2000W Daewoo Convector Heater £12.99 @ Home Bargains
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2000W Daewoo Convector Heater £12.99 @ Home Bargains

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LocalFound 7th Jan
From what I've seen, the Beldray and generic versions of this heater start at £19.99 at similar stores like B&M, Poundstretcher etc.

Couldn't find this on their website and my local store only had the last one. Checked with staff and they told me it should be nationwide.
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Welcome to HUKD, Thanks for sharing good price for this i've seen it for £25 at Wilko
Edited by: "niceroundpound" 7th Jan
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niceroundpound2 m ago

Welcome to HUKD, Thanks for sharing good price for this i've seen it for …Welcome to HUKD, Thanks for sharing good price for this i've seen it for £25 at Wilko


WILKO! That's where I saw it for £25 yesterday. I didnt want to say anything without being sure. Thanks!
RobJones-48174.6144643 m ago

Not the same make, but cheaper here. …Not the same make, but cheaper here. http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/pel00022/convector-heater/dp/HG00916



£13.80!
Have some heat!
RobJones-48174.614461 h, 27 m ago

Not the same make, but cheaper here. …Not the same make, but cheaper here. http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/pel00022/convector-heater/dp/HG00916


How is £13.80 cheaper ?
Have some heat. I’ve had this heater since last year and it’s a great little heater. Quiet. Different heat settings and packs a punch with heat.
deleted579597th Jan

can anyone give some advice?My house has a conservatory that was built …can anyone give some advice?My house has a conservatory that was built after the house was, so it has no heating and get very cold in there which is fine really except we use it as a dinning room too and I want something I can turn on for half an hour before we eat to heat the room up.. woudl this do the job or is a oil radiator better?



Depends how big it is and how well insulated your consevatory is. Mine has bad seals on the windows so its freezing but i use 2 small oil filled radiators on each side of the conservatory and that gets its pretty toasty. If you got an appropriately sized one for the size of the room then 1 would be fine.

I dislike convector heaters in general mainly because they break too easily.
deleted579597th Jan

can anyone give some advice?My house has a conservatory that was built …can anyone give some advice?My house has a conservatory that was built after the house was, so it has no heating and get very cold in there which is fine really except we use it as a dinning room too and I want something I can turn on for half an hour before we eat to heat the room up.. woudl this do the job or is a oil radiator better?


We use a convector heater in the garage which has no heating / insulation. Had one for 4 years and replaced it with this one last week. OH turns it on about 20-30 mins before going out there and it does the job nicely!
deleted579598th Jan

what are they like on electric costs?


I have absolutely no idea but our electric bills haven't changed! I think the convector ones are supposed to be much cheaper than the fan ones.
deleted579598th Jan

Thanks for the reply. Might just pick up a fan assisted Radiator then


I had the EXACT same problem before an angel (by 'angel' I mean 'friend') came down from heaven (..actually it was' Devon') with a revelation!

BELIEVE me when I say YOU NEED THIS IN YOUR LIFE:

cpc.farnell.com/ene…BwE

'you're welcome'
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