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Oil Filled Radiator 2000w £29.99 @ Aldi
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Oil Filled Radiator 2000w £29.99 @ Aldi

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Posted 12th Nov 2019

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The Easy Home Oil Filled Radiator is the perfect compact heater for those cold Winter months. It features an adjustable thermostat control with 3 heat settings and overheat protection. The power cord storage allows you to easily store the radiator in the smallest of homes and the built in carry handle allows for easy transportation wherever you may need it.
Features

Adjustable thermostat
Overheat protection
Built in safety tip over switch
Easy moving wheels
Low noise
Built in storage handle
Power cable storage
3 Heat settings

Guarantee/Warranty
3 years
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18 Comments
Low noise! Lol.
RickyWong12/11/2019 15:31

Low noise! Lol.


Amazingly I bought a cheap one off eBay, and it is really really noisy. I reckon it has very little oil in it, and, as a consequence I can hear the thermostat clicking in and out almost constantly. This clicking is amplified by the empty metal casing of the radiator.

It is very
Broc_Mudflap12/11/2019 15:47

Amazingly I bought a cheap one off eBay, and it is really really noisy. I …Amazingly I bought a cheap one off eBay, and it is really really noisy. I reckon it has very little oil in it, and, as a consequence I can hear the thermostat clicking in and out almost constantly. This clicking is amplified by the empty metal casing of the radiator.It is very


And you are holding onto it because it looks nice?
KingAwKings12/11/2019 16:21

And you are holding onto it because it looks nice?


It's real pretty.
The picture looks identical to the Status branded radiator that Amazon sell for £35. I have a couple of these running continuously for the last 4 days whilst new boiler is being installed. They are not huge but do an ok job but never too hot to the touch. Cheap and cheerful but seem reliable enough for an emergency.
Broc_Mudflap12/11/2019 15:47

Amazingly I bought a cheap one off eBay, and it is really really noisy. I …Amazingly I bought a cheap one off eBay, and it is really really noisy. I reckon it has very little oil in it, and, as a consequence I can hear the thermostat clicking in and out almost constantly. This clicking is amplified by the empty metal casing of the radiator.It is very


Sounds like a duff. :).
This one looks like a solid deal as I've been looking for a suitable heater and this price is definitely good bearing in mind the additional 3 year guarantee. The only thing is this doesn't have a temp controlled thermostat to get a specific temp - this one does though plus a remote control, albeit for £10 more:

aldi.co.uk/dig…000
beastman12/11/2019 19:20

This one looks like a solid deal as I've been looking for a suitable …This one looks like a solid deal as I've been looking for a suitable heater and this price is definitely good bearing in mind the additional 3 year guarantee. The only thing is this doesn't have a temp controlled thermostat to get a specific temp - this one does though plus a remote control, albeit for £10 more:https://www.aldi.co.uk/digital-convector-heater-with-remote/p/021117305402000


Err that’s because it’s a converter heater not an oil filled radiator
Jaybeam13/11/2019 08:59

Err that’s because it’s a converter heater not an oil filled radiator


Fair point, I hadn't really noticed that oil rads and much more expensive than convectors - for my needs a convector might be better at a push as they heat up quicker as I need it for my lounge which has woeful central heating radiator so I need it for quick topping up of heat. I found this a useful guide on the differences between the tech:

adax-solaire.com/oil…i50
Has anyone picked this up yet and tried it? Would you be able to recommend?
Has anyone brought this since Sunday.
Picked one up however the fins were bent, returned to store and opened three more boxes until I found one without bent fins; good heater.
tipoff21/11/2019 08:02

Picked one up however the fins were bent, returned to store and opened …Picked one up however the fins were bent, returned to store and opened three more boxes until I found one without bent fins; good heater.


Just wondering if you could comment on how loud it is? I was going to pick one up but read the comments above and worried it’s quite loud and a bit flimsy.
Edited by: "fire_belly" 22nd Nov 2019
Took mine back on Sunday. Arrived with multiple bent fins and the plastic covering peeling off them to reveal the metal beneath.

Didn’t get particularly hot either imo.

Will probably look to spend more now to see if the quality improves.
tipoff21/11/2019 08:02

Picked one up however the fins were bent, returned to store and opened …Picked one up however the fins were bent, returned to store and opened three more boxes until I found one without bent fins; good heater.


Ditto looked at three all fins bent given up got money back. Looks to me bent in manufacture so not a good sign of the quality.
fire_belly22/11/2019 23:19

Just wondering if you could comment on how loud it is? I was going to pick …Just wondering if you could comment on how loud it is? I was going to pick one up but read the comments above and worried it’s quite loud and a bit flimsy.


I find it quiet and it gets hot quick. It does feel light and flimsy but it does the job
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