Argos Value 2kW Convector Heater, £9.99, Was £19.99 @ Argos
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Argos Value 2kW Convector Heater, £9.99, Was £19.99 @ Argos

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Found 8th Aug 2010Made hot 10th Aug 2010
Reserve + Collect
Grey finish.
2000 watts heat output.
3 heat settings.
Variable thermostat.
Frost protection.
Overheat protection with a built-in safety cut out switch.
Includes handles for easy movement.
Power on LED/light indicator.
Size (H)43, (W)58.2, (D)20.2cm.

19 Comments

Very good price, heat added.

Winters coming, have some heat.

argos.co.uk/sta…htm

Surely this is better? An extra £1, & it has a built in timer.

Can't find either in stock at any store near me, tried six stores in total.

Hot if you can find them though.

alisonhockey34

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4151780.htmSurely this … http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4151780.htmSurely this is better? An extra £1, & it has a built in timer.


It is a better deal no stock at all in 25mile radius of me (swansea south wales) of the one with a timmer. But ordered 2 of the one with no timmer £9.99 is a great price thanks taswir1!
Have some heat x2 lol

jasonh1339

It is a better deal no stock at all in 25mile radius of me (swansea south … It is a better deal no stock at all in 25mile radius of me (swansea south wales) of the one with a timmer. But ordered 2 of the one with no timmer £9.99 is a great price thanks taswir1! Have some heat x2 lol



Oh I must have been lucky then lol!

Editor

Good price

I've got one reserved but no not sure if it would be cheaper electricity consumption-wise to get oil filled instead. Any ideas?

getsemail

I've got one reserved but no not sure if it would be cheaper electricity … I've got one reserved but no not sure if it would be cheaper electricity consumption-wise to get oil filled instead. Any ideas?



Depends on what output of Oil Filled radiator you opt for.

Supposing you got a 2000w (2kw) it would be identical to this convecyor heatr in this deal consumption wise.
The main differnence, is that the convector will give you instant heat, whereas the oil-filled takes while to heat up and does not convect the heat it produces.
One advantage of the oil-filled is that is will stay warm for a while after it is switched off.

how much would it cost to run this per hour???

None with the timer in the North East:(

tommy_1

how much would it cost to run this per hour???



the cost of 2 kWHrs -- maybe 20p an hour depending on your tariff.

I was thinking of getting one of these for the place where I work... the damn place is fridge. Have some heat, I do need some too :'(.

nice one, reserved,

getsemail

I've got one reserved but no not sure if it would be cheaper electricity … I've got one reserved but no not sure if it would be cheaper electricity consumption-wise to get oil filled instead. Any ideas?



Oil filled heaters don't give off as much heat. This will heat an entire room in minutes.

Ordered - thank you - had photovoltaic solar panels fitted the other week so hoping will not cost too much to run

Lyndyhop

Ordered - thank you - had photovoltaic solar panels fitted the other week … Ordered - thank you - had photovoltaic solar panels fitted the other week so hoping will not cost too much to run



Eh?
surely you will be using this in the colder, and therefore usually darker months?
Will the solar panels / sun provide all the power that this heater requires in the winter?

as long as there is light it generates kilowatts, obviously when it gets dark it doesnt generate! So during the day it will help

linky don't work no more
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