Becks Halogen Portable Oscillating Heater 3 Bar 1200W £8.99 + FREE P&P @ Amazon (Goods Wholesale Ltd)
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Becks Halogen Portable Oscillating Heater 3 Bar 1200W £8.99 + FREE P&P @ Amazon (Goods Wholesale Ltd)

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Found 27th Feb 2016
Price Now £8.99 + FREE UK Delivery.
Price Was £29.99, you save: £21.00

Dispatched from and sold by Goods Wholesale Ltd (Amazon)

Features:
3 Heat Settings, 400w/800w/1200w.
Oscillating Feature.
Safety tip over switch.
Sturdy stable base.
Uses halogen heat (less electricity consumed.)
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Same thing available in B&M, admittedly 20 pence more expensive, but might be more convenient if you want to collect personally.
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Magister

Same thing available in B&M, admittedly 20 pence more expensive, but … Same thing available in B&M, admittedly 20 pence more expensive, but might be more convenient if you want to collect personally.



Why spend time and money travelling to a B&M store when you can have the item delivered to your front door for FREE.
The elements on these cheap halogen heaters do not last very long.
I had three - all have ended up in the tip due to blown elements.
Edited by: "ctdctd" 27th Feb 2016
ctdctd

The elements on these cheap halogen heaters do not last very long.I had … The elements on these cheap halogen heaters do not last very long.I had three - all have ended up in the tip due to blown elements.



Lost one of mine early on but the other 2 have lasted 2 years so far
Da11as

Why spend time and money travelling to a B&M store when you can have the … Why spend time and money travelling to a B&M store when you can have the item delivered to your front door for FREE.



Firstly, because you have to make arrangements to receive delivery which could be inconvenient to many, as you're not likely to know when it is going to arrive. Secondly, it's simpler and cheaper to return a faulty item locally to a branded business than spend time, money, and energy arguing the toss with some no name Amazon seller. Is it that you're too idle or too tight? Sounds like one or the other
Banned
don't buy them anywhere else except Wilkinson because they last you more longer.
I used to buy them from poundstretchers and if I touched the heater while it was on the light fuses.
never happened to the wilko one
When I was a student something like this melted my duvet with it almost catching fire. So can't say am keen on them. Just want to say if you are going to buy and use then just be careful easy to knock over get covered. Having slept in a room with one that isn't something I would ever do again.
Banned
they have never been £30 - NEVER! they aren't really even worth that £10 either due to how unsafe they are, pay a bit more and get an oil filled radiator.
sofiasar

don't buy them anywhere else except Wilkinson because they last you more … don't buy them anywhere else except Wilkinson because they last you more longer. I used to buy them from poundstretchers and if I touched the heater while it was on the light fuses. never happened to the wilko one



Best not to use them whilst having a bath then.
Dunno about Becks heaters but I highly rate their beer
whands64

Dunno about Becks heaters but I highly rate their beer



The free kicks aren't bad either
Not worth it in my opinion as I had one which lasted for about a year, the switch button just randomly stopped working so binned it after replacing the fuse etc
buy a convector or oil filled much better
alexus

When I was a student something like this melted my duvet with it almost … When I was a student something like this melted my duvet with it almost catching fire. So can't say am keen on them. Just want to say if you are going to buy and use then just be careful easy to knock over get covered. Having slept in a room with one that isn't something I would ever do again.



No offence but thats not much of a product review or deal analysis. More a showcase on your stupidity.

Really, things melt when placed in close proximity to a heat source... Who'd have thought it?
Damn you heater for actually doing what you were manufactured to do.

Its on the same spectrum as saying you don't like food because it gets in your mouth.
jmpittaway

buy a convector or oil filled much better


are they though?
Thy have the 1600w version (4lamps) in asda for £15 at the moment, reduced from £20 I think.
deany76

are they though?



​Yes they are. An oil filled radiator will heat a room. These things just seem to heat whatever is right in front of them.
Magister

Firstly, because you have to make arrangements to receive delivery which … Firstly, because you have to make arrangements to receive delivery which could be inconvenient to many, as you're not likely to know when it is going to arrive. Secondly, it's simpler and cheaper to return a faulty item locally to a branded business than spend time, money, and energy arguing the toss with some no name Amazon seller. Is it that you're too idle or too tight? Sounds like one or the other



Seems like you are the too tight one, given your stupid comment...If receiving delivery was so much of a pain then majority of the people would quit shopping online. Majority of us who do online shopping is mainly because we don't have the time to go out and shop and it's more convenient to get the item delivered at your door step. Besides about your item return comment. The seller follows 'Amazons Return Policy' which is 90% of the time very simple and I don't understand your remark about there being argument. Just because you don't like or agree don't go around being a judgemental tard.
Very bright but not much heat. A waste of money and they die really quick
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