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Beldray 5-Fin Mini Oil Radiator, 600 Watt - £5 Instore @ B&M (Rotherham)
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Beldray 5-Fin Mini Oil Radiator, 600 Watt - £5 Instore @ B&M (Rotherham)

£5£12.9962%B&M Retail Deals
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Posted 4th Mar 2019Available: National

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Not the hottest of heaters but ideal for small rooms or caravans where electricity supply is limited. Reduced from £19.99 to £10.00 now £5
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The Beldray 600W 5 Fin Mini Oil Radiator which includes features such as; Portable Heating, Overheat protection as well as many others, uses cutting edge technology in order to provide an enhanced heating experience. The heater maximizes the use of conduction. Conduction is the transfer of heat between substances that are in direct contact with each other. The better the conductor, the more rapidly heat will be transferred. This heat is then transferred to the surrounding area by convection. As cool air contacts the hotter surface, it rises into the room and draws more cool air into contact with the surface. The larger the surface area, the more efficient it heats the surrounding area. Oil filled radiators use oil which is a good conductor of heat and large fins to transfer this heat via convection into the air which in turn heats the room.
  • Adjustable Themostat
  • Overheat Protection
  • Silent Operation
  • Portable Heating
  • Conducion Heating
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Also seen in Redcar, most heaters reduced again as the convection heater was also £5
Do they cost much to run?
Excellent find; thanks for posting @dean031
Great deal, I have one of these set up for my boxer dogs behind their insulated covered cage, sandwiched between some celotex, makes for a reliable heat source for 2 winters now, at a fiver i'll buy another for background heat elsewhere, thanks OP
I have one of these, cost me £1 at a boot sale. Gets hot ok but before themostat knob on outside cycles and clicks off the self resetting over heat protection switch connected on the inside cuts off the power until it gets cold. As I'm familiar with things electrical I relocated the internal switch so that it wouldn't cut in before the thermostat. All in all theres not much heat given out by these, they can click quite loudly so personally I would go for a 2kw convector heater with 2 power settings, a thermostat and a timer. If 600w is 12p an hour that means 20 p per kwh, thats a very high rate, time to switch I think.
Edited by: "trannyboy" 4th Mar 2019
seen these for £5 in my local one.. must be uk
I have one of these for a room that's about 4m x 4m. It was absolutely useless. Took well over an hour to get the room to a 'warm' temperature. It was just too small to have any decent effect. I paid way more than £5 for it though.

If you're looking to heat a small bathroom. This may just manage it.
These are useless too small to heat a room had a similar one and will only provide enough heat to raise temperature by a few degrees but still feels cold even after it was on for an hour or two. Moved to a 9fin 2kW one instead which gives out loads more heat.
Got in penrith last week.
Edited by: "cholent" 5th Mar 2019
Got 7 fin 600/900/1500w version for £10 down from £29.99 today
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