Daewoo 2000W Flat Fan Heater only £8.79 using code @ Robert Dyas (Free C&C)
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Daewoo 2000W Flat Fan Heater only £8.79 using code @ Robert Dyas (Free C&C)

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Edited by:"idontflycathay"Found 31st Oct
Just spotted this offer on a good heater. Use code DAILY12 to reduce price to £8.79. Free Delivery to Robert Dyas and Ryman Stores


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Stay warm and cosy all year round with this Daewoo fan heater. With optional positioning which allows you to stand this heater upright or safely lay it flat, this versatile appliance will fit seamlessly into any room. The 2000 watt fan features two heat settings so you can choose which is right for you and can be set as a cooling fan as well. With intuitive thermostatic controls, a sensible safety cut-out and a useful carry handle, this fan heater has been designed for effortless use – providing you with warmth and comfort all year round.

Features and BenefitsVersatile– Stand this heater upright or lay it flat depending on the space you have.

Powerful– With a high wattage which will give you powerful heat.

3 settings– With two heat settings and a cool fan setting to choose from.

Specifications
  • Dimensions: H24.5 x W24 x D12cm
  • Flat or upright positioning
  • Carry handle
  • Safety cut-out
  • Indicator light
  • Fan only setting
  • 2 heat settings: 1000W / 2000W
  • Thermostatic control
  • Colour: White

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Top comments

ocelot201 h, 33 m ago

Had one of these for 2 years now. Still going strong well worth £9.


(+£900 in electric)
30p an hour to run....
Edited by: "robo989" 31st Oct

BargainBros8 h, 39 m ago

False economy, £8.74 but 2000w so cost you £8.74 to run a minutete. Get a D …False economy, £8.74 but 2000w so cost you £8.74 to run a minutete. Get a Dsyon AM09, ok, bit dearer but make your money back in the long run due to its efficiency and ALSO a fan for summer months! Result! Sorry this is cold due to false economy!


What a load of bull.
You put 50p into an electric heater you get 50p of heat out, the only real losses are moving parts like the fan which is minimal. This is not like a gas boiler that has a flue and losses outside, electric heaters are pretty much 100% efficient.
The only thing to decide is if you want local heat from a passive heater or distributed heat from a fan heater.

If you really think a Dyson DISTRIBUTES the heat better then fine but both heaters are equally energy efficient, Dyson like to confuse consumers by saying it has a more efficient heat distribution but that does not make the heater any more energy efficient as all electric heaters are close to 100% efficient.

Of course electric is a very costly fuel but the heater itself is very efficient.

energy.gov/ene…ing

EDIT: the heater above shows a thermostot so it will shut off once it's heated the room and will not continue using electricity.
Edited by: "kudos1uk" 1st Nov
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Had one of these for 2 years now. Still going strong well worth £9.

Got one of these from pound land a few months ago for £2

ocelot201 h, 33 m ago

Had one of these for 2 years now. Still going strong well worth £9.


(+£900 in electric)
30p an hour to run....
Edited by: "robo989" 31st Oct

So that's what happened to all those old Mark 2 Astra models Daewoo had in their showrooms about 15 years ago

Chasloyal17 m ago

So that's what happened to all those old Mark 2 Astra models Daewoo had in …So that's what happened to all those old Mark 2 Astra models Daewoo had in their showrooms about 15 years ago

What else u think Daewoo gunna do with them?

Is there any warranty with this ?

False economy, £8.74 but 2000w so cost you £8.74 to run a minutete. Get a Dsyon AM09, ok, bit dearer but make your money back in the long run due to its efficiency and ALSO a fan for summer months! Result! Sorry this is cold due to false economy!

Good price but horrid feeling been warmed by one imo of course, I like to put on a jumper and if need be a blanket

mango88819 m ago

What else u think Daewoo gunna do with them?


Turn them in to environmentally friendly robots to help old ladies cross the road of course

BargainBros41 m ago

False economy, £8.74 but 2000w so cost you £8.74 to run a minutete. Get a D …False economy, £8.74 but 2000w so cost you £8.74 to run a minutete. Get a Dsyon AM09, ok, bit dearer but make your money back in the long run due to its efficiency and ALSO a fan for summer months! Result! Sorry this is cold due to false economy!



Electricity is ~12p kWh, so this costs about 25p/hr if running on MAX heat 100% of the time.
Likely usage to be much much lower than that.

Moreover the Dyson heater is not that much more efficient, as heaters are pretty efficient anyway. Hoovers, fridges and washing machines vary greatly in efficiency, heaters less so.
Biggest variation in heaters with whether they store heat in anyway, or radiate/convect the heat straight away.

Dyson, maybe quieter, look better etc, but don't bring the economy of the unit into the debate.

icstm15 m ago

Electricity is ~12p kWh, so this costs about 25p/hr if running on MAX heat …Electricity is ~12p kWh, so this costs about 25p/hr if running on MAX heat 100% of the time.Likely usage to be much much lower than that.Moreover the Dyson heater is not that much more efficient, as heaters are pretty efficient anyway. Hoovers, fridges and washing machines vary greatly in efficiency, heaters less so.Biggest variation in heaters with whether they store heat in anyway, or radiate/convect the heat straight away.Dyson, maybe quieter, look better etc, but don't bring the economy of the unit into the debate.



Electricity is 15p per hour on cheapest tariff when you include the 5% vat and standing charge.
30p an hour, realistically.

I'd be curious how this works out as the Dyson heater has a thermostat and allegedly highly efficient heat distribution...if it compares favourably to an electric oil radiator for example.

BargainBros1 h, 36 m ago

...Get a Dsyon AM09, ok, bit dearer but make your money back in the long …...Get a Dsyon AM09, ok, bit dearer but make your money back in the long run due to its efficiency and ALSO a fan for summer months!...


Strange comparison. The power in / heat out ratio (efficiency) will be nearasdammit identical for OP and Dyson. OP is likely more directional with its heat distribution which may be of benefit depending on application, but that does not affect power in / heat out efficiency. OP item also has a fan-only mode.

AndyRoyd3 h, 0 m ago

Strange comparison. The power in / heat out ratio (efficiency) will be …Strange comparison. The power in / heat out ratio (efficiency) will be nearasdammit identical for OP and Dyson. OP is likely more directional with its heat distribution which may be of benefit depending on application, but that does not affect power in / heat out efficiency. OP item also has a fan-only mode.


But its just not a Dyson!!!! Amd its safer for kids.

2000w wow you'd be better with an oil filled radiator at those energy prices

My present electric bill is £20 a month having that on for 2 hours a day would double it

BargainBros7 h, 24 m ago

False economy, £8.74 but 2000w so cost you £8.74 to run a minutete. Get a D …False economy, £8.74 but 2000w so cost you £8.74 to run a minutete. Get a Dsyon AM09, ok, bit dearer but make your money back in the long run due to its efficiency and ALSO a fan for summer months! Result! Sorry this is cold due to false economy!

Except that your figures are wrong, 2000w is 2kw which going by an average standard tariff will be between 15.5 and 18.5 pence per kWh so between 31 and 37p per hour (less if not on full power) the Dyson is also a 2kw unit so same costs for heating, minimal savings based on speed of heating only but more initial outlay, this is false economy

BargainBros8 h, 39 m ago

False economy, £8.74 but 2000w so cost you £8.74 to run a minutete. Get a D …False economy, £8.74 but 2000w so cost you £8.74 to run a minutete. Get a Dsyon AM09, ok, bit dearer but make your money back in the long run due to its efficiency and ALSO a fan for summer months! Result! Sorry this is cold due to false economy!


What a load of bull.
You put 50p into an electric heater you get 50p of heat out, the only real losses are moving parts like the fan which is minimal. This is not like a gas boiler that has a flue and losses outside, electric heaters are pretty much 100% efficient.
The only thing to decide is if you want local heat from a passive heater or distributed heat from a fan heater.

If you really think a Dyson DISTRIBUTES the heat better then fine but both heaters are equally energy efficient, Dyson like to confuse consumers by saying it has a more efficient heat distribution but that does not make the heater any more energy efficient as all electric heaters are close to 100% efficient.

Of course electric is a very costly fuel but the heater itself is very efficient.

energy.gov/ene…ing

EDIT: the heater above shows a thermostot so it will shut off once it's heated the room and will not continue using electricity.
Edited by: "kudos1uk" 1st Nov

BargainBros8 h, 51 m ago

False economy, £8.74 but 2000w so cost you £8.74 to run a minutete. Get a D …False economy, £8.74 but 2000w so cost you £8.74 to run a minutete. Get a Dsyon AM09, ok, bit dearer but make your money back in the long run due to its efficiency and ALSO a fan for summer months! Result! Sorry this is cold due to false economy!

electric heaters are all near 100% efficient, don't fool for this

dodgymix2 h, 12 m ago

2000w wow you'd be better with an oil filled radiator at those energy …2000w wow you'd be better with an oil filled radiator at those energy prices My present electric bill is £20 a month having that on for 2 hours a day would double it

An oil filled radiator that uses the same amount of energy?....

I don't like personally these electric fan heaters.... 2 main reasons 1) I smell burning smell when it turns on.... 2) electricity consumption is higher than normal...

robo98910 h, 1 m ago

(+£900 in electric)30p an hour to run....



£450 a year so divided by 30p = 1500 hours per year. no one would run one of these for 10 hours a day for 5m (150 days) of the year would they
Edited by: "dodgymix" 1st Nov

These are rubbish, a convection heater works much better.

kudos1uk1 h, 1 m ago

What a load of bull.You put 50p into an electric heater you get 50p of …What a load of bull.You put 50p into an electric heater you get 50p of heat out, the only real losses are moving parts like the fan which is minimal. This is not like a gas boiler that has a flue and losses outside, electric heaters are pretty much 100% efficient.The only thing to decide is if you want local heat from a passive heater or distributed heat from a fan heater.If you really think a Dyson DISTRIBUTES the heat better then fine but both heaters are equally energy efficient, Dyson like to confuse consumers by saying it has a more efficient heat distribution but that does not make the heater any more energy efficient as all electric heaters are close to 100% efficient.Of course electric is a very costly fuel but the heater itself is very efficient.https://energy.gov/energysaver/electric-resistance-heatingEDIT: the heater above shows a thermostot so it will shut off once it's heated the room and will not continue using electricity.



Actually you're talking bull...

Electric and gas are priced to take this into account.
Gas costs about a fifth of electric compared to it's potential energy output in a practical environment.
If gas was 100% efficient when used for heating, then people would be spending about £100 a year on heating all in.
It isn't.
Hence your argument falls in the mud - SPLAT....Unless you are an eco person...

dodgymix14 m ago

£450 a year so divided by 30p = 1500 hours per year. no one would run one …£450 a year so divided by 30p = 1500 hours per year. no one would run one of these for 10 hours a day for 5m (150 days) of the year would they



I came out with a number off the top of my head.
You have just solidified it as pretty accurate and needed to bend the rules to try and prove me wrong, which you couldn't do.

robo9898 m ago

I came out with a number off the top of my head.You have just solidified …I came out with a number off the top of my head.You have just solidified it as pretty accurate and needed to bend the rules to try and prove me wrong, which you couldn't do.



not trying to prove you wrong.. just like to understand calculations.
totally agree it would cost a fortune to run
Anyone with common sense wouldn't although I know a few people who would run it for 10 hours a day
Edited by: "dodgymix" 1st Nov

UltimatePhoenix10 h, 8 m ago

Good price but horrid feeling been warmed by one imo of course, I like to …Good price but horrid feeling been warmed by one imo of course, I like to put on a jumper and if need be a blanket


Good for someone who doesn’t have very young children in the house. I tried to do that one winter and my children got colds, coughs etc. Never again, I’d rather have the heating on and if need be turn this on for rapid warmth. In the long run it is A LOT cheaper with an extra sweater and blanket but I would rather have my family safe and healthy.

aishakhan89415 m ago

Good for someone who doesn’t have very young children in the house. I t …Good for someone who doesn’t have very young children in the house. I tried to do that one winter and my children got colds, coughs etc.


I hope you did a proper trial with half the kids in heated rooms, and half relying on sweaters and blankets? Otherwise it's somewhat meaningless, might just have been more viruses around that winter.

BargainBros10 h, 39 m ago

False economy, £8.74 but 2000w so cost you £8.74 to run a minutete. Get a D …False economy, £8.74 but 2000w so cost you £8.74 to run a minutete. Get a Dsyon AM09, ok, bit dearer but make your money back in the long run due to its efficiency and ALSO a fan for summer months! Result! Sorry this is cold due to false economy!


I got a headache reading this

robo9892 h, 36 m ago

Actually you're talking bull...Electric and gas are priced to take this …Actually you're talking bull...Electric and gas are priced to take this into account.Gas costs about a fifth of electric compared to it's potential energy output in a practical environment.If gas was 100% efficient when used for heating, then people would be spending about £100 a year on heating all in.It isn't.Hence your argument falls in the mud - SPLAT....Unless you are an eco person...

Haha Try reading again with your glasses on, nobody said gas was 100% efficient, dear lord at least read the comment before talking nonsense.

robo9895 h, 18 m ago

Actually you're talking bull...Electric and gas are priced to take this …Actually you're talking bull...Electric and gas are priced to take this into account.Gas costs about a fifth of electric compared to it's potential energy output in a practical environment.If gas was 100% efficient when used for heating, then people would be spending about £100 a year on heating all in.It isn't.Hence your argument falls in the mud - SPLAT....Unless you are an eco person...


You really ought to understand thermodynamics and energy effiency. Maybe this will enlighten you physics.stackexchange.com/que…ter


An electric heater IS 100% energy efficent, but as explained, it's not a very useful way of looking at it.


An electric heater by Dyson or Daewoo or whomever @ 2000W, will consume EXACTLY the same amount electricity, regardless of their claim that it's more "efficient". It's science.
Edited by: "garreh" 1st Nov

So has Daewoo now given up on making cars and TVs?

garreh57 m ago

You really ought to understand thermodynamics and energy effiency. Maybe …You really ought to understand thermodynamics and energy effiency. Maybe this will enlighten you https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/1493/how-efficient-is-an-electric-heaterAn electric heater IS 100% energy efficent, but as explained, it's not a very useful way of looking at it.An electric heater by Dyson or Daewoo or whomever @ 2000W, will consume EXACTLY the same amount electricity, regardless of their claim that it's more "efficient". It's science.


You might to understand comprehension of English language and put the thermodynamics away.

Didn't make any comment on relevancy of efficiency.
It comes down to electric costing a lot of money.

robo9891 h, 15 m ago

You might to understand comprehension of English language and put the …You might to understand comprehension of English language and put the thermodynamics away.Didn't make any comment on relevancy of efficiency.It comes down to electric costing a lot of money.


Ok I'll "might to understand" my comprehension of [the] English language.

I was not correcting you on "electric costing a lot of money" - I was correcting you (and someone else) who thinks that comparing brand of an electric heater and suggesting there is a difference in cost as you put, "I'd be curious how this works out as the Dyson heater has a thermostat and allegedly highly efficient heat distribution" - it's completely irrelevant to how much it will cost in electricity.

A 2000w heater is a 2000w heater and uses the same electricity, i.e. it converts 100% of it's energy to heat and you could therefore say it's 100% efficient, that doesn't mean it's the cheapest way to heat a house.

kudos1uk12 h, 8 m ago

What a load of bull.You put 50p into an electric heater you get 50p of …What a load of bull.You put 50p into an electric heater you get 50p of heat out, the only real losses are moving parts like the fan which is minimal. This is not like a gas boiler that has a flue and losses outside, electric heaters are pretty much 100% efficient.The only thing to decide is if you want local heat from a passive heater or distributed heat from a fan heater.If you really think a Dyson DISTRIBUTES the heat better then fine but both heaters are equally energy efficient, Dyson like to confuse consumers by saying it has a more efficient heat distribution but that does not make the heater any more energy efficient as all electric heaters are close to 100% efficient.Of course electric is a very costly fuel but the heater itself is very efficient.https://energy.gov/energysaver/electric-resistance-heatingEDIT: the heater above shows a thermostot so it will shut off once it's heated the room and will not continue using electricity.


Mate, you're wasting your time. That fact that you are perfectly correct means nothing to people who know nothing.
Just mock them, I do, it's cathartic

When I worked as security guard I always carried one in the boot, you never know when you need some extra heat.

robo98931st Oct

(+£900 in electric)30p an hour to run....

20 - 22p for everybody that pays attention to energy deals instead of commenting on heaters.

DrLamok44 m ago

20 - 22p for everybody that pays attention to energy deals instead of …20 - 22p for everybody that pays attention to energy deals instead of commenting on heaters.


Oh really?
Can you tell me who has been offering lower prices than economy energy direct saver 2017 fixed that is so cheap it was withdrawn after a few weeks and now Iresa?

Both of which have a unit comparison rate of over 15p per unit

Would love to see this imaginary energy provider that offers electric for 10-11p a unit including VAT and standing charge.

If I just wanted to heat one room, how would something like this compare with turning the central heating on(with all radiators in other rooms turned off) in terms of energy cost?

robo9895 h, 25 m ago

Oh really?Can you tell me who has been offering lower prices than economy …Oh really?Can you tell me who has been offering lower prices than economy energy direct saver 2017 fixed that is so cheap it was withdrawn after a few weeks and now Iresa?Both of which have a unit comparison rate of over 15p per unitWould love to see this imaginary energy provider that offers electric for 10-11p a unit including VAT and standing charge.


Your original claim of 30p is totally inaccurate and that's why your being corrected. You said: "Electricity is 15p per hour on cheapest tariff when you include the 5% vat and standing charge. 30p an hour, realistically."

You pay standing charge whether your using electricity or not, so it's irrelevant and meaningless to say this costs 30p "an hour to run". It cost's 10-20p PER UNIT, plus VAT, if your on a decent tariff.
Edited by: "garreh" 2nd Nov

keanoo3 h, 23 m ago

If I just wanted to heat one room, how would something like this compare …If I just wanted to heat one room, how would something like this compare with turning the central heating on(with all radiators in other rooms turned off) in terms of energy cost?


Assuming you have even a half decent boiler, it will be much cheaper to use central heating than electricity, even for heating just one room. Just make sure you keep thermostat as low as comfortably possible. Some people suggest turning radiators down low (not off, as to avoid damp/mould problems) and closing doors to rooms you don't use.
Edited by: "garreh" 2nd Nov

garreh3 h, 47 m ago

Your original claim of 30p is totally inaccurate and that's why your being …Your original claim of 30p is totally inaccurate and that's why your being corrected. You said: "Electricity is 15p per hour on cheapest tariff when you include the 5% vat and standing charge. 30p an hour, realistically."You pay standing charge whether your using electricity or not, so it's irrelevant and meaningless to say this costs 30p "an hour to run". It cost's 10-20p PER UNIT, plus VAT, if your on a decent tariff.


Yes a unit = 1kWh
2kW heater = 30p assuming 15p a unit as it would be with big 6 company.
Or if feeling pedantic let's call it 25.64p which is the cheapest available for 2 units excluding standing charge but including VAT.
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