Daewoo electricals 2kw fan heater just £2 @ poundland
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Daewoo electricals 2kw fan heater just £2 @ poundland

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Found 30th Mar 2017
Daewoo indoor fan heater 2kw £12.96 on amazon just £2 at poundland. It has got some good reviews so definetly worth a try at £2.
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I have one of these generic heater's (for the shed) as it works very well, they normally cost around £10 - £15 so for a mere £2 this is a bit of a bagain!

Nice find OP

MM

P.S can also be used as a normal fan.
Is it store specific?
saadiya

Is it store specific?


It's on the website so I would say no.
Edited by: "brewstergary" 30th Mar 2017
This post should get some heat!
Looks like Poundland are now playing the Poundstretcher bait game.
Run it for half a day and it will cost you more than £2'
Banned
£10 at my local
monitor1

Run it for half a day and it will cost you more than £2'


There are tariffs from BG with free electricity on Sat or Sun. Perfect for drying your washing during winter.
Kazan

There are tariffs from BG with free electricity on Sat or Sun. Perfect … There are tariffs from BG with free electricity on Sat or Sun. Perfect for drying your washing during winter.



​i was trying to get on that tarrif as misy days 1-4 p per hour, but when u do washing, ironing, drying, shoots up , but unfortunately i failed credit check even tho never ran on empty expect that one time when there switched from normal to smart meter and messed it up deleatinng my electric account and never making a new one causing me for first time to go to emergency credit
monitor1

Run it for half a day and it will cost you more than £2'



​They're not meant for heating the whole house up, just for quick, instant heat.
Have 2 of these I bought for £6 each on amazon a while back. They are surprisingly good warm up each room. Plus they work as a cooler as well for the summer.
Average UK electricity cost per kWh = 14.05p. For anyone that's interested.
Kazan

There are tariffs from BG with free electricity on Sat or Sun. Perfect … There are tariffs from BG with free electricity on Sat or Sun. Perfect for drying your washing during winter.



​and what's the tarriff a bit of a con I bet the rates are higher than other provider's
Banned
Anyone found in northern ireland?
Edited by: "Ger73" 30th Mar 2017
DontBlameBen

If you were to run this 3 hours a day, everyday, it would cost you £350 a … If you were to run this 3 hours a day, everyday, it would cost you £350 a year. Buy a low energy one.


1. Better not to run it for 3 hours every day (especially in summer).
2. Instead of buying low energy one, just turn the thermostat down on this one. I'll leave more patient people to bang their heads against a wall explaining why that's the same thing.
Several poundland visited and no one knows the offer.
monitor1

Run it for half a day and it will cost you more than £2'



​but still cheaper than £300 DYSON which will cost exactly the same to run.
DontBlameBen

If you were to run this 3 hours a day, everyday, it would cost you £350 a … If you were to run this 3 hours a day, everyday, it would cost you £350 a year. Buy a low energy one.



​no such thing exists if using electricity to heat
These days the difference between Poundland and other shops is that everything costs at least a pound.
They're welcome to use that as a slogan.
ruc

​no such thing exists if using electricity to heat


Two tubular heaters 240w each will do the same job
Edited by: "DontBB" 30th Mar 2017
Kreskin

These days the difference between Poundland and other shops is that … These days the difference between Poundland and other shops is that everything costs at least a pound.They're welcome to use that as a slogan.



It's catchy
it will probably last just over a year before it fails. (so buy 2)
The one I got, the actual selector snapped off. (wasn't marked Daewoo, but these are probably made in the same factory)

But for £2 thats ok.
DontBlameBen

If you were to run this 3 hours a day, everyday, it would cost you £350 a … If you were to run this 3 hours a day, everyday, it would cost you £350 a year. Buy a low energy one.



Logic fail
ruc

​no such thing exists if using electricity to heat



first law of thermodynamics
pinkmarshmallow71

It's catchy



​Thanks. When producing a slogan for major high street chains it's important to keep it snappy and concise. Unnecessary verbosity is to be avoided. Nobody has time to read lengthy explanations of a retailer's USP (unique selling point). If you can't get your point across in as few words as possible then you probably need to find yourself a career outside of advertising.
What I'm trying to say is that brevity is the key aspect. Keep it short. Don't go on and on.
Less is more...
ocelot20

Have 2 of these I bought for £6 each on amazon a while back. They are … Have 2 of these I bought for £6 each on amazon a while back. They are surprisingly good warm up each room. Plus they work as a cooler as well for the summer.



How would they work as a cooler?
omgpleasespamme

How would they work as a cooler?



​Wire them backwards*.




*Please don't wire them backwards.
omgpleasespamme

How would they work as a cooler?



I meant to say work as a normal fan.
great deal heat added
omgpleasespamme

How would they work as a cooler?


I have one of these style fan heaters not this brand they have three heat settings cool (no heat), warm heat, hot hot heat, for the sake of £2 it's worth buying several to heat/cool which ever places you need them in

Looks like Winter was too warm for these to be dumped on Poundland.


bringbring

first law of thermodynamics


Exactly, the only way around this is making your own electricity.
Edited by: "McGoose" 31st Mar 2017
Complete bargain.
GazmoX

Looks like Poundland are now playing the Poundstretcher bait game.


What he said..
this item is not available anywhere it was a black friday deal last november , no wonder no store has a no clue about it
MynameisM

​and what's the tarriff a bit of a con I bet the rates are higher than o … ​and what's the tarriff a bit of a con I bet the rates are higher than other provider's


All Other Times unit rate 12.56p per kWh
Saturday, 9am-5pm unit rate 0p per kWh
Standing charge 26.01 p per day*
Kreskin

These days the difference between Poundland and other shops is that … These days the difference between Poundland and other shops is that everything costs at least a pound.They're welcome to use that as a slogan.


Except for sale items which are 50p.
​the unit rate isn't too bad although standing charge is abit too much probably works out cheaper if u manage fit more than 14kwh in 8 hours seems a bit too much hassle though.
none in store in Tunstall Stoke-on-Trent anyone managed find any stock anywhere.
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