Daewoo Mini 800w oil filled radiator £14.99 or larger 1500w £24.99 at home bargains
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Daewoo Mini 800w oil filled radiator £14.99 or larger 1500w £24.99 at home bargains

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Found 28th Oct
Decent price
Various settings / thermostat

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Need to get my hands on this. I've been freezing my nose off the past couple of days. Good deal, thanks!

Good find OP

This deal should be hot!

Ive got an 800w one of these oil filled radiators.
It really isnt worth the money.
Get the 1500w one instead

800w would be good for a caravan.

Does anyone know the dimensions of the 800w mini heater? Looking for a compact one for my camper van. Thanks

Is there a timer option on these so you can set them to come on?

I grabbed one thanks, got the 1500watt model in the end.

terriq15 m ago

Is there a timer option on these so you can set them to come on?



No there is no timer function

Cheers neddyuk

jonno_groats29th Oct

Does anyone know the dimensions of the 800w mini heater? Looking for a …Does anyone know the dimensions of the 800w mini heater? Looking for a compact one for my camper van. Thanks


Approx 400 high, 300 long and 140 mm thick including feet and handle. Compact and light. Too small for heating a normal house room on its own. I bought it to fit under my office desk next to my feet. Winter now holds no fears for me. I bought something like the 1.5 kW version several years ago from Costco. It is much heavier and more suitable for home use.

Going to get one and buy a cheap timer plug job done great deal!

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rdpeat4 h, 3 m ago

Approx 400 high, 300 long and 140 mm thick including feet and handle. …Approx 400 high, 300 long and 140 mm thick including feet and handle. Compact and light. Too small for heating a normal house room on its own. I bought it to fit under my office desk next to my feet. Winter now holds no fears for me. I bought something like the 1.5 kW version several years ago from Costco. It is much heavier and more suitable for home use.



Yep that's all I want it for, under desk when I work from home a few times a month over winter, cheaper than having central heating on all day when I'm sat in same room
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