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Daewoo Oil Filled 1500W Portable Radiator with Thermostat and Temperature Control £17.50 (Prime) £21.99 @ Amazon
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Daewoo Oil Filled 1500W Portable Radiator with Thermostat and Temperature Control £17.50 (Prime) £21.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 28th Mar

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Model: HEA1130

This powerful and portable oil filled radiator is the perfect solution to warm up a home, garage, workshop or office.
Key features include:
Thanks to being highly portable and easy to operate
Adjustable thermostatic temperature control that allows for maximum comfort
Slim and portable free standing design
1500W power output so you can quickly and easily warm up your home or small office within 30 minutes
Easy transportation from room to room thanks to the 4 roller wheels

Features

- HOME, GARAGE OR OFFICE USE - The Daewoo radiator is the ideal solution for warming up your home, garage or small office - Thanks to the heat you can be sure to stay warm during the winter months
- THERMOSTAT CONTROL - This heater features a handy thermostat and temperature control so you set which temperature suits you and others around you best
- SLIM AND PORTABLE DESIGN - Thanks to the vertical and free standing design it is perfect for storing in the corner of a room or office and let it heat the room up
- 1500W POWER OUTPUT - This radiator has a 1500w output, which means it can quickly and easily warm up a large room within 30 minutes of being turned on for maximum comfort
- ROLLER WHEELS - The roller wheels at the bottom of the radiator allow for easy transportation between room to room or to move around the office so you can warm the room up easily and saves you trying to carry the radiator
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I like the fact it powers itself looking at how its plug plugs into itself, I wish more electronics could power themselves like this.

heat from me


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Edited by: "spannerzone" 28th Mar
kyeung28/03/2020 16:56

Does it use alot of electric please?I assume it uses most power during …Does it use alot of electric please?I assume it uses most power during start up to beta up the oil and then reduces power to maintain temperature?


1500w based on electricity being 14p per unit will be 21p per hour to run on max
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Any good. Someone used recently?
fame28/03/2020 16:23

Any good. Someone used recently?


We have one but fuse keeps tripping
lynne19228/03/2020 16:24

We have one but fuse keeps tripping


Not good then hey. Anyone else experience something like this??
Nice!8)
fame28/03/2020 16:27

Not good then hey. Anyone else experience something like this??


I've had one for years but only use it now and again. So far so good though.
fame28/03/2020 16:23

Any good. Someone used recently?


I bought one a few months ago and had no problems. Heats a small room well.
matej_jones28/03/2020 16:46

I bought one a few months ago and had no problems. Heats a small room well.


Does it use alot of electric please?
I assume it uses most power during start up to beta up the oil and then reduces power to maintain temperature?
kyeung28/03/2020 16:56

Does it use alot of electric please?I assume it uses most power during …Does it use alot of electric please?I assume it uses most power during start up to beta up the oil and then reduces power to maintain temperature?


Depends how often you use it. We use it frequently and over winter Nov to jan cost me £111.
kyeung28/03/2020 16:56

Does it use alot of electric please?I assume it uses most power during …Does it use alot of electric please?I assume it uses most power during start up to beta up the oil and then reduces power to maintain temperature?


1500w based on electricity being 14p per unit will be 21p per hour to run on max
kyeung28/03/2020 16:56

Does it use alot of electric please?I assume it uses most power during …Does it use alot of electric please?I assume it uses most power during start up to beta up the oil and then reduces power to maintain temperature?


It's 1.5kwh. The amount it uses depends on how long you leave it on but once the oil heats up the thermostat ticks off depending on what temperate you set it to.
Best brand
lynne19228/03/2020 16:24

We have one but fuse keeps tripping


There must be something wrong with your switchboard and it's a serious concern if it keeps tripping so you need to get someone to get it seen to
I like the fact it powers itself looking at how its plug plugs into itself, I wish more electronics could power themselves like this.

heat from me


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Edited by: "spannerzone" 28th Mar
19DembaBa1928/03/2020 17:30

There must be something wrong with your switchboard and it's a serious …There must be something wrong with your switchboard and it's a serious concern if it keeps tripping so you need to get someone to get it seen to


Thanks it's a new switch board. IT'S been looked at and its rhe heater causing the issues sadly replaced the fuse a couple of times but trips every so often
lynne19228/03/2020 17:53

Thanks it's a new switch board. IT'S been looked at and its rhe heater …Thanks it's a new switch board. IT'S been looked at and its rhe heater causing the issues sadly replaced the fuse a couple of times but trips every so often


Buy a new heater. Fuses don't blow for no reason.
TheUrbis28/03/2020 18:32

Buy a new heater. Fuses don't blow for no reason.


Got it from Amazon just not had a chance to send it back
kyeung28/03/2020 16:56

Does it use alot of electric please?


Exactly the same as every 1.5kW heater ever made.
This doesn’t have s timer does it?
Shall I buy this or invest in a Delonghi...

How many years guarantee?
£30 now
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MrChaunceyGardiner28/03/2020 18:53

Exactly the same as every 1.5kW heater ever made.


I know it says 1.5kW on label but I wanted to ask experienced users if the power usage will drop its power consumption as I don't expect it to constantly draw the same power once its warmed up. Also estimated daily cost in real life usage. The above post response has given me a rough idea of cost.
kyeung29/03/2020 07:18

I know it says 1.5kW on label but I wanted to ask experienced users if the …I know it says 1.5kW on label but I wanted to ask experienced users if the power usage will drop its power consumption as I don't expect it to constantly draw the same power once its warmed up. Also estimated daily cost in real life usage. The above post response has given me a rough idea of cost.


It will switch on and off, governed by the thermostat, like any heater. Many people seem to think that oil-filled heaters are more efficient than other types, but that is not the case.
MrChaunceyGardiner29/03/2020 10:36

It will switch on and off, governed by the thermostat, like any heater. …It will switch on and off, governed by the thermostat, like any heater. Many people seem to think that oil-filled heaters are more efficient than other types, but that is not the case.


how so? Yup everything I've read in past has lead me to believe that they are too, as they retain heat and radiate for a bit longer? (tho maybe that's equally offset by time it takes to heat the oil up in first place?
Feverdawg29/03/2020 20:56

how so? Yup everything I've read in past has lead me to believe that they …how so? Yup everything I've read in past has lead me to believe that they are too, as they retain heat and radiate for a bit longer? (tho maybe that's equally offset by time it takes to heat the oil up in first place?


100% of the electricity consumed by any heater is converted into heat. As you say, oil-filled heaters are slower to get started.
I guess only main benefit really then is the safety aspect vs some of the fan heaters

wonder if it’s possible to get something portable for home that uses a heat pump like used in some cars That give greater than 100%
Feverdawg29/03/2020 21:14

I guess only main benefit really then is the safety aspect vs some of the …I guess only main benefit really then is the safety aspect vs some of the fan heaterswonder if it’s possible to get something portable for home that uses a heat pump like used in some cars That give greater than 100%


Perhaps safer; also, they might not dry out the air as much.

Some portable air conditioners, such as the EcoAir Apollo, can be used as heat pumps. As I understand it, they are certainly cheaper to run than a conventional electric heater, but not as cheap as GCH.
Edited by: "MrChaunceyGardiner" 29th Mar
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