Dimplex 3kw Convector Heater with Timer, 24% Off + 8% Quidco £37.99 @ Amazon
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Dimplex 3kw Convector Heater with Timer, 24% Off + 8% Quidco £37.99 @ Amazon

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Found 17th Aug 2014
Things are starting to get a bit chilly, so I'm preparing for the Autumn already and I see there's a number of reduced prices on heaters on Amazon.

This one has 24% off and free delivery plus a possible 8% Quidco cash back, not bad!

I don't often submit a deal so please be kind to me ;-)

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On my current electric plan of 16.884 per unit would this work out as 50p per hour on full heat?

A unit is one thousands watts so 3kw per hour at at 16.884 per unit is 51p per hour

I moved into a flat with storage heaters, it uses a hell of a lot of a electric so I went down the path of these portable electric ones and the electric was still costing loads so I tried a portable gas fire £25 worth of gas lasted me the whole winter. I'm really impressed with it. Wouldn't recommend a gas one thou if you have children as u need to have a big cylinder next to it amazon.co.uk/gp/…1_1?qid=1408253336&sr=8-1π=SY200_QL40

brendanhickey

On my current electric plan of 16.884 per unit would this work out as 50p … On my current electric plan of 16.884 per unit would this work out as 50p per hour on full heat?




Plus 2.5 pence for VAT

Trouble with calor gas heaters is they give off moisture and cause damp, also if your council or housing association you are not allowed to use them. Their usage can also void your house insurance

brendanhickey

I moved into a flat with storage heaters, it uses a hell of a lot of a … I moved into a flat with storage heaters, it uses a hell of a lot of a electric so I went down the path of these portable electric ones and the electric was still costing loads so I tried a portable gas fire £25 worth of gas lasted me the whole winter. I'm really impressed with it. Wouldn't recommend a gas one thou if you have children as u need to have a big cylinder next to it http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B002PZXOHO/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1408253336&sr=8-1&pi=SY200_QL40


We've got storage heaters as well. Last winter it was 17 degrees and we paid 25-30 pound a week for this 17 degrees. We've got a child so this heater is not an option. I don't know what to do.:(

szippancs

We've got storage heaters as well. Last winter it was 17 degrees and we … We've got storage heaters as well. Last winter it was 17 degrees and we paid 25-30 pound a week for this 17 degrees. We've got a child so this heater is not an option. I don't know what to do.:(

if your on benefits you can get a £130 rebate gov.uk/the…iew

brendanhickey

if your on benefits you can get a £130 rebate … if your on benefits you can get a £130 rebate https://www.gov.uk/the-warm-home-discount-scheme/overview


We are not on benefits.

i just looked at it again and to qualify for warm home discount you can be on an income below £16,190 and have a child under 5 years old. phone up your electric company and ask them about it/ "warm home discount scheme"
Edited by: "brendanhickey" 22nd Aug 2014

brendanhickey

i just looked at it again and to qualify for warm home discount you can … i just looked at it again and to qualify for warm home discount you can be on an income below £16,190 and have a child under 5 years old. phone up your electric company and ask them about it/ "warm home discount scheme"


We are above that because my husband works his heart out. Thanks anyway.
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