Dimplex 403TSTi Convector Heater - now £44.10 delivered w/code / De'Longhi SlimStyle HCX3124FS Convector Heater £58.50 @ AO
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Dimplex 403TSTi Convector Heater - now £44.10 delivered w/code / De'Longhi SlimStyle HCX3124FS Convector Heater £58.50 @ AO

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Found 5th Jan
25/01 Dropped another £5 - use code HEATING10

Good price for this model - Also get FREE delivery, usually next day.


This portable convector heater from Dimplex will warm your room. Thanks to the timer, you can set your heater to warm your bedroom before you wake up, or pre heat your front room before you get in from a hard day’s work. With 2 heat settings to choose from you can opt for a temperature that suits you, as well as saving energy. Plus it’s cheap to run too! The freestanding design means that you can easily move it from room to room with ease, so it’s really flexible. And, you can warm your room overnight without being disturbed as it’s super quiet.

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  • 3000 Watt power output
  • 2 heat settings to choose from
  • Thermostat constantly monitors temperature
  • Set the heat to turn on & off at a time that suits you
  • Automatic shut off system for peace of mind




De'Longhi SlimStyle HCX3124FS Convector Heater £58.50 using code HEATING10

2400 Watts of power
Select from 3 heat settings
Double fan system circulates heat evenly
Anti-frost design prevents freezing in cold weather
Automatic shut off system for peace of mind

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This panel heater from De’Longhi has a powerful 2400 Watt output and 3 heat settings to choose from, so you can easily find the perfect temperature. It features Hi-Fi Technology which uses a double fan system to give an even distribution of heat, meaning you’ll feel warm, wherever you are in the room. Thanks to Frost Protection, the heater will automatically turn on if the temperature drops below 7°C – keeping your room warm. And if the appliance accidently tips over, the Sicura System automatically turns the appliance off.
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oil heaters better than these right ?
I prefer oil rads as they are less fire risk and don't smell like toasters.

In homebase you can get an electric convector with a timer for 22.49 - not brand but does the same job or one with a built in fan for 34.99.
m1chaels22 h, 25 m ago

I prefer oil rads as they are less fire risk and don't smell like …I prefer oil rads as they are less fire risk and don't smell like toasters.In homebase you can get an electric convector with a timer for 22.49 - not brand but does the same job or one with a built in fan for 34.99.


I would rather not get those Homebase electric convector heaters. I'd gone through 2 of those between 27 Dec and 04 Jan (a week) and they were both faulty returns. I had to opt for a brand name (Dimplex) and shell out superior cash (which I find ridiculous for a *insert fancy word here* heater). Bottom line here is, you get what you pay for.
Dami326th Jan

I would rather not get those Homebase electric convector heaters. I'd gone …I would rather not get those Homebase electric convector heaters. I'd gone through 2 of those between 27 Dec and 04 Jan (a week) and they were both faulty returns. I had to opt for a brand name (Dimplex) and shell out superior cash (which I find ridiculous for a *insert fancy word here* heater). Bottom line here is, you get what you pay for.


Same here, also went through 2 £20 homebase heaters in 1 week I bought for my grandad before returning and ordering this heater on saturday, was delivered next day on Sunday and is working fantastically. Have setup with tp-link wifi smartplug (I was using for xmas tree lights) so he now has timer and ability to turn on and off via an app on his phone. Worth every penny as he doesn't have central heating so will really help him stay warm over the next few months.
Great price but always some comments about the efficiency of these.
OP - you might want to edit your title for the price of the DeLonghi - an extra £300 has crept in...
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