Dimplex Cadiz Eco 3kw Oil Free Radiator CDE3ECC at Costco for £99.99
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Dimplex Cadiz Eco 3kw Oil Free Radiator CDE3ECC at Costco for £99.99

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Found 22nd Nov
This 3kw eco oil free radiator from Dimplex is 30% quicker to warm up and 30% more energy efficient compared to oil filled radiators. It has built-in electronic climate control with remote control operation for easy use.

Model: CDE3ECC
Power Supply: 240v
Guarantee: 5 Years
Super fast warm up
Electronic climate control
Integrated 24 hour timer
Twin heating panels that can be switched to work independently
Integrated carry handles for easy room to room moving
4 easy glide wheels
Benefits of oil free heating:

10% energy saving
30% faster warm up
45% lighter
Quiet running
No leaks

5 Comments

Anyone know how much on average this costs to run?......plus any more feedback would be gratefully appreciated as my friend is after an oiled filled rad. Pros/cons etc. Thanks in advance

I have one , not really monitored costs as comparison, but very fast to heat up, has timer and accurate climate control.to maintain a room temperature and looks pretty good. Nice units.

are they safe to left on overnight?

justonemore22nd Nov

Anyone know how much on average this costs to run?......plus any more …Anyone know how much on average this costs to run?......plus any more feedback would be gratefully appreciated as my friend is after an oiled filled rad. Pros/cons etc. Thanks in advance


The most this will cost to run per hour is 3 x your electricity provider's electricty unit rate. Example: if your provider's electricity unit rate is 20p inc VAT per kWh, it will cost maximum 60p per hour to run the heater on full power. The cost will be less on lower heat settings and / or if the thermostat decides the set temperature is reached and turns off the heating element(s).

justonemore22nd Nov

...plus any more feedback would be gratefully appreciated as my friend is …...plus any more feedback would be gratefully appreciated as my friend is after an oiled filled rad. Pros/cons etc. Thanks in advance


All electric-based heaters will cost virtually the same to run per unit of consumed power. Heaters with thermostats may cost less to run than those without, but only if the set temperature is reached. Consider the properties of different electric heaters: fan heaters blow instant-on heat in one direction before gradually heating the room space; convector heaters tend to dissipate their heat primarily upwards to apply heat to the room space from top to bottom; oil-filled radiators (or similar oil-free designs with no fans) tend to disperse heat via a mixture of radiation and convection and take a while to produce heat and continue to gradually disperse the stored heat when turned off. Halogen heaters tend to be instant-heat and all-radiation. The fan heater and halogen heater are the most effective for instant heat. The oil-filled designs can take a while to heat a room and be wasteful if not turned off a reasonable period prior to the heat requirement ceasing. Some peeps don't like fan heaters due to noise and the drying effect of the moving air which is less pronounced (but still present) with other methods. Some peeps say convection and oil-filled take too long to provide a heat benefit. Make your choice appropriately.
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