Easy Home Mini Oil Filled Radiator £17.99 @ Aldi
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Easy Home Mini Oil Filled Radiator £17.99 @ Aldi

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Found 7th Jan
If you need a little extra heat, this Easy Home Mini Oil Filled Radiator has you covered. Requiring minimal assembly the free-standing radiator heats up quickly and can be moved around the room with ease thanks to the large handle. With built-in protection to stop it from overheating, you'll be able to keep extra cosy throughout those cold nights wherever you are.

Accessories Included
600W BS Plug
Features
Adjustable thermostat control
Overheat protection system
Operation switch with indicator lights
Pressure tested for safety
Freestanding with miminal assembly
Large handle for easy movement
Easy to clean
Portable
Large heating surface and radiation
Energy efficient and fast heat radiation
Guarantee/Warranty
Free 3 year warranty
Brand: Easy Home
Colour: White
Cord Length: 1.6m
Dimensions: Approx. 39 x 15 x 28cm
Number Of Settings: 1
Power: 600W
Product Type: Heating
Safety Features: Yes
Voltage: 220-240V, 50/60Hz
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9 Comments
Average price - Not really a hot deal, sorry...
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gidsterc13 m ago

Average price - Not really a hot deal, sorry...


Average? Haven't really seen any below £20. Pls share other offers you've come across.
gidsterc22 m ago

Average price - Not really a hot deal, sorry...



If this is an averge, then maths tells me there must be lower and higher prices, so where are these lower prices as I just ordered one and I could cancel now. Your answers will be most helpful, thank you.
excellent, been waiting for a below 750w radiator to run off my inverter.
Following comment is for my own circumstances but I bought one from homebase to heat a small 6x4 shed converted into a pottery studio. It was useless and gave off no heat. I took it back and exchanged for a 2000w convection heater with 3 heat settings and a thermostat controller for £14.95, and this suited my requirements much better. As I say this post from the op may suit a different environment/requirement and have only commented so may help someone looking to heat a similar space.

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Edited by: "Earlies" 7th Jan
Ordered, thanks
I have one almost exactly the same as this that I bought from LIDL a couple of years ago. They're ok but don't expect much from them, a convector heater with power options works far better from my experience. I found a 1kw convector where you can select 0.5kw, I prefer that.

Not voted either way, price is about the same as I paid for mine I think.
Edited by: "Tetlee" 8th Jan
Not sure if the one I bought is faulty or the 600W specification is misleading. If you set the thermostat to max and leave it in the middle of a cold room the thermostat never switches off the heater, but the safety thermal cut out keeps activating and switching the heater off, then back on again when it cools down a bit.

Average power consumption (hence heating power) is about 275W, according to my power meter. As the on power measures somewhat over the 600W nominal the heating element is on less than half the time....

Anyone know if its "normal" to quote heater power ratings like this? Have never noticed my larger De'Longhi oil filled radiator tripping its safety cut out.
Concerned_Citizen18 h, 11 m ago

Have never noticed my larger De'Longhi oil filled radiator tripping its …Have never noticed my larger De'Longhi oil filled radiator tripping its safety cut out.


Experiment repeated on the De'Longhi. Took about 1.9KW throughout the test, its a 2KW nominal power model. Guess my little Aldi is either broken by design or faulty.
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