Easy Home Wall Panel Heater £ 29.99 £29.99 @ Aldi

Easy Home Wall Panel Heater £ 29.99 £29.99 @ Aldi

£29.99£54 44% ALDI Deals
Found 4th Jan
  • Annual Energy Consumption: 8 hours a day 3.2kw/h
  • Brand: Easy Home
  • Cord Length: 1.8m, 1.65m (Exposed)
  • Dimensions: Approx. 60 x 60 x 1.1cm
  • Energy Efficiency: 425W
  • Power Source: Plug
  • Product Type: Heating
  • Thickness: 11mm
  • Wattage: 425W

Bringing an electric wall heater into your home is the ideal way to add extra warmth. With its ultra-slim design this Easy Home Wall Panel Heater can be mounted to the wall or left free-standing, meaning it can be easily moved from room to room. A great addition to any bedroom, hallway, conservatory or even utility room, you'll never have to face the cold again with the addition of this panel heater.

Ultra-slim, economical, ceramic panel heaterCan be used either free-standing or wall-mountedLightweightLow running costsRobust constuctionCool touch edgeThermostat functionGuarantee/Warranty
Free 3 year warranty
Suitable For
Conservatories, offices, utility rooms, bedrooms, hallways


Community Updates
Where does the original price of £54 come from? No mention on the website, looks like the standard price is £29.99? This is a good price for a 425w panel heater though.However £54 would be expensive. Also description states thermostat control but I'm not sure this is the case.

Also why do they state it has a "cool edge touch". That would be the most pointless feature on a radiator/heater! Surely it's meant to be hot
Edited by: "ScottyMelotty" 5th Jan
Bought one of these a while back and returned as didn't really heat up room
Original Poster
i havent bought one yet but i am thinking of getting it for the kids bedroom, they have a gas radiator already but it is on the far end of the room and they say it is too cold, so i am hoping to install a couple of these next to the bedside walls. I dont expect these to get too hot since they are only 425w, but should be warm enough satisfy them. i use a 2000w fan heater and that gets hot but i am wary of using that much electric. I also suspect this is why they say cool touch,
I have just bought one after 10mins on there is a strong rubber smell.....worrried ...shall I take it back?
[Sorry SusanAshley, just realised what I wrote doesnt apply to you]
Read a edf booklet on saving gas/electric that came after SmartMeter installation.
Behind the radiator, the booklet recommends a reflective foil to prevent the heat going out through the back ie the wall.
I have discovered that a normal incandescent light bulb eats 2p per hour by itself.
Edited by: "davening" 21st Jan
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