Electric 1500W Black Edition Oil-Filled Portable Radiator for £23 with 2 Years Guarantee @ B&Q (Free C&C)
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Electric 1500W Black Edition Oil-Filled Portable Radiator for £23 with 2 Years Guarantee @ B&Q (Free C&C)

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Edited by:"idontflycathay"Found 21st Nov 2017
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Turn the thermostat switch clockwise to the maximum position and set the desired temperature. Once the required room temperature is reached, turn the thermostat anti-clockwise until the heater switches off. Do not use this heater in the immediate surroundings of a bath, shower or swimming pool

  • Features an adjustable thermostat which enables the heater to switch on and off automatically and maintain the desired temperature
  • It comes with 3 numbers of heating level, safety overheat protection, safety tip over switch along with power indicator and power on light features

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Bookmarking for the imminent bizarre efficiency / physics-defying comments posts.
Great price, cheers
Snake oil, google it.
Edited by: "Glidezilla" 21st Nov 2017
AndyRoyd7 h, 31 m ago

Bookmarking for the imminent bizarre efficiency / physics-defying comments …Bookmarking for the imminent bizarre efficiency / physics-defying comments posts.



Just brcause you dont have ther brain capacity to understand it doesnt mean it is physics defying. Convection heaters very rarely have thermostats so use their full rated output 100% of the time ergo 1500w the whole time they are on. An oil filled radiator does have a thermostate will use all tis rated output to reach temp then use less energy to maintain that temperature once it is there and can be turned down to conserve power meaning instead of using its max rated output say 1500w its now using 1000w or 800w. I dont know how you guys are this dense.
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Worth the bookmark just to read the rant above. Priceless.
eraldo21st Nov

Just brcause you dont have ther brain capacity to understand it doesnt …Just brcause you dont have ther brain capacity to understand it doesnt mean it is physics defying. Convection heaters very rarely have thermostats so use their full rated output 100% of the time ergo 1500w the whole time they are on. An oil filled radiator does have a thermostate will use all tis rated output to reach temp then use less energy to maintain that temperature once it is there and can be turned down to conserve power meaning instead of using its max rated output say 1500w its now using 1000w or 800w. I dont know how you guys are this dense.





Don't think I've ever had a convection heater without a thermostat, sounds particularly dangerous
moosery244 m ago

Don't think I've ever had a convection heater without a thermostat, sounds …Don't think I've ever had a convection heater without a thermostat, sounds particularly dangerous




Have one at work, it doesnt even have an on button never mind a thermostat you turn it on via the plug and its on until you turn the plug off. How does it sound dangerous?
eraldo21st Nov

Just brcause you dont have ther brain capacity to understand it doesnt …Just brcause you dont have ther brain capacity to understand it doesnt mean it is physics defying. Convection heaters very rarely have thermostats so use their full rated output 100% of the time ergo 1500w the whole time they are on. An oil filled radiator does have a thermostate will use all tis rated output to reach temp then use less energy to maintain that temperature once it is there and can be turned down to conserve power meaning instead of using its max rated output say 1500w its now using 1000w or 800w. I dont know how you guys are this dense.


Is oil better then?
StormOwl3 h, 10 m ago

Is oil better then?



Yes, oil rads take a while to warm up compared to convection heaters but continue to produce heat after they are shut off and never smells like burning dust. The convection heater at work smells like rotten fish. If you are looking for one or the other i dont think you would ever regret getting an oil filled radiator, they last longer too as they dont have exposed elements. My nan has had the same one since i was a kid.
eraldo30th Nov

Have one at work, it doesnt even have an on button never mind a thermostat …Have one at work, it doesnt even have an on button never mind a thermostat you turn it on via the plug and its on until you turn the plug off. How does it sound dangerous?


Well having fallen asleep with a heater on "max" by accident, I can tell you it's quite dangerous. Especially in small spaces.
moosery210 h, 48 m ago

Well having fallen asleep with a heater on "max" by accident, I can tell …Well having fallen asleep with a heater on "max" by accident, I can tell you it's quite dangerous. Especially in small spaces.



Well that makes you dangerous not the product, if you do stupid things you cant blame the product all the time you blame yourself. Sounds a bit like moaning that your car didnt brake on its own when you took your eyes off the road and ran into the back of another car.
eraldo13 h, 7 m ago

Well that makes you dangerous not the product, if you do stupid things you …Well that makes you dangerous not the product, if you do stupid things you cant blame the product all the time you blame yourself. Sounds a bit like moaning that your car didnt brake on its own when you took your eyes off the road and ran into the back of another car.



Not at all. The 1994 Heating appliance and Electronic Heaters regulations do specify in section 12A that a heater without a thermostat should never be left unattended nor used by those who are infirm or elderly or unable to properly monitor the warmth of a room. This also includes diabetics who can't always sense heat properly. The regulations also recommend that no permanent heating fixture be provided without a fitted thermostat.

Furthermore in a survey in 2005 conducted by the Fire Safety and Indoor Appliance association found that 24 people in the prior 12 months had been injured or suffered near death as a direct result of falling asleep with an unregulated heating appliance nearby.

Next time do your research before trying to draw bizarre analogies to car brakes.
Edited by: "moosery2" 20th Dec 2017
moosery213 h, 28 m ago

Not at all. The 1994 Heating appliance and Electronic Heaters regulations …Not at all. The 1994 Heating appliance and Electronic Heaters regulations do specify in section 12A that a heater without a thermostat should never be left unattended nor used by those who are infirm or elderly or unable to properly monitor the warmth of a room. This also includes diabetics who can't always sense heat properly. The regulations also recommend that no permanent heating fixture be provided without a fitted thermostat. Furthermore in a survey in 2005 conducted by the Fire Safety and Indoor Appliance association found that 24 people in the prior 12 months had been injured or suffered near death as a direct result of falling asleep with an unregulated heating appliance nearby. Next time do your research before trying to draw bizarre analogies to car brakes.




Okay so you fail to follow the regulatory guidelines and even quote them but the product is dangerous? you only further proved YOU are dangerous.

Almost any device can be dangerous if used improperly and i have no doubt it says not to leave it unattended in its instructions and yet you do exactly that and use that as an example that it is dangerous. Blame yourself for the danger you put yourself in not the product. Do yourself a favour and dont ever buy a propane heater you might actually kill yourself.

Next time use your brain before criticizing my analogies.
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