Electric Patio Heater  ( Indoor / outdoor ) - £24.98 @ Woolworths!
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Electric Patio Heater ( Indoor / outdoor ) - £24.98 @ Woolworths!

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Found 19th Aug 2007
This Electric Patio Heater is now just £24.98 @ Woolworths! Order online for free instore collection

Description: Ideal for indoor and outdoor use, this Electric Patio Heater looks stylishly modern in a silver-tone finish. It has an easy-tilt head for fully directional heat and reaches to an adjustable height of up to 210cm. Fully weatherproof, it has three heat settings - 650, 1350 and 2000 watt.

NOW £22.49
- ms01ma

SORRY £22.98
- ms01ma

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Original Poster Editor

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* 3 heat settings: 650, 1350 and 2000 watt
* Height adjustable up to 210cm
* Easy pull On/Off switch
* Fully weatherproof
* Mains powered - not gas!
* Easy-tilt head fo fully directional heat
* Stylish in silver

Banned

Thanks for that is this nationwide?

Original Poster Editor

Hi h4x3r Sorry i should have mentioned in my post,you can order online for free instore collection (at your local store).

Banned

millarcat

Hi h4x3r Sorry i should have mentioned in my post,you can order online … Hi h4x3r Sorry i should have mentioned in my post,you can order online for free instore collection (at your local store).



Thanks millarcat +1 rep!

i have 4 of these they are excellent always get them this time of year, they may go cheaper though got mine for 19.98 last year

Original Poster Editor

Thanks h4x3r and for the feedback mso1ma

i have 4 of these they are excellent always get them this time of year, … i have 4 of these they are excellent always get them this time of year, they may go cheaper though got mine for 19.98 last year



Global warming what's that......:whistling:

Be interested to know if these throw out heat a reasonable distance as might get one to stand outside a new log cabin at that price

P.E

Global warming what's that......:whistling: Be interested to know if … Global warming what's that......:whistling: Be interested to know if these throw out heat a reasonable distance as might get one to stand outside a new log cabin at that price


:whistling:

keeps me warm in these winter (sorry summer) months

ms01ma

:whistling: keeps me warm in these winter (sorry summer) months



Do they throw out a reasonable heat then? We have a gas patio heater which gives out quite a good area of heat but obvioulsy these ones must be more directional?

they also rip the electricity, cheaper and more efficient to get the gas ones.....although obviously they cost a fair bit more:(

DubDriver

Nasty … Nasty thingshttp://www.foe.co.uk/resource/press_releases/patio_heaters_should_be_ba_11062007.html



Sounds like a load of hot air to me. :giggle:

Might get 25 of them and put them in my garden, that should annoy the "green" neighbours :-D

DubDriver

Nasty … Nasty thingshttp://www.foe.co.uk/resource/press_releases/patio_heaters_should_be_ba_11062007.html



You failed to notice your tired and overly crossposted link is about GAS heaters which this thread is about an electric unit. :whistling:

tenrohle

You failed to notice your tired and overly crossposted link



Crossposted? Weird imagination!

tenrohle

is about GAS heaters which this thread is about an electric unit. … is about GAS heaters which this thread is about an electric unit. :whistling:



Can't you read properly? Links to a page that is about adverse effects of ALL types of patio heater.

DubDriver

Nasty … Nasty thingshttp://www.foe.co.uk/resource/press_releases/patio_heaters_should_be_ba_11062007.html



go and put it in misc, this is about hot deals

Original Poster Editor

ms01ma

go and put it in misc, this is about hot deals



Thanks ms01ma

Any more posts relating to Global Warming in this post will be removed.

could anyone who bought one tell me roughly how big the packaging is?

glint

could anyone who bought one tell me roughly how big the packaging is?



box is roughly 50cm by 50cm and 20 cm deep not that big its all in sections takes 5 mins to assemble

Being cold sitting outside is nature's way of telling you it's time to go inside.

Not voted.

Banned

if you know anyone who works in woolworths (friends/family) they can get 30% off this product but next week only!

I'm one of the green neighbours I'm afraid, so it's cold for me. (I suppose you'll want AC in the garden shed next, just in case a hot summer day comes along :whistling: )

Firstly it wasn't millarcat who deleted the posts, it was me.

Secondly if you want to discuss global warming, please do so in the Miscellaneous forum. Thanks!

rayman

Firstly it wasn't millarcat who deleted the posts, it was me.Secondly if … Firstly it wasn't millarcat who deleted the posts, it was me.Secondly if you want to discuss global warming, please do so in the Miscellaneous forum. Thanks!


Not trying to incite a flame war here- this is not a discussion on global warming per se, it's the harmfulness of this product to the surrounding environment and is totally relevant since it is avoidable. Do you honestly believe remaining uninformed/ignorance is a good thing and that people will visit the misc section just to read up on global warming? I highly doubt it. I don't know how many flash floods, seasonal shifts and research it will take, but it will probably be too late.

I realise the world is full of contradictions, but a step in the right direction here isn't going to be detrimental to anyone. There is plenty of free speech on other topics, so why all of a sudden discriminate this one? A non-click on one thread isn't going to drive HUKD to bankruptcy, I'm sure.

You know, when the Titanic was sinking, the band was still playing music. Sad really.

The problem was that it went over the point being made, into throwing insults at those who don't agree with each other.

By all means state facts and figures about this actual item, but keep it civil and polite.

Now I understand what those Californian teenagers mean when they say "... whatever."

This Is Now £22.98

seems like a good deal, max power is 2kw, which is about 12p/hour, which would work out expensive for something running 24/7, but for a few nights a year it's not going to cost much. It would take a LONG time before the gas heaters work out cheaper, if ever, because those gas cannisters are much more expensive than mains gas.

How does it compare to the gas ones in terms of heat output?

dudedude

How does it compare to the gas ones in terms of heat output?



guessing they are actually pretty useless, a gas heater is 13kwh, this is 2kwh.

I guess both are extremely efficient at converting energy into heat - that's a fairly easy thing to do, it's usually heat that's an unwanted byproduct.

So you'd actually need a few of these I reckon, not quite so cheap then.

Smallest gas heater is £80 from B&Q, a 4.5kw tabletop one, 15kwh is £175

ms01ma

box is roughly 50cm by 50cm and 20 cm deep not that big its all in … box is roughly 50cm by 50cm and 20 cm deep not that big its all in sections takes 5 mins to assemble


thanks!
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