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Fine elements 2000w heater £3.50 @ Tesco (Watford)
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Fine elements 2000w heater £3.50 @ Tesco (Watford)

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Posted 21st MarAvailable: London

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A 2000w electrical heater by Fine Elements sold by Tesco. States £20 on shelve but scanned at £3.50
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40151937-fu6So.jpgMessed up and put the heater picture up instead of the receipt picture so adding to commen
Were tthere lots on the shelf
There were 5 or so left
Probably not the cheapest way to heat up a room when you think about the running costs but blinding price and great for ad-hoc or emergency use. Heat (literally...)
Cost a lot more to run it than £3.50
SweatySock21/03/2020 08:29

Probably not the cheapest way to heat up a room when you think about the …Probably not the cheapest way to heat up a room when you think about the running costs but blinding price and great for ad-hoc or emergency use. Heat (literally...)


I have one of these and they can be efficient with 750w, 1250w and 2000w selections.
Disco.Dave21/03/2020 09:06

Cost a lot more to run it than £3.50


so will anything you buy that plugs in to the mains
hmalde21/03/2020 07:52

[Image] Messed up and put the heater picture up instead of the receipt …[Image] Messed up and put the heater picture up instead of the receipt picture so adding to commen


How was the Hummous dip ?
You managed to get pasta too?!
I thought I was the only more interested in what they bought instead of the heater!!! Noisy bunch aren't we
Meant nosey 😜
Pasta was only a quid cheaper then heater and u end up it out atleast The heater will warm you for many days and weeks and maybe years a gud buy
checked this in my local today and was £12 so not nationwide for anyone looking
LauraBelcher21/03/2020 11:31

You managed to get pasta too?!


Only the ready meal. Too many people seem to be on a high carb diet at the moment with all the rice, pasta and potatoes gone It was tasty by the way 😁
SweatySock21/03/2020 08:29

Probably not the cheapest way to heat up a room when you think about the …Probably not the cheapest way to heat up a room when you think about the running costs but blinding price and great for ad-hoc or emergency use. Heat (literally...)


I bought one of these types just a few weeks ago - for heating up the freezing front porch for painting it at some point. Just made it up and popped it in the attic.

Had a gas leak earlier in the week! Thank goodness we had the heater for the time the gas was off! (We were told we could use electrics by the gas company )

This is a great price.
Great price. This type of heater and there are many identical clones rearly fall below £10
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