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Freestanding Oil-filled Radiator HD907-7Q 1500w £19.99 @ Screwfix
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Freestanding Oil-filled Radiator HD907-7Q 1500w £19.99 @ Screwfix

£19.99£29.9933%Screwfix Deals
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Posted 22nd Feb

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

  • Mechanical Control
  • 3 Heat Settings
  • 1 Year Guarantee
  • 1500W
  • Model No: HD907-7Q
  • Non-Programmable
  • Adjustable Thermostat with Environmental Protection Oil
  • Tip-Over Safety Switch
  • Steel Construction
  • Suitable for Domestic & Office Use
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Had to add heat to this...
What's the cost per hour to run this?
hanif24822/02/2020 12:41

What's the cost per hour to run this?


It's simple to calculate. It draws 1500 W so it's consuming 1500 Wh = 1.5kWh every hour. Now check your electricity bill to see how much they charge per kWh and you're done. In my case it's 15p/kWh, so that gives you 22.5p/h.

That's assuming the heater is on all the time - it has a thermostat so it will turn off automatically when the set temperature is reached.
Thanks do these get Russty?
callmeleroy22/02/2020 13:56

Thanks do these get Russty?


Steel, so yes...or yess I should say.
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 22nd Feb
What’s better efficiency wise electric or oil Filled guys? Many thanks
MusaX22/02/2020 20:34

What’s better efficiency wise electric or oil Filled guys? Many thanks


No difference, electricity into metal, into heat...
Bought one the other day. Had to return it as very little heat given off
zcaprd722/02/2020 15:45

Steel, so yes...or yess I should say.


Perhaps I should have written it RUSSt-y
MusaX22/02/2020 20:34

What’s better efficiency wise electric or oil Filled guys? Many thanks


What do you mean by electric? Theres so many different types, fan, ceramic, halogen....

Oil filled are certainly better than electric convector heaters
Readybrek5522/02/2020 22:11

Bought one the other day. Had to return it as very little heat given off


CPC is where i got mine not much more in terms of price, but higher output
Got 3 of these a week ago when my boiler broke down and had to wait for parts. There not bad and worked ok in my kids bedrooms, but we're not powerful enough for lounge/kitchen so would recommend higher KW, which are on offer too.
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