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Nedis Convection Heater 750/1250/2000 W  - Turbo & Timer - £13.47 delivered @ eBuyer
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Nedis Convection Heater 750/1250/2000 W - Turbo & Timer - £13.47 delivered @ eBuyer

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Posted 7th OctEdited by:"idontflycathay"

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Convection heater with overheat protection and adjustable thermostat ranging from 750 W to 2000 W. Features a turbo switch and timer Fully compliant with CE regulations including EN 60335-1, EN 60335-2-30, BS 1363 and EMC Product specifications:

  • Cable length - 1.5 m
  • Power plug - UK / Type G
  • Power - 750/1250/2000 W
  • Feature - Timer
  • Colour - White
  • Material - Metal
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KingAwKings07/10/2019 10:01

Thought I already had.But just for you some more information.convection …Thought I already had.But just for you some more information.convection heaters are not extremely effective at heating large areas, as they rely on the air in the room to disperse naturally. This makes them a poor choice for large rooms and even larger houses, as they will be unable to provide an adequate amount of heat when compared to forced air systems.Happy??


I am not aware of people who would use these for heating a large room. I believe many people would use this for a small room. Eg if one is in a house all day and nobody else is, then instead of central heating, this heater keeps a small, e.g a study room warm. These are not meant to be used to heat a entire house. It is also used for a heat "boost". If you keep a door closed they will keep a bedroom warm. When my central heating broke down, these kept individual closed rooms warm until a repair.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 7th Oct
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Turbo...
Waste of time these heaters.
Excessive electricity usage.
Bad for people with dust allergies.
KingAwKings07/10/2019 09:15

Turbo...Waste of time these heaters. Excessive electricity usage.Bad for …Turbo...Waste of time these heaters. Excessive electricity usage.Bad for people with dust allergies.



Excessive electricity usage, yet almost 100% efficient. Please explain.
Common.Sense07/10/2019 09:55

Excessive electricity usage, yet almost 100% efficient. Please explain.


Thought I already had.
But just for you some more information.
convection heaters are not extremely effective at heating large areas, as they rely on the air in the room to disperse naturally. This makes them a poor choice for large rooms and even larger houses, as they will be unable to provide an adequate amount of heat when compared to forced air systems.
Happy??
KingAwKings07/10/2019 09:15

Turbo...Waste of time these heaters. Excessive electricity usage.Bad for …Turbo...Waste of time these heaters. Excessive electricity usage.Bad for people with dust allergies.


Wrong
Wrong
Wrong
KingAwKings07/10/2019 10:01

Thought I already had.But just for you some more information.convection …Thought I already had.But just for you some more information.convection heaters are not extremely effective at heating large areas, as they rely on the air in the room to disperse naturally. This makes them a poor choice for large rooms and even larger houses, as they will be unable to provide an adequate amount of heat when compared to forced air systems.Happy??


I am not aware of people who would use these for heating a large room. I believe many people would use this for a small room. Eg if one is in a house all day and nobody else is, then instead of central heating, this heater keeps a small, e.g a study room warm. These are not meant to be used to heat a entire house. It is also used for a heat "boost". If you keep a door closed they will keep a bedroom warm. When my central heating broke down, these kept individual closed rooms warm until a repair.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 7th Oct
KingAwKings07/10/2019 09:15

Turbo...Waste of time these heaters. Excessive electricity usage.Bad for …Turbo...Waste of time these heaters. Excessive electricity usage.Bad for people with dust allergies.


What would you recommend ? . Are oil filled radiators any good ? ...
tomharris7965607/10/2019 10:47

What would you recommend ? . Are oil filled radiators any good ? ...


Had an oil filled rad for 10 years in my living room which had 12 foot ceilings.
tomharris7965607/10/2019 10:47

What would you recommend ? . Are oil filled radiators any good ? ...


Oil filled, convection, fan heaters are more or less as efficient as each other, so cost the same for the same output.

Fan heater: instant heat and noisy, more localised heat. Switch off, instantly no heat. Small .... and have a cold air mode for summer!
Convection: heats up quite quickly Switch off, heat disappears quickly. Light
Oil: takes time to warm up and time to cool down. Heavier
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 7th Oct
Common.Sense07/10/2019 13:48

Oil filled, convection, fan heaters are more or less as efficient as each …Oil filled, convection, fan heaters are more or less as efficient as each other, so cost the same for the same output.Fan heater: instant heat and noisy, more localised heat. Switch off, instantly no heat. SmallConvection: heats up quite quickly and. Switch off, heat disappears quickly. LightOil: takes time to warm up and time to cool down. Heavier


Thank you
Great deal (:

Quidco is doing 1% cashback also
Just literally turned my heater off which is the exact same as this

I have a very large room and once turned on, within 3-4 minutes the whole room is really warm that I’m forced to turn off as it will get too hot

It may use a lot of electricity or whatever but does the job intended in very less time so you don’t even have to leave it on for hours

Simply put it on for 5 minutes and you’re good to go for a few hours
Always so amusing to hear people say that a particular heater is not energy efficient. Any given heater is already converting 98-99% of its power input into heat, and theoretically can't get much more efficient.
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