•DeLonghi TRD0615T Oil Filled Radiator £42 @ Tesco Direct
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•DeLonghi TRD0615T Oil Filled Radiator £42 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 30th Nov 2011
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This might be more expensive than other brands but it has a 24hour timer and this particular Dragon 3 series got many good reviews.

Besides, the price from Tesco is 30 pounds less than that from Amazon.

amazon.co.uk/DeL…SZE



Currys Price Match + 10% (£84.99 - £42.00 - £4.30 = £37.70)

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

We'll beat: comet.co.uk, johnlewis.co.uk, argos.co.uk, staples.co.uk, tesco.co.uk
If you ever find a product cheaper, we're on hand simply call 08445 61 62 63 (option 2)

We're always confident about our pricing, but if you find one of the competitors listed above has the same product cheaper please do give us a call on 08445 61 62 63. We'll not only match the price, but we'll even beat it by 10% of the difference.
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Anyone having problems logging onto Tesco direct site? Couldn't login for the Rage game deal and now this despite having the password reset and then creating a new account....

Great heater I have two

Banned

Hot

Don't forget cashback of 5% at Quidco, £2.10 off makes it £39.90! (_;)

I bought this in the last round and its fab - recommended. Easy and quick to heat up and a timer.

shaz2sxy

Great heater I have two




One of the Amazon reviews complains the timer is noisy. How are yours please?

Double up your vouchers too!!! Last day though

Doubled our clubs card and did cashback. Paid us £2.20 with free heater!
The best elec heater we've ever used. Great product!

heats well but has anyone else found it smells funny

says in the instructions it will at first. I believe it says to run it at a high temp at first to burn off smell. It goes pretty quick!

I've owned one of these for about 18 months. Absolutely fantastic. I only need to have mine on for about 10 minutes before my bedroom is cosy! Plus when it is turned off, it doesn't lose the heat as quick as a fan heater. The noise of the oil heating up is negligable to be honest. Think of a deep fat fryer heating up, but this time the sound is contained.

Recommended.

hot without plugging in!!

Banned

Currys Price Match + 10% (£84.99 - £42.00 - £4.30 = £37.70)

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

We'll beat: comet.co.uk, johnlewis.co.uk, argos.co.uk, staples.co.uk, tesco.co.uk
If you ever find a product cheaper, we're on hand simply call 08445 61 62 63 (option 2)

We're always confident about our pricing, but if you find one of the competitors listed above has the same product cheaper please do give us a call on 08445 61 62 63. We'll not only match the price, but we'll even beat it by 10% of the difference.

I had to buy one just after the last offer expired, now this comes up.. They're really good, especially at this price.

Ordered, perfect timing too now winter's finally arrived.

The age old question, are these econominal to run?

approx 20p per hour, so that's gonna add up very quickly over a winter.

bottom line is that any electric heating is 3-4 times more expensive than gas, but not trying to start a debate, just answering the question.....

I had asked Tesco to email me when these came back in stock but they failed. -_- Ordered one thanks to your post! Heated.

The white DeLonghi TRD0615T oil filled radiator has a 1.5kW heat output.
NOT HOT ENOUGH FOR ME

Thanks OP! Ordered... needed this one badly as the thermostat timer we have is not very flexible.

Can I just ask whether, for quickly heating up a room, whilst the main heating kicks in, this is any better than a £22 Argos convector (non-fan) heater and, if so, why ? All the Argos lower end convector heaters have a 2Kw output whereas this is only 1.5Kw.


Edited by: "FF99" 8th Dec 2011

Thanks OP, quidco still boosted, currently extra clubcard points and used up a tenner of vouchers thanks to the clubcard website

Have one already and just ordered another one! Need I say more...?

sossidge

approx 20p per hour, so that's gonna add up very quickly over a … approx 20p per hour, so that's gonna add up very quickly over a winter.bottom line is that any electric heating is 3-4 times more expensive than gas, but not trying to start a debate, just answering the question.....



I'm guessing that your calculation is based on the heater being on all of the time, but the beauty of these is that they heat up the room, then the thermostat turns them off and the residual heat of the oil keeps the room warm for quite some time. Then the heater will kick in again for a bit, before switching off and so it goes on... so actually they are very economical, especially compared to fan/convection heaters which continually generate heat/use electricity. I use a 3K version to heat a large room and it's brilliant - and the heat is much nicer (more like a normal radiator) than the "dry" heat of a fan heater.
Edited by: "Guswold" 8th Dec 2011

I'm a bit thick - bear with me.

I have gas heating in all but 1 room - which has no heater = COLD!

To install a gas heater there will cost me about £400 inc labour + any running costs

If I can get this heater for about £20 (incl clubcard vouchers), am I better off over the winter months in terms of costs as finances are tight. Imagine we'll use this about 2 hrs per day

Oh damn. Voucher exchange is over

lagerlagerlager

The age old question, are these econominal to run?



That would be an ecumenical question.

heat added, just brought.

Ordered, thanks.

Exactly what we're after for our 100% electric flat as the heaters here are useless - ordered for pickup tomorrow! Heat added - nice one OP.

Just ordered 2 and 4x storepoints also... Thnx op

Gollywood

I'm a bit thick - bear with me.I have gas heating in all but 1 room - … I'm a bit thick - bear with me.I have gas heating in all but 1 room - which has no heater = COLD!To install a gas heater there will cost me about £400 inc labour + any running costsIf I can get this heater for about £20 (incl clubcard vouchers), am I better off over the winter months in terms of costs as finances are tight. Imagine we'll use this about 2 hrs per day



If you assume winter is about 90 days (a quarter of the year) and you only use the heater for 2 hours that's 180 hours of usage. And if you assume that sossidge's estimate of 20p an hour is correct (although I personally think it's too high) then the total cost for one winter's use would be £36. So in 10 years you would spend £360 plus you £20 for the heater ie. it would take 10 years before you'd spent the same as installing the new radiator (without any running costs).

Plus, of course, you haven't tied up £400 of cash!

Hope that helps.
Edited by: "Guswold" 8th Dec 2011

Great heater but I'm sure this increasing my bill by a vast amount. Live in an old place that seems to have solid walls but lets heat out like a barsteward so got this oil heater on most of the time.

Guswold

If you assume winter is about 90 days (a quarter of the year) and you … If you assume winter is about 90 days (a quarter of the year) and you only use the heater for 2 hours that's 180 hours of usage. And if you assume that sossidge's estimate of 20p an hour is correct (although I personally think it's too high) then the total cost for one winter's use would be £36. So in 10 years you would spend £360 plus you £20 for the heater ie. it would take 10 years before you'd spent the same as installing the new radiator (without any running costs).Hope that helps.



Mind you, god knows what the price of Gas or Electric will be in 10 years!!!

anyone tried Curry's yet? I did and they have taken the product offline. It shows up on the side bar but selecting it goes straight back to front page. That is just so typical of Curry's

I suppose you cannot price match a product you are no longer advertising..lol

I have to laugh at people asking if these are economical.If your using any kind of electrical heater they cost all exactly the same to run. These take a while to heat up as opposed to a fan heater giving heat immediately. Bottom line is that electric heating is mega expensive and should be avoided at all costs if you want a reasonable electric bill.

Ordered 2 the last time these were on offer, Just ordered 2 more for my mum. Thanks OP.

Just_Dan

anyone tried Curry's yet? I did and they have taken the product offline. … anyone tried Curry's yet? I did and they have taken the product offline. It shows up on the side bar but selecting it goes straight back to front page. That is just so typical of Curry'sI suppose you cannot price match a product you are no longer advertising..lol



Just gave them a call - said it was fine. Needs to send details to manager to get discount code ...

Ordered and heated - thanks OP.

Jointy

Don't forget cashback of 5% at Quidco, £2.10 off makes it £39.90! (_;)



No it doesn't I'm afraid - as with virtually everything else, cashback is calculated on the exc VAT price.

"Cashback may only be paid on the net value excluding VAT, all other taxes, surcharges and any additional costs such as delivery."

Actually tracks at £1.79 in quidco
Edited by: "py6km" 8th Dec 2011

Guswold

If you assume winter is about 90 days (a quarter of the year) and you … If you assume winter is about 90 days (a quarter of the year) and you only use the heater for 2 hours that's 180 hours of usage. And if you assume that sossidge's estimate of 20p an hour is correct (although I personally think it's too high) then the total cost for one winter's use would be £36. So in 10 years you would spend £360 plus you £20 for the heater ie. it would take 10 years before you'd spent the same as installing the new radiator (without any running costs).Plus, of course, you haven't tied up £400 of cash!Hope that helps.



It helps!!!
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