Oil-filled Radiator with Integrated Fan Heater and 3 year warranty - £29.99 @ Lidl
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Oil-filled Radiator with Integrated Fan Heater and 3 year warranty - £29.99 @ Lidl

£29.99LIDL Deals
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Found 17th Dec 2009
Good price for this!

3 heat settings (800, 1200 or 2000 watt)
500 watt fan heater
Max. 2,500 watt (2 kilowatt oil filled radiator + 500 watt fan heater)
Variable thermostat with frost and overheat protection
On 4 castors
Integrated cable storage
Cable length (m): 1.8
Size (cm): 65 x 46 x 29
3 year manufacturer's warranty

18 Comments

Expensive to run compared to gas but doesn’t cost thousands of pounds to pipe and wire in a boiler.

Could be a good idea to use this to heat a single room instead of the whole house.

I don’t see the point of the fan heater though. Would have been better for them to have built the oil radiator to 3kW power instead.

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Expensive to run compared to gas but doesn’t cost thousands of pounds to p … Expensive to run compared to gas but doesn’t cost thousands of pounds to pipe and wire in a boiler.Could be a good idea to use this to heat a single room instead of the whole house.I don’t see the point of the fan heater though. Would have been better for them to have built the oil radiator to 3kW power instead.



I suppose the fan heater is there to push the heat round the room quicker then you can switch to the oil filled radiator once the room is warm.

3 year warranty at argos would be about the same as the whole package here - heat added!

Lidl in Hilsea, Portsmouth had plenty of these earlier as well as the £20 fan heaters.

are these in stock now?

Ideal for our Office which we've been using halogen heaters in

The fan provides convection as well as radiation heat .

If anyone buys one - could they tell me the minimum temperature you can set the thermostat to please?

Rep waiting.

ibiza;7259201

If anyone buys one - could they tell me the minimum temperature you can … If anyone buys one - could they tell me the minimum temperature you can set the thermostat to please?Rep waiting.



Off :thumbsup:

Do I win?

On a more serious note: -

The unit features an anti-frost function which switches the unit on automatically if the temperature drops below five degrees. Not sure about the next stage of heating. Will try find out as am intrigued myself now......

like it - willwarm upy conservatory in this cold weather - thought about it last year but was much more then...

hot! hot!

ibiza;7259201

If anyone buys one - could they tell me the minimum temperature you can … If anyone buys one - could they tell me the minimum temperature you can set the thermostat to please?Rep waiting.



Problem occurs as the thermostat isn't graduated with actual temperatures

Info really difficult to come by, however, 3 things able to gather from google:

1 - Anti frost kicks in below 5 degrees automatically

2 - This product states that its temperatures are between 16 - 24 degrees.

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An amazon review of a fan heater states that the operating variables are between 13-29 degrees.

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Can't find any data on oil filled radiators but I can only assume that they are somewhere close to this.

However, care must be taken with these figures as the thermostat is connected to the device itself meaning that the temperature in the furthest corner of the room could be lower than the temperature registered by the radiator.

3 - If you are in a temperature critical environment then it may be worth looking at a plug in temperature controller which would be able to be placed remotely. Although, with enough patience (and a thermometer) I suspect you would be able to make small adjustments to the device to achieve the desired temperature.

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Hope this helps a little, was interested to find this out myself.

'hot'...

We have one for the conservatory as when the central heating goes off it can become quite cold in there.

just bought one and it's made a massive difference in my conservatory. Hope it doesnt make a massive difference on my electric bills!!
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HOT!!

are these any good?

good in localised smaller rooms but it's like boiling a kettle all the damn time so very juicy on the electricity consumption. for a small room that is only used for a couple of hours, infrequently that's ok. some have suggested conservatories.

Expired - just went today In Cricklewood and they say they don't have them any more after stock finished.
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