Oil Filled thermostatic Radiator 700W £16.99 @ currys
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Oil Filled thermostatic Radiator 700W £16.99 @ currys

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Found 20th Feb 2015
This Status OFH7-700W1PKB Oil-Filled Radiator offers flexible heating to keep your rooms lovely and warm - perfect for winter.

A pleasant temperature

The OFH7 offers one heat level with an adjustable thermostat to help you achieve the right degree of toasty warmth.

Whether it's for a cosy bedroom when you're going to sleep or a warm lounge while you're relaxing in front of the TV, this oil heater allows you to set just the right feel for the room it's in.

Portable and safe

You'll be able to carry your Status OFH7 Oil-Filled Radiator from room to room thanks to its built-in carry handles.

A safety tip over switch helps keep it stable, and overheat protection guards against accidents.

11 Comments

How much energy does it use?

0.7 kWh (700 W per hour)

Shocking reviews

Thanks op, have been looking for a cheap one of these. Free delivery. Heating a playhouse under the stairs - didn't want anything too big or too warm - just to take the chill out of the air. Reviews on all small oil filled radiators aren't great - people probably expecting too much from them

Had one of these dont really give of much heat,didnt really make much difference to my small bedroom, got one of the old fashion halogen heaters on ebay for £10 that was much better.Think robert dyas selling halogens them for £15

700w is poor.
get a 3kw one.

JeremyM

With the thermostat up highest mine turns on and off a lot, probably only … With the thermostat up highest mine turns on and off a lot, probably only on[quote=mylittlesisterlola]Thanks op, have been looking for a cheap one of these. Free delivery. Heating a playhouse under the stairs - didn't want anything too big or too warm - just to take the chill out of the air. Reviews on all small oil filled radiators aren't great - people probably expecting too much from them



I had one of these to try and keep my feet warm, but barley gave off much heat, for some reason with the thermostat even on high turns the unit off a lot. Can't imagine that this ever puts out 700W of heat.

I would get a little 350W convection heater, them little frost protection ones. Or even just the 2kw ones on low they're the cheapest and warm up instantly.

An unlit candle would give off more heat than this. I vote as cold as this radiator.

700W isn't much heat at all. Standalone heaters for normal sized room heating are usually at the very least 2kW, which is 3 times the power of this.

(as an aside, if you have a 700W heater on for one hour, then you use 700Wh (watt-hours, not watts per hour!) of electrical energy and generate 700Wh of heat.)

mylittlesisterlola

Thanks op, have been looking for a cheap one of these. Free delivery. … Thanks op, have been looking for a cheap one of these. Free delivery. Heating a playhouse under the stairs - didn't want anything too big or too warm - just to take the chill out of the air. Reviews on all small oil filled radiators aren't great - people probably expecting too much from them



Your 59 Shades of Grey playroom?

Steve1205

An unlit candle would give off more heat than this. I vote as cold as … An unlit candle would give off more heat than this. I vote as cold as this radiator.


Haha true true
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