Pro-Elec 11-Fin Oil-Filled Radiator, 2.5kW, 2500W, White Or Black @ CPC Farnell for £34.20 Delivered
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Pro-Elec 11-Fin Oil-Filled Radiator, 2.5kW, 2500W, White Or Black @ CPC Farnell for £34.20 Delivered

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Found 28th JanEdited by:"louiselouise"
Worth a repost as I've recently received a CPC catalogue with a cheaper price? Whilst I type, the wind is howling where I am....

This is listed as a "New" addition to their website, but White and Black 2.5kW Pro-Elec varieties were £35.40 previously hotukdeals.com/dea…261

Black option, 2.5kW cpc.farnell.com/pro…2072885404.jpgWhite option, 2.5kW cpc.farnell.com/pro…107
2885404.jpgBlurb says:
Bring comfort and warmth to your home through the winter months with this Pro-Elec 2.5kW Portable Oil-Filled Radiator with 11 Fins.
The oil heater offers 11 elements that help radiate its heat efficiently, and with 2.5kW of power output, this electric heater can really provide that heat.
Control the temperature in your room thanks to the electric radiator's three heat settings.
The oil radiator comes with base wheels to move the heater from room to room safely and conveniently.
Store the radiator conveniently thanks to the mains cord storage.

  • 11 Elements/fins, 3 Heat Settings
  • Adjustable thermostat
  • Overheating protection & Safety tip over switch
  • Mains cord Storage and power indicator light
  • Carry handle & roller wheels

Can see listings on ebay, and even Amazon, for these at nearly twice the price!

Eg, amazon.co.uk/Pro…2VJ

ebay.co.uk/itm…118

ebay.co.uk/itm…053
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I can't seem to find any reviews of these. Any ideas please?
Yep, seems an excellent price. Nice spot and thanks for posting @louiselouise
Here are a few rival brands, for price comparison, all 2.5kW/11-Fin Radiators without a timer:

£49.99 at The Range therange.co.uk/diy…or/

Fine Elements brand, £44.95 via Amazon third-party seller Trendi amazon.co.uk/Fin…YNE

Benross brand, £47.99 via Amazon third-party seller ClearDeals Outlet or £56.45 via Amazon amazon.co.uk/gp/…new

Highlands brand, £39.81 via Amazon third-party seller Price Crunchers Limited amazon.co.uk/Hig…NUO

Igenix brand, £39.59 from Viking viking-direct.co.uk/a/p…63/
Edited by: "louiselouise" 29th Jan
mayzi1 h, 29 m ago

I can't seem to find any reviews of these. Any ideas please?



I can see Amazon reviews for a Pro-Elec 2.5kW Oil Radiator (White And Black) but they look slightly different to this one. Not coming up with much either! amazon.co.uk/PRO…0C/

Assume this one is an older model, but can't say for sure.

CPC Farnell, as a retailer, are decent and I've been happy with them, though I know that's not what you're asking

For comparison, here's a picture from the Amazon link above:
33156914-6yGTe.jpgThe 1.5kW option in Black (again, referring to the Amazon listing above) has the same picture as the one in the original Deal post, though, but White, 1.5kW doesn't (bit confusing!). Can't see any Amazon reviews for the 1.5kW, anyway.

The "clicking" of the thermostat one reviewer complains about amazon.co.uk/gp/…G0C seems typical of these oil radiators. It doesn't bother me - maybe depends how sensitive you are to intermittent clicking noises, if you plan on using it in a bedroom.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 29th Jan
Bought the black one in 2016 for my Dad, it was £42.65 then. Delivery was really quick.
mayzi6 h, 21 m ago

I can't seem to find any reviews of these. Any ideas please?


I bought one a few weeks back. Delivery was very quick and it works perfect. It heats up quickly and warms the whole room very well. It even remained warm for a good while after I turned it off (which is good for saving electricity). I’d recommend it.

I only wish it had a timer (didn’t notice that when I bought it and it would have been a benefit, but not a major regret).
Edited by: "Jaestar69" 29th Jan
Great price, won't comment about the efficiency of these though.
Cr0m34 m ago

Great price, won't comment about the efficiency of these though.


I will, it would be like driving a Bugatti Veyron.
The Daewoo 2KW ones are still £25 in home bargains
I have this and it heats up fairly quickly but clicks loadly whilst heating and cooling, and I mean loudly. It has very thin fins and doesn't seem to disperse the heat well at all.
I have now replaced with a delonghi dragon, twice the price but much more warmth. I believe it's all the extra metal attached to and around the fins warming more of the air surrounding the heater.
Edited by: "Seeya" 29th Jan
patrickpldj6 h, 15 m ago

I have now replaced with a delonghi dragon, twice the price but much more …I have now replaced with a delonghi dragon, twice the price but much more warmth. I believe it's all the extra metal attached to and around the fins warming more of the air surrounding the heater.


What's the model number of this delonghi dragon, please. A link will be appreciated too.
bankbandit4 h, 3 m ago

What's the model number of this delonghi dragon, please. A link will be …What's the model number of this delonghi dragon, please. A link will be appreciated too.


amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00CA1T07G/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1517254562&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=de%27longhi+dragon+4&dpPl=1&dpID=41VnzM4pzIL&ref=plSrch

Price has gone up since I bought mine unfortunately. but the Delonghi dragon is an amazing heater imho + 10year Warranty
Edited by: "Seeya" 29th Jan
cracking deal
Edited by: "ijwia" 29th Jan
Sorry pressed cold by accident! I bought one arrived today. Seems good. Got everything I need 3 power settings, thermostat. I have it controlled by my echo dot. Arrived quick.
Edited by: "dudeonline" 6th Feb
How expensive are these to run? I could do with something to boost my conservatory during the winter.
dudeonline6th Feb

Sorry pressed cold by accident! I bought one arrived today. Seems good. …Sorry pressed cold by accident! I bought one arrived today. Seems good. Got everything I need 3 power settings, thermostat. I have it controlled by my echo dot. Arrived quick.


What are you using to control with a Dot?
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