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Pro-Elec 2kW Convector Heater £10.74 delivered at CPC Farnell
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Pro-Elec 2kW Convector Heater £10.74 delivered at CPC Farnell

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Posted 12th Feb

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Cheapo heater, delivered, for just over a tenner. I can’t find any instance of this having been cheaper before. And yes, it’ll cost the same to run as any other 2 kilowatt electric heater - but others may disperse/circulate the heat more efficiently! For the price though, don’t think you can complain.
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I bought one of these last time they were on offer. Does what it says on the tin. Heat from me.
Great price normally £15-£20
Edited by: "alwayslovesabargain" 12th Feb
If you prefer the more compact Horizontal fan ones they're £7 from B&M at the moment.
Edited by: "Roger_Irrelevant" 12th Feb
Always good for emergencies, our gas was off last week for 2 days due to gas pipe replacements.
Edited by: "55derek" 13th Feb
Thanks op
Argos on Ebay New - 2Kw - £9.99 free delivery
great price - just bought one from tool station today £18!
These are amazingly quick at heating up a cold room. Regularly use in conservatory and literally goes from seeing your breath to nice and cosy within 10 minutes
clubfoot3312/02/2020 17:29

Argos on Ebay New - 2Kw - £9.99 free delivery



Any chance of a link? Can’t find it via their search.
What’s better efficiency wise electric or oil Filled guys? Many thanks
MusaX22/02/2020 20:36

What’s better efficiency wise electric or oil Filled guys? Many thanks



I touched on this in the description, as it’s something I had wondered before - they will have the exact same efficiency, i.e. 100% of the electricity used will be converted into heat, no matter what the type of heater. The only difference will be in how that heat is dispersed or circulated - an oil-filled radiator will take longer to heat up but will keep radiating warmth after being turned off, whereas this will be fairly instant (but most of the heat will go upwards!) A heater with a fan built in might be better at warming up a large room faster, and so on, but they’ll all be equally efficient. Which is best for you will depend entirely on your use case, personal taste, and budget
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