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ProElec 5 Fin 650W Oil Filled Radiator, White/Black £13.50 delivered at CPC Farnell
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ProElec 5 Fin 650W Oil Filled Radiator, White/Black £13.50 delivered at CPC Farnell

£13.50£1616%CPC Farnell Deals
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Posted 8th Mar

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Looks decent for the price, also in black

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Product Description
5 FIN 650W OIL FILLED HEATER WHITE
External Depth: 135mm
External Height: 270mm
External Width: 410mm
No. of Output Settings: -
Operating Voltage: 240V
Plug Type: UK
Power Rating: 650W
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Dunelm had these today for £15. Heat
Edited by: "wayners" 8th Mar
Mine broke after a few weeks. Dont really like this brand
Don't know anything about this particular item, but I have two similar 650 watt heaters and they do next to nothing in terms of heating a room. Maybe there is a use for a barely heating heater (greenhouse frost protection maybe) but they don't really work for their primary purpose.
Yes be aware this has limited output power. It can heat a small closed room like 2x2 metres after running for some time
Dont waste your money. Got one to heat a very small campervan (literally just space for a king size bed inside) and it couldn't even keep that warm.
ChrisTheNinjaPirate08/03/2020 20:14

Don't know anything about this particular item, but I have two similar 650 …Don't know anything about this particular item, but I have two similar 650 watt heaters and they do next to nothing in terms of heating a room. Maybe there is a use for a barely heating heater (greenhouse frost protection maybe) but they don't really work for their primary purpose.


You're right: i can't think of much use for such a small output oil filled radiator. At least for something like a fan heater you could use it for an extra burst of warm on your feet or something. But oil filled radiators are like hot water bottles. You use lots of energy and time to heat the oil. Then over time the heat is released into a room. Unless you have a well insulated box room (i.e., fits a bed and little else), then this isn't going to do much of anything. And if that box room isn't well insulated, like the guy above with his campervan...good luck with that.

For reference, to heat somewhere like an average sized bedroom, you're looking at a bare minimum of 1.5kW to heat the room.
For an average sized living room, you're looking at 2.5kW.
This is 0.65kW...
CrabLasagne08/03/2020 19:27

Mine broke after a few weeks. Dont really like this brand


I will vote anything from CPC cold. Bad brand.
huangxq209/03/2020 08:35

I will vote anything from CPC cold. Bad brand.


Your vote, but that's harsh, why shoot the messenger
Tacavas09/03/2020 08:37

Your vote, but that's harsh, why shoot the messenger


I will vote you hot to make up for the cold
Edited by: "MusaX" 9th Mar
MusaX09/03/2020 15:11

I will vote you hot to make up for the cold


I'll vote cold to continue the debate! Lol joking.

On the item, I had an 800w one, in the winter I used it in a small loft bedroom and had to put it right next to my bed and it was fine. 650w like others have said won't be good for a bedroom.
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