Vax Power Heat 2500w Oil Filled Radiator with timer and Turbo Fan - £39.99 + Free Delivery
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Vax Power Heat 2500w Oil Filled Radiator with timer and Turbo Fan - £39.99 + Free Delivery

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Found 7th Dec
While the rrp is too high, these regularly sell for £50+ (Amazon is £69.99 just now ) so £39.99 + Free Delivery seems a decent price.

Hopefully this will help someone keep warm this winter.


The Vax Power Heat 2500w Oil Filled Radiator provides fast, long-lasting heat for your home. With a 2500w power output and a choice of 3 heat settings, this portable heater heats the whole room quickly and efficiently.


Portable- easy to move from room to room

Radiating heat provides quick and even heat to the whole room

24 hour timer for heat when you need, helping to save energy

Turbo fan for an extra boost of heat

3 heat settings for easy temperature control

Smart air thermostat monitors and maintains the heat in the room

Automatic thermal cut out for complete peace of mind

28 Comments

Using this since last few years and must say its well worth £40. Heat added

Ordered thanks!

Crazy it's cheaper than the eBay outlet store and yesterday it was £49.99!

Are these hard on the electricity?

What electricity like on these. ?

fahmed5 m ago

What electricity like on these. ?

It good

aliboy8610 m ago

Are these hard on the electricity?


2.5 unit = appx £0.4 for one hour usage on full power

fahmed7 m ago

What electricity like on these. ?


2.5 unit = appx £0.4 for one hour usage on full power

Was about to buy yesterday on Vax's eBay outlet for £45... glad I didn't. Hot!

Heat added. Just bought the 1500 version which should be enough for me but I would have gone for this if it had been this price yesterday.

Thanks, ordered!

Thanks OP Was going to wait for LIDL or ALDI to stock them so as to get 3 Year warranty, but 2 Year warranty will do and at least I will have it for this winter.

Bought.......

saw these on ebay outlet also and thankfully held off - till now
thanks OP

Thanks,

Just ordered one.

Thanks,


Just what we needed

Dealishere1 h, 11 m ago

2.5 unit = appx £0.4 for one hour usage on full power


Looks like the magnet will be in the meter box lol 😋

£44.99 on ebay
Edited by: "HUKDAddict" 7th Dec

Goddamn it. Bought the 1500w for £19.99 and like another poster, wish I'd waited (or bothered looking, ha ha!).

Great spot, OP.

Does anyone know what the lowest temperature this can be set at approximately. I have an empty house which I would like to keep at a minimum temperature to prevent pipe freeze. Could do with 4-7 degrees c, however thinking the minimum on this might be much higher. Thanks

Thanks Op just ordered

I just moved into a new apartment block where they have those tiny radiators on the wall in the bedrooms. Am I better off with one of these rather than keeping the tiny radiator on?

Original Poster

gary33356 m ago

Does anyone know what the lowest temperature this can be set at …Does anyone know what the lowest temperature this can be set at approximately. I have an empty house which I would like to keep at a minimum temperature to prevent pipe freeze. Could do with 4-7 degrees c, however thinking the minimum on this might be much higher. Thanks


It has hi medium low power setting + a thermostat so I'm sure you could dial it in to approx 7 degrees, you can't choose a set temperature as such, you set it to high initially and when it reaches the temp you want you turn the thermostat until it clicks off, that's it now dialed in to the temp you want

Obviously low power setting takes longer to heat up to the temp you want but draws less power, high power will use more but achieve it quicker.

Here is the manual - library.vax.co.uk/res…pdf

Original Poster

tom619511 m ago

I just moved into a new apartment block where they have those tiny …I just moved into a new apartment block where they have those tiny radiators on the wall in the bedrooms. Am I better off with one of these rather than keeping the tiny radiator on?



These are quite efficient if you only want to heat one room rather than heat the whole house with central heating. Also they are decent at providing an additional boost to the central heating maybe for an hour thus allowing the central heating to be turned off earlier if the cereal heating rad doesn't have a particularly good output

Thanks OP. Ordered!

Out of stock now

Original Poster

mubzchen2 h, 10 m ago

Out of stock now


Cheers, have expired

Ah I missed this! If anyone has a spare let me know
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