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Dimplex Cheriton Electric Freestanding Fire - 2kW - £125 @ Homebase (free C&C)
Found 31st AugFound 31st Aug
Only available instore. The Dimplex 2 kW Cheriton electric fire is designed to be used freestanding flat against a wall. Supplied assembled, it is very easy to set up. It has a d… Read more

Baught one, looks great, 155 on amazon used at 127. Thank you OP


Have owned a Dimplex heater almost 5 years.theyre brilliant.


there are a few other Dimplex fires cheap on there too

Dimplex Dakota Electric Inset Fire - 2kW £90 @ Homebase
Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Slick and stylish visuals with electric ease. Stunning one piece inset fire with sleek stainless steel finish Optiflame visuals can be used independently of heat Designed to f… Read more

these are pretty terrible, had 2 now where the light has gone out and no longer rotates. just not worth it


Gawd, just LOOKING at the picture is making me feel even hotter. I'm off for a tepid shower.

Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Not expecting this to go hot but had my eye on this for a couple of months at 625 quid, now down to 498. Great price for this although I realise some people will think that amount … Read more

Ah so sorry you were talking about the Flue.... yes we bought the one on Amazon which is official dimplex. We didn't need the whole thing at a right angle, we just needed a tiny vertical bit to go on top to touch the top of the fireplace. (I'm not making sense) You can also buy accessories from Dimplex directly. You can see it here on this pic (not the best picture to show flame effect but you can see the whole fire and fireplace set up)


Hi Really sorry for the delay, I only just saw your response. We bought this one (Gosford) from AO but we thought it was the same as the B&Q one here (which is the style we wanted but we didn't realise that one was exclusive to B&Q) We kept it then bought a different door direct from Dimplex to look like the B&Q one. (we are fussy!) So now it looks perfect and just like the B&Q one. (This B&Q one is offical Dimplex but it's exclusive to them)


Yes, plan to buy one of these. Can I ask which one you chose as there's an 'official' Dimplex one but B&Q also do a much cheaper own brand one? Dimplex also do a 'fake' slate hearth but it looks too small to me. https://www.diy.com/departments/focal-point-electric-stove-pipe/833909_BQ.prd?rrec=true#icamp=recs https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dimplex-STP0001-Stove-pipe/dp/B007BMZ4M4


I would have thought the axe itself would be enough to keep her out of your way :o


I have a Dimplex Opti-Myst, it's fantastic. Visitors/Friends/Family always think they are real flames, it looks so realistic. We rarely use it for heat. We wanted it just to give us a cosy, real log fire vibe (Which we really wanted in our home but can't have). You can also buy an additional fake flue pipe that sits on top and either goes into a wall at a 90' angle or straight up to a boarded chimney - to give it a little more authenticity! :D Water doesn't need replacing that often. We got ours on AO with a voucher for cheaper than B&Q

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Dimplex 403TSTi Convector Heater - now £44.10 delivered w/code / De'Longhi SlimStyle HCX3124FS Convector Heater £58.50 @ AO
Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
25/01 Dropped another £5 - use code HEATING10 Good price for this model - Also get FREE delivery, usually next day. This portable convector heater from Dimplex will warm your ro… Read more
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OP - you might want to edit your title for the price of the DeLonghi - an extra £300 has crept in... (horror)


I've had this one for a few months now and it works great (£11.40 delivered): http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/pel00022/convector-heater/dp/HG0091602?ost=HG0091602&iscrfnonsku=false&ddkey=http:en-CPC/CPC_United_Kingdom/search I bought it via this hukd thread: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/2-kw-free-standing-electric-convector-heater-cpc-for-1199-incl-del-2873804


Great price but always some comments about the efficiency of these.


Same here, also went through 2 £20 homebase heaters in 1 week I bought for my grandad before returning and ordering this heater on saturday, was delivered next day on Sunday and is working fantastically. Have setup with tp-link wifi smartplug (I was using for xmas tree lights) so he now has timer and ability to turn on and off via an app on his phone. Worth every penny as he doesn't have central heating so will really help him stay warm over the next few months.


I would rather not get those Homebase electric convector heaters. I'd gone through 2 of those between 27 Dec and 04 Jan (a week) and they were both faulty returns. I had to opt for a brand name (Dimplex) and shell out superior cash (which I find ridiculous for a *insert fancy word here* heater). Bottom line here is, you get what you pay for.

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Dimplex Cadiz Eco 3kw Oil Free Radiator CDE3ECC at Costco for £99.99
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
This 3kw eco oil free radiator from Dimplex is 30% quicker to warm up and 30% more energy efficient compared to oil filled radiators. It has built-in electronic climate control wit… Read more

All electric-based heaters will cost virtually the same to run per unit of consumed power. Heaters with thermostats may cost less to run than those without, but only if the set temperature is reached. Consider the properties of different electric heaters: fan heaters blow instant-on heat in one direction before gradually heating the room space; convector heaters tend to dissipate their heat primarily upwards to apply heat to the room space from top to bottom; oil-filled radiators (or similar oil-free designs with no fans) tend to disperse heat via a mixture of radiation and convection and take a while to produce heat and continue to gradually disperse the stored heat when turned off. Halogen heaters tend to be instant-heat and all-radiation. The fan heater and halogen heater are the most effective for instant heat. The oil-filled designs can take a while to heat a room and be wasteful if not turned off a reasonable period prior to the heat requirement ceasing. Some peeps don't like fan heaters due to noise and the drying effect of the moving air which is less pronounced (but still present) with other methods. Some peeps say convection and oil-filled take too long to provide a heat benefit. Make your choice appropriately.


The most this will cost to run per hour is 3 x your electricity provider's electricty unit rate. Example: if your provider's electricity unit rate is 20p inc VAT per kWh, it will cost maximum 60p per hour to run the heater on full power. The cost will be less on lower heat settings and / or if the thermostat decides the set temperature is reached and turns off the heating element(s).


are they safe to left on overnight?


I have one , not really monitored costs as comparison, but very fast to heat up, has timer and accurate climate control.to maintain a room temperature and looks pretty good. Nice units.


Anyone know how much on average this costs to run?......plus any more feedback would be gratefully appreciated as my friend is after an oiled filled rad. Pros/cons etc. Thanks in advance

Dimplex Microstove MCFSTV12 Log Effect Electric Stove in Black £65 Del @ Co-op Electrical (£79 - £85 elsewhere)
Found 20th Nov 2017Found 20th Nov 2017
Thought this seemed cheap considering it's Dimplex, it has great reviews at AO where it is £79 & Argos where they are currently selling it for £84.99. Love the fact it's quite… Read more
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Same price as


Check out B&M/The Range too if you’re after one of these. Got one for our summerhouse back in Sept and it was £59.


It looks like an old pair of shoes are being used for fuel in the picture, lol


Might be an option for my log cabin.

Dimplex 3000W Convector Heater + 3 Years Manufacturer Warranty - Smartphone Controllable - Can be delivered Next day for free at the mo - £80.10 with Code @ AO
LocalLocalFound 24th Oct 2017Found 24th Oct 2017
Actually wanting something for the conservatory, as there isn't heating in there and over the winter was hoping to use it as a bit of a quiet room, where I can chill out with a cop… Read more

I wouldn’t trust a WeMo to safely remote control 3kWh of power consumption - the relay would have a tough time dealing with that. I’ve seen stories of some of these burn out as well


Haha. I was semi-serious. A heater just heats but a computer doing ‘compute’ makes money (in theory) and heats stuff up - of course, you need all the hardware up-front and that’s a lot more than a heater costs. I think 3kWh of electricity should be able to run enough machines to make around 70p/hr. It’s all problem solving. Pottery kiln would probably work too, but that heat leakage might be a bit much if the seals go. But hey, if you’re into pottery, why not...


The only downside to that approach is the "dumb" oil filled electric heater I currently have has a physical switch followed by a "soft" switch which has to be pressed in person after the heater is connected to the mains. This is probably a safety feature and prevents me putting it on a timer switch :-( I'd definitely consider this as a remote controllable heater in my rural house which doesn't have oil fired central heating.


I don't know what would be better tbh, but I knew a slightly crazy guy who had his gas meter capped off to avoid standing charges and instead heated his flat with tealights in a plant pot I think? 😁 Personally I'm considering getting a pottery kiln and hopefully there will be some heat leakage from that lol


Yes but it's the opportunity cost of what else to do. When we had our conservatory built, getting plumbing for water radiators (and therefore gas central heating), I think we worked out it would be 12-15 years to pay back for the anticipated usage assuming the pipes didn't leak and, of course, that we didn't move. The electric heater can be moved and only uses power when on. On another note, that comment did get me thinking about getting a mining rig from someone and letting it run in the conservatory - the dissappated heat is wasted otherwise!

DIMPLEX Desk Friend Ceramic Fan Heater - White - £9.97 (60% off) - Currys delivered/C&C
Found 1st May 2017Found 1st May 2017
Was looking for something to use under my desk to warm up my feet :) (or even for camping/caravan) and found this. With great reviews looks ideal for small spaces and comes with a … Read more

Great find thank you. Bought for our camping trips!


Thanks Great find and price


Yeah all well and good, but does it have an IPS screen? Joking... exactly what I wanted today, bagged one, Ta!


you welcome ;)


Thanks just ordered for the campervan.

Dimplex DXDHC10 Ultra Compact 10L 250 Watts Dehumidifier £76 @ COOP Ebay
Found 1st Mar 2017Found 1st Mar 2017
I thought this was quite a good price initially. Other sellers generally around £140 to £170 Use the COOP Ebay voucher to obtain this price! The Dimplex DXDHC10 Ultra-Compact 10 … Read more

Thanks for your info.


No, it won't pull 10 litres per hour. This is a refrigerant type (generally pretty crap in typical UK climate) and that 10 litre figure will be based on an air temp of 30C and 80% RH and their performance crashes as it gets cooler and they basically stop working at all around 15C. The far better type for the UK are the desiccant type which are rated at 20C and 60% RH, and continue working right down to 0C. In fact I'd had one (EcoAir DD122FW-MK5 Classic) running this week in a unheated log cabin, pulling water out of air well.


This only holds 2.3 litres then turns off...it might draw 10 litres per 24 hour period but you will have to empty it every 6 hours if your room is that damp...although I doubt anyone's room is that damp. We run a very small one in a conservatory and it fills a 1 litre tank every 4 days or so.


good find op, heat added


Voucher is COOP20, add into Paypal voucher section.

Dimplex 20L Portable Dehumidifier DXDH20N £125.89 Delivered From Costco Online (No membership required)
Found 16th Jan 2017Found 16th Jan 2017
Cheapest price I can see by a fair margin, even accounting for the 5% 'levy' added for non-members (120 quid delivered for members). Product Details To remove unwanted moisture f… Read more



​can't see why not, ours sits in the landing too


Will these still work for bedrooms if its on the landing working during the night?


This one is a compressor model, better than desiccant in my opinion with more economical power consumption and easier maintenance. The EcoAir 18L model recently came on Lightning deal sale is alright, I had to return mine. It was really noisy and the side vents don't seem to do a good job of extraction. Worst of all was the removal and insertion of the tank, which was quite fiddly. 2H/4H timer only, auto cut-off only if the tank gets full, the hose included is too small for any use, the list goes on. We returned it straight away. We have an Ebac 21L model (3850e) which has been brilliant functionally, no wheels or hose, but tank is easy to handle, noise level is almost like a small fridge.


What type is this a compressor or Desiccant? Also is this better than the recent ecoair that was posted?

Amazon Lightning Dimplex Castillo 2 KW Freestanding Optiflame Electric Fire £99 @ Amazon
Found 23rd Jan 2016Found 23rd Jan 2016
Cheapest it's been according to the camels. Will this get some heat? (boom boom :) )
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We have this fire and use the white stone pebble effect, I paid £120 for it, it looks modern and we have many compliments on it, the flame effect is cosy but when the heat switches are on it can be noisy, heat from me for it though :)


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Dimplex 20 Litre Portable Dehumidifier DXDH20N £144.99 delivered (5% extra for non members) @ Costco
Found 11th Jan 2016Found 11th Jan 2016
Looking for a dehumidifier for this awful weather we're having came across this. As it seems to be a lot cheaper than Argos and Amazon.
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i have just gone onto the screwfix site and the dehumidifier i purchased last year is on sale again, for 79.99 instead of £129.99 but only click and collect. http://www.screwfix.com/p/12ltr-dehumidifier/72503. this might help someone who wants to try a dehumidifier but doesn't want to spend too much. if you've got black mould spots on your walls or water pooling on your window frames in the morning then i would definitely invest in a dehumidifier. my electric costs 16p per kwh, so i can run this machine daily for at least 5 hours for 16p, which is reasonable. also if you dry clothes indoors on an airer these will reduce the drying time too.


I was going to get one of these from Cosco, then today I saw one in Aldi for £35, so I have bought that. I don't know what type it is, it only does 400mL/day compared to the Dimplex 2L/day, but I'll give it a go for £35, if it's crap, I'll take it back. I'm using it in my kitchen in a 1900's end terraced house, most the walls are exposed, even half the roof is a flat roof and I have no heating installed in there, so it gets freezing in the winter. I started noticing the paint bubbling a week ago, and since then I've bought a few cheap £1 tub type dehumidifiers from B&M. My mate said to place some jars out with dry rice and salt in them, which I've also done, and I think that's working better than the cheap £1 tubs because you can see the condensation on the inside of the jar.


I have a smallish compressor type dehumidifier which I bought last year from screwfix after seeing it on hduk. Because my home is quite cold, I wondered if I positioned it close to a hot radiator whether this would make up some of the efficiency difference compared to a dessicant type?


Recently bought Ecoair DC12 from Amazon Absolutely brilliant results so far. http://byemould.com/2015/02/20/ecoair-dc12-compact-portable-dehumidifier-12-litre-review/ http://www.dehumidifier-reviews.co.uk/ecoair-dc12 http://dehumidifierreviewshq.co.uk/ecoair-dc12-review/


Does this auto control humidity as ebac smart control or only auto shut off. Do like Costco but think my ebac 2650 is better (within my 60 day no quibble return period)

Dimplex Glofan 2 KW Upright Electric Fan Heater / Cooler £14.93 @ Homebase Altrincham
LocalLocalFound 5th Jul 2015Found 5th Jul 2015
Cheapest online is £44:00 - found in Homebase Altrincham for £14.93. Also claims to cool, but that may be just the blue disc that fools you into thinking it's cold air being blown … Read more

Yeah...looks good too


You bought one OP? Does it turn red when the heater is on?




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