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Dimplex 403TSTi Convector Heater - now £44.10 delivered w/code / De'Longhi SlimStyle HCX3124FS Convector Heater £58.50 @ AO
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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...
Great price but always some comments about the efficiency of these.
Dami326th Jan

I would rather not get those Homebase electric convector heaters. I'd gone …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.


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.
m1chaels22 h, 25 m ago

I prefer oil rads as they are less fire risk and don't smell like …I prefer oil rads as they are less fire risk and don't smell like toasters.In homebase you can get an electric convector with a timer for 22.49 - not brand but does the same job or one with a built in fan for 34.99.


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.
Dimplex Microstove MCFSTV12 Log Effect Electric Stove in Black £65 Del @ Co-op Electrical (£79 - £85 elsewhere)
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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
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Might be an option for my log cabin.
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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
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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
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sabu578 h, 1 m ago

Perhaps a regular heater coupled with a smart socket (eg WeMo) would give …Perhaps a regular heater coupled with a smart socket (eg WeMo) would give greater flexibility, as you could use the socket on other devices in the future.


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
gemniz45 m ago

I don't know what would be better tbh, but I knew a slightly crazy guy who …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


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...
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sabu577 h, 15 m ago

Perhaps a regular heater coupled with a smart socket (eg WeMo) would give …Perhaps a regular heater coupled with a smart socket (eg WeMo) would give greater flexibility, as you could use the socket on other devices in the future.




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.
plewis006 m ago

Yes but it's the opportunity cost of what else to do. When we had our …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!

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
gemniz10 h, 10 m ago

I'd be careful using these as they can be expensive to run... I think 3kwh …I'd be careful using these as they can be expensive to run... I think 3kwh would cost you at least 35p per hour on full blast


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
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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!
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Thanks just ordered for the campervan.


you welcome
Thanks just ordered for the campervan.
Dimplex DXDHC10 Ultra Compact 10L 250 Watts Dehumidifier £76 @ COOP Ebay
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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
Char23

No, it won't pull 10 litres per hour. This is a refrigerant type … 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.



Thanks for your info.
twinkle

This only holds 2.3 litres then turns off...it might draw 10 litres per … 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.



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.
Edited by: "twinkle" 1st Mar 2017
good find op, heat added
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Dimplex 20L Portable Dehumidifier DXDH20N £125.89 Delivered From Costco Online (No membership required)
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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
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millward84

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



​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?
kha27

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


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
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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 CHT20 Cheriton Freestanding Optiflame Electric Fire £86.99 @ Amazon
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Been looking at these for a while and they are £179.99 at John Lewis. Cheapest I could find with anyone I'd want to trust card detail to was £128.62 at plumbnation. Lightning deal … Read more
I fancied this but a lot of the reviews mentions the bulbs only lasting 5 seconds so its put me of a bit
Dimplex 20 Litre Portable Dehumidifier DXDH20N £144.99 delivered (5% extra for non members) @ Costco
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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. screwfix.com/p/1…503. 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?
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
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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
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Yeah...looks good too
You bought one OP? Does it turn red when the heater is on?
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Dimplex 10L ultra Compact Dehumidifier £89.99 @ The Range
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Seems a good price dearer at all other shops I checked online also 2.5% Topcashback or Quidco available Free Delivery The Dimplex 10L Ultra Compact Dehumidifier is an essential it… Read more
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I'm interested in the electriq low energy one or the meaco 20l low energy. Both have over 5l tanks as well. Anyone else used these?
Don't just write of compressor dehumidifiers, Desiccant ones are best if they are going to be used in unheated areas, where it gets really cold like garages, workshops etc. Most good compressor units can work as low as 5 Celcuis - what normal house will be that cold unless it is empty or one with no heating. The Desiccant ones are reported as being cheaper to run, but this will depend on how much water is in the building and how hard it works. They also let of warm air which will help heat the building, but the typical electrical consumption of such units is quoted at approx. 300 -650 Watts. However some of the compressor ones are quoted as low as 235 Watts max like the Electriq 20L low energy one and the Electrolux 15L at 315 Watts. The Desiccant ones also appear to be slightly less robust than the compressor units in my opinon.

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It will work but in the UK go for a desiccant dehumidifier rather than … It will work but in the UK go for a desiccant dehumidifier rather than compressor. Desiccant dehumidifier work at low temperatures and are quieter so can run over night and still collect loads of water. Compressor type (like this one) you will find the performance drops considerable once the temperature drops in your house. All the figures about how will compressor type dehumidifiers run are based on the sort of weather you see in South East Asia i.e high temperatures and very high humidity. Not much like it is outside today is it?



Thanks very much indeed very helpful!
jnglizt

Can anyone offer advice on whether or not this would help with a minor … Can anyone offer advice on whether or not this would help with a minor mould/condensation problem in a bathroom? It’s not awful but since the cold weather has set in I have been having to clean mould off areas of the wall/ceiling every couple of weeks…can’t really be bothered any more plus it’s damaging the paint and don’t really want to re-decorate again! Would running this for a couple of hours in the morning after showers etc, and again in the evening, help or would we be better of with something else?This was another one I had my eye on...slightly more expensive though: http://www.energybulbs.co.uk/pre-order+meaco+basic+10+litre/364244003Thanks!



The best solution would be to open a window or install an extractor but if that is not an option these would be the next best thing, they remove huge amounts of water from the air, they are many many times more effective than the cartridge style dehumidifiers. I would go with this one as I have the larger version of this and think its excellent.

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jnglizt

Can anyone offer advice on whether or not this would help with a minor … Can anyone offer advice on whether or not this would help with a minor mould/condensation problem in a bathroom? It’s not awful but since the cold weather has set in I have been having to clean mould off areas of the wall/ceiling every couple of weeks…can’t really be bothered any more plus it’s damaging the paint and don’t really want to re-decorate again! Would running this for a couple of hours in the morning after showers etc, and again in the evening, help or would we be better of with something else?This was another one I had my eye on...slightly more expensive though: http://www.energybulbs.co.uk/pre-order+meaco+basic+10+litre/364244003Thanks!



I don't have this one, and I don't really have a damp problem (I'm just a bit sad lol) and I run mine all the time.
Dimplex Jazz 2kw Flame Effect Electric Fire found instore at B&Q (Warrington) for £97
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Dimplex Jazz 2kw flame effect electric fire, ticket price £154,scans at checkout for £97. Warrington branch. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
The white one is still full price but looks jazzy
Love this! Just had a very heated (excuse the pun!) discussion with the hubby whereby he was trying to explain why I cant have this when we have a false plywood chimney breast.....still don't get it!! Great price OP - very jealous of those that can go ahead and have one. Might have to buy a new house to accommodate it - not such a bargain, haha
£97 was £305 Dimplex Zamora Freestanding Flame Effect Electric Fire @ B&Q
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Warm up your home with this freestanding electric fire from Dimplex's Zamora range, with a chrome effect finish that gives it a designer feel. It features a optiflame flame effect … Read more
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Badgerzz

Ordered mine Sunday and it arrived Monday. Very pleased with it and I … Ordered mine Sunday and it arrived Monday. Very pleased with it and I will consider changing the bulbs to avoid heat problems. Can afford to change them based on the money saved.


Thanks for the feedback I'm so pleased for you
Ordered mine Sunday and it arrived Monday. Very pleased with it and I will consider changing the bulbs to avoid heat problems. Can afford to change them based on the money saved.
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Still Available in store if you check stock in your area, available in 4 out of 5 stores near me
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Dimplex fire - £97 Delivered @ Amazon
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Only £97 instead of £199 on amazon with free delivery
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stevenmackenzie16

its 97pound on b and q website


So it is, that's handy to know too! Could've got my dad's 10% off on a Wednesday!!
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Comment[quote=datkin]£40 national deal in B&q today
The b&q one is a different model @ £40 called Emily inset
its 97pound on b and q website
£40 national deal in B&q today
Dimplex oil free heater £45.55 @ Amazon
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I apologise in advance. I am not good with technology so fingers crossed I am hoping I've done this okay! I was looking for a heater for a while and came across this one. It's the… Read more
Of course oil filled do not use less electricity. They will use the same amount if they are the same wattage. Most people would prefer a heater to heat up quicker rather than cool down slower so oil filled is probably a 2nd choice.
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mizzy1985

if your looking for a decent radiator, there is an oil filled one at cpc … if your looking for a decent radiator, there is an oil filled one at cpc farnell for around £25 with free delivery, its not dimplex cant remember the brand name but i have one and it works really well

mizzy1985

if your looking for a decent radiator, there is an oil filled one at cpc … if your looking for a decent radiator, there is an oil filled one at cpc farnell for around £25 with free delivery, its not dimplex cant remember the brand name but i have one and it works really well



Will browse cpc. Thank:)
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It sells it as being more economical, that why I thought it was better than an oil filled! ?
mizzy1985

if your looking for a decent radiator, there is an oil filled one at cpc … if your looking for a decent radiator, there is an oil filled one at cpc farnell for around £25 with free delivery, its not dimplex cant remember the brand name but i have one and it works really well



Second that.

Get oil filled, they may take a little longer to heat up but it stays warm for longer and means it will use less electricity
if your looking for a decent radiator, there is an oil filled one at cpc farnell for around £25 with free delivery, its not dimplex cant remember the brand name but i have one and it works really well
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