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Daewoo 2000W Convector Heater £12.99 @ Home Bargains
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LocalLocalFound 8th DecFound 8th Dec
Works a treat and winter is coming Daewoo 2000W Convector Heater The weather outside may be frightful, but inside, it will be delightful! This fantastic convector heater has thre… Read more
HappyShopper

???

TacticalTimbo

Ooh, Daewoo!

Lee_Gilbert

Voted hot, just like I would vote a Fridge Freezer cold

travisambrose

If you are happy to wait to February mind you

smiffy1888

I use a 3 bar, 400w, 800w,1200w halogen heater in my pc room, it heats up instantly and is 5 times cheaper to run than this 2000w heater when its on one bar, which is all i ever use, surely the halogen heater are better than these leccy hungry monsters?

Igenix IG5005 Frost Watch Compact Electric Convector Heater 500W White £7.80 (Prime) £13.29 (Non Prime) Like New @ Amazon Warehouse
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Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
18 available , Used - Like New, currently. Might be useful to someone :) All purpose convector heater Suitable for smaller rooms, greenhouses, caravans and animal housing 0-30 … Read more
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SOUTHWALES

Fix it upright and on mi e it will heat my 2 berth caravan to 17c this time of year.

19DembaBa19

Sorry but I didn't mean anything bad and Amazon will sort you out

trickytree1984

No SD card slot, no usb 3.1, no hdmi. Cold

louiselouise

With respect, it's because you said, "It's not worth it, the room doesn't get hot and it goes off too many times." that I replied to you in that vein - as it sounded as though you misunderstood the purpose of these heaters. Obviously I have no user experience (about it switching off, may be a thermostat issue) but these Frost Watch Heaters are more about keeping the cold out than getting a room "hot". If these are indeed faulty, or not useful, then Amazon's customer service will save the day.

19DembaBa19

Thank you for explaining I don't need to read anything because I have used it and I know the problem and my room is small so still doesn't work

Challenge 2kw oil filled radiator in white on castors with 3 heat settings & frost guard £18.99 delivered @ eBay sold by Argos
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Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
Bit of a crazy price for this considering the newer model is on sale in Argos for £49.99! £18.99 delivered with 1 year guarantee. We have a similar one in the conservatory for the … Read more
emribena

I think it was taken in Keith from the prodigy’s house - he’s a fire starter twisted fire starter

TheUrbis

Why's the lighter fluid in the photo? Strange.

sam_of_london

No I won't . I want to retire my old ones. Thanks for the listing.

emribena

Sorry guys all gone - Maybe @sam_of_london will sell you one of his? :D

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Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link Purifier Heater Wh/Sv - Refurbished - 1 Year Guarantee £329.99 @ Dyson Outlet eBay
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Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
Manufacturer refurbished You can read more about the different guarantee types here. The specified manufacturer's warranty applies at least throughout the UK. The contact details … Read more
123shop

I think there has been a new version released.

schnide

This came up in a thread recently and apparently they're rubbish. Aside from the fact that Dyson's one of those who loves to claim how great Brexit is but actually outsources all his manufacturing to the far east..

maffb

I have a dyson AM09 for sale brand new and sealed in the box if anyone interested? Is there a selling page on here?

BigTimeDealer

Really looking for a Dyson pure this black friday but holding out for a new one. Still, a great price so heat added.

Tetra 80L Fish Tank Argos now £74.99 - 25% off (include: heater, lighting, in tank filtration system, water conditioner.)
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Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
First deal - be kind! Not everyone is in the market for a fish tank, but have just bought this. For an 80L tank, and at 25% off, this isn't bad at all.
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RoadKingClassic2002

Yeah! and they are just an underwater (poo) machine.....

RoadKingClassic2002

Agree totally..I've experienced the same type of staff who are more interested in emptying the shelves than the care of the livestock. And the advert is misleading especially if ordering online. The words "STARTER" and " Marine" don't mix... Even I won't go near marine yet.. Yeah I got rid of the mollies (underwater rabbits) for the same reason... Sold a few hundred to a local pet shop. I had Micky mouse tailed mollies which were popular with the pet shop. Sold my big tanks and went down to a Fluval flex with one fancy halfmoon male Betta, a few shrimps and snails, well planted out... Working away, I have to rely on the wife through the week so went for a low maintenance set up.

MOJOoo7

Get some pleco that will do the job of eating the algae in the tank, stones, plants, ornaments etc. Water changes still have to be done. I have 2 small bristlenose plecos in my 170 litres tank, don't have to do any cleaning apart from water changes and occasionally the filter system. The other route is really expensive, my cousin keeps stingrays in his massive made to order tank in his garage (2000+ litres!). He has a direct water flow system connected to the water main, a machine will feed the water into the tank automatically, setting on the machine to control flow rate per hour etc. I dare not ask how much it cost him :-)

robwood1987

a pond

goldust

I don't think this is the answer to my requirements but seems a good place to ask. Are there systems that require minimal maintenance? I did have a tank but cleaning out all the stones and doing water changes all the time was a grind. Appreciate you can't do nothing but is there anything that keeps it to a minimum without putting the fishies at risk?

Dyson AM09 Hot + Cool Fan Heater - £269.99 @ Amazon
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Found 14th NovFound 14th Nov
Hefty price reduction on Amazon UK following recent discounts reported on the Amazon Germany (DE) site.
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melted

Price still seem ridiculous to me for what it is, it is almost in portable heatpump aircon territory.

Av5ingh

Is the heat function any good on this?

rugbyboyroy

Why not wait for Black Friday ..£249 @ JL 2016. £229 @ JL 2017

Metalex

This is being voted cold, but that’s a good thing in this case, surely.

Orange_Sooty

its noisy AF

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Quartz Heater 400W / 800W for £9.49 ebay /  pricebuster_uk1
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Found 9th NovFound 9th Nov
Quartz Heater 400W / 800W for £9.49 https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/232952284757?chn=ps
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HJboss

These feel more like a lamp to me and dnt really warm the room up

toiletseatlicker

Triple bar halogen heaters are £15 in Asda

Misslovely

I remember these back from 2006. I bought a few from Poundstrecher and if you tilt it while it's on or accidentally touch it while walking past etc 1 bulb goes fused. I bought many from poundstrecher then I noticed they must sell dodgy heaters so I bought another one from Wilkinsons and it lasted a few year.

skipraider

They go wrong within a year in my experience x2, luckily I bought from Lidl with the 3 year guarantee. They have the 1200w 3 bar one at the mo for about £15

Fan/Heater free click & collect from Wilko - £10
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Found 6th NovFound 6th Nov
Just £5 off from original price but still it's a nice and functional addition to keep you warm this winter. Description from website: Product Information The Status Dual position … Read more
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The_Guru

Your better of moving that in any room you need. Cheaper for you.

Rumana03

thanks. i just brought one of these for my bedroom. sometimes its not cold enough to turn the central heating on in the whole house

The_Guru

If its only using 350 Watts then much cheaper to run

Rumana03

is this cheaper to run? https://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/daewoo-plug-in-heater

The_Guru

2kw. It's a lot check your bills and see.

INFRARED FG46 PORTABLE HEATER and a 12kg butane gas bottle with ZERO cylinder deposit delivered FREE to your door at Gasdeal for £68.98
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Found 5th NovFound 5th Nov
Blurb from the website... As the colder weather is now officially on it’s way, NOW is the time to grab yourself a fantastic HALF PRICE deal on this fabulous 4.2kW indoor gas cabin… Read more
aLV426

I would disagree based on the topic of this post - for 6kg bottled gas it works out about 35p/kWh, electric is about 15p/kWh. I could buy 2 possibly 3 oil filled radiators for £68, they tend to last as long as you have electric. Gas heaters need replacement canisters and usually at the most inconvenient time! Gas mains can work out much cheaper though @ around 7p/kWh, even with gas "boilers" being 90% efficient it's still is a cheaper option. Personally I'd rather have oil fired central heating - especially with the rise on gas prices and here in NI you are tied to only one gas provider - at least with the oil you can shop around and get emergency fill ups at the local petrol station! Electricity is still needed for both options though (gotta have a pump!), I have a 3kW UPS for that :D

paula1990

I stated on the basis of my experience both having lived in home with gas central heating and one with only electric storage heaters. Electricity is relatively much more expensive than gas i.e. if you try and run electric heaters non-stop (like we do with gas-central) the bill will be stupendously higher.

aLV426

Do you have stats to back that up? I'll give heat for the deal, personally I'd rather not risk it (yes I know my grandparents used them without issue), however I'd rather use oil filled radiators & fan heaters when my boiler goes offline. I can also control those via Alexa...

abcbut

As an ex Gas Safe plumber, I’m all about the safety. I have one of these and up until a few weeks ago I used it regularly. Was getting headaches more often than normal, and feeling sick. Always meant to buy a CO alarm. If I was poisoning myself, it was an expensive way to do it.

rochester

I mean this deal was good but they have a very small delivery area and ours never came up

Daewoo 2000W Convector Heater £12.99 Home Bargains
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LocalLocalFound 30th OctFound 30th Oct
I have one and its very useful indeed! Works a treat and winter is coming Daewoo 2000W Convector Heater The weather outside may be frightful, but inside, it will be delightful! T… Read more
Wongy110

Picked one up today thank you (y)

expresso33

Yes if you want to warm the whole house. If you want to just warm one room then maybe this is OK

bbfb123

So it's better to just run heating over this?

fusion091018

Repost.. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/2000w-daewoo-convector-heater-1299-home-bargains-3054525

escorttwincam

Thanks for sharing - our oil filled just went kaput after 6 or so years so this will do for quick instant heat over the winter months. My local store (Truro) also had Turbo versions for £20 and a smaller oil filled for £25ish seemed to be plenty of stock.

2KW Free Standing Convector Heater £15.99 Oypla
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Found 30th OctFound 30th Oct
2KW Free Standing Convector Heater for £15.99 at Oypla https://oypla.com/home-electrical/heating-cooling/2-kw-free-standing-convector-heater
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19ama91

https://www.homebargains.co.uk/products/14564-daewoo-2000w-convector-heater.aspx

princecharles

Ordered! Thanks

deleted29705

Slightly cheaper at CPC https://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/pel00939/2kw-convector-heater/dp/HG01003

whiteranger87

£12 in my local homebase

Damian66

Cheaper on the Bay; https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F182608102300

Amazon-Vonhaus oscillating tower fan heater - 49.99
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Found 26th OctFound 26th Oct
VonHaus Oscillating Tower Fan Heater - Electric 2KW - Ceramic PTC – 2 Heat Settings, LED Display, Portable Design with Timer & Remote - 2000W Black Best heater tower fan . Che… Read more
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goodfera

Now £10 more expensive and sadly above code no longer works !

andersh

I ended up buying this with the 15% off, and it's decent. The styling is not entirely to my taste, but in comparison to other fan heaters, it's fine. One thing to note is that the timer function is a simple countdown to switch off. You can register it for a 2 year Warranty also on their website. However, this model isn't actually listed so you have to phone. I was surprised they actually have a phone number, and that it was answered quickly.

andersh

This is available on 15% off code deal. PREP15

freyabo

Looks like a slim active speaker.

kgirisankar

The review in Amazon is very good.

Wi-Fi controlled panel heater from Costco £89.99 delivered. (Members only) @ Costco
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LocalLocalFound 23rd OctFound 23rd Oct
Winters coming but you don't need to cold with this 1200w panel heater, download the mill heat app to control the heater from any where in the house, it's programmable, has overhea… Read more
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twe

They seem out of stock. Got an email they will price match the more expensive glass version, rather than this model at the same wattage. Great service to offer that. Just wondering if that's safe in a kid's room as my son's room can be cooler than the rest of the house being front facing. Windows seem fine as house was built in 2009.... Hmmm

cmahey

Fantastic deal, I ordered one a couple of days ago but found it by chance on Costco! Was about to post it, until I saw this post. HEAT!

SherlockGnomes

Similar to my setup with oil filled rads. Good idea with the cut off time.

cartsp

I just use a regular smart plug from amazon for about £20 and have a heater plugged into it, the smart plug can be used remotely over the net, probably works out at half the cost of this and is more flexible (admittedly its a fan heater vs panel). Great being able to turn it on as I leave work in winter so its nice when I get in (I also have it setup with a 45 minute cutoff on the smartplugs app just if I ever forget to turn it off as well).

matwalaboy

These look like the same heaters https://www.amazon.co.uk/1200W-Mill-Designer-Electric-Heater/dp/B07954K4N7/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1540413347&sr=8-8&keywords=wifi+heater+panel !

FireSense Garden patio gas heater £59.98 costco instore (Cardiff)
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LocalLocalFound 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Garden patio gas heather Not sure if nationwide Costco Cardiff
mattr

Good buy but bear in mind a first time gas cylinder lease + gas will cost the same again...

caevv

very expensive to run

col11

Great price heat added But these type are really Fuggly!

m4rky2011

Price ends 97p so will be a clearance line, normally nationwide

Staceymc11

I got 2 last week from Liverpool think they wer £74 each

Pro Breeze 2000W Mini Ceramic Fan Heater - £39.99 - Sold by One Retail Group and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
This fan heater has fantastic reviews and within the top 5 sellers on Amazon, this is the cheapest I've found and you'll see its over £50 via eBay. I've ordered one and it quickl… Read more
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Oneday77

Low in energy....really. It’s a 2kW electric heater.

BIGUSHEADUS

Had a ceramic one I bought from Argos over a year ago and it's brilliant. Cheaper than the tyrannical amazon too.

andersh

3 square meters is 1.5m x 1.5m, or 3 x 1, etc. Small even by London standards surely? Thanks for the comments on the Aldi/Lidl options. I'll steer clear. Although my 2013ish Lidl electric toothbrush is still going strong.

DavidMaclean

Thinking the same.....

itsjustme

So I bought the Aldi one because I thought it looked better and was slightly smaller. But (unless mine is faulty) the fan stays on constantly, even when the heating elements stitch off. Even more frustrating is that the thermostat resets itself everytime you switch it off (or move it and trigger the safety switch. If anyone happens to be able to confirm that the Lidl one differs in this respect that would be awesome.

Bargain 37kw diesel / kerosene heater for workshop / garage / patio etc
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Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
Use code MVC15OFFSEPT for £15 off. Delivery is £4.99 or free collection from store. This is a great price for 37kw. This heats my 3,400sq ft factory from icy cold to 20c in about… Read more
marty-401

sorry only just got back in. 28 second heating oil is basically kerosene ( look on boilerjuice for delivered prices). The main thing with this type of heater is to make sure the fuel going in the tank is CLEAN and no water in it. You will notice that the heat output drops slightly the lower the fuel level gets in the tank due to the air pump they use to lift the fuel and pump it through the nozzle. Some similar heaters use a Danfoss style pump which don't have this effect but do suffer from corrosion if the slightest water gets into the fuel. NEVER use bio diesel as this will rot the fuel pipes and damage Danfoss style pumps. The only slight adjust that may be required is a tweek to the air/fuel pressure to optimise the heat output (a screw on the rear of the air pump type is quick to adjust. Just run the heater in a low light area and set it to a light orange dome with a full tank of fuel and it should change to a dark orange dome, without being fumey, at almost empty).

you_gotta_be_kidding

Ours is used in an open unit with extractors going all day, sensible use is obviously required

The_Hoff

Thought this was a torch on a trailer, like something from Gotham City, disappointed.

jeeeeeez

Hope you've got a carbon monoxide monitor... and I wouldn't fancy being the poor souls working in a soup of diesel exhaust fumes - there is a good reason that cars have very strict emissions standards, even outdoors.

eilz

Please explain further are there any mods required, eg cleaning etc..

shakerstevens

Thank you! I'll have to decide between going for this product and then a fire surround or one of the freestanding electric stoves, like the £49 aldi deal. thanks!

saintsmoney

No problem (y) Btw you could get this for £45 with this code: RM5AUL. But you will need to collect from store as it removes the free delivery code (only 1 code poss) Cheers shaker

shakerstevens

Thank you very much for the super quick reply. Yes I had a feeling it might be like that, thank you !

saintsmoney

No I didn't get one sorry. It def doesn't sit flush with the wall though. It requires a space for its inset design. It will look similar to this:

shakerstevens

Did you buy one? I'm interested in knowing what it looks like at the back, will it fit flush against a wall or does it really need a fire place surround for it to look neat and tidy? thank you !

Flame Effect Heater £49.99 @ Aldi
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Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
Wall mountable 5 flame-effect levels Remote control Adjustable temperature Control panel with LED display Programmable hourly for up to a week Overheat protection Touch cont… Read more
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Anthony_EllisonTpN

I have 5 of these and I can confirm that once any of its functions have been used the blue smile appears but after a short time disappears completely and you are left with just the black surround.

Pateo

I just spoke with Aldi online cs, they couldn't 100% confirm that the on screen blue touch control buttons could be removed during operation of heater, she looked at online user manual, but it appears not to say anything about the control panel! I'm out :{

lilbeastie

All the pics on Aldi’s website show the lights on - shame :(

Pateo

(y)

col11

Yeah I didn't notice that till I seen your post, it does look a bit naff

Dimplex Convector Heater with Timer @Amazon - £28.17 @ Amazon
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Found 30th SepFound 30th Sep
Get ready...winter is coming!! Heat output 2kW Electromechanical timer Freestanding 3 year guarantee Energy Class A
aLV426

I didn't think it needed explaining - by your comment it would make sense to purchase a cheaper model heater as it offers the same functionality at a cheaper price. As everyone else seems to be voting for an identical wattage heater for more money, the emperor's new clothes analogy works (used in reference to a situation in which people believe or pretend to believe in the worth or importance of something that is worthless (in this case a brand name), or fear to point out an obvious truth that is counter to prevailing opinion.). I keep forgetting this is HotUKdeals...

jfhopkin

It's ... a heater. That makes things warm. And it's very cheap at the moment. You'll need to explain your metaphor a bit better if you want people to understand what it is you're trying to say.

aLV426

Wow - do you guys really like the emperor's new clothes or what?

Freelancer

Please do not say summer is over... (skeptical)

umar88

I've had lot of stuff from CPC in the past. Some good some horrendously bad. For something like this which isn't fixed in one place and likely to get some abuse I would say it's worth spending few quid extra for branded stuff for the sake of build quality and design. Possibly longitivity too.

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