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VAVA Milk Steamer Foamer Liquid Heater with Hot or Cold Milk £21.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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21/06/2019Expires on 21/06/2019Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Always wanted one of these for fancy coffees at home, and this looks just the job! Be sure to click the promotional message and redeem the voucher before adding the item to your b… Read more
mickrick

So why is it described as a steamer?

achilles2020

His very fussy with food. Doesn't eat properly then cries for milk at night. His my only one so still learning on the job.

Dylan1357

If you’ve moved to whole milk your little one is likely 1yr old? I’d be moving away from a night feed at that age, should be getting plenty of energy from food and a bottle before bed. Try weaning them away from the night feed instead...

ichayan

or this https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/MiddleofLidl.htm?articleId=23038

achilles2020

Thanks

JML Handy Heater, clearance price £10.00 at Wilkinson's in Watford. More than one available, possibly available at other branches of Wilko.
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Posted 13th JunPosted 13th JunLocalLocal
The JML Handy Heater gives you personal heat wherever you go. Simply plug the heater into a plug socket and set the temperature to keep chills at bay. Ideal for garages, shops, off… Read more
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Mr_Gus

How well insulated is your caravan or is it bog standard?

marleycat

I bought two of these for our caravan. Even with both on the heat output was only just noticeable in a small room. Also need clearance underneath so unsuitable for some sockets. Quite noisy too. Wouldn't recommend.

Pateo

No stock Liverpool city centre, they said discontinued!

sheffield788

Negative votes, negative comments, still, apart from a few, nobody came with a reason why this is rubbish or share personal experiences with this device. I don't believe these are great, but I will not vote cold just because I believe something about a thing I never seen before.

RichardBRiddick

NO.. A bin man. (lol)

Fine Elements 2000W Flat Fan Heater for £3.75 @ Tesco
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Refreshed 2nd JunRefreshed 2nd Jun
Good for the price. :) - Two Heat Settings 1000W/2000W - Thermostatic Control - Safety Cut Out This is a high performance heater that delivers 2kw of heating power. Desi… Read more
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jinkssick

Wow your very rude. Just walk away onto another deal, we are not here solely for your pleasure/conveninece.

Taka_nai

Just picked up my shopping from Newcastle KP store. No substitutes and picked up two of these.

Cr0m

Something of the Jeremy Kyle about this thread. Also, great price but sometimes comments about the efficiency of these.

Reek_Greyjoy

Was this sent in error?

furiousjammin

Why is this featured in the WhatsApp message? It's obvious from the comments above its out of stock. And also misleading as the click and collect charge needs to be added. Oh I forgot, it was posted by an "expert"...

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Infrared Mirror Radiator Heater £159.80 @ Bathstore
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Down from £799.00. This infrared mirror radiator provides a healthier alternative to conventional heating systems. Compared to standard radiators, it is very space and energy effi… Read more
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daveateallyourbees

Looks like a great deal, infra red heaters are very nice and efficient. Can’t see anything much close to this price on a quick look

Gollywood

Healthier?

MEDICGUY

400 Watts of heat... You'd be better off with a few candles

Garden Glow  Electric Patio heater with LED light £129.99 Amazon  sold by CLIFFORD JAMES.
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Yes, this is IN stock unlike the fantasy not in stock Aldi deal. NO, it does not have speakers! Yes, it's an extra £4.99 delivery. Yes it's £30 quid more than the Aldi one. Yes… Read more
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blue_eyes777

That "deal" never existed, was OOS yet is still live and is on 249 degrees. Go HUKD!

blue_eyes777

Let's see how cold we can make this ironic deal.

Kie4King

How come I’ve never thought of this?!

thr0tt

Alexa "Heat the sky", "Ok". No Alexa, No Deal, I want to be able to heat my garden before I get home from the pub so I can sleep in the bush warm in these cold summer months.

Rocknroiia

Its 37% more expensive than the aldi one too. Cold.

2kw convector heater ALDI £5.99 instore only (OOS online)
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Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd MayLocalLocal
Swindon (Bruce st. Bridges store)
freyabo

Thanks OP :)

ItsKimbo

3 heat settings, adjustable thermostat, overheat protection.

col11

Great deal just don't forget Aldi/Lidl instore deals are store specific, probably will be reduced in most stores but not necessarily the same reductions Heat added

Gardenline Electric Patio Heater With A Bluetooth Speaker And Coloured changing LED Lights £99.99 @ Aldi
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Goes on sale May 23rd. Features Provides a warm glow and ambient heat Colour changing LED light Built in Bluetooth speakers so that you can wirelessly play all your favo… Read more
BenjiMay

I have expired the deal.

FunkiestMonkey

It depends what plan you are on. But thanks for putting a figure on it.

Keith_Moon

Maybe not

smallsteve

Maybe move the 65” tv onto the patio so you not only get to watch the footie outdoors and stay warm-ish, but also save the planet and £99 to-boot. Thank me later!

Keith_Moon

26p an hour - for something that will only be used here and there not going to cost a fortune to run

Immersion heater spanner free at What! More Rogerstone Newport
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Posted 18th MayPosted 18th MayLocalLocal
Located behind checkouts is a trolley marked "free" filled with these spanners. Guessing they're not used often these days, but if you happen to need one... Looked something lik… Read more
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digbys

I thought a box spanner was what you use to take the wife's knickers off?

Ren71377

These are rubbish . No plumber in the trade would use one . I use a box spanner for my immersion elements and I change one a fortnight.

ho5dow

Sometimes the immersion heater last longer than the copper tank, I replaced my leaky copper tank two months ago and immersion heater still work, its being use every day for over 10 years. Definitely not use often unless you are a plumber.

kablpe

Thrilling

accvio

I'm not knocking free. Free is good. But I had major problems with undoing an immersion heater, and nearly damaged the tank using an inferior spanner (replacing the tank would have been expensive) I bought a heavy cast iron spanner from Amazon for around £20 and it did the job like magic. Your choice.

Fine Elements 2000W Flat Fan Heater for £7.50 @ Tesco
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
Decent fan heater on low price offer at Tesco Two Heat Settings 1000W/2000W - Thermostatic Control - Safety Cut Out This is a high performance heater that delivers 2kw of … Read more
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Decoded

Bought one that was identical to this model (Daewoo) from Wilko. The thermostat was useless and it never seemed to knock off. Sorry but not impressed with it!

teerex

Thanks, will pop in to have a look and stock up for winter haha

chezborg

These are being sold off at B&M and saw a few at B&M Express this week- rebadged but identical unit- it was £3 in B&M and £3.99 in Express for some reason!

ST3123

Perfect for the middle of summer (cheeky)

Daewoo Small Stove Effect Heater 1850W HEA1128  £32.50  @ Wilko  free C&C
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Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
4.8 (4) reviews are good on site :) Realistic, warming fire effect 2 useful heat settings Fan assisted heating Add heat to your room while also creating the warming eff… Read more
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Pricklerickle

I can watch TV with it no problem, and if heat keeps in room sure

freyabo

Hi, Is it noisy, and is heat enough to warm a small room? I had a fan heater, but it really made the air very dry.

iDealYou

Thanks.

Pricklerickle

You can have it. 1kw or 2kw so about 17 or about 32p a hour, comes with thermostat so cuts off, these. Look when using it with central heating

Pricklerickle

I got one when 50, very good, for boost of heat and looks nice

Daewoo Heater Offers at Wilko e.g. Daewoo Convector Heater 2000W - £12.50 (Free C&C)
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Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
Came across some good heater offers at Wilko which I thought I would share with everyone especially with the recent cold chill. The list below is in no particular order although … Read more
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apjashley1

Branded Beldray but otherwise identical. Both of those models in the post.

Saj644

Same one or similar one?

fame

Are they good hanging on walls for a previous garage room now converted to be a living room? Or is better of getting traditional electric radiators? (y)

wishwish

Nice find,will check my local,thank you.

apjashley1

£6 at B+M

Essentials C20FHW18 Portable Hot & Cool Fan Heater - White - £7.97 @ Currys PC World (Free C&C)
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
Looks like the cheapest it's ever been and seems decent value - especially with the annual UK heat wave around the corner (3 days @ 23 degrees, then back to light drizzle...) Thou… Read more
amour3k

Hmmmmmmmm, yep, I had gathered such too ... (thanx). But major OUCHIES though. :-( Sorry about your all but near fatal 'experience', I don't want to think what could have happened IF you didn't have a smoke alarm? (or worse yet, you did, but it FAILED ... ) Thanx for your experience anyway though. :-)

freyabo

A cautionary tale......... Amour, your fears are not misplaced at all, if my recent experience is anything to go by. I bought a similar fan last December. It did output sufficient heat, but it was noisy in a rattle rattle sort of way, and made the air very dry. Worst of all, a few weeks ago, it started emitting smoke, and then, with a bang! the internal wires caught fire🔥🔥 enough to set off the fire alarm. Needless to say, I won't be buying such dangerous tat again.

Jo444

I have multiple fan heaters as I have only electric heating. There is reason why is this heater often on sale. There is noise and noise. This buzzing and loud. Yes it's produce 2.2 kw but next to this https://direct.asda.com/george/home/fans-heating/fine-elements-2000w-flat-fan-heater/050475420,default,pd.html?cgid=D26M10G10C04 which I also have is output heat somehow lower. It's probably because airflow is bigger on flat heater or is more directed. Cable is really shorter and diameter of cable seems to be also smaller. I usually use fan heater to heat bathroom in winter before bath and this heat it slower than generic cheap fan. On other side I also have portable Simplex 402TSTi (25 pounds from Amazon sale)it is just standalone heater without fan and it heat bathroom nearly 2x faster, even my wife use it to quick heat room rather than any fan heater. Best what I have is De'Longhi Dragon oil heater but there is huge price step. There is always math calculation and real feel I should return this fan heater but I was just too lazy to drive in store. It's also have small safety switch on bottom what is bit annoying on some surfaces.

amour3k

Interesting, funnily enough, I had wondered, on account of an earlier comment here: https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/37589954 So on account of your current comment here: https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/37590634 I'd like to ask you this, that much power from something that's literally that small, how long (in 'real World' term's), can/would something like that realistically last for, before either shorting out/burning out it's own elements, and/or possibly exploding on you instead, or whatever?. Much as I also like these cute sort of dinky thing's, etc, I'll be still a wee little bit scared of potential future 'issues' ... :-( Or are my fears for such thing's somewhat/rather misplaced, or something?, thanx.

pibpob

It consumes 2.2kW. It will therefore produce 2.2kW of heat. You can only get 3kW out of a 13A socket, so any alternatives will only produce 30% more.

Half Price Fine Elements Heaters from £7.50 @ George (Free C&C)
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Posted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
Seen a couple heaters at George on half price offer... Fine Elements 2000W Flat Fan Heater - Was £15.00 Now £7.50 Perfect for small spaces, whether it be the bedroom or the … Read more
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BernieSlam

I do need to know, as I cannot be sure if said prices are too historic to be relevant or not, hence why I asked. Thank you for providing said information, as it does in fact make a judgment on the decency of a deal more accurate.

Common.Sense

You do not need to know this. You need to know historic prices in the last few months. You can evaluate whether you think the price will drop or not and whether this is a good deal. It is impossible to make an accurate decision. It is speculation, based upon trends and your intuition. Do I need to do the work for you? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fanheater-free-click-collect-from-wilko-10-3098146 This went down to £2.50. https://www.hotukdeals.com/search?q=wilko+heater

9glens

Be warned, these things eat electricity, at least the one i have [which looks like this] does

BernieSlam

You haven't said exactly when that deal was though, so it's not possible to make an accurate decision on whether or not it's a good deal..

Common.Sense

It allows you to decide if you believe it is a great deal. £2.50 -v- £7.50. Common sense really!

Gardenline  200W Electric Patio Heater & 3 Years Guarantee, £39.99 + Free Delivery @ Aldi (Instore / Online)
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Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
£39.99 & Free Delivery, no code needed.This Patio Heater is a great device to have when those warm days turn cold. Featuring an adjustable height, the infrared heater can also … Read more
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Slick_uk

then its not going to heat much up is it?

WeeWifie

Don't people just do what us Scottish do when it gets cold outside (after rare bits of outside heat here)? Just go inside, layer up, or get TF on with it :) ? No? Neighbours had an all night party outdoors at the end of October when it was baltic. They finished up at 8am. Not a patio heater in sight (party)

chitychatty

Brits "I AINT PAYIN £3.57 A YEAR TO HAVE ALL THOSE BENEFITS OF FRICTION-LESS TRADE WITH 27 COUNTRIES ON OUR DOORSTEPS" Also Brits "I might get this patio heater to heat the outside"

t0022

This isn't worth it, it isn't powerful enough to heat anything beyond about 50cm outside. I've kept mine for when I work in the shed! As an outdoor unit it is useless!

wezzel98765

Why ? It’s only 200w....

VonHause 2000W Oscillating Remote Controlled Ceramic Fan Heater - £12.99 delivered direct from VonHaus
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Posted 12th AprPosted 12th Apr
Just bought one of these. Seems like an absolute bargain to me. They're £30 on Amazon (see link below). https://www.amazon.co.uk/VonHaus-Oscillating-Ceramic-Fan-Heater/dp/B07GD… Read more
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heathergreen1

I hate posting deals that go out of stock or change so quickly that no one benefits. Really glad that some of us managed to get one! :)

swtchick87

Received mine today!

nut14

Price showing £32.99 now. Just had a dispatched email £12.99 (y)

Aa_Gg

It's 32.99??

swtchick87

Great deal thanks

Fine Elements 2000W upright fan heater £7.50  instore in Tesco Narborough road Leicester
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Posted 10th AprPosted 10th AprLocalLocal
Fine Elements 2000W upright fan heater in tesco Narborough road Leicester
Beldray 2000w Convector Heater - Instore B&M Wallsend - £6
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Posted 2nd AprPosted 2nd Apr
Heat output 2kW. 3 heat settings. Safety cut out switch. Thermostatically controlled. Freestanding. Size H36, W54, D20cm.
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sam_of_london

Voted hot

ukhotdeals1

Saw them at the weekend, they also had 500w plug-in ceramic heaters for a few quid.

DazLFC

Beware of these guys...I bought one and noticed the plug got so hot when plugged in, that it was too hot to remove from socket for about 20mins after switching off. Definite fire risk

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