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Fine Elements 2Kw Oil Filled Radiator Reduced From £35 to £8.75 Instore @ Tesco (Cardiff)
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Posted 1st AprPosted 1st AprLocalLocal
Fine Elements 2Kw Oil Filled Radiator: Reduced from £35.00 to £8.75 3 Heat settings Castors for movement Built in cable tidy Variable thermostat 2000W power Reduced to cl… Read more

Haha stupid mods


Incredible, I posted a deal on this about three weeks ago (albeit at a slightly higher price) and it was pulled by the mods because of it's non essential shopping nature. Still, gets heat from me.




2 Left in Cardiff Western Avenue earlier, though I suspect they are more than likely available in most Extra stores.


Picked up 2 in Penarth a few days ago (y) They also had silentnight electric blankets £7.50 for single and £8.75 for king size.

Simple Value 0.45kW Mini Freestanding Oil Filled Radiator - £11.99 Delivered @ Argos eBay
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Posted 29th MarPosted 29th Mar
Simple Value 0.45kW Mini Freestanding Oil Filled Radiator - White.Clearance with a 12 month Argos guaranteeThis grey oil-filled mini radiator has a heat output of 450W and a safety… Read more



More heat coming off the cat. :3


Are prices still mental because of COVID?


Thanks for that, ordered one , just need to buy campervan now.


https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/plug-in-heater-for-ps750-at-weeklydeals4less-3660679?page=1&cid=43913740#comment-43913740 This would be better IMO. Much smaller which is something you'd want for a small space. A little more powerful if you want it (I think you can set the power level) and cheaper. About the only downside I can think of is it would likely be a little noisier because of the fan.

10Pcs Brass Valve Keys - £4.99 (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Sold by HAOYUBOTONG and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Posted 26th MarPosted 26th Mar
sufficient quantity to meet your daily demand I posted the warehouse offering at £3.71- mods messed with it.

Tip - older style rads - just hacksaw the end 2-3mm off - taking away the tapered end


for anyone who has older or worn valves i recommend one of these, you'll be able to get one to fit https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/124636688943?ViewItem=&item=124636688943


Don't forget you need two for each dual panel radiator XD


Oh shucks - I have 12 radiators and buying 20 might be a little over the top.


One for each of her radiator wardens.

2500W 11 Fin Oil Filled Radiator - £22.50 + £3.95 Delivery @ Dunelm
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Posted 2nd MarPosted 2nd Mar
2500W 11 Fin Oil Filled Radiator - £22.50 + £3.95 Delivery @ Dunelm£26.45£4541% offDunelm Deals
Finished in white, this eleven fin oil-filled radiator features a thermostat control and three heat settings. Equipped with a cable tidy and castors for easy manoeuvrability, it is… Read more

I would advise you to get in touch with a local university, they will send some investigators round to see why your house defies the laws of thermodynamics.


technically yes but how good are they at heating a space. I have a couple and the Delonghi one with closed sides that work like chimneys is much better at heating up the space round it even thought they are both 2000 watt


They give out 2500 watts of heat, exactly the same as any other 2500w heater.


Check your energy bill and see how much you’re paying per kWh - this will use 2.5kWh every hour if on full... quite expensive really, wouldn’t want it on all day whilst working at home. Let’s say 18p per kWh, 4 hours a day for a month = £54


These don't give out much heat and cost a fortune to run. Please check reviews on Dunelm before buying.

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Netatmo Additional Smart Radiator Valve - Ships from Amazon EU £44.60 (Eligible for Prime)
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Posted 28th FebPosted 28th Feb
Netatmo Additional Smart Radiator Valve - Ships from Amazon EU £44.60 (Eligible for Prime)£44.60Amazon Deals
Netatmo Additional Smart Radiator Valve - Currently available directly from Amazon (but shipped from the EU) for £48.37. Edit: Dropped to £47.28 on 01/03/2021. Dropped again to £46… Read more



I'm not sure what or if there are limitations with the Meross system? It's a small hub (tiny).😁 But at the moment I only need 5 for the 5 new radiatiors I've had put in. I'll likely get more when or if I replace the other radiators. If Netatmo offered these at a more sensible price I'd be all over them😁


Cheapest I've seen is around £40. Only problem I've found is you are limited to 10 "rooms" with the Netatmo system, so have to be creative if you need more. Technical support have said this will be increased to 15 in the future.


I've seen these as low as £35 in the last 6 months and should've jumped on them at that price. I was initially worried when buying the meross thermostatic valves that there'd be some sort of conflict between the two systems...but no problems so far. Obviously the Netatmo would've been better I'd imagine.


Definitely expensive. I've ordered the last four I need so I have one on every radiator. They do work though and have lowered our gas bill over the last few months.

2000W 9 Fin Oil Filled Radiator - £17.50 / £21.45 delivered @ Dunelm
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Posted 27th FebPosted 27th Feb
2000W 9 Fin Oil Filled Radiator - £17.50 / £21.45 delivered @ Dunelm£17.50£3550% offDunelm Deals
Keep warm and cosy in your home with this durable oil filled radiator, designed in a contemporary grey metal, it includes an adjustable thermostat to keep your surroundings at a co… Read more

Just had a quote for one, 14k to install, but get 12k back with RHI payments


Just to give an example of the possible running costs over a year, if you just use it to heat one room. Obviously, it'd be much less in summer and much more in winter. As the most expensive form of heating, I don't think people always get the idea of how expensive it is


Why would you have a radiator on for 4 hours per day in July, for example? You'd be better off just saying it costs 36p per hour.


Would an air heat pump be more fuel-efficient than this radiator? Both run on electricity. Like this:


True, of course, and that should bring reductions in prices and improved technologies.