Thermostatic plug.

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    I can't remember if it was on here, but I read about it somewhere. It is a plug which you can set to as low as 5 degrees C and then plug in a heater (we use a 120 watt tube heater) and as the temperature drops down, it switches on the heater. Brilliant !!! And using a tube heater, there is nothing to catch fire in case of a mishap.. Got it on Fleabay £16 plus P and P.
    Hope this helps somebody. Mitch. :thumb:
     
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    Yes, agreed Brian, but mounted ours on a piece of 5 ft x 6 inch board, so it lies flat on the floor. It looks like we may need it next week !!! Throw another log on the wood burner mate.. Mitch..
     
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    We just plug in our convector heater.

    It is dual voltage, and has a thermostat fitted.

    About £30.

    We also have a Halogen, so plenty choice.

    We've left it on 12C overnight and been soooo cosy.

    We also use it to 'air' the van for visitors who come and need a bed for the night.
     
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