Oil Filled Radiator

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  1. AuldCodger

    AuldCodger

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    Hi Folks,
    Thought this item may be of interest to some http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/2827_12626.htm
    Aldi have this oil filled rad. on sale this Sunday, we purchased the same one at this time last year and find it ideal when the MH is parked up at home and the temp. is as low as it is at the moment.
    You can set it on timer if you wish or as we do set it to a temp. (58f) and just leave it running.
    Roll on some warmer weather!
    :Cool:
     
  2. dellwood33

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    Could be using one of these to supplement the heating in the house soon ! :Smile:
     
  3. joggerman

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    Tube Heaters

    We use a 'tube' heater.

    These are used under shop windows to stop condensation and start at about 1 foot long, which is the length we have. The longer the length the more hest.
    No controls just a steady 60 watts which helps keep the frost away and costs little to run.
     
  4. gwnking

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    If anyone has a Makro card, we purchased yesterday an DeLonghi 1.5kw oil filled rad for £29.99 + VAT, this offer is on until the 19th Jan.
     
  5. derekfaeberwick

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    They're selling big ones with, I think, 3 settings for about £18 at Poundstretchers.:thumb:
     
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