Daewoo Oil Filled 1500W Portable Radiator with Thermostat and Temperature Control - Ideal for Home, Garage or Office - White
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They are also designed with wheels to allow for easy portability, meaning you can easily move the radiator between rooms in your home or office. On top of this, to ensure extra safety, they come with built-in tip over cut out technology, which automatically switches the heater off should it tip over. Depending on what sized room you're wanting to heat, our oil filled heaters range from our mini radiator which is 800W in power right up to our larger 2500W oil filled radiator, meaning you’ll be able to find something to suit your requirements. The standout feature of this model is the digital display and remote control operation. Although you have to pay a premium, it’s perfect for those that struggle to move around or simply want to warm up whilst staying in bed.
For quite some time, oil-filled radiators have quietly played the role of winter’s unsung heroes by delivering a dependable and energy-efficient means of ensuring a warm and cozy atmosphere in your home. Unlike other electric heaters, they provide a stable room temperature as it outputs a steady flow of heat. They are also much safer to use because there are no exposed heating elements present in the construction. But when the cold weather closes in during Autumn and Winter, it’s easy to get carried away with exactly how much electricity we are using, especially when it comes to heating your home.
Energy efficient design, the oil retains its heat better than traditional radiators or convector heaters The Warmlite radiator is another affordable option that’s available with heat outputs of 650, 1,500, 2,000 and 2,500W. Regardless of the model you choose, each offers the choice of three temperatures that efficiently heat the room.
Energy costs are still at the forefront of many people's minds. This is partly down to the fact that working from home and hybrid working is now more common than ever, but also because of the cost of energy.Oil-filled heaters tend to take longer to heat up than other electrical convection heaters, but keep heating the room longer after they are switched off.