Simple Value 1kW Oil Filled Radiator415/2318

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Aug: off. Sept: low. Oct: med. Nov high. Featuring a cream, white and light grey finish, this oil-filled radiator from the Simple Value Range has a heat output of 1kW and a variable thermostat with frost protection. It has a choice of three heat settings and a safety cut out switch to prevent it from overheating.

  • Suitable for room size up to 10m2.
  • Heat output 1kW.
  • 3 heat settings.
  • Freestanding.
  • Frost protection.
  • Castors.
  • Safety cut out switch.
  • Size H63, W28, D63cm.
  • Supplied assembled.

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Powerful little heater

Powerful little heater easily moved from room to room

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5 / 5
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It looks fab and it warms my home within 5 mins wo

Excellent heater warms your home within 5 minutes. Would reccomend this to a friend

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5 / 5
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Fantastic heater!

Great heater! Love the 3 heat settings as well as the thermostat! I have mine in a shed with my pets in to keep them warm through winter and on cold nights, it's perfect and does a great job! Well it did until my pet rabbit ate through the cable 2 weeks after i bought the heater! So now I have no heater again!

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is it expensive to run?

Is it expensive to run like the electric fan heaters? My housemates refuse to let us put the heating on because o the bills and I want a fairly inexpensive secret heating device that wont make too much of a difference in electric price.

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1 kW is the output in form of heat. You actually need the input energy. To obtain the electricity energy input, do the following operation: 240 V times the Amps the device states somewhere. The quantity should be higher than 1000 W (otherwise you would be violating basic thermodynamic concepts!)

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a 1 kw heater will burn one kw of electricity per hour (on max setting) , so it depends what your electricity supplier charges ?

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What wattage are the three heat settings?

I assume setting three is 1Kw, but what are the other two settings? Thanks.

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Page two of instruction book 400w/600w/1000w

Hope this helps

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does this heater use much electric

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Hi, thank you for your question.

Having looked into this for you, I can confirm that this heater will use 900-1100 Watts depending on the setting this will be set at.

Thank you for using Argos Q&A.

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