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Argos Value Range 2kW Convector Heater.

 415/2181
£22.99
Argos Value Range 2kW Convector Heater.

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To keep you warm throughout the winter months, this Argos Value Range white and black convection heater is thermostatically controlled with three heat settings and a safety cut out feature.

  • Heat output 2kW.
  • 3 heat settings.
  • Safety cut out switch.
  • Thermostatically controlled.
  • Wall mountable.
  • Wall fixings included.
  • Size H39, W52, D11cm.
  • EAN: 4152181.

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Customer reviews and ratings

Argos Value Range 2kW Convector Heater. 4.6 5 747 835
Good size heater whilst remaining slim and compact, needed to heat summer house, great heater for price, 2 heat settings, would recommend 23 September 2014
Good value for money The fire is very sturdy with strong feet unlike other heaters we have purchased in the past. The heater is also compact, slightly smaller than others on the market. The 3 levels of heat selection is also a good feature. Would highly recommend this product. 23 September 2014
argos 2kw convector heater Small and compact, economical to run. Quick to heat up. 1.250/750kw gives a better choice of heat settings plus a thermostat control. Ideal for small and medium sized rooms. Highly recommended. 12 September 2014
smaller than thought thought this product would have been bigger but will suffice as is for small bedroom 09 September 2014
This product is exactly what we needed, it heats the room up fast and its also cheap. I can recommend this product to everyone. 05 September 2014
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Dimensions

3 weeks, 4 days ago
The website dimensions detail this heater is 11cm deep, could someone confirm this please as it seems quite a lot thinner than any others I've looked at

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3 weeks, 1 day ago
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Its a little narrower than others but that means it will fit into smaller space have mine in summer house and fits perfectly as have a 2+3seater shelving unit and tv stand in there highly recommend
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1 month, 2 weeks ago
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i don't see why not, i bought 3 of these, and they give off a good heat, auto switch off, so it should be safe.
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1 month, 2 weeks ago
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It certainly would. With 2 heat settings and an adjustable thermostat this heater is good value for the money.
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1 month, 2 weeks ago
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Great heater with loads of heat from it. We have it in our
kitchen which is quite large and it is great for a cool
morning. Very suitable for static caravan.
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1 month, 2 weeks ago
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I can see no reason why not - it is a very efficient item and generates more than adequate heat
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whats it run on ?

7 months ago
is it just a mains electric plug or oil run ?
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7 months ago
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Mains electric plug
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7 months ago
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Mains electric plug
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7 months ago
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electric
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7 months ago
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MAINS electric plug
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7 months ago
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Its mains electric
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7 months ago
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It is a plug in mains electricity
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7 months ago
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It runs only on a mains electric plug.
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7 months ago
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Mains electric. I haven't found any real difference in my election bill even though I use this for quite a few hours most days
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7 months ago
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Electric
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7 months ago
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It runs on just a mains electric plug.
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7 months ago
I've had the heater about 2 months and have used it about 5 times in total. However, whenever I turn the heater on regardless of what settting I put the dial on, it cuts out every 30 seconds or so before turning back on. So in essence it turns on and off regularly every 30 seconds. It is doing very little to heat the room up which is a pain. Anyone with a similar issue? Anything I can do?
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7 months ago
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It sounds like the "Thermostat" is not working properly, suggest new Thermostat.
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7 months ago
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Never had this problem with mine it works fine. I'd return it if I were you
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