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    Quote Originally Posted by harrow View Post
    Wilko sell 3 different ones for 15 each!
    Identical heaters at our local Range store at 9.99
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    Well after looking at several I decide to buy this one as lower wattage than the other and from Argos so no problems returning if a fault develops also cheaper. used it for a few days and does what I need it to

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    This is a handy little heater - takes very little space, and has 1kw / 2kw settings, thermostat and overheat protection. free delivery from CPC.
    Only 9.50 + VAT. Presently Out of stock, but new stocks in on 16 Jan.

    https://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/pel...fan/dp/HG00958

    Dave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witzend View Post
    Well after looking at several I decide to buy this one as lower wattage than the other and from Argos so no problems returning if a fault develops also cheaper. used it for a few days and does what I need it to
    That really does look like a lovely little unit.
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    You made a good choice ,very similar to mine now over ten years old .great for low amps hook up ,thanks for letting us know your' choice .
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    Not a lot of good for wild camping.
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    What size and type of MH are you guys heating with these ceramic heaters??

    Me, if on EHU, take along an oil filled rad, that I can put my feet on!
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    Quote Originally Posted by runnach View Post
    What size and type of MH are you guys heating with these ceramic heaters??

    Me, if on EHU, take along an oil filled rad, that I can put my feet on!
    I have a 2kW Fan Heater identical to the one Davep1000 linked to - great for getting some fast heat into the van (got mine from The Original Factory Shop - 12)
    I also have a 500W Oil-Rad from Argos - as you say, handy as a foot stool

    Both only for use when hooked up

    PS - the Fan Heater is also handy just as a fan blower in the summer to get some air circulation (that is usuable on the battery via inverter)
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    Quote Originally Posted by wildebus View Post
    I have a 2kW Fan Heater identical to the one Davep1000 linked to - great for getting some fast heat into the van (got mine from The Original Factory Shop - 12)
    I also have a 500W Oil-Rad from Argos - as you say, handy as a foot stool

    Both only for use when hooked up

    PS - the Fan Heater is also handy just as a fan blower in the summer to get some air circulation (that is usuable on the battery via inverter)
    I have a fan heater, too. Good for getting heat to rear bed area of MH and as you mention, good to move cool air during the summer months using inverter.
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