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  Reply # 1060324 6-Jun-2014 11:12
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alvin:
Has anyone tried the warehouse panel heater?  I'm keen to get a couple but would like to hear from others if the quality is good.  Or if someone could recommend a good panel heater.  i'm really keen on those with stand so that i could move it around and later on decide to mount it on the wall.

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Ill be firing up the "Eco-saver" branded one this weekend, will let you know :)





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  Reply # 1060370 6-Jun-2014 13:03
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I figured, instead of having a single 2-2.4KW heater trying to heat for bedrooms, its better to use 4x425W in each bedroom. Works out well for me.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1060497 6-Jun-2014 18:05
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If you're talking about a heatpump, i hope you realise that to produce that 425 watts of heat you'll be consuming 425 watts of power, unlike a heatpump that uses say 2kw of power to produce 5kw of heat.

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