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Dimplex Eco White IPX4 Thermostatic Electric Tubular Space Heater £18.15
Dimplex Eco White IPX4 Thermostatic Electric Tubular Space Heater
The ECOT range of eco-heaters from Dimplex feature a discreet, smart design, in varying sizes in 1ft increments, for a huge range of applications, from airing cupboards to shop windows and greenhouses.
Comes with a 1 Year Warranty.
There are 17 reviews with an average rating of 4.88
Louise from United Kingdom05 December 2015 11:25
Seen these in my local church Hall one cold day We were at a wedding. How sad am i - i took a picture of this and went home to see if i could buy it online. I wanted it as i didnt have much room under a small boot room seat. This is doing a fantastic job and also helps dry wet shoes and boots left below it.
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner25 February 2016 13:16
Satisfied customer, speedy delivery,product well packaged and exactly as described Heater good quality and working well!
Rory from United KingdomOwner09 March 2016 12:17
Bought this to replace one that we already had that didn't have thermostat - it's great that you can turn the heat up when you need to dry clothes and down when not really in use!
Jackie from United KingdomOwner04 May 2016 17:47
Some of my gardening friends are afraid of going for the eco versions as they won't give out the same heat. I decided to go for the Dimplex knowing it was a reputable brand and I am suprised by the output on it! It seems to provide an even better output than that it has replaced! Thanks
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner18 November 2017 16:25
Purchased the 80W heter for my workshop shed for minimum heat overnight. Nice looking heater, easy to install and appears to work well. The thermostat control allows some control of the heat output. Delivery from Electric World was excellent.
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Donna from United Kingdom asks
I have a detached single bricked garage 5m x 5m with no insulation but it has a plywood roof/attic - I want to maintain the garage at 10C could you please advise how many of these I would need. Thank you
roger from United Kingdom asks
do you know how much it is to run one of these heaters per day
Nicole from United States asks
How many amps does this use? Thank you!
Simon from Canada asks
Can you tell me the input voltage requirements for these. I would like to order these for use in Canada. Thanks
Mike from United Kingdom asks
Can this be use with timer on the socket?
Brett from United Kingdom asks
hi i need to heat the inside of a wooden insulated box 600mm x 600mm x 800 mm tall insulated with celertex i need it to be a constant 20 to 22 degrees i am castin resin and need it to cure over the winter will the 40W one do that or will i need 2 can anyone help please
Martin from Ireland asks
Would it be good to heat a caravan in winter
Sammy from United Kingdom asks
Hi, Which size would you suggest for a shed which is 1.5m x2m . It would be used on a timer in winter just to keep the chill off for our chickens in really cold weather on a night . Also how much would it roughly cost to run per hour. As thinking one of these would be perfect Many thanks Sammy
Dan from United Kingdom asks
Hi. What is the maximum temperature the 1ft unit can reach? Main point being, could it for instance set a curtain on fire? or similar? Thanx.
Alex from United Kingdom asks
What fuse in the plug does the 1ft 40w require
Alex from United Kingdom asks
Is the plug a complete unit or can it be dismantled, as I need to pass the wire through a hole to reach a socket.
Dominic from United Kingdom asks
Hi. I want to use a 300mm tubular heater inside my car during the Winter to keep the condensation away and prevent damage to the interior leather and carpets. The car will also be stored inside an inflatable cover (Carcoon) Will this tubular heater be ok or do you have an alternative suggestion please? Will it be safe to use too please? Thank you
Heather from Australia asks
Could you tell me can I get this item with or for an Australian plug and does it omit any light? Thx
Kurt from United States asks
My desire would be to use this for heating a fermentation box. What would the maximum temperature be? Typically 38 to 42 degrees but occasionally 70-80 degrees using an external thermostat in a meter cubed insulated heat safe space is ideal.
Darin from United States asks
I live in the united states. What do I need to do to use this in the U.S. with lower voltage. Ours is 120s And 15amps. I know I need a plug adapter but do I need anything else to step up the power or will it be ok?
Matt from United Kingdom asks
Im looking to heat a fish room, garage being 16ft long by 8ft wide how many of these would i need and what size Thanks matt
Lee from United States asks
I'm in the U.S. and can't find tubular greenhouse heaters anywhere for our 120V grid. If I were to have these fitted with a 120V plug, would they work ok here? What do you mean by they will "draw a higher damage"?
Eoin from Ireland asks
What wattage would you recommend for an area of 10 cubic metres, no insultation, to keep a temperature of 5+ degrees? Many thanks
Rachael from United Kingdom asks
I want to heat a tortoise house (insulated shed). 1.5m x 1.5m. I need a continuous temp of 18 degrees. Is it possible to set this heater to 18 degrees or does it not reach that kind of temperature?
Pat from United Kingdom asks
I have a small 6 foot by 4 foot greenhouse here in North Dublin and I am looking for a greenhouse heater. A colleague suggested a 'tubular' heater as they are water/damp resistant and better than traditional methods of heating a greenhouse. I am looking for one that has a thermostat and can keep a greenhouse of this size kept over 16 degrees plus during winter. Would this product do and what size would you recommend?
Ronnie from United Kingdom asks
Please can you describe the differences between the Tubular Heaters by dimplex, greenbrook and eterna? Thanks