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Dimplex 2kw Convector Heater $20, Dimplex Oil Free Column Heater with Thermostat & Turbo $20 + Shipping @ 1-day, The Market


Price drop.

Similar deal was posted back in August of 2022.

Dimplex ECR15FB

  • Oil-free and lightweight
  • Turbo fan for instant heat
  • 5 Fin design
  • Dimensions (WxDxH): 280 x 320 x 635mm
  • Thermostat: Yes
  • Speed/Heat Settings: 2
  • Controls: Manual

Dimplex 402TSFTI-AU

  • 2kW with 1kW mode
  • Turbo fan for even room heating
  • 24hr timer
  • Wall mounted or free standing
  • Thermostat
  • Cut-out switch if tipped over
  • Dimensions (LxDxW): 610 x 200 x 440
  • Wattage: 2000W
  • Thermostat control: Yes
  • Remote control: No

^ Some concerns about this heater

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  • After using both, I've found Dimplex 402TSFTI-AU heats a room up a lot faster than Dimplex ECR15FB in both a big room and small room.

    Also had one wheel from my Dimplex ECR15FB break (the plastic housing so there is no way to attach the roller feet back)

    • Which one do you recommend for a medium sized bedroom/office?

      • Purely on the construction itself i'd go with 402TSFTI-AU. No free rolling wheels to break. I hate moving parts (mechanical engineer)

    • Dimplex 402TSFTI-AU 2000w Dimplex ECR15FB 1500W, Energy in and energy out .Dimplex website they boast about reducing your carbon footprint but that quality and price point I can't help but feel they are contributing to more landfill in a few years time.

    • Are both fine to use with a smart plug and will turn on if power is cut then restored? We've got a half decent heater that won't turn itself back on when you power cycle it and it annoys the hell out of me not being able to just automate it's functionality.

  • Also, isn't "oil" version of these more efficient? As in, yes it takes power to heat the oil up initially but after that the heater keeps emitting heat much better than direct electricity/fan kind of heaters? - I could be wrong..

  • I purchased 3 of the Dimplex 402TSFTI-AU and they have all been great. The fan makes it faster to heat bedrooms up but if you want it to be silent you can just turn that off.
    I only considered this model because it was recommended by Consumer and didn't break the bank so i am very happy with my purchase. At $20 thats an incredible price compared to what I payed for it!

    Only concern is the legs don't feel like they are screwed on very tightly so just have to be careful whenever moving it.

  • Any reviews on the dehumidifier
    Dimplex 9L Desiccant Dehumidifier GDDEKD9W

    • I have the version without the carbon filters.
      pros: It's very effective at removing moisture from the air. Performance doesn't drop off with low air temps like compressor variants. Laundry mode effective at speeding up drying washing during winter.
      cons: fan on the louder side imo - I struggle to sleep if it is running in the same room.
      pro/con: doubles as a low power heater as it outputs 400-700w depending on mode selected.

    • Yeah, that's a great price on the dehumidifier. Tempting to buy another one.

  • I've bought the Oil-free Dimplex ECR15FB in the past and it has been the most unsatisfactory heater I have ever owned. In fact, I would argue that the compact $11 heaters sold at The Warehouse are significantly better, as they warm up a room more quickly and can maintain the heat for a longer period.

    • I‘ve had the opposite experience. Mine heats up a room real well. I only ever use it in closed rooms though (as apposed to an open space like a living room).

      Scratch that. I have a different model.

    • +1

      I find it works well for keeping the chill off overnight, only need it on quite a low setting too, but that is in a small single bedroom

  • Can just buy directly through the warehouse, same price for 402TSFTI-AU. Online only easier for warranty

  • Any guesses on when this sale will finish? Wondering if another market code will come out anytime soon.

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