Fancy a bit of heat? You’re in the right place!
With the coldest winter in 50 years looming just ahead why not get prepared by getting some choice heating solutions.
The Dimplex FX20V Wall Mounted Heater is small, effecient, low cost and will keep your bottom nice and warm after having a shower in winter!
Having reviewed many dehumidifiers we are, of course, very familiar with many radiator brands such as Prem-I-Air, De’Longhi and Dimplex.
The best radiators contain the same energy saving features as top dehumidifiers. These features include temperature sensors as well as timers.
The Best Radiators and Heaters
Editors Choice: Prem-I-Air 2.5kW EH1364
- Dimplex FX20V Wall Mounted Heater (Ideal for Bathrooms)
- De’Longhi Vento V550715 (Ideal for Small Room)
- De’Longhi Bambino TRN0505M (Ideal for Small Room)
- Dimplex Cadiz Eco (Ideal for Medium Room)
- De’Longhi Dragon-4 TRD4 1025T (Ideal for Large Room)
- Prem-I-Air 2.5kW Eh1364 (Super Energy Efficient)
|Image||Name||Ideal For||More Info|
|Dimplex FX20V||Warm Bathroom in Winter!||More Info|
|De'Longhi Vento V550715||Smaller Rooms||More Info|
|De'Longhi Bambino TRN0505M||Smaller Rooms||More Info|
|Dimplex Cadiz Eco||Small/Medium Room||More Info|
|De'Longhi Dragon-4 TRD4 1025T||Larger Rooms||More Info|
|Prem-I-Air 2.5kW EH1364||Larger Rooms||More Info|
Oil filled radiators can be used in isolation to heat up a room or they can boost your existing heating system.
I personally have the Dimplex FX20V wall mounted heater in my bathroom and I love it! Simply turn it on when going into the shower and the cold disappears. In fact this heater works so well that if you have a prolonged shower you have to turn the heater off otherwise the bathroom will get too hot!
Our star pick is the Prem-I-Air 2.5kW Eh1364 oil filled radiator has the unit contains great features that are very energy efficient. This of course means lower electricity bills which is what everybody wants.
Oil filled radiators are also handy heating units for landlords and tenants to boost the existing heating system in cold winters. For landlords heaters will be tax deductable so it would be worthwhile to spend a little extra money to buy a heater with a recognised brand name and which contains some choice features to keep the tenants electricity bills down.