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Which Are the Cheapest Heaters to Run in Winter?

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Oil filled heaters are usually the cheapest heaters to run. Unfortunately, these heaters do not perform as well as fan or converter heaters. Some oil filled heaters usually take a long time to warm up after being switched on.
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It all depends on the wattage of the heater . Kilowatts is what you are paying for ,so the more the wattage the more you will pay . All electric that I know of use 1500 watts max.
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Electric space heaters are rated in Watts. The higher the wattage, the more heat they produce, and the more electric they use.
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Delonghi HCA530FTS 3kw Convector Heater with 24hr Timer and Fan is recommended as one of cheapest electric heaters to run with EEC cutting costs.
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