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Slim Digital Ceramic Heater

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About this product


  • 2000W power output
  • Digital controls built into the front of the heater to allow for quick setup
  • Temperature controlled through the built-in thermostat

Product overview

• 2000W power output
• Digital controls built into the front of the heater to allow for quick setup
• Temperature controlled through the built-in thermostat
• Fan assisted heater to warm up your room quicker and prevent overheating
• Built-in timer to allow you to run the heater for a time before deactivating automatically
• Safety features include overheat protection and tip-over protection to stop the heater burning out or causing a fire

What’s special about this heater?
This heater has a maximum output of 2000W which can be adjusted through the thermostat. The heater has built-in a digital display which allows you to fully control the settings of the heater to ensure that it works effectively and efficiently. You can also use the digital display to control the heater’s built-in timer.

What additional features does this heater have?
The built-in fan assists this heater to spread its warmth around the room without overheating. Built-in overheat protection prevents the heater from burning out, and a tip-over switch automatically switches the heater off if it is knocked over to prevent the heater doing damage to any fixtures or fittings in your room.


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Typically doesn’t this heater cost a lot to run orbisbit low energy thanks

Asked by: Cheryl
It's a 2000w heater so will consume 2000w of power per hour whilst switched on, how much this will cost will depend on how much you pay for your electricity. Typical average killoWatt hours prices circa November 2017 is 13.5p per kWh If the unit is on for 6 hours per day this would be 12kwh (killoWatt hours) usage. If used for 7 days per week = 84 kWh This would give a typical weekly running cost of .... £11.34 (values used are approximations only and do not include any daily standing charges levied by the electricity provider )
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-11-27

The tip-over switch is stuck, the unit thinks it is tipped over all the time. The fan will turn on, but when I press the "M" or "ECO" buttons the fan turns off. There is also a blinking light on the top right corner. Is there anything I can do to fix this

Asked by: tydis
This item can be exchanged in your local store if the item is still under warranty, This is 12 month from date of purchase .
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-11-15

Does the fan switch off once the required temperature has been reached

Asked by: Elyanto
• Temperature controlled through the built-in thermostat
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-11-30

How come description says it has a thermostat but manual states that it doesn't.

Asked by: BigDipper
This service is for frequently asked questions and does not allow two way communication, In order for us to best assist you with your technical issue please contact us on the details below: 0333 400 9500 or email
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-10-30

This heater is quiet? The fan can be switch off? The fan it is controlled separate? The heater is quiet, this is important? Thanks

Asked by: Amira
Please see the full user guide under the downloads tab as this contains all operational information.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-11-22

What surface it can heat? A flat or only a room?

Asked by: Amira
This will heat a standard room.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-08-03
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