Most economical electric heaters

Electric heaters are designed to heat a small space or area. These heaters transfer electricity into heat and are often used to warm up a specific room in a home. While larger and more expensive electric heaters can be used in larger areas, a smaller, more economic heat is efficient for most situations.

Soleus HR3-08-21

The Soleus HR3-08-21 is an oscillating electric heater that provides instantaneous heat. The heater has two heat settings and uses up to 800 watts of energy at the maximum temperature. If the heater would overheat or tip over, it automatically shuts off. The cost of the heater is £24, and it has a one-year manufacturer's warranty.

Soleus HC7-15-01

The Soleus HC7-15-01 offers two selectable heat settings that is designed to heat smaller spaces. The heater weighs 2.72kg. and includes a thermal overload protector in case of overheating. The price of the heater is £22 and includes a limited one-year warranty.

Lasko 754200

The Lasko 754200 gives off 1500 watts of power and has three different heat settings for comfort. The portable heater has a built-in handle and heats just in seconds. The heater can be found online for as low as £14 and has a three-year manufacturer's warranty.

DeLonghi DCH1030

The DeLonghi DCH1030 has two heat settings and reaches 1500 watts of power. The adjustable heater can be placed in smaller areas and provides instantaneous heat. The weight of the heater is just over 1.36kg., and it also has safety thermal cut-off to prevent overheating. The heater is £18 and comes with a one-year manufacturer's warranty.

Holmes HFH105-UM

The Holmes HFH105-UM offers two different heat settings and weighs less then 1.36kg.. The dimensions of the heater are 8 x 10 x 5 inches, and it has a compact design for smaller settings. The Holmes HFH105-UM can be found online for as low as £13 and has a one-year manufacturer's warranty.

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