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Storage heater for sale

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Tuesday 14 January 2003 2.30pm
I hope nobody minds me using this medium for naked commercialism...

I have an unwanted, but working, storage heater for sale. It takes in heat at nighttime when the electricity rate is low and emits it when you want it the next day.

It also has a boost switch, if you want a burst of heat.

Currently at Borough High Street, willing to deliver to relatively locally.

Any takers for 30?
Monday 27 January 2003 6.46pm
I might be interested, subject to size. How wide is it?

Tuesday 28 January 2003 9.54am

Fuller spec as follows:

Electric storage heater, which takes in heat at nighttime, when the electricity rate is low, and emits it the next day when you need it - an efficient way of heating a room.

It also has a built-in CONVECTION HEATER, for a quick boost if it gets really cold.

- Model: Heatstore HSXC12N
- 1.7kW / 12kWh storage heater, and 1kW convection heater
Instructions for installation supplied.

The item is only 2 YEARS OLD and has been hardly used (we're selling because the other one in the room works so well, this one is not needed!) Currently in London SE1, near London Bridge.

Let me know if you're interested. I also have it on eBay and bids are coming in, so let me know soon if you're interested.

Tuesday 28 January 2003 11.11am
Thanks for the extra details, but I just need to know if it will fit. How wide is it?

Tuesday 28 January 2003 2.00pm
my apologies, I thought I'd copied that in there.

It's 56cm across, 21 deep and 68 high.
Saturday 1 February 2003 5.09pm
It fits!
If you havent sold it through E bay, Ill take it if its in good cond. Im just around the corner on Grange Road.

Tuesday 4 February 2003 8.58am
Sorry - I've now sold the heater on eBay (for 60).

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