"Brought this for upstairs hallway and it's quick to heat up, reasonably powerful (3 settings), the small internal fan is very useful as it distributes the heat over a greater area. Also having a thermostat is a bonus for background heat. It's worth mentioning that the fan is operated by a seperate switch so it is optional & good for queit night use with no fan. Very good product for the price and IMO well worth the tiny premium over the model without the fan, definately would recommend."
"I bought two of these heaters as I was having my heating changed in one of the coldest weeks so far this winter. They functioned well for the 4 days they were needed, keeping the rooms they were in at a reasonable temperature day and night. The electricity I used cost more than the heaters did. The turbo boost was a nice additional feature as it helped to spread the heat around the room and heat the whole space, rather than just the area around the heater. and the thermostat controls allowed them to be used at nighttime at a lower temperature. All in all I was very satisfied with the purchase and would not hesitate to recommend these heaters to anybody who needs a temporary solution to heat a room. I can't comment on their long term performance as I will probably never use them again."
"great little bargain, light and efficient. The only downside to it is the noise from the optional fan transmits through the feet and sounds very loud in the room underneath. Solution, switch off the fan, it makes little difference anyway. Good value for what it is, I'm very happy."
"Installed this in the site canteen, (a small portacabin) and it works a treat. Kept it warm even when it dropped to minus 12 outside, and no more frozen sink! But be aware the fan is just a small unit at one end of the heater so does not shift very much air."
"Using one of these in a drafty bedroom/study, to save turning up central heating for whole house.
It doesn't look like its going to be much good when you take it out of the box and screw on the flimsy feet. But it does seem to heat the room very well without a problem.
The fan function only blows out heat from about 3" of the whole length of the heater. Its a bit like one of the fans you get in a computer case. It works well under my desk while i'm working, but I don't think it would be much use if the heater was elsewhere in the room. So probably worth just getting the £20 one without the fan, if you're not going to be sitting near it."
"Heat output is patchy and far less effective, at similar settngs, than my other similar-looking convector radiator that cost just a few pounds more at one of the big supermarkets.
Don't be fooled by the "turbo" tag, the single-speed fan is small and pushes out a fairly weak stream only approx. 2" - 3" wide.
The electric power cord is of the cheap and nasty type (unlike the weighty, soft flexible cord on my other radiator) and one of the plastic feet is not well moulded, so that the radiator does not sit flat on a flat surface, but wobbles.
Better than no heat, but I would not buy another when a small extra outlay will buy a much better radiator."