240v blown air heater.

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Re: 240v blown air heater.

Postby bigbadbob76 » 19 Nov 2017, 20:21

The Mrs feels the cold and I like having the option of heat when I want it, the highlands of Scotland can be damm cold in november OBG.
2*c out there tonight. 8)
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Re: 240v blown air heater.

Postby Oldiebut goodie » 19 Nov 2017, 20:31

No worse than the Welsh mountains in winter - used to sleep out rough with just a sleeping bag :) . No fancy things like tents. I just don't see the need for heat when you are tucked up, just a waste of energy. When it hits -10 at night I may shut the window a little.
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Re: 240v blown air heater.

Postby AngeloEvs » 28 Nov 2017, 21:14

I used my van for accomodation four days a week with hook up all year, during the winter I had two fan heaters when temps dropped below freezing plus thermal window matts. Marvelous being warm as I hate the cold and to hell with the noise but they had thermostats which most do, yeah, I'm a softy.........?? :lol:
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Re: 240v blown air heater.

Postby bigbadbob76 » 28 Nov 2017, 21:48

:ok
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