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Dimplex XLE050 500W Slimline Storage Heater Electronic Controlled 581mm in White, Eco Design

Dimplex XLE050 500W Slimline Storage Heater Electronic Controlled 581mm in White, Eco Design

Dimplex XLE050 represents the modern smart heat retention standard for storage heating, raising the ..

Model: XLE050

£507.85 Ex. VAT

Dimplex XLE070 700W Slimline Storage Heater Electronic Controlled 703mm in White Eco Design

Dimplex XLE070 700W Slimline Storage Heater Electronic Controlled 703mm in White Eco Design

Dimplex XLE070 represents the modern smart heat retention standard for storage heating, raising the ..

Model: XLE070

£546.42 Ex. VAT

Dimplex XLE100 1000W Slimline Storage Heater Electronic Controlled 825mm in White Eco Design

Dimplex XLE100 1000W Slimline Storage Heater Electronic Controlled 825mm in White Eco Design

Dimplex XLE100 represents the modern smart heat retention standard for storage heating, raising the ..

Model: XLE100

£611.93 Ex. VAT

Dimplex XLE125 1.25kW Slimline Storage Heater Electronic Controlled 947mm in White Eco Design

Dimplex XLE125 1.25kW Slimline Storage Heater Electronic Controlled 947mm in White Eco Design

Dimplex XLE125 represents the modern smart heat retention standard for storage heating, raising the ..

Model: XLE125

£682.59 Ex. VAT

Dimplex XLE150 1.50kW Slimline Storage Heater Electronic Controlled 1069mm in White Eco Design

Dimplex XLE150 1.50kW Slimline Storage Heater Electronic Controlled 1069mm in White Eco Design

Dimplex XLE150 represents the modern smart heat retention standard for storage heating, raising the ..

Model: XLE150

£738.89 Ex. VAT

Dimplex PLX050E 500W Panel Heater 430mm in White, Eco Design Electronic Controlled Heater (programmable)

Dimplex PLX050E 500W Panel Heater 430mm in White, Eco Design Electronic Controlled Heater (programmable)

The Dimplex PLX050E is part of a range of energy-efficient, chic panel heaters that boast useful fea..

Model: PLX050E

£154.90 Ex. VAT

Dimplex PLX075E 750W Panel Heater 620mm in White, Eco Design Electronic Controlled Heater (programmable)

Dimplex PLX075E 750W Panel Heater 620mm in White, Eco Design Electronic Controlled Heater (programmable)

The PLX075E is part of a range of energy-efficient, chic panel heaters from Dimplex that boast usefu..

Model: PLX075E

£162.30 Ex. VAT

Dimplex PLX125E 1.25kW Panel Heater 690mm in White, Eco Design Electronic Controlled Heater (programmable)

Dimplex PLX125E 1.25kW Panel Heater 690mm in White, Eco Design Electronic Controlled Heater (programmable)

The PLX125E is part of a range of energy-efficient, chic panel heaters from Dimplex that boast usefu..

Model: PLX125E

£177.06 Ex. VAT

Dimplex PLX150E 1.50kW Panel Heater 690mm in White, Eco Design Electronic Controlled Heater (programmable)

Dimplex PLX150E 1.50kW Panel Heater 690mm in White, Eco Design Electronic Controlled Heater (programmable)

The PLX150E is part of a range of energy-efficient, chic panel heaters from Dimplex that boast usefu..

Model: PLX150E

£190.40 Ex. VAT

Dimplex PLX100E 1.00kW Panel Heater 620mm in White, Eco Design Electronic Controlled Heater (programmable)

Dimplex PLX100E 1.00kW Panel Heater 620mm in White, Eco Design Electronic Controlled Heater (programmable)

Dimplex PLX100E is part of a range of energy-efficient, chic panel heaters that boast useful feature..

Model: PLX100E

£169.67 Ex. VAT

Dimplex PLX200E 2.00kW Panel Heater 860mm in White, Eco Design Electronic Controlled Heater (programmable)

Dimplex PLX200E 2.00kW Panel Heater 860mm in White, Eco Design Electronic Controlled Heater (programmable)

The PLX200E from Dimplex is part of a range of energy-efficient, chic panel heaters that boast usefu..

Model: PLX200E

£199.78 Ex. VAT

Dimplex 3kW EcoDesign PLXE Electric Panel heater with Timers and Thermostat, Dimplex PLXC300E Lot 20 Compliant

Dimplex 3kW EcoDesign PLXE Electric Panel heater with Timers and Thermostat, Dimplex PLXC300E Lot 20 Compliant

This is the Dimplex PLXC300E 3kW PLXE Panel Heater, a Lot 20 compliant electric panel heater with mo..

Model: PLXC300E

£226.43 Ex. VAT

Industrial 2kW Floor Standing Heater for Heating Spaces

Industrial 2kW Floor Standing Heater for Heating Spaces

This is an Industrial 2kW Floor Standing Heater for Heating Spaces available at Sparks for the best ..

Model: DXC20

£28.74 Ex. VAT

Dimplex FX20VE 2kW Downflow Wall Fan Heater with Pull Cord and Electronic Timer in White IP22

Dimplex FX20VE 2kW Downflow Wall Fan Heater with Pull Cord and Electronic Timer in White IP22

This fan heater ideal for bathroom is part of the Dimplex FX down-flow features with pull cord switc..

Model: FX20

£46.25 Ex. VAT

Dimplex AC3N 3.0KW Over Door Heater, 3kW Warm Air Curtain Surface Mounted Heater

Dimplex AC3N 3.0KW Over Door Heater, 3kW Warm Air Curtain Surface Mounted Heater

This is the Dimplex AC3N commercial heater, a 3.0kW over-door heater providing a warm air curtain ab..

Model: AC3

£193.29 Ex. VAT

Dimplex AC3RE 3kW Over Door Heater with Bluetooth Control, Digital Thermostat and 7-day Timer, Lot 20 Compliant

Dimplex AC3RE 3kW Over Door Heater with Bluetooth Control, Digital Thermostat and 7-day Timer, Lot 20 Compliant

This is the Dimplex AC3RE 3kW Over Door Heater with Bluetooth Control, a Lot 20 Compliant overdoor h..

Model: AC3NR

£283.05 Ex. VAT

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Electrical safety in the bathroom: Sockets, Lights, Showers, and Electric Heaters

It is well known that combining water and electricity is a recipe for disaster, as water is highly conductive. This means the bathroom - where water is in excess use - is possibly the most dangerous room in the house in terms of electrical safety. It is not only the chance of receiving an electric shock that is higher in the bathroom. The consequences are also far more severe in a bathroom or shower room, as wet skin reduces the body’s resistance to shocks. In this article (inspired from the article on Bathroom Safety, via ESF website), we will advise you on how to stay safe using electrical appliances and devices in your bathroom. Electrical safety in the bathroom: electrical installations and sockets Electrical installations in bathrooms must comply with special requirements that are explained in Part P of the UK Building Regulations. We highly recommend that you use an electrician registered with one of the government-approved schemes to carry out electrical installations. You can find out more about these schemes by visiting the Electrical Safety First (ESF) Find an Electrician page. The next thing to think about is sockets and their placement. Socket outlets should not be permitted in bathrooms or shower rooms (apart from shaver-supply units). This is unless they can be fitted a minimum distance of three metres from the bath or shower. Shaver sockets without transformers should not be used in a wet area such as a shower room or bathroom. When choosing a shaver socket for a bathroom, look at the British Standard BS3535 to see if it is compliant. Any shaver points must be a safe distance from the bath or shower to avoid splashes, which could damage the socket.Buy Shaver Sockets at Sparks Electrical safety in the bathroom: Lights When it comes to lights and light fittings in the bathroom, first of all, you should look at their IP rating and ensure they are at least IP44 rated or above. Any light within Zone 1 (the area above the bath or shower to a height of 2.25m from the floor) should be IP65+ rated. We sell a variety of bathroom downlights that are suitable for bathroom use at Sparks. For instance, the Kamo Brushed Nickel downlight has an impressive IP65 rating, protecting it from strong shower spray. It can also hold an energy-saving 6W LED, to save you on running costs. Enclosed or recessed ceiling lights are preferable to suspended lights. This is because they are less likely to experience water splashes. All light fittings which are not enclosed should be placed out of reach of someone using the bathroom, that is, someone who is wet. This is especially important if you are just coming out of the bath or shower. Light switches could be a problem because of the hazard posed by dampness and wet hands. An electrical fault with the light switch could well result in an electrical shock in these cases. It is not recommended to have any wall-mounted switch in the bathroom. This means that a ceiling-mounted pull-cord switch is the safest option, as your wet hands will not be touching a conductive material.Buy Bathroom Lights at Sparks Electrical Safety in the bathroom: Electric showers Electric showers require their own electrical circuit, which in general will have the highest electrical demand out of your household appliances. All circuits in the bathroom must be protected by an RCD (Residual Current Device). Electric showers will also need to be connected to a consumer unit, which is a distribution board for electricity. The cost of fitting an electric shower will depend on whether the consumer unit is up to date and follows current safety standards. Building regulations require adequate ventilation, meaning that extractor fans are essential for helping you to cut down the amount of steam you produce by showering. Electrical Safety in the bathroom: Heaters and towel rails Central heating is the safest way to keep the bathroom warm, and it will also supply heaters and towel rails with electricity. This is a great way to start your day off - by drying yourself down with a warm towel. However, there are some safety precautions you should take before using heaters in the bathroom. Electric and gas water heaters in a bathroom should be fixed and permanently wired. The only exception is if they are powered by a socket fitted three metres from a bath or shower.Buy Electric Towel Rail at Sparks If you have an electric heater, it must also be fixed at a safe distance from the bath or shower. A pull-cord or a switch outside the bathroom is the ideal way to control electric heaters. Once again, this lessens the chance of your wet hand coming into contact with electricity. Electrical appliances really can make your life easier in the bathroom, as you set about grooming for the day ahead or preparing for bed. Electric showers, heated towel rails, and bright lights all make washing a more pleasant experience. However, it is important to follow the above minimal electrical safety tips in the bathroom to ensure you are using electrics inside your bathroom in a safe manner.

How Portable Heating can Help you have Ideal Sleeping Conditions

It’s happened to all of us: we go to bed feeling ready to fall asleep straight away but then find ourselves tossing and turning all night. There could be many reasons for finding it difficult to fall asleep. One of these problems could likely be the heating in your room, and in this article, we want to find out how portable heating can help. During the winter, many energy-conscious people will sleep in rooms that are too cool. Meanwhile, during the summer, others will put up with sweltering hot conditions that can leave them sweating. The Sleep Council recommends 18 degrees as the optimum room temperature to fall asleep in. In this article, Sparks will look at how we can maintain this ideal temperature without suffering from high energy costs. Why it is so important that you get a good night’s sleep Detailed sleep studies have made us more aware of how important sleep is to our physical and mental well-being. The precise reason why we need to sleep and dream is still not conclusive. However, the results indicate that our quality of sleep is intrinsically linked to our quality of life. Poor sleep patterns have been strongly linked to weight gain, greater risk of heart disease or stroke, the risk of diabetes and mental health problems. Meanwhile, positive sleep patterns have been linked to improved concentration and productivity, better athletic performance and better immune function. As you can see, quality sleep is essential for us all - and all avenues to improving our sleep should be explored. First on the list of the Sleep Council’s methods to improve sleep is by achieving the optimal temperature in your room.Portable Heaters at Sparks Portable heating and cooling for ideal sleeping conditions Ensuring that your bedroom is kept to an accurate and dependable temperature is a difficult task for most central heating systems. This is why people are increasingly turning to portable heating and cooling as a solution, given the advancements these systems have seen in recent years. A primary reason for this is that portable heaters are separate from your central heating system, and offer greater adaptability. Portable coolers are ideal when you find yourself struggling to get some sleep in a hot environment. They operate at a quiet and efficient rate to keep your room at a comfortable temperature that is conducive to sleep. Dimplex offers a great range of portable coolers, which have modern features such as adjustable speed settings - which you can operate from your bed. If you find yourself sweating into your sheets at night, all you need to do is manage the cooler from a remote. On the other hand, you may find yourself freezing cold under the covers during the winter. Sometimes merely adding extra duvets or blankets is not enough but rather, it can be uncomfortable. If this is the case then you should look into electric portable heaters. It boasts a thermostatic control, a 24-hour timer and can be used as a portable device or wall-mounted.Installed heating for perfect sleeping conditions Some may argue that portable heating and cooling solutions for your bedroom are only ‘temporary’. If you are looking for something more permanent then you may wish to have installed heating within your bedroom. The intuitive technology employed in modern electric radiators means that fluctuations in temperature are no longer a problem. You can guarantee a steady 18-degree temperature in your room throughout the night to allow for a good night’s rest. Dimplex offers a range of fixed electric radiators that - crucially - have smart programmable controls. They are thermostatically controlled, via a variable thermostat which allows the user to stay in control of a set point temperature. This allows them to establish a comfortable and cosy environment for sleeping. It strikes the perfect balance between convected and radiant heat, and ensures warmth is efficiently spread to both the air and the people in the room.Heating Systems at Sparks Electric cooling and heating can improve your lifestyle As explained above in this article, sleep is very important when it comes to our general well-being and quality of life. Furthermore, your room’s temperature is strongly linked to how well you sleep. There are some easy solutions for seasonal ‘extreme’ temperatures. For winter you may add extra layers of sheets to your bed, while in summer you could open a window or two. However, this is not an exact science for room temperature control. Dimplex offers a real solution with their range of portable (or fixed) heating and cooling systems. Utilising smart technology, they have clever features such as ‘overheat cut out’, which is helpful for creating a set point temperature of 18 degrees. This will allow you to get a great night’s rest - and be ready for the day ahead.

Stay Warm and Keep it Bright this Christmas with us at SparksDirect!

Christmas is a little over a month away, but many of us are already considering what present should we get for our friends, family, relatives, etc. We at Sparks do not sell Christmas lights anymore (they can create too many problems and hazardous situations, plus there's so many other Christmas lights you can get in other shops), but we have quite a few nice items that one could consider as a bright or warm Christmas present! Actually, we have even reduced some prices for some particular items just for Christmas so that you would get a nice LED lamp for example but not pay an outrageous sum while doing so. Prepare to be warmed up and brightened this Christmas with Sparks! Stay Warm this Christmas with Sparks! When we think of Christmas we're looking forward to the Christmas holidays, when we get to spend more time at home with family and friends. When the cooking and the eating takes place it's quite nice and warm, but what about when there's no cooking going on, when you wake up in the morning and want to take a shower and it's so cold in the bathroom.... There's a solution for that, and, believe it or not, it's not that expensive! You can make sure that your bathroom floor is nice and warm all year round, and you can have a warm kitchen floor no matter the season with the underfloor heating systems!Buy Underfloor Heating Mats In particular we would recommend the Danfoss DEVImats and the now-cheaper-and-on-SALE Dimplex RTS2M. The latter comes complete with a thermostat controller to maintain a warm floor at the desired temperature, and it covers 2 square metres (that's 4.0m x 0.5m). Just a few of these will cover your bathroom and make you the best dad in the world! So why not keep it warm this Christmas with these underfloor heating mats!?! Sparks helps you Keep it Bright this Christmas LED is the word; LED is the new technology that is in constant development and improvement, and we at Sparks can recommend you some really cool LED strip lights (instead of the Christmas lights), LED table lamps, and color-changing LED strips and lamps that will keep your home bright and cool without draining your bank account on electricity! For example, take a look at the Firstlight 8385CH color-changing LED table lamp with remote control: only 12W, nice for both the children and the master bedroom, offering red, green, and blue light as desired - and now available at a reduced price for a perfect Christmas present! If you prefer a more directional yet flexible LED table lamp, the Wing 11W LED table lamps (in black or white) offer you a flexible neck lamp for re-directing the light beam where you want it to be. What's more interesting and cool about these LED lamps (besides being available at a reduced price) is that they are simply "plug-and-play", no transformer needed! And if you're inexplicably drawn to the DIY and just want to have color-changing LED striplights in the house, you have to try the LEDK1RGB flexible LED strip light - a 5m adhesive LED tape for installing indoor or outdoor (it is IP65 rated).Buy LED Strips at Sparks You can install it on the countertop, in your car or motorhome, on the top shelf, in the cupboard, in the window frame, indoors or outdoor - and the best part is (besides its low price) is that everything comes in the package - it's a complete DIY RGB kit! These are just a few of the cool Christmas presents one can offer to your family for Christmas; for more information, prices, and offers, don't hesitate to contact us!

Two Dimplex Portable Heaters Excellent for Any Season of the Year

Some people say, The winter is gone - turn off that heater! And they really mean it - at work, in the car, and at home, they turn off the heater! But others - and we are also among these others - still need some heating elements in addition to the lovely natural sunlight we enjoy from time to time here in England... Portable Heating - a Flexible Heating Solution For those who spend much time at home or are tied to a particular space in the office, it is not so easy to rely only on the central heating - even though sometimes it can be programmed and set to heat up particular rooms only. Sometimes you just need some quick heating for 20-30 minutes, or maybe from time to time during the day you need heating. A wall-mounted and high-electricity-consuming heater is not the solution; rather, what you need is a portable heater. They can be either wall-mounted or they can be freestanding (to be moved as needed). Two Excellent Portable Dimplex Heaters There are all kinds of portable heaters available at Sparks, but today we would like to recommend two specific Dimplex portable heaters. Take a look at them, read at their technical specifications, check out their price, and if you're not decided yet, why not give us a call :) or email us for more details.Buy Portable Heaters at Sparks Oil Filled Radiator with Timer Dimplex OFX 1.5kW is an oil-filled radiator fitted with an energy regulator thermostat, being suitable both for home and office use. This kind of heater provides a balance of convected and radiant heat - just like a conventional radiator - but with the added advantage of a "plug-in" portability. It is an excellent solution for long term, with a safe design reliable and not drying the air. Dimplex Contrast Portable Heater The Dimplex DXC20 is probably one of the most popular convector heaters, being ideal for use in any room of the house (except the bathroom) where there is no heating or where you need some quick heating right away. This particular model is "for moving around", since it is freestanding using a regular 240V supply. The unique forward facing grille is specifically designed for enhanced heat throw. Since these heaters are can be operated independently from the central heating, they can be turned OFF when they are not needed and ON when you need them. Believe me, you will sometimes need quick heating in a certain room or around the desk in the office. And then you will remember the friendly advice offered to you by Sparks Direct...

How Powerful a Heater Do We Need to Make The Office a Little Bit Warmer?

In the long process of updating our store to a snazzy new system, we've been wondering about some of the things we sell. How is an ES lamp base different from an E27, and who came up with that system in the first place? How low can we hang a ceiling pendant before it becomes effectively useless? Today, we wondered: how powerful a heater would we need to make this office a little bit warmer? The answer turned out to be simpler than we thought, and then it got more complicated (see a picture presentation of our affordable heating solutions for the office). More Square Footage = More Wattage Although your new heating system has thermostatic controls, that doesn't mean it will have sufficient power to heat the room to that temperature. Larger spaces need more heating power (and vice versa). for non-industrial purposes, it's best to think of it in terms of wattage per square foot. Here's a quick and rough guide to the power needs of different-sized rooms (based on generally accepted stats and technical specs for Convector Heaters). Area of Room (square feet) Recommended Heater Wattage 50ft² 350W 100ft² 900W 150ft² 1350W (1.35kW) 200ft² 1800W (1.8kW) 300ft² 2700W (2.7kW) 400ft² 3600W (3.6kW) 500ft² 4500W (4.5kW) 800ft² 7200W (7.2kW) 1000ft² 9000W (9kW) (Source) If you're heating a whole space, this is a handy reference, but whole-room heating isn't always the whole picture in every application. In some cases, other methods can replace or complement a space's general heating. Some Relatively Uncommon Heating Applications Over-door heaters such as the Dimplex AC3N, or "air curtains," are often used in commercial and retail spaces to combat cold draughts from open doors - and to keep out insects and other pests! Similarly, a floor heater such as the FFIH recessed floor heater can help keep out draughts that infiltrate a room from underneath the door.This particular fitting doesn't even require an under-floor air supply; there are inlets and outlets on the grille face itself. However, if it will face a lot of foot traffic, make sure it won't crack or break. Looking to more domestic applications, the plants in a greenhouse will often succumb to freezing temperatures in the winter, but these spaces do not require the same level of heating as, say, a similarly-sized bathroom. In these cases, a thermostatic "frost protection" heater will heat the space to a relatively low temperature to keep those plants healthy. These are just a few examples, of course, and everyone reading this will have different requirements that can't be summed up in a blog post. If you have questions, why not leave a comment or better yet: pop into our showroom.Best Heaters at Sparks

Get Your Heating System at Home Sorted Out Before Winter Comes!

Everyone loves summer, and we wish that there would be a nice weather all year round, but unfortunately in the Great Britain we have something that looks like more than one season. More precisely, this morning it began to be chilly and even quite cold, reminding us that winter is right at the door! We barely had a taste of summer, and winter is just around the corner! Get Your Heating System Sorted Out! Before it is too late, before winter is upon us, we need to make sure our home is warm! There are many little things one has to do to make sure that the central heating system is working - check the boiler, the pipes, run some tests, let it work for a little, and fix what needs to be fixed! It's a nightmare when it's freezing cold outside and the central heating doesn't work! Help With Heating: the Panel Heaters A great addition to the central heating system at home or in the office are the panel convector heaters. Especially the ultra slim PLX range from Dimplex, these devices are compact, for wall mounting, and are the popular choice for both specifiers, homeowners, and contractors who are demanding stylish, space-saving, and energy-efficient electric heating systems! You can install the Dimplex PLX range to complement the popular XL style storage heaters or by themselves, but they are a good help to heat areas such as the bathroom, the bedroom, the kitchen, or other areas in the house that need heating for a short period of time. They heat up quickly and offer quick heating wherever you need it.Note: the PLX and XL ranges of heaters from Dimplex are no longer available; see the current offering from Dimplex at Sparks. What's so special about the Dimplex PLX? You don't know? Well, here are some of the more special and cool features of the Dimplex PLX panel heaters, as introduced by themselves via their technical specs, Rapid warm-up: convected heat for quick warming up. Suitable both for domestic and commercial use. You can add a timer for scheduling the heating periods. Splashproof: all models are IPX4 rated, and can be used in bathrooms and other wet areas. Adjustable thermostat: the controller is highly accurate, responding to small changes in room temperature. Efficient heat circulation via the front air outlet grille. Fast installation and fast cleaning: the hinge for wall mounting frame is detachable. Take a look for yourself at the Dimplex PLX range (also introduced before here), especially the PLX100TI Dimplex 1000W PLX in willow white and with 24h timer. [Note: picture is informative, the model displayed is NOT the PLX100TI; visit the link provided above to see and purchase this particular model.]Dimplex Heaters at Sparks