The 10 Best heaters

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Get the shed, garage, office and even the living room nice and toasty with these portable fans, fires and radiators

1. Prem-I-Air Ceramic electric tower heater

This versatile and portable electric fan can be easily used for both home and commercial use. Comes with a range of safety features.

£70, buy now at amazon

2. Warmlite 2KW black radiator

With a stylish black finish, this includes three heat settings, a timer function and a variable thermostat.

£40, buy now at amazon

 

3. Prem-I-Air 2KW convector heater

You could save this as a great back-up heater should the boiler gives up the ghost in the heart of winter, or mount it on a wall permanently.

£20, buy now at amazon

 

4. iRad 1kw panel heater

The black glass finish on this wall-mountable panel heater looks super-slick and it is a stylish way to add some extra warmth to your home without plumbing work.

£80, buy now at argos.co.uk

 

5. Dimplex Exlectric flat fan heater

A dinky little heater with a brightpink design that would undoubtedly go down well in a child's room. It's great value for money.

£27, buy now at amazon

 

6. Dimplex MicroFire

A festive little number that comes in glossy black or red, this small, freestanding electric fire heater is a miniature version of the world's bestselling flame effect.

£69.99, buy now at johnlewis

 

7. De'Longhi convector heater

This convector heater is lightweight with integrated carry handles, meaning it can be easily moved from room to room and is also wall mountable.

£69.95, buy now at amazon

 

8. Bionaireradiator 2.5KW

A high-quality, oil-filled heater which comes on wheels. It can be easily rolled around the home as required and features a variable thermostat and timer function.

£80, buy now at amazon

 

9. AM04 Dyson Hot

The super geeks at Dyson have only gone and reinvented the household heater. The freestanding device beams heat evenly around the room.

£240, buy now at amazon

 

10. De'Longhi retro chrome

This stylised fan heater should still get things heated up nicely. Don't let the vintage design fool you – it still comes with a range of temperature settings.

£59, buy now at amazon

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