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Philips Fan Heater HD 3550

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      05.07.2000 04:15



      The HD 3550 is a 3000w 'Hot air system' (which runs at normal and ecologic speeds, as well as a useful combo setting which alternates between this to give you maximum warmth, and minimum electricity bill worries) which is perfect for insulating a room fully on a cold day (particularly a heaterless one, or where a heater(s) is not functioning), and also, being a 'fan heater', it has a very cool fan. Both warmth and cool settings can be adjusted by another knob switch. The unit works by taking air in from the top of itself and passing it back out as either cooler or warmer air, and it's a job it does well. Also the unit itself is a very sleak and attractive one in a gorgeous ceramic-y white, black air passe-thu-er, a red light and jade writing. It almost resembles a classic 50's radio and a modern small alarm clock lying back. At about £40 this a good room warming or cooling system, and alleviates the need for a seperate fan and heater; but just try to go easy on the usage (use economy mode wherever), as it will bloat your electricity bill - other than that, this is a great machine, very attractive and a life saver for extreme weather conditions when there's no other viable options available.


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    Short name: Philips HD 3550

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