Value for money portable,efficient, good looking little heater
I'm very pleased with this product. Great in the morning taking the chill off the breakfast area.We use it late at night when the fire has almost died down and you need that little bit longer warmth before bed. Would buy another but they don't seem to be around any more.
I have this heater in my shack by the beach. So good and so cheap to run.
I purchased this product, for my beachside shack about twelve months back, and can't speak highly enough of this product. This product runs right through winter on one 9kg propane (LGP) bottle (as their is no natural gas connection near my shack) and heats the entire two rooms of my 1940's weatherboard shack. It is also easy to move around and easy to transport (very light and fits neatly into the back of my small 4 door Mazda 3) It also has some excellent safety features, (such as instant turn off if tilted) and a three layered gauge security ...cover so no person (pet or child) can get near the heating element. It is also cheap and easy to service (I had it serviced and safety checked once in 12 months and I think it cost me around $25.00 dollars?) I am not sure how well this device would heat a really large area (as my shack is quite small) but for small to medium sized rooms, I don't think there would be any issues. I certainly have none with this product. Love it and seriously recommend it to anyone who needs a reasonably cheap and portable heating device.
Paloma gas heaters are fabulous, cheap to run, don't dry the air, and are environmentally sound. They are portable, pretty and practical.
I had a house in Mt Macedon for 10 years, Vic Australia. I sold it to live in melbourne but bought my house back last year. Yes the same one. As it can very very cold and my house is a weatherboard with heaps of windows and doors; I used the new clay heaters that the interum owner had installed.As I had previously used 2 Paloma heaters at each end of the house I was never cold. I was definately missing the...
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Hi i have a Paloma pg430s 1988 model heater can you run LPG in it , Cheers..
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|Heater Type||Portable and Radiant|
|Max Room Size||54 m²|
|Dimensions||506 x 340 x 265 mm|
|Additional Features||Tip Over Protection|
|Gas Star Rating||5.9 star(s)|
|Max Gas Input||14 mJ/h|
|Number of Heat Settings||2|
|Gas Type||LPG and Natural Gas|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year(s)|
|Colour / Finish||Off White|
|Release date||Mar 2006|
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