SEALEY PEH2001 HEATER

Classic Motorcycle Mechanics - - TESTED - Ber­tie Sim­monds ■ www.sealey.co.uk

Kindly sup­plied by our friends at Sealey, this ce­ramic-el­e­ment heater was on test with us for a year. It helped warm both my garage dur­ing the win­ter when I was fet­tling as well as on trips out in a cam­per van. The heat out­put (1500W/2000W) was more than ad­e­quate for my garage, which is just shy of a tra­di­tional dou­ble garage, with the ben­e­fit that it didn’t ‘pong’ like some elec­tric heaters I’ve used. The ther­mo­stat also kept the tem­per­a­ture at a pre-set level, so you’re not pop­ping back to turn it off when you get too hot. It’s light and move­able (2.9 ki­los) but I did drop it once and broke the han­dle! De­spite the fact that elec­tric heaters chomp through the power com­pared to gas-pow­ered heaters, this one is highly rec­om­mended. Price on­line varies – so shop around for the best deal!

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