HOME Bargains is selling an energy-saving device for just £10 – and it’s the cheapest we’ve found on the market.

The discounter recently launched a number of gadgets to keep you warm during the colder months without putting the heating on.

Home Bargains is selling a portable fan heater for just £10


Home Bargains is selling a portable fan heater for just £10Credit: Home Bargains

Among the range is a two kilowatt Pifco upright fan heater selling for £10 and costing from just 27p an hour to run.

The device comes with two heat settings and also a cool fan feature which could come in useful over the summer months.

It has also got an adjustable thermostat and overheat protection which turns the gadget off if it gets too hot.

It weighs a measly 900 grams too so you can shift it around the house easily.

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The heater is currently sold out on Home Bargains’ website, however a spokesperson confirmed it is on sale in-store subject to availability.

You can find your nearest branch by using the retailer’s store locator tool on its website.

The spokesperson added the heater would be back on sale online “over the next week” so it’s worth checking in a few a days’ time.

You can also leave your email address on Home Bargains’ website and the retailer will email you when the heater is back in stock.

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Bear in mind, you will likely have to pay a fee if you want to get the heater delivered, unless you spend £150 or more.

And of course, whenever buying something like this it’s worth seeing if any other retailers have it on sale cheaper.

Websites like Price Spy and Price Runner let you see how much an item has sold for at certain times over the year, and whether you can find it for less elsewhere.

You can use the Google Shopping tab to scan the internet for products too.

That said, we used the tools to try and find a major retailer selling a two kilowatt fan heater for less than £10, but couldn’t find any.

Dunelm is selling one for £14 while Toolstation has one in stock for £12 and Screwfix £18.

B&Q and Robert Dyas both have the gadgets available to buy for £16 and £18 respectively too.

In other news, Debenhams shoppers have said they’ve been “cheated” after the retailer started charging £1.99 for online returns.

Meanwhile, the full list of areas where Wilko is opening stores after it made a shock return to the high street.

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This post first appeared on thesun.co.uk

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