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    Yes, my Everdure ones do. Just a basic turn off after so many hours timer. (can set it to turn off from 1 hour to 24 hours) I usually turn them on to heat up the rooms and then set the timer for 2hours when I'm going to bed. I don't like to leave them on during the night as I had a bad experience once with an oil heater.

    The Noirot ones have some models without a timer but also have a timer model where you can set the timer to turn on and off.

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    I leave DD's small Noirot (wall mounted) heater on '6' and her room stays 19 degrees all night. I leave ours on '5' and it is comfortable.

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    Thanks everyone, our 2 bedrooms are next door to each other and I was hoping to heat both rooms from the hallway – am hoping the panel heater will do the trick?

    These are the ones I was looking at: http://m.thegoodguys.com.au/index.ph...irot&x=36&y=24
    Would appreciate any words of wisdom!

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    Also I was always under the impression that oil heaters were the cheapest to run?

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    http://m.thegoodguys.com.au/index.ph...roduct&id=1102
    Also checking out the everdure one as heaps cheaper to buy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    http://m.thegoodguys.com.au/index.ph...roduct&id=1102
    Also checking out the everdure one as heaps cheaper to buy!
    That's the exact one's I got OP.

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