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Warm up this winter with Noel Leeming

18 April, 2008

Warm up this winter with Noel Leeming

With winter just around the corner, leading electronic and appliance retailer, Noel Leeming has winter wrapped up.
Stay warm all winter long with Noel Leeming’s top winter heating tips.

Heating solutions

With a range of heaters including fan, radiant and convector, Noel Leeming will keep your house heated this winter. Fan heaters are ideal for direct heat and perfect for an instant blast of heat; radiant heaters emit quick and directional heat, just the thing for warming up fingers and toes. Convector heaters are designed to circulate warm air by natural convection and will slowly and steadily heat your rooms.
Delonghi 2400w Convector Heater - RRP $99.99

Dehumidifiers are a must have for all allergy or asthmatic sufferers as they help to purify the air, so you can wake up feeling fresh and ready to go! Dehumidifiers also reduce dampness and mildew and control moisture during the winter months to keep your house warm and dry.
Tuscany 10L Dehumidifier – RRP $199.99

The Kenwood Hot & Cold Chocolate Maker is a must have! Ideal for both hot and cold frothy drinks, so perfect for those who can’t make up their minds if they are hot or cold! Simple and quick to use, up to eight cups can be made at one time.
RRP - $99.99

With a range of electric blankets to fit any sized bed, Noel Leeming will keep you warm during the winter nights. The Ralta range has three heat settings so that you can pick your desired heat.
Ralta Warm & Safe double blanket – RRP $99.99

The Breville Bubble foot spa will keep feet and toes warm and toasty all winter long. Relax and enjoy the therapeutic benefits of the massage and spa settings from the comfort of your sofa! The combination of heat, massage and spa action will soothe and revitalize tired winter feet!
RRP $49.99


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