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Convector Heaters

Briscoes Convector Heaters

Allow warmth to radiate through any room in your home with lightweight and portable convector heaters from Briscoes. Known for their quiet operating capabilities and slimline designs, it’s easy to warm up to the idea of having one or more in your home.

Discover sizzling heating technology with a convector heater today

Convector heaters are a great way to heat up your home. Suitable for medium to large rooms, they use ceramic element features that pull air over a heated element to achieve perfect hot air distribution. Discover the dynamic heating technology today with the convector heater range at Briscoes. 

Discover the heating features you need and the ones you never knew you needed. Find your perfect temperature with adjustable thermostats, stay protected with innovative safety functions, and save on energy with reliable timer settings. We also stock convector heaters that can be controlled with a remote or via WiFi. 

Quality convector heaters you can afford at Briscoes

Stay warm this winter without burning a hole in your pocket with an efficient, quiet and lightweight convector heater from Briscoes. Browse renowned and affordable brands like Goldair Convector Heater and DeLonghi Convector Heater to find the perfect heater to fit your budget.  

Shop for your next convector heater in NZ today at Briscoes and discover our range of heating solutions now! Visit us in-store or online to view our price beat guarantee and fast shipping options.

Frequently asked questions

Your frequently asked questions about convector heaters. 

Do convector heaters use a lot of power?

Depending on the type of convector heater you have, chances are it will be very efficient. Some of our most power-efficient heaters are the Goldair convection panel heater and DeLonghi convection heater. There are different types of heaters for rooms of different shapes and sizes. 

What is the difference between a convector and a heater?

A convector heater produces convection heat by bringing in cold air that then comes into contact with a hot coil. This hot air is then pushed out into your room. Oil heaters and radiant heaters use different methods entirely.