DeLonghi Convector Heater Reviews
Newest Review: ... cold house anyway. We have always used heaters like these instead. We have four of these dotted around the house now so ... more
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Customer DeLonghi Convector Heater Reviews (4)
by - written on 16/08/10 (Very useful, 211 readings)
Because I live in a very cold house, there is at least 1 heater in every room of which most of them are the Delonghi convector heaters. ***Prices*** Although I cannot recall how much I paid for these heater, they tend to vary from £20-£40 if brought from there main website or the Google shopping page. ***About the heater*** The heater comes in a white/grey colour with handles on the sides to enable you to move it from place to place easily and without burning yourself. On the left side towards the bottom of the heater there is a small control which allows you to change the heat settings. This is given as the same setting and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/12 (Very useful, 66 readings)
So summer was on its way. I prepared myself and removed the extra duvet from my bed, stored the slippers away to the back of my wardrobe and swapped it for my fan. Then summer didn't come. Instead we got more cold nights with rain and wind. The fan didn't sit by my bed for very long. Instead I bought a new heater. My radiator has never really worked well. Not for my oddly cold house anyway. We have always used heaters like these instead. We have four of these dotted around the house now so obviously they are well trusted with me. I bought this for £30 at a local store and have never regretted my purchase. My heater has never failed to work. Though ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/05, updated on 04/03/05 (Useful, 1955 readings)
I have had my DeLonghi convector heater for about three years now and couldn’t be more pleased with it. The size is approximately 60cm wide, 45cm high and 10cm deep (or 17cm if you also count the feet). The colour is light grey with dark grey trimming – that is feet and handles. It can be free standing or if you prefer, wall-mounted and the brackets for this are included. It has a 2kW heat output – one heat setting which is thermostatically controlled. I have found that I have never had to use it on the highest setting as it heats up a reasonably sized room very quickly – and keeps it to that temperature. There is a safety cut-out in case the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/05 (Useful, 4796 readings)
I bought this convector heater 2 years ago. I bought two actually, one for each of my daughters bedrooms as I don't have gas central heating. I bought them for about £60 each from Currys. Although they are 3kw I very rarely use it at that setting. You have 3 settings 1kw (low), 2kw(med), or 3kw(high). Then you have the 24hr timer. You can have the heater turn on and off as many times during the day as you like. It also allows you to have the timer off or the heater continuously on. You also have turbo boost, which at the swtch of a button is like a fan heater, blowing hot air out very fast, but I don't really use that option. But the real difference ... Read the complete review
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