DeLonghi Oil Filled Radiator Reviews
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Customer DeLonghi Oil Filled Radiator Reviews (7)
by - written on 18/12/09, updated on 17/07/10 (Very useful, 1679 readings)
I work in a large wooden cabin at the end of our garden. As the winter deepened it became obvious to me that something needed to be done to warm my cabin up. Otherwise my clients were going to end up thinking they were visiting to arrange cryogenic storage rather than undertake therapy. On the advice of my son and good old 'Which' Magazine, I invested in a Delonghi "G011230RTW" rapido 3kw oil filled radiator. I got it second hand for £50.00. A new one would have had me forking out around £150.00. I have to say, I am so impressed with it that I wouldn't have minded paying full price. I thought 3 Kilowat was really going to make the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/06 (Very useful, 4038 readings)
When we purchased our flat in May 2006, it was the middle of summer, and hence the flat, which received direct sunlight for ¾ of the day, was very warm. However as the months passed, and the summer warmth faded we found ourselves resorting to the panel heaters installed in the flat. These panel heaters weren’t very reliable and produced limited heat, mainly within a 2 metre span from the heat source, not very useful when you’re trying to heat a large bedroom and living room. Having browsed through the Argos catalogue for an alternative heat supply, we decided on purchasing a Delonghi Oil Filled Radiator, currently available for £44.99. The Delonghi brand name ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/12 (Very useful, 436 readings)
As it is coming up to the coldest time of year I've started noticing the cold much more (like many people I'm sure!). This means that the fans have gone in to the hall cupboard and the heaters have come out instead. We've got two heaters in our home (in addition to central heating of course) and I tend to just have one on at a time, depending on where I am in our home of course. One of the heaters that we have had for two years now is this oil filled radiator. Now as I cannot remember exactly what we paid for this I've had a look on Amazon and can see one available new for £120.00. Ours was second hand when we purchased it and so we probably paid somewhere in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 1898 readings)
I bought one of these to provide background heating in the day time for a couple of small offices that interconnect. It really is sufficient if you are moving around and would provide background heating for a fairly large sized sitting room. The heater is actually an oil filled radiator with six fins that along the length of it. The radiator heats up very quickly and can be set at 1 or 2 kilowatts depending on your preference. It cost me £69 from a local electrical shop. It has a variable thermostat which has 6 settings and you can let it heat the room and then set the thermostat so that the temperature stays the same. This is very economical if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/11/01, updated on 26/11/01 (Very useful, 11308 readings)
Delonghi is not a name I had heard before venturing into the Argos catalogue. Here, I decided on buying a 3kW oil filled radiator for a couple of reasons. 1) My 20' long L-shaped room in my rented accommodation got very cold during the winter 2) It was oil-filled, meaning it retained and thus emitted heat over a period of time, unlike fan heaters that go stone cold in a moment's notice 3) It was one of the biggest wattage radiators there. 4) Delonghi were one of the biggest reputable manufacturers of radiators out there 5) It came with a 5 year guarantee, where could I go wrong? Getting the best price ---------------------- ... Read the complete review
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