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DeLonghi DFH132 SafeHeat Fan Heater


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  • Ideal use as supplementary or spot heating in the your home or office.
  • Customize your heating needs with the adjustable thermostat and two heat settings; choose the HIGH setting for 1500 watts or the LOW setting for 750 watts
  • Enjoy the year-round use by operating the fan without heat for summer ventilation
  • Safe operation with thermal cut-off, anti-freeze setting, wide solid base for stability and power indicator light.
  • Easy to move or transport with the convenient carry handle
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Product Description

Product Description

This compact fan heater by De'Longhi is perfect for any home or office application. It is ideal for use as supplementary or spot heating in the bedroom, living room, office or anywhere in the home. You can customize your heating needs with the adjustable thermostat and two heat settings; choose the high setting for 1500 watts or the low setting for 750 watts. Its versatility will save you money; use the heater year-round by operating the fan without heat for summer ventilation. You can rest easy knowing that this heater has a safety thermal cut-off, so it doesn't overheat, an anti-freeze setting, wide solid base for stability and power indicator light. It also has a convenient carry handle for easy transport.

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No more worrying about overheating or starting a fire, a ceramic thermal cut-off mechanism shuts the heater down if it's accidentally tipped over or covered with curtains, blankets etc. A dual heat-flow setting makes it easy to regulate. Choose the "hi" setting for 1500 watts or the "lo" setting for 750 watts. And, an adjustable thermostat helps fine-tune temperatures and conserve energy. When winter is over, the fan operates without heat for summer cooling. A built-in handle and wide solid base ensures optimal stability and convenient portability. And, this quiet operator is perfect for any room in the house. An anti-freeze setting automatically turns on the heater when the temperature reaches 44 degrees Fahrenheit. --Brian Olson

Product Details

Product Manual [472kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 10.4 x 9.8 x 7.1 inches ; 2.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00006WNN6
  • Item model number: DFH132
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (327 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #470,467 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

This is a great little heater - just perfect for a small room or office area.
Amazon Customer
It does sometimes turn off at inconvenient times and I have to fiddle with the settings/dials to get it to kick back on again.
E. Harris
If you have a cold office like me, this is the perfect little heater to keep you warm.
Felicia

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

149 of 150 people found the following review helpful By Snap, Crackle and Pop on December 21, 2004
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This is the inexpensive heater I've been looking for. (1) It's fairly compact (9-1/2 w x 7 d x 10 h) and because it's curved instead of boxy it seems smaller. (2) An unexpected bonus, finally a cord that's realistically long - 6-1/2 feet - so I won't need an extension cord. (3) The thermostat works reasonably well, in terms of sort of maintaining the temperature - something I wondered about in a cheap heater. Though the right setting and how well it works will probably depend on where it is (floor, countertop). And the thermostat probably can't be expected to work well in an especially drafty location.

As others have noted - It's quiet (though not silent). There are two heat settings, though as noted just one fan setting. The numbers on the dials are hard to read except up close.
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66 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Berman on October 21, 2004
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We moved into a new office and the building is VERY chilly...I couldn't take it anymore so I got this little heater and overall I couldn't be happier. I am now warm and toasty all day long! The heater is a small size, so it can fit under your desk without problem even if you sit in a cube at work. It's also lightweight and has a lot of safety features so you don't have to worry about burning anything down. The thermostat feature is nice because it will keep your space maintained at a constant temperature.

One "minus" is that it doesn't really have an "OFF" switch - the red light always stays on when it's plugged in. I agree with other reviews that the controls are also very hard to read, so you have to be up close & personal with it to get it to the setting you want. Also, the thermostat is not something you can really figure out "out of the box" - you definitely have to read the directions to understand how to use it. But those "flaws" are so minor that you shouldn't let it influence your purchasing decision. It is TOTALLY worth every penny!
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51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By J. Knight on October 25, 2006
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I bought this heater three years ago based on the good reviews and cheap price. I expected it to get me through that winter only. I have used this thing just about daily for the past three years, heat in fall/winter and fan in summer. It still works quite well and seems ready for the upcoming winter. The only problem I am beginning to notice now is that the on/off/heat control wheel is starting to become loose. Otherwise it does a great job for the intended task and has already lasted longer than anticipated. The thermostat on it is finicky and takes a little playing around with it to do basically what you want but the heat does cycle on/off more or less appropriately. I'd give 5 stars if the thermostat was perfect but it is what it is and that is good enough. I just bought two more, my old one will go to the garage for duty there until it eventually fails. A good, solid product for a very good price.

2012 Update - The original heater is still functional and kept me warm and cozy in my garage over this winter. :)
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on October 6, 2003
I live in a small room and when i turn up the heater, it gets pretty warm quickly. Very safe and i like the fact that it works on the floor or on the table. Not very noisy and the thermostat is working just fine for temperature control.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A. Rhodes on November 19, 2003
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I use this heater in my cold basement under my computer desk, and I'm pretty happy with it. I was worried about the noise because I use a lot of speech-recognition software and a noisy fan doesn't help accuracy. It's not as quiet as I had hoped, but it's not bad, and my SR software doesn't seem to be affected. Negatives: Only one fan speed; it could use at least two. Also, the numbers on the thermostat and heat control dials are hard to read - not a big deal, since it's also very simple. The 750 watt setting doesn't put out a lot of heat, so I mostly use the 1500 watts. On the plus side, it seems to be very safe, the thermostat cycles just fine so it holds the desired temperature pretty well, it's nice looking, and hey, it's cheap! You can't really go wrong for 15 bucks.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By MediocrityX on November 3, 2004
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I purchased the DeLonghi DFH132 from Amazon a few months ago and here I am ordering another for the kitchen. It gets pretty cold in Northern California, and having a personal heater that provides immediate warmth really increases productivity. I would recommend this product to anyone who needs a heater for a small space.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By smsteffy on October 27, 2004
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I read the reviews before I bought this heater, not that $15 were a major risk, but still wanted something efficient. Well, it is not. I wish I spent a little more money and got something that I actually can feel when under my desk... But it is true, it is very quiet, it is just very hard to feel the heat.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By TheWrongGrape on February 28, 2007
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I received a $25 gift certificate, and with my cold office, decided to use it to buy this. Since I didn't want to go over my certificate amount, I picked this heater because it was one of the cheapest.

I made sure to read all the reviews first, and a lot of them mentioned a problem with the heater turning off by itself when it *thinks* that it's reached the right temperature, but in fact it still feels cold and/or you want more heat. However, there were a lot of great reviews for this thing, too, so I talked myself into it and convinced myself that maybe there was something wrong with those people's heaters or their settings.

Well, I should have listened to all those reviewers and myself! One of the worst feelings ever is, once the heater gets going, and you're starting to feel all toasty and warm, IT TURNS OFF! You're like "Nooooooooo! I was just enjoying myself!" Yes, it's a "feature" they promote, about how it saves energy and is safer because it turns on and off depending on your temperature setting. But the temperature it registers inside itself (right near its warm coils) is quite different from the temperature I'm feeling sitting only 2 feet away. It's very annoying! As I'm sitting here typing this, it won't turn on even though I have it on the highest setting because *it* thinks it's warm enough. Well, I'd like to have a heater that works when *I* think it's warm enough.
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