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DeLonghi EW7707CB Safeheat 1500W ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator - Black

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  • Safeheat 1500-watt portable radiator type heater has permanently sealed fins with pure diathermic oil that never needs refilling
  • Heats faster and lowest safer-to touch surface temperature than standard oil-filled radiators due to patented thermal slots
  • Save up to 27% on energy bills using the ComforTemp button to automatically maintain the optimal temperature
  • Silent operation is ideal for bedrooms and TV rooms
  • Automatically turns on when the room temperature drops below 44 degrees F with anti-freeze setting and automatically turns off with safety thermal cut-off if heater becomes too warm
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.8 x 25 x 10.8 inches ; 24.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B002PLQ4T8
  • Item model number: EW7707CB
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (292 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #124,578 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Effectively heat any room in the home with this portable, oil-filled radiator. The economical unit features ComforTemp technology, which helps save up to 27-percent on energy bills by automatically maintaining the optimal room temperature--at the touch of a button. Three heat settings and an adjustable thermostat allow for adjusting output levels, further optimizing energy-efficient operation. In addition, the radiator provides specially designed thermal slots that maximize heat flow, yet maintain a low surface temperature, making the unit safe to use in homes with kids and pets. Other highlights include seven oil-filled fin heating elements filled with pure diathermic oil and permanently sealed (never needs refilling), noiseless operation, thermal cut-off for peace of mind, durable rust-resistant metal construction, wrap-around cord storage, and patented smart-snap wheels that snap into place perfectly, require no assembly, and ensure safety and stability. Ideal for an office, bedroom, or TV room, the radiator measures 13-4/5 by 9 by 25-1/5 inches.

Product Description

The DeLonghi EW7707CB Safeheat 1500W ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator will effectively heat any room in the home. The unit is permanently sealed with pure diathermic oil for stable, efficient heating and never needs refilling. Patented thermal slots are specially designed to maximize heat flow yet maintain a low surface temperature. The radiator uses economical ComforTemp technology to save energy and money by automatically maintaining the optimal temperature in the room, at the touch of a button. The heater automatically turns on when the room temperature drops below 44 degrees F with anti-freeze setting. If the heater becomes too warm, it automatically turns off with safety thermal cut-off. The rust-resistant, durable, metal construction has no exposed elements and the gently rounded design means no sharp edges. Patented, premounted, smart-snap wheels ensure portability, safety and stability. Plus, wrap around cord storage lets you store cord when heater is not in use.


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Customer Reviews

Puts out great heat for a small to medium size room.
JR
The unit gets hot to the touch, but it just doesn't warm the rooms we tried it in at all.
Richard Greenwood
I've had this heater for about a week and it works very well.
J. Hannah

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

103 of 105 people found the following review helpful By 2cheap2eat on November 13, 2010
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This is my first oil heater, I have used spot heaters in the past. This oil heater is great because once it warms up (just a few minutes), it puts out a nice amout of radiant heat on high setting. You can feel the heat from the top of the unit when you put your hand over the top.

I feel safe leaving it on at night unlike the spot heaters. I didn't notice the strong odor on like others have posted.

Pros:
-Well built
-Seems safe to leave on at night
-Black color looks nice
-Has Low, Med, High and a maintain comfort setting

Cons:
-Thermostat goes from 1 to 6 instead of actual temperature.
-Wheels don't roll well on carpet
-Handle is only on one side, so have to wait until total cool to carry it upstairs.
-Wasn't the best packaging to ship with
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125 of 135 people found the following review helpful By Erik Gordon Bainbridge on January 13, 2012
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UPDATE to my original review:
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Even though I did not keep this particular heater, I still use an older DeLonghi oil-filled radiator and have been keeping records about electricity usage. The results should be helpful to anyone considering an oil-filled radiator electric heater.

I've tested electrical consumption both using a Kill-A-Watt meter and by comparing my electricity bills over time. The results show that oil-filled radiator electric heaters can be extremely efficient *IF USED CORRECTLY*, but that if not used correctly can actually be less efficient than other types of electric heaters.

The most efficient way to use them is to turn them on before you start feeling cold and leave them on low, avoiding if possible turning on both power switches. I live in a moderate climate where nighttime winter temperatures rarely go much below the high twenties Fahrenheit, so this is easier for me than for people in colder areas. I have an oil-filled radiator heater in my bedroom and have found that my electric bills are actually higher when I turn if off the DeLonghi while I'm asleep than when I leave it on low all night. This is because when it's off all night, in the morning I turn it up high, with both power switches, to heat up my room. However when it's on all night at a very low heat setting, in the morning I just turn up the thermostat but don't turn on the second power switch. Instead I use a Lasko 100 My Heat to heat my immediate area. It uses only 200 watts, rather than the 800 watts that the second power switch on the DeLonghi would use, and it heats my immediate area very quickly. The difference in my actual electricity bills were dramatic.
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156 of 175 people found the following review helpful By foxyrich on November 23, 2010
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I purchased the DeLonghi heater instead of another brand because I have for many years associated that name with the oil radiator type of heater. The one I purchased, the EW7707CB works well but has a couple of what I would call "design flaws" that would prevent me from purchasing another one. One of the flaws is that if you press the energy-saver button while the heater is hot, it is natural to use your free hand to hold the back end of the heater as you press the button on the front end. Well, the back end of the heater is hot at some points during use. The other feature that I have found not so helpful, is that when you turn the dial from * to 1 to 2, etc., to set the heat level, it is not easy to see the number. I have to put on glasses and use a flashlight in order to see what number I am turning to. This is not a big deal, but it is enough to keep me from ordering another one. I wanted a second heater, so I just bought another brand at my local hardware store. Other than the above feedback, the heater does seem to work well. It has two settings - one for 700 watts and one for 800 watts, or you can combine them and run it at 1500 watts. I have been using the 700 watt setting in an insulated garage with a concrete floor, and I set the dial around 1 or 2 for the heat setting. With nighttime temperatures outside of around 15 or 20 degrees, it keeps the garage at 48 degrees and uses around 2 to 3 KW of energy per 24 hours.
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58 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Joe Blow from Kokomo on October 28, 2010
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Heater is being used as a supplementary heater in a finished/insulated basement about 1000 sq/ft. Have only had the heater for a week and a half and the "comfort temp" is at least 70*. I have a thermometer on order to place in the basement to see how warm it is, but it keeps the entire finished area in my basement warm. Winter has not come yet, so we will see once it gets cold out, like highs in the single digits and sub zero temps. I'm in WI, so its only gotten down to 30* or so at night and close to 50* during the days. Have not had to turn on furnace yet, temps have gone down outside and with heater in the basement the upstairs has not dropped below 68* yet (1800 sq/ft).

Heater is silent, stink from being new took about 3 days of consistent running to wear off. Even if I have to run this unit on high it will be worth it. with the kwh charges for electricity by me if I run it on high, 1500w, and using the peak kwh rate it will cost me $63 to run it 24 hrs a day for 5 months. Plus, all the heat will just go upstairs, none wasted.

I opted for the radiant style heater for constant output without a fan to dry or force the air and the silent operation. I don't think there is anyway this would heat 1000 sq ft by itself in WI temps, but we will see. I also have furnace piped into basement as well, but haven't used it yet. Keep in mind the finished area in the basement is fully insulated and the house was built in 2006 and it cost me less money to heat this house as compared to my old 1000 sq/ft house that was re-insulated and built in the 1940's.

UPdate: My math was off, cost me almost $60 to run this heater 24hrs a day for 30 days on the comfort temp setting. I have since moved out of this house so the heater is now unused.
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