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DeLonghi TCH7590ER 30-Inch Ceramic Tower Heater


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  • Ceramic tower heater with digital control panel and full-function remote control
  • Adjustable thermostat; 3 power levels; oscillating base for even heat distribution
  • Tip-over safety switch with auto shut-off; anti-freeze and ventilation modes
  • 24-hour digital timer; removable anti-dust filter; power indicator light
  • Measures approximately 13 by 12-3/5 by 30 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 12.6 x 28 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9 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: B001CPV3GM
  • Item model number: TCH7590ER
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #762,888 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Amazon.com Product Description

A great money-saving alternative to heating the entire home, this energy-efficient space heater features a ceramic heating element for quickly and safely warming a room. Its user-friendly digital control panel, along with the included full-function remote control, allows for easily selecting from a variety of settings. Choose from heating, anti-freeze, or ventilation mode with a simple press of the button. In heating mode, the unit offers an adjustable thermostat and three power levels: "min" (825 watts) for reduced noise and energy consumption, "max" (1500 watts) for heating a room quickly, and "auto" where the appliance automatically determines the operating power based on the ambient conditions. The unit's base can be set to oscillate for evenly distributing heat, while its tip-over safety switch automatically turns the heater off if it falls over accidentally. In anti-freeze mode, the appliance keeps the room at a temperature of 45 degrees F to prevent freezing temperatures, and in ventilation mode, choose from "min" or "max" fan-only speeds for air circulation without the heat. The unit's 24-hour digital timer, which can be used in any operating mode, makes it possible for the unit to automatically turn on or off after a specific amount of time--great for heating the kitchen in the morning before work or having the unit turn itself off an hour after bedtime. Two AAA batteries for the remote control come included. Other highlights include a removable anti-dust filter, a power indicator light, and a space-saving tower design. Designed and engineered in Italy, the ceramic tower heater measures approximately 13 by 12-3/5 by 30 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty.

Product Description

The DeLonghi TCH7590ER Ceramic Heater has an easy to use electronic control panel with a 24 hr timer. The remote control allows for easy and immediate control of all functions. The motor driven swiveling structure distributes warm air throughout the room but has a tip over safety switch that automatically turns the heater off if it accidentally falls over.

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The fan is quiet on low power-mode, but not whisper quiet.
AndyL
There is also fan speed controls and also an automatic setting so it does what it has to do to keep the temperature the unit is set at.
Ryan
Heats my very large and drafty 30x10 living room without any problem.
T. Rowe

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By AndyL on November 22, 2009
I was originally considering DeLonghi's DCH4590ER Ceramic Heater. Besides the different form factor, the two are almost identical (same wattages, same controls) except for one key difference. The TCH7590ER runs its fan at a lower speed when you run the heater on low power mode - much quieter than on high power mode. The DCH4590ER however always runs its fan at the same high speed (loud!), even in low power mode. This was a total deal breaker, and so I opted for the more more expensive TCH7590ER.

So far I've been happy with the heater, it doesn't exactly what I expected it to do.

Only 4 stars, for the following slight issues. 1) The fall over kill switch totally cuts the power. This is probably a design feature, but it means every time you move the heater (which also trips the kill switch) you have to redial in your preferences (namely temperature and power mode). 2) The fan is quiet on low power-mode, but not whisper quiet.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By CatLadyKnR on October 13, 2009
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I recently ordered this heater, and was amazed by how efficient it is. The sleek design, near-silent running, and handy remote control are all real winners! The "beep" that people have mentioned when you change a setting on the heater is not really that big of a deal, to me; it's momentary and signals that the heater received your request - overall the beep is truly not that loud. This single heater keeps a ground-level, 300 sq. ft, spanish-tiled floor comfortably warm the whole day and night through. I highly recommend this heater!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Thomas C. Duensing on October 15, 2009
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I'm not going to repeat what was said in the previous 3 reviews, but I will say that all of the reviews were very accurate.

This unit is efficient and quiet. The confirmation beep is a bit loud as mentioned in another review, but not too bad.

The heater puts out a good deal of heat. I put it to test in my garage. The garage is 24x24 with 10 feet ceilings, and lightly insulated. This unit probably wasn't meant to heat such a large area, but it still did a good job. On an evening where the temperature was 40F outside and the garage temp was 61F, after running the heater for one hour on the lowest setting, the garage heated up 6 degrees to 67F. I was able to sit in the garage enjoying a nice cigar without a coat on. We'll see how it performs during one of our bitter cold Chicago winters, but I expect it will be fine as long as I sit near the heater--which is how I plan to use it. I also plan to use it in my basement office. I'm sure it won't have any trouble warming that room (8x12).

The unit is very quiet at it's lowest fan setting--you can hear it, but just barely. Running it on the high fan setting naturally generates more noise, but even at the high setting the fan noise is much less than a typical bathroom fan and very reasonable.

The heater is built quite well and doesn't take up much space.

I'm very pleased with this purchase--it was worth every penny.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By iLikeAmazon on December 17, 2009
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Just like many people, I liked the reviews from many customers here. I want a heater with a 24-hour timer and this is the only brand I find. Most heaters only has a 4 or 8-hour timer. When the price dropped from $70 to $50, I ordered two with free shipping. A day later, a new review was posted with only 1 star. It made me worry for a few days.

They arrived in one package with no issue at all. Spent about 20 minutes each to assemble the base of the fan. Tried both for a few days and here is what I found....

- Beeping is a little loud (may be good for elderly people). After opening the cover of this unit, the control panel is in an enclosed sealed casing so I can't open it to cover up the speaker. It means I can not adjust this fan while my wife is sleeping at night......

- The 24 hours timer is nice. I set up the time to warm up my room before we wake up early in the morning. And before we come home after a long day of work (more than 8 hours later). It increments in a 30-minute interval before the 10th hour, then increment by an hour after that. I wish it can increment 30 minutes all the way to 24 hour.......

- While you are using the control panel on the unit, the oscillation motor pauses for you. That is nice!

- It oscillates about 90 degree, I wish it can oscillates 0 to 360 degree with adjustable mechanical or electronic setting (like my water sprinkler for my yard, I can adjust it for any degree). If it can oscillate 360 degree, then I can put it in the middle of my room.

- It generates a lot of heat and air for this size and for this price! If you expect it to warm up your whole room instantly, then you need a more powerful heater.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By DC on January 30, 2009
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I purchased two of these for the office I work in and they work nicely. They are very quiet when operating, the only thing is that there is a beep when you want to change a setting which cannot be turned off (I guess it is for safety purposes).
Other than that, it works great, has an auto shut off/safety button below so if you are going to move and dont want to reset it, you have to slide it to its new location.
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