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DeLonghi TRD0715T Safeheat 1500W Portable Oil-Filled Radiator with Vertical Thermal Tunnels

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  • Permanently sealed with pure diathermic oil - never needs refilling
  • 24-hour timer with 96 settings
  • Patented vertical thermal tunnels to maximize radiant heat flow while maintaining a low surface temperature
  • Automatically turns on when the room temperature drops below the set temperature with anti-freeze setting
  • Automatically turns off with safety thermal cut-off if heater becomes too warm
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 14.2 x 25.6 inches ; 25 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 27.7 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000A33B1C
  • Item model number: TRD0715T
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (652 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,073 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description


TRD0715T ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator by DeLonghi
With the built in timer, save money by preserving unneeded energy use

TRD0715T ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator by DeLonghi
Pre-assmbled wheels snap into place easily

TRD0715T ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator by DeLonghi
Thermal slots allow maximum heat out while maintaining a low surface heat

Effectively and efficiently heat any room of the house with the DeLonghi TRD0715T ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator. This heater actually saves you money by automatically maintaining the optimal room temperature. Vertical thermal tunnels and a built-in energy-saving timer provide the maximum amount of radiant heat while ensuring a low surface temperature, making the radiator a nice choice for homes with pets or kids.

The user-friendly control panel offers an adjustable thermostat and three heat settings to customize your heating needs. The anti-freeze setting allows the unit to automatically turn itself on when the temperature drops below 44 degrees F. Safety highlights include rust-resistant durable metal construction, a gently rounded design, and a thermal cut-off function that automatically turns the heater off if it starts to overheat. With its sleek look and silent operation, a DeLonghi oil-filled radiator is the perfect solution to all your heating needs.

TRD0715T ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator by DeLonghi
Effective and efficient heat in any room
Energy-Saving Timer

With 96 settings on the built-in timer, you can heat rooms for any desired amount of time and save money by preserving unneeded energy use. You can also select different time periods throughout the day and night.

Pre-Assembled Wheels

The patented pre-assembled wheels easily snap into place on the radiator. No tools are needed.

Vertical Thermal Tunnels

The design of the TRD0715T's thermal slots allows the radiator to push out maximum heat while maintaining a low surface temperature, helping to make the radiator safer for homes with kids or pets.

Watts Economizer

For more economical use, the two pilot light switches may be used individually, after unit has reached the operating temperature, or combined for a maximum 1500 total watts output.

Antifreeze Function

Turning the thermostat dial to the antifreeze setting and pushing the switches on will allow the radiator to maintain a minimum room temperature of approximately 42 degrees F (5 degrees C), thus preventing freezing while conserving energy.

Safety Auto Shut Off (Overheat Protection)

A safety device switches the heater off in the event of overheating. To restart the heater, remove overheating source, unplug the heater and wait at least 15 minutes to reset the safety device.

Product Description

The DeLonghi TRD0715T Safeheat 1500W Portable Oil-Filled Radiator features vertical thermal tunnels engineered to maximize radiant flow while maintaining a low surface temperature. The unit is permanently sealed with pure diathermic oil for stable and efficient heating and never needs refilling. It has a 24-hour timer with 96 settings, three heat settings and an adjustable thermostat. Convenient pre-mounted wheels ensure safety and stability.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

If it gets extremely cold and windy outside I have to turn it up, but it always keeps the room nice and warm.
T Towns
The directions state that only the first couple hours will be smelly but I have had this thing running for 20+ hours and it still emits a toxic smelling odor.
Lexter Diamonds
The timer works well, and the heater does an excellent job of cranking out quiet heat and quickly warming the room.
Steve Carter

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

834 of 843 people found the following review helpful By SoCalReviews on February 24, 2006
I have tried the quartz and ceramic heaters which often require a small fan to circulate air past the elements to heat the air. I have also been in homes that use natural gas for gravity heat, central air, built in electric ceiling heat, and a natural gas wall heater. Most of the gas or electric element heaters that I mentioned tend to dry out and remove some of the oxygen from the air which can cause that uncomfortable "soar throat and headache" feeling. These DeLonghi oil-filled radiators don't seem to negatively effect the air since they use clean electricity and simply heat up the air through efficient convection and radiation. This model TRD0715T has side metal tubing that creates more of a vacuum effect which seems to make the hot air blow out of the top of the unit without the use of a fan. DeLonghi rightfully nicknames this as a "Dragon model" since has the effect of a forced air heater without the noise or extra electricity requirements. On low 700W, medium 900W, or high 1500W settings you can feel the hot air at least two feet above the top of the heater. A simple analog thermostat dial enables you to choose your desired temperature level for the unit to operate at. Other nice features include a 96 position, 24 hour timer that allows you to customize when the heater turns on or off throughout the day. There are also some nice safety features such as an automatic shut-off if the unit is tipped over or if the temperature of the unit gets too high. Although the sides and top of the device get hot it does not burn you if you happen to accidently touch it. These devices are very efficient compared to the other electric heaters and many people use them as very efficient room space heaters and they are able to turn down their central air systems to save on gas or electricity.Read more ›
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775 of 809 people found the following review helpful By William Davison on December 2, 2006
Just bought this, still deciding whether to keep it. Ran a little experiment, thought it might give folks an idea of what to expect.

Room size: 154SF (11x14)

Finished, unheated basement room, with one insulated external wall, the rest uninsulated interior walls. No windows, door closed.

Outside temp: 15F

Put heater in center of room

Put thermometer on a desk 6 feet away

Started at 10:20AM with a cold heater set on high, measured for 5 hours

10:20AM 49.6F

11:20AM 55.9F

12:20PM 59.9F

01:20PM 62.6F

02:20PM 64.4F

03:20PM 65.8F

So roughly 2 hours to raise the temp 10F, 4 hours to raise the temp 15F

Unfortunately, I suspect that none of the competing electric heaters would do significantly better, since they're all limited to 1500W. Since I'm reluctant to try a fuel-burning heater in an unventilated space, I may stick with this Delonghi and call it good enough.
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149 of 159 people found the following review helpful By lighten_up_already2 VINE VOICE on September 25, 2007
Here's a review from the perspective of having used one of these for an entire winter. I bought one of these a year ago so we could set our natural gas heat on a very low temprature at night during the winter and still keep the master bedroom warm. Here are my observations.

1. It performed flawlessly and was so quiet we wouldn't even know it was there.

2. The timer is what sold me on the unit. 24 hours divided into small time intervals which may each be turned on or off give huge flexibility in when this heater runs and doesn't. It's on automatically only when you want it on.

3. The heat comes out the top. The sides stay very "cool" for a heater. I can put may hands on the sides for about a half a second, which means that touching the heater accidently on the sides probably won't cause a burn. It really seems to be built with safety in mind.

4. I would, of course, still follow the directions with regard to how close it is placed to other objects. As an additional safety measure, I bought a large, thick ceramic tile to put on the carpet, and then I put the heater on the tile.

5. There is an oily smell that seems to come from the heater when it is new out of the box and after being turned on for the first time after being in storage for the summer. When we first activated ours two nights ago we smelled it, but tonight not so much.

6. Some seem to have had build quality issues and I can't comment on that because we seem to have received a good one.

7. I live in the Pacific Northwest where the winter temperatures rarely get below 30 degrees. I know in some places it gets way colder than that, and I have no idea how well this heater would keep you warm under those circumstances.

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223 of 242 people found the following review helpful By J. S. Radford on January 19, 2007
I've had an old Delonghi oil-filled space heater for 15 years or more. It had a recall on the control panel. The last few years it has been leaking oil on high setting. So I searched and decided on the newest version of the old Delonghi.

This is a good product with easy control and a clever timer feature (took me a while to figure out, though - NOT obvious, and I'm reasonably bright and handy!).

Only complaint, and it is fairly serious: when new, it stinks when run on high setting, which is only 1500 watts, after all.

There was a paper in the packing that said to expect some off-gassing at first. Well, I've run the thing for 5 days on high heat and it still smells toxic when running on high heat. The paint finish gives off some sort of fumes for days and days. I still cannot stand to run it on the high setting indoors at all. It really smells bad - like curing oil-based paint.

It really stinks! I've been running it in the basement and it still is not nearly acceptable for indoor use.

I trust I will eventually be able to use it in an actual room. I'll give it five more days of blasting away. I may have to send it back. It is pretty heavy, though; I'd lose a lot of money on the deal from shipping costs.
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