|Item Weight||27.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.4 x 14.2 x 25.6 inches|
|Item model number||TRD0715T|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||De'Longhi Trd0715T Oil-Filled Radiator, Owner Manual|
|Warranty Description||1 year limited.|
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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From the manufacturer
Maximum Heat with Low Surface Temperature
The De’Longhi TRD0715T Oil-Filled Radiator offers maximum heat while maintaining a low surface temperature, thanks to the patented thermal chimneys. The simple controls allow you to customize your heat with an adjustable thermostat and three temperature settings, and a 24-hour programmable timer maintains an optimal room temperature on your schedule while conserving energy. The heater never requires refilling, and pre-assembled, snap-in wheels ensure a tool-free setup.
An adjustable thermostat and three temperature settings ensure comfortable heat
Patented Smart Snap wheels require no tools for setup
Tool-Free Setup and Easy Operation
The De’Longhi Oil-Filled Radiator features easy-to-use controls, with an adjustable thermostat and three temperature settings, allowing you to customize the heat to your preferences. The heater also has an anti-freeze feature, which automatically turns the unit on when the temperature drops below 42 degrees. The unit comes with snap-in wheels, which require no tools for assembly or setup. The cord wraps around the front plate, making moving and storing the unit easy.
Efficient Heat with Safety in Mind
The De’Longhi Oil-Filled Radiator delivers maximum heat while maintaining an exterior that is cool to the touch, making it ideal for homes with children or pets. The unit has seven permanently sealed channels filled with pure diathermic oil, providing years of efficient heat without ever requiring a refill.
Durable Metal Construction for Reliable Heating
Made from durable, rust-resistant metal, this heater offers safe operation, thanks to its rounded corners and thermal cutoff, which ensures that the unit never overheats. The unit measures 14.17 x 18.11 x 25.6 inches (L x W x H). With no moving parts, this heater provides consistent, silent warmth.
24-Hour Programmable Timer
The heater has a 24-hour programmable timer, so you can ensure you’ll have the warmth your schedule needs. With 96 settings and easy setup, the timer allows users to heat spaces without manually turning on the unit.
Thermal chimneys provide maximum heat while maintaining a low surface temperature
What's in the Box
De’Longhi TRD0715T Oil-Filled Radiator, and owner’s manual.
- Provides efficient heat while maintaining a low surface temperature
- Adjustable thermostat and three temperature settings for customized warmth
- Rust-resistant metal prevents corrosion
- Thermal cutoff ensures the unit never overheats
- Anti-freeze technology prevents frozen pipes
- Silent operation makes it ideal for bedrooms
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|Item Dimensions||14.17 x 9.45 x 25.59 in||10.3 x 16.4 x 26.1 in||25 x 13.75 x 10.75 in||9.25 x 14.25 x 24.5 in||18 x 7 x 15 in||7.63 x 23.6 x 8.6 in|
Delonghi TRD0715T Safe Heat Oil-Filled Radiator
Effectively heat any room of the house with the DeLonghi portable oil-filled radiator. The heater produces 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 and optimize energy-efficient operation. For added energy savings it also features a 24-hour programmable timer. With 96 settings you can heat a room for any amount of time and for different time periods during the day and night. 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, the DeLonghi oil-filled radiator is the perfect solution to all your heating needs.
Dimensions: 9.45? x 14.17? x 25.59?. Weight: 27.7lbs.
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Within the last hour or so I brought it into the house and placed it underneath a large bay window area that can be cold on a winter day. It's doing a great job on the middle heat setting. I recommend this heater. I may buy another one - one for the shop and one for the house.
Be aware that - as with all heaters - it is not recommended to be left on without someone nearby. I would not leave it on at night to warm my shop for the cat or dog. I would, however, use it to preheat the shop area before the pets bed down for the night.
UPDATE - Bought this heater in Jan 2014. Worked fine for three winters. Was carefully stored in a climate controlled storage unit each off season. Was ready to use it this winter, but when I plugged it in (switch was in off position) it tripped a circuit breaker. Got out my VOM (I was an electronics tech in the military) and began checking things. With the switch off, I measured about 30 ohms. That is unusual. Should have measured an infinite resistance. Then with the switch in any of the on positions, I read zero ohms. Very unusual. Looked to be a short somewhere - probably in the switch mechanism. It was impossible to remove the cord storage cover (without tearing up the heater) to inspect the cord connection. So, what did I do? I put it in the trash can for pickup on Monday. I am not a happy camper. This heater should have given good service for a number of years - not just three winters.
Purchased first unit in 2014 Nov - had to send it back for replacement as the plug got hot and melted with the setting on high
Amazon replaced it without issues (Thank you Amazon) When we got the new unit we did all of the breaking in it tells you to do without problems.. then we decided to see if the high setting would heat the plug so we waited a few minutes sure enough it was beginning to heat up SO we decided to use it on the Med setting - worked fine, no smell, no issues. for the first 2 years although the little light settings blinked once in awhile - 3 nights ago (March 20 2017) while watching TV we smelled plastic burning and - the cord and carpet under it were on fire - Nothing has bent the wire, nothing was ON the wire - it was about 1 foot from the unit where it defaulted - Saying all of this During very cold weather we HAVE ALLOWED THIS UNIT TO RUN ALL NIGHT WHILE WE SLEPT - thank God THIS WAS not ONE OF THOSE NIGHTS or we would have most certainly burned the trailer and ourselves down. Mobile homes go up quick. For what ever reason this unit seems to pull in more juice than it says.. 2 out of 2 units failed. this should have lasted more than the couple years we had it. and it should have Never caught fire. It really IS to bad because it actually kept the room warm and had no smell not sound. just nice warmth -
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Purchased this unit a year ago - Gave it a 2 star because the unit does keep the room tepidly warm even though I Must use it at the low setting - (my home is not very well insulated and I live where the winter temps can get below freezing for days on end- we are looking for electric heat to compensate the days we do not use the wood stove)
I returned the first unit (Amazon was Great in the return process) because the plug actually melted using it on the high setting. I tried the replacement on high for awhile to see if the cord/plug was going to overheat and it seemed as though it was getting far too warm for my comfort- so it is being used on a low setting. IF I were able to use the high setting I think it would be great at keeping the room warm but I fear it would burn my house down. It is quiet and no odor but you must follow directions to break it in before use to avoid odors - the unit is quiet but when first turned on it makes a few clicking sounds as the oil heats up but this lasts only for a few minutes -
If not for the fact that the cord and plug heats terribly when used on high this unit would be getting a 5 star rating - unfortunately I am looking at a different heater for this year -
I bought 4 different types of heaters in 2011 in my quest to lower my heating bill, as I related below. The left indicator light is on the blink and for a while it would not turn on. I thought it had died, and was ready to give up, but it turned out to be the adjustable thermostat not working.
This prompted me to look into the warranty. With a warranty of only one year, and it being so heavy to ship for a repair or return, if it develops a problem, would be a write-off.
Their literature says it is built to last, but if so, why so short a warranty? It is a great heater, if it works and continues to work.
Initial review below:
In my quest to lower my heating oil use this winter, I sought an electric space heating solution, and took elaborate measures to find the best solution.
Please also refer to my review of the Duraflame Colby IQ heater.
In summary, I bought this Delonghi, a Vornado Vortex, a Pelonis 4 Disc Ceramic, a Duraflame Colby IQ heater, and compared the heating ability of all four, plus an older Pelonis 4 disc, in a controlled experiment using the same closed room, holding all other factors constant--although for the Delonghi, I added an external fan to help circulate. All four raised the temperature by 7 degrees from 60 degrees in 30 minutes, so are equivalent, in a small enclosed room.
I am now using each one for a different purpose. The Pelonis for instant, quick and intense heating of small space; the Vornado for slower heating of a whole room--nice feature is that it is not hot to the touch; the Duraflame Colby as an on/off cycling heater, and the Delonghi as a constantly on basic area heater.
The Delonghi is kept on constantly, at a low heat level, to keep my home's lower level zone heating off--and is unattended. The heat rises from the top, in a strong flow, and does not need a fan, so it is relatively quiet.
My oil consumption has declined by 33%, but my electricity use doubled--went up by $100. Did I save money on a net basis? Yes, if I do not figure in the $500 cost of buying all four heaters--which cannot be recouped in one season. I cannot measure how much electricity each one consumes.