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DeLonghi 1.5Kw Oil Filled Radiator White £35.00 was£60 @ Tesco direct

£35.00 @ Tesco Direct
The DeLonghi KH590715 1.5kW oil filled radiator has 3 heat settings and an adjustable thermostat. The heater has overheat and frost protection. Read More
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The DeLonghi KH590715 1.5kW oil filled radiator has 3 heat settings and an adjustable thermostat. The heater has overheat and frost protection.
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#1
Same price in Amazon, but 1- 3 weeks dispatch time.
#3
ordered! thanks.
#4
How many years guarantee
#5
3 yrs
#6
Are these expensive to run ? Any one know
#7
trapstar2020
Are these expensive to run ? Any one know

I run one a few hrs a day - my bill hasn't been anything crazy.
6 Likes #8
It'll be 1.5 x your kW hour rate per hour
#9
lincslass30
It'll be 1.5 x your kW hour rate per hour
If it's on max power the whole time (i.e. every second of the hour)
#10
w2ww2
#11
Screwfix do a similar radiator. £35 for a similar model with same heat output and temperature settings, or another £5 for the version with a timer.
#12
How are these compared to oil free radiators in terms of heat output and cost to run?
#13
I used the 3kW version of this as the only heating in my old flat for many years.

Oil filled radiators stay warmer for longer, so when the thermostat clicks off you don't feel the cold straight away. With other types, you tend to keep them on all the time as they go cold so quickly.

Was very happy with mine, the 3kW model was very hot and also had a built in timer.
#14
chicaneuk
Screwfix do a similar radiator. £35 for a similar model with same heat output and temperature settings, or another £5 for the version with a timer.

Do you have a link for the one with the timer? I can't seem to find it!
#15
I have a 1.5kw oil rad I use as a booster in my spare room (coldest room in the flat). Mine is some cheapo effort but it does the job. Think I paid £25 for it. But this is a good price for a DeLonghi one.

Won't heat a big room particularly fast. My spare room is about 2.5m x 3m. Much bigger than that and you probably want a bigger one ....
#16
Good value but will only heat the smallest of rooms. Previous model of this struggled with my 11'x9' bedroom in my old house. However it was not expensive to run at all!
#17
Ebuyer are doing a similar one (not DeLonghi - but same output & features) for £25.

http://www.ebuyer.com/397427-pifco-1500w-7-fin-oil-radiator-with-timer-p43003zt

Dunno if their free delivery applies to it?
#18
I got a 2kw 11 fin from b&m for 40 quid and its rubbish. Have it in the living room of my flat and it never seems to warm up the room.

Iv read good reviews for delonghi oil filled radiators so I think il invest in one.

Voted hot ;)
#19
Just wait for your electricity bill to come in after using this bad boy! oO
#20
lincslass30
It'll be 1.5 x your kW hour rate per hour

Not really, as it wont be on full power all the time.

it will only be on full power for the initial period it takes to warm the radiator up, then it will flick on and off as required to keep the rad at the correct temperature.

If you have a gas fire, I would use that instead of this, as it would be cheaper. However, I have one of these, and its very handy for heating only 1 room if I don't want to put the central heating on.
1 Like #21
robodan918
lincslass30
It'll be 1.5 x your kW hour rate per hour
If it's on max power the whole time (i.e. every second of the hour)

Exactly, the 1.5kW indicates peak power of 1.5kW. Once the oil has heated up, it may only require 500w an hour or so as it will be bursting up to 1.5kW for 2min, 0w for the next 2min while the oil circulates. If it pumped 1.5kW constantly for an hour, the oil would probably overheat :p
banned#22
thanks, but for you information quickly go to asda webpage and on the front page youll find a better and improved version of the same heater for £10.
i repeat myself £10- BARGAIN!!!
2 Likes #23
IFindTheBestDeals
thanks, but for you information quickly go to asda webpage and on the front page youll find a better and improved version of the same heater for £10.
i repeat myself £10- BARGAIN!!!

Really. How about a link to that.

I see no such heater on the Asda homepage.

And if I search their site for "radiator" the cheapest thing that comes up is this [email protected] 600w effort:

http://direct.asda.com/Warmlite-WL43002---oil-radiator/001571505,default,pd.html?dual=0

They do also have a 1.5kw one similar to this (but not a DeLonghi) but it's a few pence under £40.
#24
Used to have one of these in my old flat. It didn't seem to heat the room at all! Ended up with fan heaters... The joys of no central heating!
#25
Thanks! I've been looking for one for my spare room / office as it gets freezing. I couldn't justify the full price but this is much more manageable - just ordered! :)
#26
These were a meagre £5 in Wilkinsons last year and on here too and I bought one. Ho ho
#27
Thanks OP
#29
Only worth getting venturi
#30
I've got this heater and it's OK for small rooms. Don't bother with it if you want to heat anything larger
#31
misteraadam
chicaneuk
Screwfix do a similar radiator. £35 for a similar model with same heat output and temperature settings, or another £5 for the version with a timer.
Do you have a link for the one with the timer? I can't seem to find it!

Sorry for the slow reply, but here it is :)

http://www.screwfix.com/p/ndb-1c-15ts-7-fin-oil-filled-radiator-timer-1500w/58065

Cheers.
#32
Got mine today and it's great - no funky smell either.
#33
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