De'longhi TRD4 1025T Dragon 4 Oil Filled Radiator with Timer, 2.5 KW - £90 @ John Lewis
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De'longhi TRD4 1025T Dragon 4 Oil Filled Radiator with Timer, 2.5 KW - £90 @ John Lewis

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Found 9th Dec 2017
Not seen this model as cheep as this for a while, Amazon have also price matched but there are those who would prefer to buy through John Lewis given the choice
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Kenneth1311 h, 27 m ago

Oh no doubt about it, De'longhi is the better company and the rad is more …Oh no doubt about it, De'longhi is the better company and the rad is more thermally efficient, so I can tell anyway from reviews. Like I said it's all going to come down to budget and what it's to be used for.


All electric heaters are equally (100%) efficient. Physics.
Edited by: "emlin" 9th Dec 2017
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This should get hot. ;-)
For fear of getting shot down in flames, why but the delonghi.

Why not get this delivered for £50
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Also, you could have 2 of these for less

hotukdeals.com/dea…933

For less, 2 year warranty as well.

Ok the De'longhi is the better model but it's twice the price so budgets and all that will dictate which will suit.
Edited by: "Kenneth131" 9th Dec 2017
Kenneth13111 m ago

Also, you could have 2 of these for …Also, you could have 2 of these for lesshttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/vax-power-heat-2500w-oil-filled-radiator-with-timer-and-turbo-fan-3999-free-delivery-2849933For less, 2 year warranty as well.Ok the De'longhi is the better model but it's twice the price so budgets and all that will dictate which will suit.


^^^^^^^^^ this.
10 year guarantee though and delonghi dont muck about, replaced one of mine 2 years after purchase within 2 weeks and also gave me £175 compo for slight damage to carpet........
Edited by: "thecheekymonkey" 9th Dec 2017
thecheekymonkey12 m ago

10 year guarantee though and delonghi dont muck about, replaced one of …10 year guarantee though and delonghi dont muck about, replaced one of mine 2 years after purchase within 2 weeks and also gave me £175 compo for slight damage to carpet........



Oh no doubt about it, De'longhi is the better company and the rad is more thermally efficient, so I can tell anyway from reviews. Like I said it's all going to come down to budget and what it's to be used for.
Kenneth1311 h, 27 m ago

Oh no doubt about it, De'longhi is the better company and the rad is more …Oh no doubt about it, De'longhi is the better company and the rad is more thermally efficient, so I can tell anyway from reviews. Like I said it's all going to come down to budget and what it's to be used for.


All electric heaters are equally (100%) efficient. Physics.
Edited by: "emlin" 9th Dec 2017
Vax one only cost £19.99 delivered. Hmmmm but thats only 1.5kw
linhang901 h, 7 m ago

Vax one only cost £19.99 delivered. Hmmmm but thats only 1.5kw


There's another Vax which is linked to above. 2.5 kW with fan. £40.
This seems very expensive what's so special about this one vs the cheaper ones out there. Seems these aren't very reliable if someone on this post says they had one damage there carpet within 2 years bought one of these oil filled radiators about 15 years ago for around 20 quid still going fine is there any improvements in technology seems not if they still use such large amounts of energy to heat up.
Edited by: "MynameisM" 11th Dec 2017
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MynameisM21 m ago

This seems very expensive what's so special about this one vs the cheaper …This seems very expensive what's so special about this one vs the cheaper ones out there.


There are cheaper alternatives to most products on sale an i'm sure if I saw a good deal on a Mercedes you could say they are often unreliable and what's wrong with buying a cheaper Renault, "Iv'e had one years and has never broke down" and all that, This radiator is cheaper than it has been, That's all I'm saying
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