Delonghi SafeHeat Oil-Filled Radiator

Delonghi SafeHeat Oil-Filled Radiator

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Delonghi TRD0715T SafeHeat Oil-Filled Radiator

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  • Manufacturer: De�Longhi
  • Manufacturer Part Number: TRD0715T
  • Manufacturer Website Address:
  • Product Model: TRD0715T
  • Product Name: SafeHeat Oil-Filled Radiator
  • Packaged Quantity: Included
  • Product Type: Radiator
  • Brand Name: De�Longhi
  • Product Information
  • Heating Element: Oil Filled
  • Features: Rust Resistant
  • Controls/Indicators
  • Heat Settings: 3
  • Controls:
  • Adjustable Thermostat
  • 24-Hour Programmable Timer
  • Power Description
  • Power Source: Electric
  • Physical CharacteristicsMiscellaneousCountry of Origin ItalyWarranty
  • Standard Warranty: 1 Year Limited
  • Specifications

    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 14.5
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA and/or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA and/or Imported

    Customer reviews

    Customer Reviews | 42 reviews | 4.6 out of 5

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    42 reviews | 4.6 out of 5

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    Delonghi Safe Heat Oil-Filled Radiator

    Customer review by DetroitLionsNumberOneFan

    5.0 stars by DetroitLionsNumberOneFan

    Very well designed with the safe sides to prevent children and pets from a nasty hot spot. Only thing that is kind of off is the timer, looks like it was designed in the sixties. Heats great thermostat works well if strangley designed. This unit had high ratings from consumer reports.

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    Emmett, MI
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:3 - 4 months
    Usage:Every day
    Space Heater - Delonghi Oil-filled Radiator

    Customer review by greylyn

    4.0 stars by greylyn

    The product is exactly as shown - no installation necessary. The timer is foolproof and not digital (so it is not affected by power loss). Once the product is placed and plugged in - the timer takes over and turns the heater on and off when scheduled. Multiple power settings control how quickly and how warm the heater gets. The heater is absolutely quiet - not noisy as are the ceramic heaters available with fans. This product met my expectations.

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    Charlotte NC
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:Every day
    works fine

    Customer review by MntMama

    5.0 stars by MntMama

    I've been using this as a backup to my wood heat. I have a 900 sf main room w/cathedral ceilings and about 200 sf of single pane windows. Hard to heat? Oh yeah. This seems to keep the room from getting too cold at night after the fire burns out. At 5 degrees outside it kept the inside temp from dropping below 54 when I used the highest setting. Am able to use the lowest or middle setting w/same results when the temp outside is around 20. And it's safe and quiet. I'd buy it again.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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    by an anonymous customer 2/6/2010
    • The oil is self contained in the unit, you do not have to add or replace it. The heating element heats the oil.
      by OnlineShopper13211/17/2014
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    • You don't have to refill it.
      by Peechy11/17/2014
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    • This is an sealed unit - the oil is a special oil and integral to the unit. It heats via electricity heating the oil - not by burning oil of heating.
      by greylyn11/17/2014
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    • No need to replace oil. It is sealed. I had another unit that had been used for at least 4 years.
      by IlliniCustomer11/17/2014
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    • It runs on electricity not oil.
      by MeINDallas1/22/2011
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    • You do not need to add oil to this heater. It is all self contained so there is no need to add more.
      by Swoozie812/30/2010
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    • The oil is already sealed in the heater and you never have to add.
      by follyfromTN12/15/2010
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    • It isn't meant to be refilled. It supposed to remain self contained.
      by JiffKnee12/10/2010
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    • You don't put oil in it. It has oil inside that circulates. It runs on elec.
      by MntMama12/9/2010
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    • It runs by electricity. The "oil" is sealed within the unit and acts as the heat inductor only. Never need to refill.
      by reb17712/5/2010
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    I was wondering about how much it costs a month to run? Does it run up your bill a big bunch or just 20-30 per month? I'm considering it but it would be on at least the low setting all the time. I don't want to buy some thing that's going to add 50 or more to my already high electric bill.
    by SMRabbitry 1/11/2011
    • of course electricity cost money, but not as expense as other sourdes of electric heat
      by jaad12/31/2012
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    • I have used mine for two months now on a daily basis and I noticed a $12 increase on my first bill. I think it all boils down to how much you use it and the size of the room.
      by BarryEller11/2/2014
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    • Its easy to calculated this yourself: Total Cost/Month = Xhours/day X 30days/month X Cents/KWH X KWH So if you run the heater at the 1000Watt setting (1KW) 10 hours a day, 30 days a week and it costs .10cents per KWH you would have: 10hours/day X 1KW X 30days/month X 10cents/KWH = 3000 cents/month = $30/month.
      by andywinsball3/13/2015
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    • That depends on how you run it. A kilowatt hour is equal to 1000 kilowatts used in one hour. If your energy is 9.5 cents per kilowatt hour the heater then running this heater for 8 hours a day is between $1.14 and $.46 for each day. Try that site to give you an idea of the cost and look on your energy bill to see how much you pay per kilowatt hour.
      by Katia603z3/13/2015
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