Amazon.com.mx:Opiniones de clientes: DeLonghi - Calentador de espacio para radiador con aceite, silencioso 1500 W, termostato ajustable, 3 ajustes de calor, ahorro de energía, características de seguridad, ideal para el hogar con mascotas/niños, negro, temperatura confortable KH390715CB
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I owned a De Longhi radiator oil space heater for about thirty-five years. It just died! I had no complaints, it served me well. Fast forward. I saw many types of space heaters and decided that, why try to fix it if it ain't broke! Well, this version of the De Longhi falls far short of my tried and true of thirty-five years! PROS: It heats up quickly; it's quiet. CONS: It's made much more cheaply than my original. I'm still not quite sure what the "plus" is, around having this "Comfort Temp" option. More importantly, in order to push the button to turn it off, you have to put your hand on the HOT unit to steady the heater, so you can push the button, which takes pressure-VERY BAD design! Another BAD design: the portion of the heater that you place your hand under to grab, in order to roll the unit around, IS NOT HOLLOW!!. You have only a small "lip" to hold onto, in order to move the unit!!! I didn't send it back because it does heat my space well and it's quiet. And I just have too much going on right now to pack it up, send it back, and continue researching I would NOT recommend this heater!!!
DeL onghi ....I believe they make a good product. I have a different model from years ago and it still works fine. I dont believe this unit put out as much heat as my other model from years back (same specs). I can only assume its getting to be an industry standard to produce products that are inefficient, low quality, and disposable. But, they cost more. We as consumers can only hope they, the manufacturers will wake up and not treat us like we are idiots and dont see whats happening. DeLonghi,,,,please go back to your high quality products.
I had another Delonghi heater with a lot more functionality and a little LCD screen. I ended up never using the extra functionality, and the UI for basic stuff was a pain to use. Even worse operating it at night because the screen was not backlit. This one doesn't do much, but it does what it does WELL. The UI is very simple, and can be easily operated in zero light. I also feel it gets hot faster than the previous one.
I had a heater that lasted for way longer than expected from this company, it heated up nicely and wasn't hot to move or as heavy. This one I can't move while on, I remember burning myself trying. And there's no handles or anything, the weight seems off so I'm pretty nervous having it on around my family with all of those things added up. The last one felt lots safer overall and disappointed it finally broke. I too, like other reviewers didn't have the time to pack it up and send it back but I'm regretting it more as it sits in my closet while it's getting colder out, and looking at the price I regret it even more
This is a 1500 Watt heater (tested on my Kill A Watt at 1490 Watt), which creates a maximum heat output of ~5100 BTU, which is good enough for rooms pretty much any size. Since this is oil-filled, it keeps the temperature rather consistent, so just turn both switches on and leave it to your desired temperature setting. I like oil-filled radiators in bedrooms as they produce virtually no noise, but I use infrared in other rooms as they heat up the room faster (although louder). That said, oil-filled radiators take longer to heat up, but again, no problem if it's in a bedroom. I wouldn't use the "energy saving" comfort temperature feature, there is no such thing as energy efficiency when it comes to electric heaters as they are all 100% efficient (as in, each watt procedures X amount of BTU heat).
I bought it this winter as substitution to a heat blower. Main disadvantage of any heat bower is that it dries out air in our room and it's not good for your mucous. This one is exception. It "smart" enough to keep the same temperature in your room, but, in the same time, do not heat it continuously to save your money. And it saved me about hundred dollars for electricity during each month because I didn't run air conditioner in a heat mode to warming whole office, but heated just one room instead. And at last, but not least I want to mention that DeLonghi is respectful manufacturer, it is well-known and loved in Europe. They definitely stand behind of their products and quality is traditionally high. And this heater just confirmed that. I rated it in 5 stars.
Also I saw another review that said the temperature was wrong or something. If you want to heat your 10x10 room to 80degrees in the freezing winter and you have poor insulation or there is a lot of draft coming in, then your heater probably has to stay on for the majority of the time OR the temperature may never get there.
This heater has a dial with heat levels rather than temperature. I prefer this because I saw many reviews that say "temperature is wrong". Well...there are many factors to this. Not really sure what the comfort temp button ACTUALLY does...I haven't taken the time to test it out, but I also never turned it off.
I also saw someone's review showing the heater that was either opened or blown up. wow...I don't even know how that happens especially if there is overheating protection. I figured that if the radiator does not have air, then it shouldn't expand that much depending on what type of liquid is actually in there. Sort of blows my mind that the radiator heater "exploded" on the reviewer.
Anyways, just like all other radiator heaters in my experience, it takes a bit to warm up the entire room, but this one seems to heat my 10x16 room with 10ft vaulted ceiling pretty good.