Italian brand De'Longhi has been making small domestic appliances for many years, with heaters and air-conditioners being among the first products they produced. The company took over the British firm Kenwood, around ten years ago, and these heaters are probably made in the old Kenwood factory in China these days. The design and development is still carried out in Italy, however, which give the products their style.
The HTE332-3 is an inexpensive, yet stylish and powerful, fan heater which has two heat settings, 1.5KW or 3KW, and also has the option of fan only for summer use. There is a variable thermostat for temperature control and a frost protection option for keeping the temperature at around five degrees - useful for conservatories or garages where there may not be central heating.
Like most fan heaters this machine is quite noisy - noisier than some I've used, and it does circulate the dust a bit! Also, for a portable heater there is no carrying handle or area to slip your hand in for moving it around, which makes it slightly awkward to pick up - it is just a little too big to move one-handed. The useful features out-weigh the negative though, and the heater works well heating a large room fairly quickly. It is compact for storing and the cable can be wrapped around underneath for tidiness.
If you are looking for a small inexpensive heater that works well - and don't mind the noise - then this little De'Longhi should fit the bill nicely - good value at the price.
I have been really pleased with this little heater - so much so I have now purchased a second one for an even lower price from Amazon. The first one proved really handy during the recent cold spell and easily out-performs a Honeywell heater I purchased last winter.