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De'Longhi Retro HVR9033 Fan Heater - 3 Kilowatt


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  • Retro-design fan heater with 3 kw heat output
  • Features 2 heat settings (1.5 kw or 3 kw) and cool air facility
  • Adjustable room thermostat to automatically set and maintain desired temperature
  • Anti-frost protection and overheat safety thermostat with thermal cut-off
  • Comes with 3-way positioning of fan to adjust direction of heat
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  • Product Dimensions: 31 x 26 x 32 cm ; 1.7 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 3.2 Kg
  • Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
  • Item model number: HVR9033
  • ASIN: B00069NUDO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jan 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,482 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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The Retro HVR9033 from De'Longhi is a sturdy metal fan heater with a powerful 3 kW heat output, plus a strong cool air flow for summer use. It features a choice of two heat settings and an adjustable room thermostat to automatically set and maintain the desired temperature, as well as anti-frost protection.

The Retro heater features three positions to allow greater control of airflow, a power indicator light and an overheat safety thermostat with thermal cut-out.

Box Contains

  • 1 x De'Longhi HR9033 Retro Electric Heater
  • 1 x Full product instructions
  • 1 x UK fitted plug

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    71 of 72 people found the following review helpful By K. Addison on 11 Dec 2007
    I have been looking for a decent fan heater for some time and finally decided upon this one.. On the whole, I am impressed with the build of the fan heater - it's not made of plastic and so feels pretty sturdy. Also, the design of it is fantastic for those aiming for a retro life, or a little bit of style - many fan heaters out there look like something your grandparents would own...

    The fan has 3 settings - 1. Summer use (cool air), 2. heating at low power (1.5kW?) and 3. heating at maximum power (3 kW). When setting the thermostat, you need to wait until the room temperature gets to where you want it, and then slowly turn the knob/thermostat on the back until the light goes out and the fan turns off. At that point, the fan heater will continue to maintain the temperature it is set at, happily turning itself on and off to do this. Furthermore, the heater itself has 2 positions it will happily sit in, either parallel to the floor or at a 45degree angle to it (that is, the floor). These are ample, don't reckon you would need any other positions. Incidentally, the fan is quiet (comparatively, that is) and does not make any loud noises that I have heard other (cheaper) fans make.

    However, the reason for giving it 4 stars and not 5 is that it lacks a few functions that other fan heaters have. Firstly, the thermostat is not variable, and therefore you cannot set it at a particular temperature (like, for example, 22 degrees) which the heater would then attempt to maintain. In some ways I would have preferred being able to stipulate a precise temperature, rather than guessing at hot and cold. Secondly, the little heater does not oscillate. This isn't such a problem right now, but when im using this fan in the summer I may regret my purchase.
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    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Fran on 25 Oct 2012
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    I'm very happy with this fan, which is currently the only "best buy" in its section in Which magazine. It is small, effective and well designed. I have underfloor heating and need a cheaper means of warming my rooms as it gets colder. This is exactly what I need and I recommend it to anybody looking for a heater which does the job fast and safely. I also like the idea that I can use it to cool down my flat on the hotter days of summer. I prefer not to use the hottest setting, finding the next one is just right for my needs and it also doesn't switch off as often to let the machine cool off. The fan can be moved up or down to target the area at which you wish to direct the heated air, and it doesn't take long to heat the whole room, whichever way you choose to make it face. I am always extremely happy with Amazon's service.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By DoesntMatter on 14 May 2013
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    At the beginning we were very happy with the product. Sadly just after a few weeks of service it decided to switch off every time after 2 minutes. we did not cover it, use any extension cords or put it into a
    too tiny room. Amazon kindly refunded us the full price. We bought it as it had been a "best buy" of the Which? magazine. Funnily enough they don't even list it no more.
    Avoid!
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By janner on 17 Dec 2012
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    This is a really funky looking heater which pushes out heat and warms a room very well. However, the flex is a little over 1.5 metres long and on it there is a sticker which states that extension leads must not be used when powering the appliance due to the risk of cable overheating. If you have a large room or need to use the heater at some distance from the socket then this may not be the heater for you. It would be helpful if this information was given in the product details before purchase. The only other small niggle is that there is no handle on the top of the heater - to pick it up you must lift it by its leg and carry it sideways - not so good if you need to move it during use.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By MX78 on 29 Mar 2012
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    This is a pretty good heater. It looks nice, sits securely on the floor and heats very well. The thermostat function is good; once the room reaches the desired temperature, it clicks off, coming on again when necessary.

    It is a little noisy, but nothing to really complain about. It can't compete with a practically-silent oil heater, but then fan-heaters are much quicker and direct. When I'm sitting in my study, working, I want my toes warmed quickly, and this does the job.

    The switch is on the back of the heater, which is a little awkward if it sits on the ground, but it's very lightweight to move around.

    Other than that, I'm happy, and Amazon did the business with delivery once again.
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    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Fergie on 13 Jan 2012
    Just moved house and have a large kitchen which is inadequately heated by a single radiator. Bought this neat wee fan to supplement central heating. It is excellent and can heat this space in 5-10 minutes. It's pretty cool looking too!
    Would thoroughly recommend this product. Oh...and arrived promptly too!!
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By cerieb on 26 Nov 2013
    This fan heater heats the room beautifully, but as many other reviewers have already mentioned: the plug gets incredibly hot - hot enough, in fact, to burn you. It has melted a number of my 4-way sockets just from being on the "1" setting for an hour. On one occasion when my partner was playing on his PS3, which was plugged into the same wall socket as the fan, the socket almost caught fire in the wall. There was smoke coming from it!

    I have tried using the thermostat setting and I have to say that I don't think it's very accurate at all. It just turns on occasionally and blasts you, meaning that the room simply goes through cycles of being a bit too hot and then a bit too cold. On top of that, if you leave it set to the 'off' setting (or "0," as it's called on the dial) and go out for a few hours, it randomly switches itself back on - meaning that you may find that you come home to this fan randomly blowing cold air. This thing is an electrical hazard and my electrical bills went up last winter when I used it!

    I hasten to add that the 'cold' setting is useless - it did nothing whatsoever during the scorching Summer we had this year! I cracked it out thinking "well, if it mustn't do hot, then we'll make use of the cold setting." Ha! It's like being whispered to by a kitten.

    I contacted DeLonghi about it via email and they said to bring it into my nearest "authorised repair agent" for "inspection," and provided me with a list of premium rate phone numbers. Very helpful.

    One more thing: if you're a contact lens wearer like me, it will also totally dry out your contact lenses.

    This thing is dangerous! Avoid. Like the plague.
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