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De'Longhi Retro HVR9033 Fan Heater - 3 Kilowatt
|Price:||£97.49 FREE UK delivery.|
- 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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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.
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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.Read more ›
It's styling. It's really lovely. Small but perfectly formed.
It has a retro type styling which wouldn't look out of place in a modern environment.
HOT HOT HOT
For such a small beauty, it packs a punch. 3 kw of heat equates to hot. We have an area which is 29m² and this adequately heats it. Not only heats it, but heats it very well.
COOL COOL COOL
Not only does it look cool, it's able to cool. So it's a heater and a retro looking fan.
It has a small footprint (about 30 CMs x 20 CMs)
3 kw heat output
1.5 kw heat output
frost setting to turn on when it's frosty
Good value, classically styled, superb heater. If you're after a good heater and style is important, this is one to consider.
Would thoroughly recommend this product. Oh...and arrived promptly too!!
The heater looks good and certainly would not be out of place in the home. It produces the heat output I would expect from a 3KW heater. Essentially it has four fan settings; cool, heat level 1, heat level 2 and 'anti freeze'. The first three are I think self explanatory. The antifreeze is intended to stop a room from freezing by switching on when the temperature falls below about 6C.
To be honest, I would never leave a fan heater unattended for more than a few minutes but maybe that is just me.
My problem occured when I switched the heater off and left my workshop for the night. When I came in the following morning the temperature was close to freezing which is what I expected. However, the fan on the heater had switched itself on. Not the heat just the fan even though the switch was in the 'Off' position. There was no way of turning it off other than unplugging it. When I switch something off, I don't expect it turn itself back on again.
I brought the heater into the house and sure enough, after an hour or so at normal room temperature, it switched itself off. I tried it again the next day and the same thing happened. I considered returning it and trying another one but I am pretty sure this is a design fault and not a component fault.
Anyway, apart from this, it is a perfectly good heater. If you are planning to unplug it when not in use then I'm sure you will be quite happy with it. However, if you intend to use it in a very cold environment then it may not be appropriate.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought four of these fan heaters in one order fifteen months ago. Three have worked reliably and effectively throughout this period. Read morePublished 6 months ago by William Tell
This is not steel body and feels flimsy. The thermostat control does not control the temperature well. Not a good bargain for the pricePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very impressed. Super stylish. Great heat. Warmed up the annexe in minutes. Great buy. Highly recommend.Published 11 months ago by Janet