I have one and it does give off an odor. Can you explain if that is normal
DeLonghi TRO715L Oil-filled Radiator Heater
This oil-filled radiator heater from DeLonghi has three heat settings and allows you to adjust output levels optimizing energy-efficient operation. With a permanent seal, the fins will never need refilling.
ITEM#: 14974052This oil-filled radiator heater from DeLonghi has three heat settings and allows you to adjust output levels optimizing energy-efficient operation. With a permanent seal, the fins will never need refilling.
- Brand: Delonghi
- Included items: One (1) Delonghi Oil-Filled Radiator Heater
- Type: Heater
- Finish: Glossy white
- Color options: White
- Style: Modern
- Settings: 3 heat settings
- Display: Settings dial
- Energy saver
- Wattage: 1500 watts
- Model: TRO715L
- Dimensions: 24 inches high x 13 inches wide x 5 inches deep
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Energy Star Compliant||Yes|
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I bought this heater to heat our small bedroom which doesn't get enough heat in very cold days. The heater came well packed, works very well. The heater heats up quite fast and provides non drying heat unlike the ceramic heaters. It is on wheels so you are able to move it quite easily even if it is warm, it also is not too hot for young kids, so no harm there... I have to say that the heater IS for small rooms, we tried it in our 13 by 20 room and it did not help with heat much. It is light enough to also carry up and down stairs. Over all I am happy, it work where I need it!Read More
I use this little heater in the garage where I feed an occasional stray cat and a visiting o'possum and raccoon in winter. I feel confident that it is safe enough to run all night unattended and it has gone through one winter without a hitch. I made sure it is not near anything that might be flammable, just centered on the garage floor, in case it gets knocked over. Obviously I have to leave the garage door open enough for the critters to enter so it doesn't get toasty warm in there. I have come into the garage on more than one occasion early morning to find a kitty curled up next to it, so it clearly is somewhat of a comfort. I am very pleased with this product and would recommend.Read More
THIS OIL-FILLED RADIATOR HEATER IS A GOOD WAY TO GET HEAT. IT WAS MORE EXPENSIVE ELSEWHERE. WHEN I WAS ABEL TO BUY IT AT OVERSTOCK.COM FOR A PRICE BETTER THAN ELSEWHERE I WAS HAPPY TO DO SO. I WILL LOOK TO OVERSTOCK.COM FOR FUTURE PURCHASING NEEDS. THANKS. L L MRead More
We have used this type of heat in our home for years. We feel that it is the safest and most economical. This particular unit is priced very effectively and will get the job done. I prefer these over the forced air style space heaters.Read More
The plug pulled apart. I plan to call DeLonghi on Friday to see what they will do .Read More
Serves my purpose. No complaints. Packing was superb and I got exactly what I wanted.Read More
Questions & Answers
Thank you for your question. This could be just the smell of the oil. It would be best to contact the manufacturer to be sure the heater is safe. Have a great day!
Is this energy efficient? Would it be expensive to run.
This oil-filled radiator heater from DeLonghi has three heat settings and allows you to adjust output levels optimizing energy-efficient operation. At max the unit runs at 1500 watts.
Do you need to add oil to these heaters?
No you don't.
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