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Delonghi Fan Heater
Warm up any space with this fan heater from DeLonghi. A digital display, matte finish and two-blade design highlights this heater.
ITEM#: 14811999Warm up any space with this portable fan heater from DeLonghi. A digital display, matte finish and two-blade design highlights this heater.
- Materials: Plastic
- Number of blades: Two (2)
- Fixture finish: Matte
- Motor: 1500W
- Voltage: 120V
- How to turn it on: Dial
- Dimensions: 11 inches high x 9 inches wide x 5.5 inches deep
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This item does not run on batteries. It features a 120-volt plug for wall-socket use.
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