... After buying a rather dodgy Glen fan heater from a local supplier that kept sparking each time the heater was switched on, I made my way to the city to find a better, quality item and settled on the Delonghi HTE 332 portable fan heater.
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• Choice of ... Read review
Powerful, compact, easy to store, reliable, heat insulated body.
Expensive to run, can be dangerous, very noisy, not always consistent.
"...item and settled on the Delonghi HTE 332 portable fan heater.
==Nar2’s Quick Skip Product Spec==
• Choice of 1.5kw (cold air), 2kw and 3kw settings & 6 levels.
• Thermostat control – cuts out if left on for a longer time.
• Frost Protection – supplies minimal heat.
• Overheat safety cut out.
• Portable and light weight: (H)13.5cm (W)26.7cm (D)25.7cm: beige and grey colouring; offensive and easy to keep clean.
• 2-metre power cord length.
• Price ..."
Ciao members have rated this review on average: exceptional
"...heaters I came across the Delonghi and it's a name I have got to know and trust over the years so I had a further look at their models.
I finally decided on the THE 330/333 model as it has a choice of both hot and cold air settings (the cold air comes in handy during summer months as in previous heaters I have had I put it on cold air next to bed at night and its great) a thermostat control and frost protection. Fan heaters tend to overheat a ..."
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