De'Longhi 2200W Digital Ceramic Tower Heater

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$189
Price correct as at Thu 21 Jun 2018 6:50:22pm
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Product Description

Ceramic heating technology uses a PTC (ceramic stone) heating element. This technology responds quickly delivering high intensity heat. This compact and light weight series is ideal for spot heating and offers the flexibility to move around the home.

  • Electronic control panel and display to easily control all heat settings and functions, including 24 hour digital timer
  • Economy mode: when selected, the unit will automatically modulate the power input, using less energy than running at maximum power
  • Silence system: only 38 db(a) at minimum power, makes the heater extremely silent and ideal for use in any situation
  • Oscillating base: oscillating action distributes warm air to more parts of the room quickly and efficiently

Product Details

Model Name
Digital Tower Ceramic Heater
Model Number
TCH7092ER
Colour
White
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:190 H:220 L:600
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:230 H:250 L:630
Weight
4kg
Indoor Use
Yes
Outdoor Use
No
Heater Type
Ceramic
Number of heat settings
3
Oscillating Function
Yes
Thermostat
Yes
Remote Control
Yes
Timer Included
Yes
Overheat Protection
Yes
Tip Over Switch
Yes
Voltage (volts)
230-250
Wattage (watts)
2200
Assembly Required
No

Additional Info

Warranty Info

1 Year warranty

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