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DeLonghi EW7707CB Safeheat 1500W ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator – Black


DeLonghi EW7707CB Safeheat 1500W ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator - Black

DeLonghi EW7707CB Safeheat 1500W ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator – Black


Maximum Heat with Low Surface Temperature

The De’Longhi EW7707CB ComforTemp Radiator, winner of HFN Magazine’s 2009 Award of Excellence, offers maximum heat while maintaining a low surface temperature, due to patented thermal slots. The simple controls allow users to customize their heat with an adjustable thermostat and three temperature settings, and the ComforTemp setting maintains an optimal room temperature while conserving energy. The heater never requires refilling, and patented pre-assembled wheels ensure a tool-free setup. Its anti-freeze technology automatically turns the unit on when the temperature drops below 42 degrees, preventing frozen pipes.

De’Longhi ComforTemp Radiant Heater
The De’Longhi ComforTemp Radiator provides safe, efficient heat
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DeLonghi ComforTemp Radiant Heater
Patented Smart-Snap wheels ensure a tool-free setup
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Comfortable, Efficient Heat

The De’Longhi ComforTemp Radiator delivers maximum heat while maintaining a cool surface temperature, making it ideal for homes with children or pets. The unit has seven permanently sealed channels filled with pure diathermic oil, providing years of efficient heat without ever requiring a refill. The ComforTemp setting automatically maintains an optimal room temperature while conserving energy, resulting in up to 27 percent energy savings over traditional heaters.

Durable, Rust-Resistant Construction For Reliable Heating

Made from durable rust-resistant metal, this heater offers safe operation, thanks to its rounded corners and thermal cutoff. The heater measures 13.78 x 5.9 x 24.8 inches (L x W x H). With no moving parts, this heater provides consistent, silent warmth.

Easy to Operate and Maintain

The De’Longhi EW7707CB ComforTemp Radiator features easy-to-use controls, with an adjustable thermostat and three temperature settings, allowing you to customize the heat to your preferences. The heater’s anti-freeze feature automatically turns the unit on when the temperature drops below 42 degrees. The unit features patented Smart-Snap wheels, which require no tools for assembly or setup. The cord wraps around the front plate, so moving and storing the unit is easy.

Sleek Design Complements Any Room in Your Home

The heater boasts a sleek, matte black finish and modern design with simple controls, so it will complement any room in your home.

DeLonghi ComforTemp Radiant Heater
The heater’s sleek, matte black finish makes it a stylish addition to any space
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What’s in the Box

De’Longhi EW7707CB ComforTemp Radiator and owner’s manual.


De’Longhi EW7707CB ComforTemp Radiator features:
  • Provides efficient heat while maintaining a low surface temperature
  • Adjustable thermostat and three temperature settings allow for customized warmth
  • ComforTemp setting conserves energy
  • Rust-resistant metal prevents corrosion
  • Anti-freeze technology prevents frozen pipes
  • Silent makes it ideal for bedrooms

  • Safeheat 1500-watt portable radiator type heater has permanently sealed fins with pure diathermic oil that never needs refilling
  • Heats faster and lowest safer-to touch surface temperature than standard oil-filled radiators due to patented thermal slots
  • Save up to 27% on energy bills using the ComforTemp button to automatically maintain the optimal temperature
  • Silent operation is ideal for bedrooms and TV rooms
  • Automatically turns on when the room temperature drops below 44 degrees F with anti-freeze setting and automatically turns off with safety thermal cut-off if heater becomes too warm

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  1. 281 of 296 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Over ten hours for odor to burn off, and less heat than older DeLonghi, January 13, 2012
    By 
    Erik Gordon Bainbridge (North San Francisco Bay, CA United States) –

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    This review is from: DeLonghi EW7707CB Safeheat 1500W ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator – Black (Kitchen)

    UPDATE to my original review:
    =============================
    Even though I did not keep this particular heater, I still use an older DeLonghi oil-filled radiator and have been keeping records about electricity usage. The results should be helpful to anyone considering an oil-filled radiator electric heater.

    I’ve tested electrical consumption both using a Kill-A-Watt meter and by comparing my electricity bills over time. The results show that oil-filled radiator electric heaters can be extremely efficient *IF USED CORRECTLY*, but that if not used correctly can actually be less efficient than other types of electric heaters.

    The most efficient way to use them is to turn them on before you start feeling cold and leave them on low, avoiding if possible turning on both power switches. I live in a moderate climate where nighttime winter temperatures rarely go much below the high twenties Fahrenheit, so this is easier for me than for people in colder areas. I have an oil-filled radiator heater in my bedroom and have found that my electric bills are actually higher when I turn if off the DeLonghi while I’m asleep than when I leave it on low all night. This is because when it’s off all night, in the morning I turn it up high, with both power switches, to heat up my room. However when it’s on all night at a very low heat setting, in the morning I just turn up the thermostat but don’t turn on the second power switch. Instead I use a Lasko 100 My Heat to heat my immediate area. It uses only 200 watts, rather than the 800 watts that the second power switch on the DeLonghi would use, and it heats my immediate area very quickly. The difference in my actual electricity bills were dramatic. Last winter I turned off the DeLonghi before going to bed and this winter I left it on low all night. My electricity bills for the same periods are dramatically lower this year with the DeLonghi on low all night.

    I was disappointed that the particular DeLonghi I wrote the original review about did not work out for me, but if I were buying a new heater today, it would probably be another DeLonghi oil-filled radiator. When used correctly, they can be really efficient.

    ORIGINAL REVIEW:
    I filed for a return on a Friday and UPS wouldn’t be able to pick up the unit until Monday, so over the weekend I decided to test it some more. I didn’t want to return it unless it really was defective. After about 16 hours of operation at high heat, the odor was finally mostly (but not entirely) gone, but now there was a new problem: the heater wasn’t outputting as much heat as when I first had it. Initially, it became so hot that I could barely touch it with my bare hand, but on my last day of testing, I was able to lay my bare hand on top for prolonged periods without feeling any risk of being burned. In contrast, my much older DeLonghi EW0507 Safeheat still gets too hot to touch.

    I have two other DeLonghi oil-filled radiators and I love both of them. After returning this heater, I considered ordering the same model as a replacement and decided first to contact DeLonghi and find out their reaction to my experience. I immediately received an automated reply that promised a personal reply would follow, but after four business days I still have not received the reply. I’ve now decided to stick with my old DeLonghi’s for a while longer. When I buy another heater, it will probably be this model, but I’ll do more research first to confirm that my experience isn’t common.

    There is one problem that seems to be common to DeLonghi oil-filled radiator heaters. It’s the low quality electrical plug. It’s true of both my DeLonghi’s, it appeared to be true of this one, and I’ve read other owners complain about it, so it seems to be a widespread problem. I no longer use my oldest DeLonghi on high heat because the plug shows signs of melting, and my newer DeLonghi’s plug also shows signs of melting, though not as advanced. This is the most disappointing thing about DeLonghi oil-fllled radiators. The heaters themselves will last decades, but if you operate them at high heat, the plugs won’t last as long as the heaters. I don’t know yet how hard it would be to replace the power cord.

    In addition to my problems with this heater, I unhappy with the condition in which it was shipped to me. It was obviously a heater that a previous customer had returned. It was disappointing that either Amazon or DeLonghi (I don’t know which) didn’t even make an attempt to make it look new – the box was taped amateurishly, the power cord was unwrapped, the user manual was dog-eared, and the two power buttons and ComforTemp buttons were all turned on. Additionally, when I first turned it on, I didn’t smell the intense odor that I expected, which indicated that it had previously been used, but what odor there was never ended, even after ten hours at high heat. I was not happy that…

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  2. 139 of 146 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great heater (safe and efficient)…, November 13, 2010
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    This review is from: DeLonghi EW7707CB Safeheat 1500W ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator – Black (Kitchen)
    This is my first oil heater, I have used spot heaters in the past. This oil heater is great because once it warms up (just a few minutes), it puts out a nice amout of radiant heat on high setting. You can feel the heat from the top of the unit when you put your hand over the top.

    I feel safe leaving it on at night unlike the spot heaters. I didn’t notice the strong odor on like others have posted.

    Pros:
    -Well built
    -Seems safe to leave on at night
    -Black color looks nice
    -Has Low, Med, High and a maintain comfort setting

    Cons:
    -Thermostat goes from 1 to 6 instead of actual temperature.
    -Wheels don’t roll well on carpet
    -Handle is only on one side, so have to wait until total cool to carry it upstairs.
    -Wasn’t the best packaging to ship with

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  3. 189 of 215 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Works well but design flaws, November 23, 2010
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    This review is from: DeLonghi EW7707CB Safeheat 1500W ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator – Black (Kitchen)
    I purchased the DeLonghi heater instead of another brand because I have for many years associated that name with the oil radiator type of heater. The one I purchased, the EW7707CB works well but has a couple of what I would call “design flaws” that would prevent me from purchasing another one. One of the flaws is that if you press the energy-saver button while the heater is hot, it is natural to use your free hand to hold the back end of the heater as you press the button on the front end. Well, the back end of the heater is hot at some points during use. The other feature that I have found not so helpful, is that when you turn the dial from * to 1 to 2, etc., to set the heat level, it is not easy to see the number. I have to put on glasses and use a flashlight in order to see what number I am turning to. This is not a big deal, but it is enough to keep me from ordering another one. I wanted a second heater, so I just bought another brand at my local hardware store. Other than the above feedback, the heater does seem to work well. It has two settings – one for 700 watts and one for 800 watts, or you can combine them and run it at 1500 watts. I have been using the 700 watt setting in an insulated garage with a concrete floor, and I set the dial around 1 or 2 for the heat setting. With nighttime temperatures outside of around 15 or 20 degrees, it keeps the garage at 48 degrees and uses around 2 to 3 KW of energy per 24 hours.
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