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DeLonghi TRN0812T Portable Oil-Filled Radiator with Programmable Timer


DeLonghi TRN0812T Portable Oil-Filled Radiator with Programmable Timer


Effectively heat any room of the house, even the bathroom, with the compact De’Longhi portable oil-filled radiator. No more bitter cold air right after a hot shower, with the convenient GFI plug it’s safe to use in the bathroom. The heater produces the maximum amount of radiant heat while ensuring a low surface temperature, making the radiator a nice choice for homes with pets or kids. The user-friendly control panel offers an adjustable thermostat and variable heat settings to customize your heating needs and optimize energy-efficient operation. For added energy savings it also features a 24-hour programmable timer. With 96 settings you can heat a room for any amount of time and for different time periods during the day and night. The anti-freeze setting allows the unit to automatically turn itself on when the temperature drops below 44 degrees F. Safety highlights include rust-resistant durable metal construction, a gently rounded design, and a thermal cut-off function that automatically turns the heater off if it starts to overheat. With its sleek look and silent operation, the De’Longhi oil-filled radiator is the perfect solution to all your heating needs.
ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator by DeLonghi
Built-in timer helps to perserve unneeded energy use

ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator by DeLonghi

Thermal slots push out max heat while keeping a lower surface temperature

Effectively and efficiently heat any room of the house with the DeLonghi TRN0812T ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator. This heater can save you money with an energy-saving timer for automatically maintaining the optimal room temperature. The heater produces the maximum amount of radiant heat while ensuring a lower surface temperature, with a silent operation that makes it ideal for bedrooms and TV rooms.

This radiator provides fast and flexible heating whether in the bedroom, living room or office. The anti-freeze setting allows the unit to automatically turn itself on when the temperature drops below 44 degrees F. Safety highlights include rust-resistant durable metal construction, a gently rounded design, and a thermal cut-off function that automatically turns the heater off if it starts to overheat. With its sleek look and silent operation, a DeLonghi oil-filled radiator is the perfect solution to all your heating needs.

ComforTemp Portable Oil-Filled Radiator by DeLonghi
Providing fast and flexible heating in either bedroom, living room or office. View larger

Energy-Saving Timer

With 96 settings on the built-in timer, you can heat rooms for any desired amount of time and save money by preserving unneeded energy use. You can also select different time periods throughout the day and night.

GFI Plug

A built-in GFI plug makes this radiator safer to use in bathrooms and other highly humid areas.

Vertical Thermal Chimneys

The design of the TRN0812T’s thermal slots allows the radiator to push out maximum heat while maintaining a lower surface temperature, helping to make the radiator safer for homes with kids or pets.

Antifreeze Function

Turning the thermostat dial to the antifreeze setting and pushing the switches on will allow the radiator to maintain a minimum room temperature of approximately 42 degrees F (5 degrees C), thus preventing freezing while conserving energy.

Safety Auto Shut Off (Overheat Protection)

A safety device switches the heater off in the event of overheating. To restart the heater, remove overheating source, unplug the heater and wait at least 15 minutes to reset the safety device.

  • Compact size fits everywhere.
  • Safe-to-use in the bathroom with the GFI plug.
  • Energy-saving timer with 96 settings allows you to heat rooms for any desired amount of time, and lets you select different time periods throughout the day and night.
  • Maximizes radiant heat flow while maintaining a low surface temperature with vertical thermal chimneys.
  • Customize your heating needs with the adjustable thermostat and three heat settings.

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  1. 218 of 223 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Oil-filled Heater, February 22, 2007
    By 
    M. Dilger (chicago, IL) –
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    This review is from: DeLonghi TRN0812T Portable Oil-Filled Radiator with Programmable Timer (Kitchen)
    This is the second Delonghi oil heater that I purchased through Amazon & I am completely satisfied with both of them. (I also purchased the Delonghi HM25E Dragon Ultimate Oil Filled Radiator Heater purchased in 2005, twice the cost, twice the heater.)

    I like the size of this smaller one a little more — it fits better into the small space where I am using it. We use it in a 10′ x 10′ main bathroom. The room is not insulated (85 year old home) and gets almost no heat from the home’s central heating system (radiated water heat).

    I have used it every day this winter and found that it is more than adequate for this room, even on the coldest winter days. The temperature recently has dropped to -5 F overnight (Chicago) and I have the heater set on high to turn on 60-90 minutes before I get up. The bathroom is always nice and toasty in the AM, even though the exterior wall is cold to the touch.

    I was concerned about the safety of using an electric heater in the bathroom because of electric shock and fire risk. No problem on either account. I recommend using a GFCI electric outlet to reduce the risk of electric shock; also, the oil-filled radiator does not build up an excessive amount of heat (as long as you don’t cover it – keep it open so heat can radiate away from it).

    The heater has on/off switches (one for high, one for low) and a electro-mechanical timer. You set the current time with the dial, then set the timer to turn on & off as much as you wish during the day. You can be accurate to within about 15-30 minutes. The unit must stay plugged in for it to keep accurate time. Electronic LED timers (like on the Delonghi Dragon) can be set more accurately, but usually have a limited number of on/off automatic settings (Dragon has a limit of 2).

    This heater also has a “thermostat” of sorts. It doesn’t give a temperature, just gives a min/max range of 1-6 (my other one goes to 11). A 6 setting for about an hour is necessary for a toasty 10×10 bathroom at 0 degrees F, while setting at 3 for an hour is sufficient at 32 degrees.

    Energy consumption – my electric bill increased only about $8-10/mo from fall to winter, a small price to pay.

    The heater is short (about 16-18 inches)& very stable, fits under my pedestal sink between the sink & tub – perfect spot. It gets hot to the touch, but not so that you (or a child) might burn yourself.

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  2. 194 of 200 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Instructions! The first time you start this heater…., April 18, 2010
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    LD
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    This review is from: DeLonghi TRN0812T Portable Oil-Filled Radiator with Programmable Timer (Kitchen)
    Update Feb. 2014: I had one unit die- it was the most heavily used one the last 3 years (24/7 for 5 months a year). The other 2 are still working fine. I used one of my mothballed ones as its replacement. We are having wind chill down to -20 so I have both switches on at this time. Lots of heat being generated. I was concerned about the possibility of oil leaking based on some of the reviews. What I have done from the beginning is to place the heater in an aluminum foil turkey pan. Although I’ve never seen a drop of oil, if a leak should develop, the oil will not get out of the pan and onto my carpet. It is far more expensive to replace your main furnace than to periodically replace these units. By supplementing the heat and keeping the rooms I am spending most of my time in warmer, I can set my thermostat at 60 for the main furnace and lengthen its life. Yet the house is comfortable. Perhaps this may give you some ideas.

    Update Dec. 2012: This is the 3rd winter that I am using these heaters. They are great for continuous heat. I’m still using only the “Low” switch and around “3” on the dial. We just had zero degree temps and I turned the closed laundry room heater to 4.5 for a couple of days to protect the pipes.

    Here’s how simple it is to test and learn to use your heater:
    Take the heater to a room that you can close the door to and will not use for the next 24 hours- spare bedroom, bath, or garage. Before you plug it in- push all the red pins on the timer dial toward the center. This will prevent the heater from going on and off during your testing. You can program it later.

    Plug the cord in. Click both red switches to on and they will light up. Each switch controls a separate heating coil. If they do not light up, go to the black box on the power cord and press the red button. If you now have both switches light up, you have just solved the problems of over half who have written reviews saying the heater did not work. Rotate the temperature dial to the highest setting. Run the heater for 3 hours. There should be a lot of heat coming off the unit. If both switches are still red, the heater is working.

    You will smell the burn off but it is over at this point. Turn the switch for the hotter side off. You can continue the test in the room you want to run the heater in or leave it where it is. Turn the temperature dial down to a lower setting if you wish. It is better to run the unit on a low setting 24 hours a day than to have it going on and off. I found that I had to leave the door to the room open at setting #3 to keep it from getting too hot in my mountain home during the winter.

    I ran 3 of these units in my 2 story home all winter and the main furnace hardly kicked on. They cost about $20 more a month in electricity compared to gas. Not bad.

    I bought 7 of these units. I left each on for a month. I then boxed it up and tried the next one. I had one quit after 2 weeks and got a replacement. Once a room has been at a constant temperature for several days it does not take much to keep it there. If you want a warm bathroom, leave it on a low setting and crack the door. The excess heat will warm your hall and other rooms over time. The bath will stay warm no matter when you use it.

    Timers are a weak spot and they will fail before the heater is worn out. Its your money. Other than a factory defect-like the one I had- most of the complaints are because the people did not follow these steps. The manufacturer failed to explain these details.

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  3. 125 of 133 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    good product, October 20, 2006
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    Bluebird (Cincinnati, OH) –

    This review is from: DeLonghi TRN0812T Portable Oil-Filled Radiator with Programmable Timer (Kitchen)
    Bought two of these last year and really like them. They are only 15″ high (21″ long) flat saucer feet for good stabliity,and no sharp metal edges for the kids to hit their heads on.

    The Timing and temperature dials are easy to use. We used them last year when natural gas was so expensive. They did such a good job keeping the kids rooms at a consistant temperature at night that we plan to use them this year too. It worked out much better than using the house thermostat at night.

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