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PORTABLE HEATERS

Heat wherever and
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​whenever you ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ need it.

Heat wherever and
​​​​​​​whenever you​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ need it.

Warmth is a feeling that knows no boundaries. ​​​​​​​Bring some into your home with De'Longhi.
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Warm up your world with De’Longhi portable heaters.

Find out which heater is right for you

Find out which heater is right for you

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Find out which heater is right for you

The effortless way to enjoy extra warmth.

Room to room heating solutions

Room to room heating solutions

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Panel Convection Heaters Ideal for medium / large size rooms. Evenly distributed and quiet heat. Gentle background warmth, fast and steady heat, constant temperature. Lightweight, with timer, Tip- over switch, safety thermostat and Eco Mode features.
Fan Heaters Ideal for medium-size rooms, where short term, personal heat is needed. Compact and light-weighted, easy to store anywhere. Tip-over switch, timer, safety thermostat, ant-dust filter. On selected models, suitable for the bathroom with IP21 Drip and moisture protection.
Ceramic Heaters Ideal for at-home offices, small rooms, or where short term, personal heat is needed. Ceramic heating is reliable and efficient: It is able to control and self-limit its temperature, offering a high level of reliability. warm up small-medium size rooms. Compact, light-weighted, easy to store anywhere. Digital controls, safety thermostat, ant-dust filters, tip over switch and Eco Plus feature.
Oil Column Heaters Ideal for long-term use. Oil filled radiators provide a efficient and cost effective electric heating solution. They are recommended for medium to large rooms needing constant temperature. Tip-over switch, timer, safety thermostat, easy portability with soft rubberised castors.
Panel Convection Heaters Ideal for medium / large size rooms. Evenly distributed and quiet heat. Gentle background warmth, fast and steady heat, constant temperature. Lightweight, with timer, Tip- over switch, safety thermostat and Eco Mode features.
Fan Heaters Ideal for medium-size rooms, where short term, personal heat is needed. Compact and light-weighted, easy to store anywhere. Tip-over switch, timer, safety thermostat, ant-dust filter. On selected models, suitable for the bathroom with IP21 Drip and moisture protection.
Ceramic Heaters Ideal for at-home offices, small rooms, or where short term, personal heat is needed. Ceramic heating is reliable and efficient: It is able to control and self-limit its temperature, offering a high level of reliability. warm up small-medium size rooms. Compact, light-weighted, easy to store anywhere. Digital controls, safety thermostat, ant-dust filters, tip over switch and Eco Plus feature.
Oil Column Heaters Ideal for long-term use. Oil filled radiators provide a efficient and cost effective electric heating solution. They are recommended for medium to large rooms needing constant temperature. Tip-over switch, timer, safety thermostat, easy portability with soft rubberised castors.

Our recommended heaters

Energy Saving Tips

Create a cosy, comfortable atmosphere and reduce the impact of energy consumption on your power bills.

  • Select the right heater for your space
    Select the right heater for your space Select the appropriate heater for each room by matching the appliance’s wattage output to the size of the room. The room’s design must also be considered as high ceilings, floor and window coverings, together with the size and position of the windows will have an effect on both heating results and energy consumption.
  • Use the thermostat function
    Use the thermostat function By doing so, the comfort setting is monitored and maintained at the ideal temperature.
  • Always use the 24-hour timer function
    Always use the 24-hour timer function This will allow you to program your heater’s daily operational times in 15 minute increments, ensuring that the heater is never accidentally left on whilst you are out or asleep.
  • Setting the correct temperature
    Setting the correct temperature Do not overheat the room. Each degree of heat not only increases energy consumption but can also create an uncomfortable environment. Most people find the ideal winter temperature is 16 – 22°c.
Select the right heater for your space
Use the thermostat function
Always use the 24-hour timer function
Setting the correct temperature
  • Select the right heater for your space Select the appropriate heater for each room by matching the appliance’s wattage output to the size of the room. The room’s design must also be considered as high ceilings, floor and window coverings, together with the size and position of the windows will have an effect on both heating results and energy consumption.
  • Use the thermostat function By doing so, the comfort setting is monitored and maintained at the ideal temperature.
  • Always use the 24-hour timer function This will allow you to program your heater’s daily operational times in 15 minute increments, ensuring that the heater is never accidentally left on whilst you are out or asleep.
  • Setting the correct temperature Do not overheat the room. Each degree of heat not only increases energy consumption but can also create an uncomfortable environment. Most people find the ideal winter temperature is 16 – 22°c.
  • Switching off
    Switching off Switch off your appliance at the power point when heating is not required.
  • Assist the circulation of heat
    Assist the circulation of heat If possible, use a slow-moving ceiling fan in conjunction with your heater. Hot air rises, so a ceiling fan is an ideal way to circulate air throughout the room.
  • Keeping the heat in
    Keeping the heat in Only heat the rooms that you are using. Close doors and windows to stop cold draughts.
  • Insulation
    Insulation if possible, upgrade insulation in your home, particularly in the ceiling where a substantial percentage of heat can escape.
Switching off
Assist the circulation of heat
Keeping the heat in
Insulation
  • Switching off Switch off your appliance at the power point when heating is not required.
  • Assist the circulation of heat If possible, use a slow-moving ceiling fan in conjunction with your heater. Hot air rises, so a ceiling fan is an ideal way to circulate air throughout the room.
  • Keeping the heat in Only heat the rooms that you are using. Close doors and windows to stop cold draughts.
  • Insulation if possible, upgrade insulation in your home, particularly in the ceiling where a substantial percentage of heat can escape.