DeLonghi DCH7093ER Ceramic Heater

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DeLonghi DCH7093ER Ceramic Heater

Product Features

  • Safe and efficient ceramic heating element that provides fast and powerful spot heat safely
  • Easy to use digital controls with 3 power settings to optimize the energy consumption
  • Motor-driven oscillation to distribute warm air to more parts of the room quickly and efficiently
  • Anti-freeze setting will automataically turn on when the temperature drops below 44 degrees F
  • Summer fan only function

Product Description

DeLonghi DCH7093ER Ceramic Heater

Reliable, Efficient Heat for Small Spaces

The De’Longhi DCH7093ER Flat Panel Ceramic Heater provides safe, even heat for small spaces. Measuring 6 x 10 x 13 inches (L x W x H), the heater warms evenly with motorized oscillation and multiple heat settings. Its fan-only mode provides air circulation during warmer months. Its Safeheat technology ensures that the unit will shut off it is tipped over or overheats. The heater’s ECO Plus function automatically selects the optimal setting for your temperature preference and the current room temperature, resulting in energy savings of 20 to 40 percent. The heater also features a remote control, a 24-hour digital timer, and an easy-carry handle.

DeLonghi DCH7093ER Flat Panel Ceramic Heater

The sleek, modern design fits in with any decor
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DeLonghi DCH7093ER Flat Panel Ceramic Heater

The digital display makes operation simple and straightforward
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Efficient Operation for Reduced Energy Bills

De’Longhi’s ECO Plus function automatically adjusts the power level based on your temperature preference and the current room temperature, resulting in 20 to 40 percent energy savings over traditional heaters.

Safe for Use in Any Room of Your Home

The De’Longhi Flat Panel Ceramic Heater automatically shuts off if it tips over or overheats, providing a safe option for heating small spaces in your home or workplace. The ceramic heating element heats evenly, and the motorized oscillation feature ensures that the entire space is warm.

Adjustable Thermostat and Two Heat Settings

The unit’s multiple heat settings (min, boost and eco-energy, along with a fan-only mode for summer) allow you to adjust temperature to your preference. Anti-freeze technology automatically turns the unit on when the temperature drops below 45 degrees, preventing frozen pipes.

Convenient Features for Ease of Use

The heater comes with a remote control for easy adjustments to temperature, power level, oscillation and power, allowing users to control the heater without touching the base unit. It also features a digital display and programmable 24-hour timer for providing heat when you want it. The heater also includes a convenient carry handle, a power indicator light, and a dust and air filter that’s easy to remove and rinse.

Remote control

The multi-function remote control adjusts temperature, power, and oscillation
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What’s in the Box

De’Longhi DCH7093ER Flat Panel Ceramic Heater, remote control, batteries, and owner’s manual.

De’Longhi DCH7093ER Flat Panel Heater features:
  • Sleek, modern flat-panel design blends with any decor
  • Safeheat technology prevents overheating
  • Motorized oscillation for even heat distribution
  • Adjustable thermostat with two heat settings allows you to set ideal temperature
  • ECO Plus function saves money and energy
  • Anti-freeze technology prevents frozen pipes
  • Removable dust/air filter for easy cleaning

List Price: $ 109.99

Savings: 65.13

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Customer Reviews

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars
very pretty, techy and stylish… but NOISY and DRAFTY. not as comfy as a mica panel heater ;-(, February 7, 2014
Pete H. (Los Angeles, CA United States) – See all my reviews

i live in l.a. and you wouldn’t think it gets cold here, but man it gets cold here! (or maybe i’m a wimp… i dunno!).

i have several delonghi panel heaters, and they work very well which is why i came back to this brand. the only reason i decided to look at what new offerings they had instead of buying another mica panel heater is, the panel heater are big enough (tho slim), that they take up a lot of room in the clothes closet in each room when i store them for the winter. ALSO… besides having heaters for various rooms, i also have fans for those various rooms (usually vornado). and when the heater is out in use during the winter, the fan is in the closet — again taking up some valuable space.

so as i looked into a new heater for one room i thought, let me see if there’s one that combines heater for winter PLUS fan for summer so maybe i can save some space. several good brands do make these — dyson (a 0 model), and vornado (some 0-0 models). i can’t afford the dyson. the vornados, i thought were okay but really lacked in the looks department (they actually are a touch less stylish than the normal vornado fans). so… i chose this delonghi in particular, because i liked the slim elegant and modern way it looked. and again, i was already familiar and happy with the delonghi brand.

okay well now that i have my modern, pretty, heater…. well i can say i LIKE it but i do not LOVE it! and i am quite on the fence if i will keep it or not since it simply hasn’t blown me away or warmed me up that cozily!

the good:

– it’s pretty, it’s elegant, it has very nice styling. very high techy, and it’s nice to have a digital readout so you can make more precise adjustments and feel like you have some control over the weather! makes you feel like god haha…
– there is a heater for winter, and a fan for summer.
– there is an ECO mode to save you money (electric heaters, long term, can be very expensive to run)
– there is a remote control
– there is a temperature control, which is much nicer than simply low, medium, high (64 degrees up to 90 degrees).
– there is a timer control for both ON and OFF; up to 24 hours each way, with 1/2 hour increments for the first 8 hours.

the not so good:

– it is LOUD. on the lowest setting, it is LOUD. i went to sleep with this on, and the level of noise is more than just white noise and a hum. it is loud enough to interrupt your sweet dreams, or to stop you from having them. it is a very distinct blower noise.

– this is a “ceramic” heater with fan-forced air. my other delonghis are mica panel heaters, which do not use a fan. i have now discovered there is a BIG difference in comfort and quality of heat from the two. the fan-forced heat is DRAFTY. it is really not actually that comfortable and i have been trying it for a few days just wondering if i had to “get used to it”. also, with the fan forced heat i very quickly felt dry! with the mica panel heaters, however, there is a toasty and cozy even warmth. the drafty nature of the fan forced heat is probably enough to make me return this even tho i like the other features generally. as it BLOWS “heat” against you, it is actually a bit cool because it’s doing this via a fan. so some of the air current is warm and some of it is cool. you will feel like a warm penguin. in a draft.

– the ECO concept is great, if it actually works. but every time i pushed ECO, the fan came on to a higher setting (it seems there is high and low for the fan). i don’t see how with the fan operating on a higher setting, this is more economical than it operating on a lower setting. i have run the heater on ECO thinking it’s just trying to get to a temperature, and then it will go back to “low fan” mode. but it seemed to stay on the higher fan speed. which also made the unit even LOUDER! so i’m a little dubious of the “eco” function, actually being more economical.

– part of my initial attraction to this was my desire to have a heater in winter / fan in summer in one unit, to save some space. what i have since discovered about this, and about EACH brand that makes heater / fan combos, is that the fan will NEVER be strong enough to take the place of a dedicated summer table or floor fan. this is because (except for the dyson combo — which i believe has some speed variations in fan mode), the delonghi and the vornado fans operate on “low” only in fan only mode. even in heat mode, when the fan goes into high is it not a super high speed because if it was, it would COOL the heating element more than it would push the warmth out. (vornado tech support told me this!) OH. well when you hear that, it makes perfect sense! but anyway, as a standalone fan, this creates a very very slight breeze that only goes to about 4 feet out. if i was using this in the summer as a fan, it would provide…

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Everything I wanted in a small heater, March 29, 2014

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After many years the small ceramic heater my husband used in the basement of our home died. We needed to find another small heater for his use. We selected the DeLonghi DCH7093ER Ceramic Heater because 1. our past purchases with DeLonghi products 2. It seemed to be exactly the type of ceramic heater we were looking for.

We are very please with our purchase. My husband is very satisfied with all the new features which regulates the heat for his comfort needs. I am sure that with a name like DeLonghi and the quality of what we expect with that name we will have this heater for many years.


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JUNK! BUYER BEWARE!, May 18, 2015
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This review is from: DeLonghi DCH7093ER Ceramic Heater (Misc.)
I own another DeLonghi heater that I really like, it’s been very dependable however one of the first few times I used this one, it shut off. I unplugged it, plugged it back in, it worked for a few minutes and shut off again. I researched online and on Amazon and discovered that they have faulty tip over switches. It was too late to return it to Amazon and I needed a heater for this winter so I put up with it. Now 7 months later it’s dead, never buy another DeLonghi again!


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