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De’Longhi Convector Panel Heater

Review Last Updated: March 12, 2020

Roy Stevens
Product Review by Roy Stevens

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the De’Longhi Convector Panel Heater.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Compact, thin space saver
  • Good price
  • Easy to use
  • Can be fitted to the wall
  • Energy saving & cheap to run

Cons

  • Some reports of heat produced not as advertized

De’Longhi Convector Panel Heater Product Review

The De’Longhi Convector Panel Heater is another option for any cannabis cultivator struggling to find adequate growing space. It’s just as safe as the Pelonis oil filled space heater while running at a similar wattage at 1500W.

As the name suggests it’s slightly different in design and comes as one rectangular thin convector panel rather than your fin radiator design.

For anyone with a small to medium grow setup this can be seen as a bonus, as it’s much thinner so can fit into a smaller area without causing to much trouble.

Convector panel heaters can be just as efficient as oil-filled heaters and are amazing at heating up the whole grow room quickly.

It’s claimed convector panel heaters are some of the best for using in cannabis grow rooms and are better for heating multiple plants at once, rather than just a single plant.

The De’Longhi Convector Panel Heater chooses to incorporate an LED display instead of the more simple design of dials, these are normally positioned to the side panel.

It also comes with an adjustable thermostat, which is sufficient enough for most people’s needs. As well as a timer and an energy-saving option.

Safety features of the De’Longhi Convector Panel Heater come in the form of an internal overheat sensor, which will switch of the heater if it ever becomes too hot, an automatic cut off switch if the heater is ever tipped over, as well as caution indicator lights.

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