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[Lowe's] DeLonghi De'Longhi Slim Style Digital 1500W Convection Panel Heater with Dual Fan $119.40

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Oct 14, 2014
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How do you use this thing on a 15 amp breaker?
1500w is right up there when it comes to the breaker limit.
Anything else (lets say a desktop computer and a couple of monitors) might trip it.
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Mar 14, 2006
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I did a PM for Lowes from Bestbuy... $116
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Dec 11, 2004
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odedol wrote: How do you use this thing on a 15 amp breaker?
1500w is right up there when it comes to the breaker limit.
Anything else (lets say a desktop computer and a couple of monitors) might trip it.
They are not running at 1500W all the time and not even 1500W unless it's near zero celcius.

These are usually PTCs, so the resistance lowers at room temps

But I agree oil filled radiators offers better heat, more stable, less cycling, radiant heat.
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Apr 5, 2009
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My local Lowe's dropped the price to $119 in store. The $3 more than if you were to price beat from the Best buy website. Lowes online still listing as $199.
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Aug 22, 2012
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85DvdRn wrote: We have one of these in basement (on a smart plug so we don't leave it on overnight). Really great heat distribution compared to alternatives, we've recommended oil heaters to others too and they've loved them. The quality difference on this one is noticeable also.
We need a heater to supplement our electric heat (feels like we have no baseboard Heaters in the winter but they definitely affect our power bill..)

How long does this need to be on for things to warm up? It would be used in a medium size living room with open concept kitchen. Also does the room stay heated after it is off? We've had Heaters before that, as soon as you turn them off, it's suddenly like it was never on. I think it was an infrared heater
Never looked into oil Heaters before..
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May 11, 2012
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Smiley22 wrote: I did a PM for Lowes from Bestbuy... $116
Same - was able to do it over the phone but it did take on the order of 30 minutes.
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Apr 22, 2018
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Thanks! Got one in-store, also local clearance for $119
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Jul 22, 2019
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Showing $199 for the Lowes closest to me. Does that mean sale ended, or just not at those stores its posted differently? Can't find a store with $119
Newbie
Jan 26, 2006
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Also PM with Bestbuy's price via Chat. Somehow the final price before tax came to $122 instead of $117, didn't bother to ask the CR to re-calculate as it was a very long chat already, but the CR was very helpful.
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odedol wrote: How do you use this thing on a 15 amp breaker?
1500w is right up there when it comes to the breaker limit.
Anything else (lets say a desktop computer and a couple of monitors) might trip it.
It's only 1500w on high heat setting. If you put it on a lesser heat level the wattage drops off quite a bit.
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Apr 22, 2018
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simplypop wrote: Showing $199 for the Lowes closest to me. Does that mean sale ended, or just not at those stores its posted differently? Can't find a store with $119
For me when I select the store it shows $199.00, went in with the intention to price match with Best Buy. But the tag showed in-store clearance ($119), so just picked up at that price. Could have got it cheaper PM online
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Jan 13, 2006
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PMd best buy via lowes chat. Takes some time but 116.99 plus tax. $5 online OR $10 email sign up promos don't stack with PM. Thanks OP!

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