Deloghi - Do they make storage heaters?

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Energy
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PetreePetree Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Energy
Hi All,

Just had a viewing with a lovely but clueless EA, wall mounted throughout the property are deloghi heaters with programmers on each one and look nice and swish much like new designer radiators. (The house was a Repo 4 years ago, they are newer than this as the old photos are still online)

She was certain they were Storage heaters and not peak use ones.
I've had a good google and can't see anything like them from Deloghi (knew i should have written down the model number), in fact i can't even see that Deloghi have ever even made Storage Heaters?

Have they made them in the past, if so does anyone have a link to a site/catalogue with them in so I can see what these are!

Thanks

Petree

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  • penrhynpenrhyn Forumite
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    If they were 4-6 inches thick, sat on the floor and weighed a ton they were storage heaters, otherwise they were just panel heaters.
    Don't believe De Longhi every made storage heaters but could be wrong.
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  • Richie-from-the-BoroRichie-from-the-Boro Forumite
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    - no - and you've answered your own question
    - "wall mounted nice and swish like new designer radiators

    They will be non-storage convector or radiant heaters, they even do / did calor, I've never known them do storage. They will be full price day rate 13a type non-storage panel heaters.
    Disclaimer : Everything I write on this forum is my opinion. I try to be an even-handed poster and accept that you at times may not agree with these opinions or how I choose to express them, this is not my problem. The Disabled : If years cannot be added to their lives, at least life can be added to their years - Alf Morris - ℜ
  • PetreePetree Forumite
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    Thought so, but I did think if somebody can put magic clay in a heater and say its cheaper, Deloghi could have put a kg of brick in a wall mounted heater and called it a storage jobby. - cynical moi? Never!

    Well if I buy it thats a few items ready for eBay then!

    Cheers all
  • Richie-from-the-BoroRichie-from-the-Boro Forumite
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    Petree wrote: »
    Thought so, but I did think if somebody can put magic clay in a heater and say its cheaper, Deloghi could have put a kg of brick in a wall mounted heater and called it a storage jobby. - cynical moi? Never!

    Well if I buy it that's a few items ready for eBay then!

    Cheers all

    - agreed, Deloghi use thermal oil just like a~n~other more infamous other panel manufacturer
    Disclaimer : Everything I write on this forum is my opinion. I try to be an even-handed poster and accept that you at times may not agree with these opinions or how I choose to express them, this is not my problem. The Disabled : If years cannot be added to their lives, at least life can be added to their years - Alf Morris - ℜ
  • Fire_FoxFire_Fox Forumite
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    - no - and you've answered your own question
    - "wall mounted nice and swish like new designer radiators

    They will be non-storage convector or radiant heaters, they even do / did calor, I've never known them do storage. They will be full price day rate 13a type non-storage panel heaters.

    I'd have said the emboldened answered his own question! :p
    Petree wrote: »
    Hi All,

    Just had a viewing with a lovely but clueless EA, wall mounted throughout the property are deloghi heaters with programmers on each one and look nice and swish much like new designer radiators. (The house was a Repo 4 years ago, they are newer than this as the old photos are still online)

    She was certain they were Storage heaters and not peak use ones.
    I've had a good google and can't see anything like them from Deloghi (knew i should have written down the model number), in fact i can't even see that Deloghi have ever even made Storage Heaters?
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  • macmanmacman Forumite
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    Quickest way to find out otherwise is to look at the meter-is it E7? Is there a storage heater circuit marked at the CU?
    No free lunch, and no free laptop ;)
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