COMPACT MINI FAN HEATER:
The Duronic FH15K is a small fan heater with the ability to get the space around you warm in next to no time at all. Because of its compact size, it can be used either on the floor or on top of a desk or table, which is very useful for small unheated rooms particularly in commercial mobile offices or reception/lobby areas where there is a constant chill in the air. It is also ideal for spare bedrooms or when working from home.
SNAZZY RETRO DESIGN:
With its unique tear-drop design, this heater looks trendy and will look great in the home or office. It is lightweight portable design makes it easy to move from room to room or reposition as and when you feel like it. The retro spindle-style legs stabilise it perfectly so that it stands with maximum stability at all times.
2 HEAT SETTINGS:
With two heat settings to choose from you can customise the level of warmth you want to feel. Inside of the FH15K is a PTC ceramic heating element and fan which together provides instant, fast heat and can run reliably for several hours at a time. Please note: as this is a fan heater it will naturally make a low level of noise when running due to the blades rotating and blowing heated air out.
DUAL SAFETY FUNCTIONS:
Your safety is our main priority so we made sure this heater has an overheat protection function which automatically turns off the heater if it senses something is causing it to overheat. In addition to this, the FH15K has a tip-over/inversion protection function which is activated if the heater is accidentally tipped over. On the base of the heater are sensors that detect when it has fallen and automatically switch off the heater.
Dimensions: 26x19x11cm/10.2x7.5x4.3in. Cable length: 175cm/69in. Power: 900W-1500W. 2 Settings: low heat & high heat. Fitted with a UK 3-pin plug. Voltage: 220-240v;60Hz. We advise users to not plug the heater into an extension lead or multi-plug power adapter as the heater is too powerful for it. Using an extension lead or adapter with this heater is a fire hazard and may cause damage to the heater or the user. Always plug a heater directly into a mains socket.