|Range||Haverland Designer RCTTi|
The compact Designer RCTTi Inerzia is an amazing wall mounted electric heater using 'dry stone' thermal technology. With high energy efficiency and intensified thermal performance, it is a cost effective and viable alternative to conventional heating methods.
A lightweight, high-density thermal medium, enabling you to use less radiators, and heat up more space. 'Dry Stone' radiators are significantly smaller than conventional radiators. They perform better, and are the undoubted leader in terms of style, and a more clean and modern appearance.
Designed for use in larger spaces like public areas, communal stairwells and large traditional buildings and hotels, which were previously difficult and expensive to heat, and the built in digital programme controllers allow the temperature of each radiator to be set individually so that different 'comfort zones' can be created throughout the building.
|Average Consumption||1098 W|
|Dimensions||1083 x 580 x 100 mm|
|Heats Up To||18 m²|
|No. of Fins||12|
|Product Type||Electric Radiator|
|Thermal Technology||Ceramic Clay Core|
|Warranty (Body)||10 Years|
|Warranty (Electrical Components)||3 Years|
Read our independently sourced Haverland Designer RCTTi reviews to see what our customers think about this product.
|Customer||Product Rating||Customer Experience|
The heater is fantastic compared the the old storage heater, it gets the room to correct temp with in 15 minutes and keeps it at the desired setting
The online order was easy , I was told the heater would be delivered on the Monday but never arrived so on the Wednesday I phoned the heater shop and was told the heater was out of stock but should be that day and as soon as it arrived they would dispatch it , it arrived on the Friday .
Thank you for taking the time to review us.
Due to the item being out of stock we did call you and email you to offer an alternative and explain the options of either waiting or receive a replacement with next day delivery, but we were unable to get a reply, so assumed that you were happy to wait for the original order.
I am very sorry for any confusion that this may have caused.
Thank you for your excellent rating, it is appreciated greatly.
Customer Service Manager
Am not sure yet, have had these a week and still not able to programme the unit. Translation from Spanish to English is not good.
“I cannot fault the service this establishment gives.”
I cannot fault the service this establishment gives.
Thank you for leaving feedback.
The instruction manual is in multiple languages including English, and is also available on our website for you to download.
If you have any queries regarding the radiator please phone our technical team on 01473 276686 and we will be happy to help you.
Customer Service Manager
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