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Rinnai Titan 151

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  • Build Quality
    5.0 (1)
  • Value for Money
    5.0 (1)
  • Room Type
    • Living/Dining Area (1)
  • Noise Level
    3.0 (1)
  • Heating Speed3/5 (1)
  • Temperature Consistency
    3.0 (1)
  • Safety
    5.0 (1)
  • Smells of GasYes (0) · No (1)
GlobalRoamer333

GlobalRoamer333New South Wales

  • 5 reviews
  • 1 like

Still love this retro style heater after 10yrs use

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We still love this retro style heater after 10 years use. And it still works perfectly. Has never skipped a beat. We check it annually ourselves (i.e. ensure that hoses don't leak, and we remove dust etc. using a computer monitor cleaning air-can) and we also keep it covered during the summer months to avoid dust build up on the elements etc... But otherwise we do nothing but use it, and it's perfect for our lounge room in winter. And I love it's retro look. Very happy customer here. Long live our Rinnai Titan! The price was very fair too.

Purchased in June 2010 at Harvey Norman Appliances Physical Store for $500.00.

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zeekaz

zeekazSydney, NSW

  • 16 reviews
  • 15 likes

Fantastic heater

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After purchasing our Rinnai gas heater we had our warmest winter ever. It is very easy to use and has excellent safety functions. It comes with two heat settings, but i hardly ever needed to have it on the high setting. I cant recommended this heater highly enough. Five stars from me

Date PurchasedMay 2017
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Thanks for your review Zeekaz, we are please to hear the heater is serving you so well. We wish you many more years of warmth to come.

zeekaz
zeekaz

Thanks Rinnai. It for us through another winter

y81

y81perth

  • 5 reviews

beautiful and warm

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Great heater, Rinnai might cost a bit more but it is a quality heater that will last you a life time. Very easy to use, there are 2 settings and warms the room quite quickly. It's small and easy to move around and the design and color suits our modern interior. Would certainly recommend this heater

Date PurchasedDec 2016
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tao15

tao15Sydney, NSW

  • 15 reviews
  • 11 likes

Excellent

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great heater - Rinnai heaters last forever, are easy to service and easy to use. My sister-in-law is using a 30 y.o. Rinnai at the moment and there is nothing wrong with it except it looks dated (plastic woodgrain - when did that ever look good?). Cant recommend this heater enough.

pinkyy

pinkyySydney

  • 133 reviews
  • 21 likes

Lasts forever!

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Have had this heater for years now and it has saved me every winter! Its simple to use and is small, making it easy to move around your house.
Warms up the house very quickly
Not too sure of the health risks with this gas heater.

JTaylor

JTaylor

  • 2 reviews
  • 2 likes

Excellent

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A radiant ambience that is cosy, warm and quiet, with a modern design and colour (platinum silver). We simply love it, even our dogs love it. We gave up the avenger 25 for the granada 252. Awesome choice!
The efficient heating system (5.9 stars)is quiet (with or without the fan). Peace of mind - Safety features include oxygen depletion sensor and safety tilt switch. Operates during power failure.

Questions & Answers

chook

chookasked

My rinnai titan mk2 flames seams to be going high is that a regular thing?

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Rinnai
Rinnai A.Rinnai

Thanks for the question chook, if the flame pattern has changed on the heater it's possible that something is disrupting the outlet. If you haven't had a service on the heater recently, this may fix the issue for you. We do recommend a service every 2 years for any gas heater to ensure it is running well.

Matty1981

Matty1981asked

Titan 151L (LPG)

How economical are these gas heaters? Would a 8.5kg LPG bottle of gas last me all winter with only using the heater for a few hours each night?

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traci
traci

Hi,
I run mine on Natural Gas, so I don't know anything about how the go on LPG. Maybe Rinnai could help you with that.

Matty1981
Matty1981

I figured it out.. 417 MJ's in a 8.5kg LPG bottle.. so running on the lowest heat setting the specs say it burns 7.5MJ/hr. Therefore 417 divided by 7.5 = 55.6 hrs running time. Not bad!

Mary Crane

Mary Craneasked

What's the difference between Titan 151 and mark ii? Thanks! Both unflued propane types.

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traci
traci

I really wouldn't know, I think you would be best to ask a retailer or look at the manufacturers website for that type of information.
Thanks!

Fuji
Fuji

Absolutely no difference the 151 is the Titan Mk II

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