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Lifesmart IR Heater - Max of 1500 Watts Remote Control (LS-3ECO) $49 shipped

Russo69 1,669 January 28, 2013 at 06:08 AM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More TigerDirect Deals
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Lifesmart IR Heater - Max of 1500 Watts, Safe Touch, Heats Up to 800 sq ft, Black, Self Regulating Eco Mode, Remote Control (LS-3ECO) $49 shipped

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•Infrared Heater Technology; warms up the room so you can relax in comfort
•“Cool Touch” Exterior Cabinet; safe to use around kids and pets
•Improved Heat Chamber Design; creates more direct infrared heat than any other infrared heater on the market
•Digital Control Panel with Raised Buttons and Wireless Remote; stay comfortable by adjusting the temperature from anywhere in the room
Additional Specifications:

•Watt: 1500W (High), 750W (Low),120V 60HZ
•Heater: 3 Quartz Infrared Tubes
•Fan: AC Cross-Flow Fan
•Range: Heats Up to 800 Square Feet
•Control panel: Raised Buttons
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Awesome deal...thx
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Got two of these from Meijer for a couple dollars more. They work great!
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What kind of cost are these to run
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^ ^ curious about that as well...
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some of they reviews say they cost a lot to run but nothing specific.

I'm not in for one because there are quite a few bad reviews.
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how good is quality? is 49 an average deal or slick deal considering that these will be comming out on clearence as winter ends..
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Item flagged at Amazon with comment
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While this item is available from other marketplace sellers on this page, it is not currently offered by Amazon.com because customers have told us there may be something wrong with our inventory of the item, the way we are shipping it, or the way it's described here. (Thanks for the tip!)

We're working to fix the problem as quickly as possible."

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Awesome heater in 4 one!!
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Quote from Metric View Post :
What kind of cost are these to run
You can look up your cost per kw/h on your electric bill and bring up an online calculator to see what it would cost to run a 1500w appliance for n hours. I think when I ran it it was in the ball park of $3.60 per day if ran for 24 hours. Per BTU it's about the most expensive way you can heat your home unless you have munincipal electric at a reduced cost or something. However, if you only use a room or two you can save money sometimes by zone heating. For example turning your main thermostat down to 55, then toasting up the living room with this guy. What I use mine for is occasionally warming up my living room that's over a crawl space on colder days. I only run it a handful of hours over the course of a month.

Quote from New_World View Post :
some of they reviews say they cost a lot to run but nothing specific.

I'm not in for one because there are quite a few bad reviews.
Electric heaters all cost the same to run really. They are all expensive if you're running them as any sort of main heat source.
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I bought one when it was $50 after a $30 rebate. It heats a room fairly well. I don't know how much it costs to operate, but my house only has resistive heat anyways so it probably isn't any worse.

$49 is a nice price with no rebates although Tigerdirect rebates typically come back fast.
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Electric heat is expensive but these would be good for occasional use. I have a 1500w space heater in a guest room that I hooked up to a Kill A Watt meter and I can't remember what it ended up using exactly but I figured it cost about a buck a day to use it all night and maybe an hour or two during the day.
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Great deal ... Haven't seen these heaters this low
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Got 2, it should heat up my room bedroom and livingroom nicely.
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