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Corwin 7,342 36,876 October 7, 2013 at 05:29 AM in Home & Home Improvement (4) More Kmart Deals
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Promoted 10-07-2013 by daisybeetle at 08:06 AM View Original Post
KMart.com has Kenmore Indoor Radiator-Style Oil Filled Heater on sale for $26.99 w/ free in store pick-up. If ordering more than one, save $5 on orders over $45 with coupon code KMARTMUST. Thanks Corwin76 & Nocens
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Edited October 7, 2013 at 06:53 AM by Corwin
Kmart has the Kenmore 72085 1,350-Watt Portable Oil-Filled Radiator Heater for $26.99 (Reg. $54.99). Pickup in-store or have it shipped free if you have SYWM.Product Description

The Kenmore 72085 oil-filled heater can save you money on your heating bill by adding warmth to the room you're using, so you can turn down the household heat. As the oil inside the sealed heater heats up, it gently and quietly warms a room up to 150 square feet. Because the heater is sealed, you never have to refill the oil.
The rotary thermostat switch and three heat settings let you adjust the heat to the level you want. This Kenmore oil-filled heater comes with a safety tip-over protection switch and overheat protection device that automatically shuts off the heater so you don't have to worry. The steel construction of this heater makes it durable, and with the built-in handle and all-direction casters, this radiator-style heater is easy to move from room to room.
  • Rotary thermostat switch for easy control
  • Built-in overheat protection device for safe home use
  • Steel construction
  • Built-in carry handle and all-direction casters for mobility
  • 3 heating settings
  • ETL listed
  • Safety tip-over protection switch
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Thank you! Great find. Good reviews. I needed a heater I can put on a timer. This one should be perfect.
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Thank you! Great find. Good reviews. I needed a heater I can put on a timer. This one should be perfect.
ty op. our temperature went 55 last night so i need a heater at a house that doesnt have central heat that we are fixing.. just in time..
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Nice deal specially to redeem my free rewards points sitting in the account... Could redeem $13 worth free points...
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I bought two using a 5 off 45 coupon. KMARTMUST. I also had $4 in random points because of the purchase. They didn't show up until the place order page. Got two of these for $47.65 including tax.

If my furnace ever dies mid winter, I'll have 3 of these to keep the house from freezing.
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Got this for $20.63 after I used some SYWR points that I did not know I had Smilie Now my babies bedroom will be nice and warm in the winter. Thanks OP!
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Thanks OP. Got one for those cold nights when I don't want to crank up the heat.
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Excellent price. I typically prefer the DeLonghi models, but I got 2 of these for less or near-equal the price of one of them. Used the KMARTMUST coupon for $5 off. My total with tax was $51.92. I was going to buy another one for this winter in a few weeks anyways.
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Do I need to refill the oil every time they are out? Sorry for the noob question.
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These are nice, I had one a long time ago. My favorite part about them is that the "type" of heat that they put out is nice. It doesn't dry out my lungs or eyes or produce that slight odor that stereotypical electric heaters make.

Just note: These aren't instantaneous heat, they heat a room gradually. Which also means when you turn them off, the room cools down slowly because the oil is still warm for a while. Which is kinda nice.

Also, I used to keep a little fan blowing through the radiator and that seemed to help distribute the heat faster within the room.
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Do I need to refill the oil every time they are out? Sorry for the noob question.
No. These are sealed units. I have a couple of oil filled radiators from another manufacturer and they heat very well though they do take 20 minutes or so to heat up.

They are also very safe since they do not get hot enough to start anything on fire. They also use quite a bit less electricity than the heating coil with a fan type of space heaters.

These are a great choice for your garage if you like to work on projects out there in the winter.
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Thanks, I picked up two, purchased a 1k sqft home and am worried how much the oil furnace will cost if kept high in the winter months. Like that these are on timers. Might just purchase a kerosene heater for the middle of the home and use these as climate control. Not too sure.
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I have a 4 car garage, will this heat a 4 car garage?
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Thanks OP, in for one for my son's room!
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