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Walmart.com has Pelonis 1500W Portable Fan Heater on sale for $6.88 > now $6.99 with free in-store pick up. Thanks playgamespool
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With the Pelonis Portable Fan Heater, you have three-adjustable fan speeds to warm up to 100 sq ft of space.

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walmart.com has Pelonis Portable Electric Fan Heater in black on sale for $6.88. Free in store pickup where available or free shipping on orders over $35. Same heater in white was frontpageat $7.88 in Feb.



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All electric heaters of which I am aware are 100% efficient. Unfortunately they are also almost always the most expensive way to heat an area.
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Good deal thanks OP
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Great for the office. Thank you Op
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Is this good for removing Mind Flayers?
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This isn't what I thought it was. Need to read title more carefully.
What did you think it was?
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Portable as in it uses batteries? Or does it plug into the wall?
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Does anyone know if this will work with 240v? I looked online but couldn't find much detail or manual on this.

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Portable as in it uses batteries? Or does it plug into the wall?
Plugs into the wall. 😊 it heats the area great. Bought one a few days ago and I love it.
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Anyone know how efficient this is? We have a small-ish house and both our bedroom and office usually have the door shut if we're gone, and even though we have a new/high efficiency central air/heat system, those two rooms can get a little chilly.

Thinking it might make the office more comfortable to turn this small heater on just while we're in that room, otherwise leave it off and let central heating do its thing.
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Anyone know how efficient this is? We have a small-ish house and both our bedroom and office usually have the door shut if we're gone, and even though we have a new/high efficiency central air/heat system, those two rooms can get a little chilly.

Thinking it might make the office more comfortable to turn this small heater on just while we're in that room, otherwise leave it off and let central heating do its thing.
This is not efficient...its heated coils.
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Anyone know how efficient this is? We have a small-ish house and both our bedroom and office usually have the door shut if we're gone, and even though we have a new/high efficiency central air/heat system, those two rooms can get a little chilly.

Thinking it might make the office more comfortable to turn this small heater on just while we're in that room, otherwise leave it off and let central heating do its thing.
All electric heaters of which I am aware are 100% efficient. Unfortunately they are also almost always the most expensive way to heat an area.
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