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2-Pack Honeywell 1500W Digital Motion Sensor Ceramic Indoor Heaters EXPIRED

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Quick and easy whole room heating w/ wide range oscillation. Energy efficient programmable thermostat w/ 1-8 hour timer settings. Includes a 3 year limited warranty w/ purchase - Discombobulated

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$79.99 shipped for two units. They're $69.99 each at target and $66.00 each at walmart.

The Digital Safeguard™ Motion Sensor Heater from Honeywell is a perfect fit for any home. Its space saving tower design features 2 heat settings, cool touch housing and a programmable thermostat for energy efficient, whole room heating. This portable ceramic room heater has a unique safety motion sensor that shuts off the heater when an object becomes too close; it then turns back on when the item is removed. Ceramic technology provides fast, comfortable, even room heating and personal warmth.

• Touch screen digital controls with large temperature display
• 2 heat settings – Max Heat and Energy Saver
• Energy efficient programmable thermostat
• 1-8 hour timer settings
• Remote control
• Unique Safety Motion Sensor senses when an object is too close and shuts heater off until the object is removed
• 360° tip over switch
• Overheat protection
• Cool Touch housing & handle
• Sturdy base
• Quick & easy whole room heating with powerful ceramic heating technology
• Slim, space-saving, modern design fits any home decor
• Wide range oscillation
• Recessed, convenient carrying handle
• Eco friendly – uses 18% less plastic (than comparable Honeywell HZ-3750 heater)
• Permanent filter helps prevent dust and particles from entering the heater
• Color: Black
• 3 Year Limited Warranty
Heating Element: ceramic
Heat Distribution Type: fan driven
Heat Output: 5118 BTU
Power Source: Electric
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If you're concerned about saving energy, Disney store has a sale on blankets... Free to run those things.
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This is a myth. Electric heaters are basically 100% efficient in converting electricity to heat. Electricity in general is not a very economical way of heating. Oil heaters have their place but as far as conservation of electricity is concerned you are probably better off with a convection ceramic heater as it can heat spots in a room without having to heat the whole room to the same temperature.
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In for one! Thanks OP, I've been needing a space heater. Great deal for two 😁
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Cost you a fortune to run.
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Got this last month and does a good job but uses way too much power that it trips the breaker and surge protector
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Cost you a fortune to run.
exactly, oil heaters are the way to go.
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Perfect for my mudroom and basement office.
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exactly, oil heaters are the way to go.
This is a myth. Electric heaters are basically 100% efficient in converting electricity to heat. Electricity in general is not a very economical way of heating. Oil heaters have their place but as far as conservation of electricity is concerned you are probably better off with a convection ceramic heater as it can heat spots in a room without having to heat the whole room to the same temperature.
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If you're concerned about saving energy, Disney store has a sale on blankets... Free to run those things.
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This is a myth. Electric heaters are basically 100% efficient in converting electricity to heat. Electricity in general is not a very economical way of heating. Oil heaters have their place but as far as conservation of electricity is concerned you are probably better off with a convection ceramic heater as it can heat spots in a room without having to heat the whole room to the same temperature.
Absolutely right. Costco has a parabolic space heater which uses only 1000w and directs heat waves like a dish antenna. I use it for my screened porch with great results.
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This is a myth. Electric heaters are basically 100% efficient in converting electricity to heat. Electricity in general is not a very economical way of heating. Oil heaters have their place but as far as conservation of electricity is concerned you are probably better off with a convection ceramic heater as it can heat spots in a room without having to heat the whole room to the same temperature.
Can you link your recommendations?
A quick Google search brought up a bunch of unfamiliar brands.
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What if your room is drafty and you need something to constantly keep the room was warm?
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Got this last month and does a good job but uses way too much power that it trips the breaker and surge protector
You should never plug a space heater into a power strip/surge protector/extension cord, only directly into the outlet. If the breaker keeps tripping, reduce the load on the circuit or plug it into a different circuit.
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Got this last month and does a good job but uses way too much power that it trips the breaker and surge protector
You have too many devices on that outlet...
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Fan inside? How is operating noise?
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