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Best Buy has the Duraflame Electric Heater for $34.99. Free store pick-up. Save 50%.
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Warm the space around you with this Duraflame portable double quartz heater. This 4200 BTU radiant heater has two heat settings and a fan setting to keep you comfortable. A carrying handle makes it easy to move from one room to another, and this Duraflame portable double quartz heater turns off if it's tipped over.

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Looks like a good small heater. Shipping is not free unless local pick up is available or pad up to the min. Is it $40 for Best Buy?
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Looks like a good small heater. Shipping is not free unless local pick up is available or pad up to the min. Is it $40 for Best Buy?
This is $34.99 on clearance; free shipping is at $35.
So either pick up at the store, or find a cheapie filler item.
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thanks. repped. added filler and used $10 pickup codes.
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thanks. repped. added filler and used $10 pickup codes.
what filler did you use and $10 pickup code?
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My wife and I both have some issues with these electric heaters such as dry skins and scratchy throats specifically.

Can anyone explain why to me? TIA.
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My wife and I both have some issues with these electric heaters such as dry skins and scratchy throats specifically.

Can anyone explain why to me? TIA.
Because the air is very dry. A humidifier might work.
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Because the air is very dry. A humidifier might work.
Never seen a humidified heater before, would you give me a good pointer? TIA.
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Never seen a humidified heater before, would you give me a good pointer? TIA.

You would have to purchase the humidifer seperate...

Something like this [amazon.com]...
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You would have to purchase the humidifer seperate...

Something like this [amazon.com]...
Thanks for the laugh both of u LOL
Oh there were three of u
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1230 watts yikes! Will shoot up your electricity bill!
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I went through checkout without any filler and it was free shipping.
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1230 watts yikes! Will shoot up your electricity bill!
Still vastly cheaper than running your furnace
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what filler did you use and $10 pickup code?
Maybe referring to the $10 code they e-mailed out a couple days ago? I got one sitting in my e-mail too.

I generally never get one so glad I did.
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Placed an order for the heater by phone.

Asked them if they would waive the shipping and they did. No filler needed.
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