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Lasko 5307 Oscillating Ceramic Tower Heater is a 16-inch unit for a versatile size that's perfect for floor or table use. It features high, low, and adjustable thermostat settings and Comfort Air Technology to propel warmth into rooms.

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Lasko 16" Oscillating Ceramic Tower Heater - 5307 for $24

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Resistive heaters are near 100% efficient. Meaning that they successfully turn nearly all of the electricity into heat, minus the control mechanism, etc. However, electric resistive heat is one of the least effective from the perspective of cost. It's not so much a matter of efficiency. So, from one perspective, it's very efficient, from another, not so much. That's why so many types of heating exist, and why depending on your goal is how you answer the efficiency question
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We have this heater. It's actually very nice. The oscillation is a big bonus and it weighs next to nothing. Only bummer is it cannot double as just a fan.
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I have three of these that I use in conjunction with smart outlets to heat rooms in our house via SmartThings. It has manual controls so the outlet turning on/off is all that is needed. Not possible with heaters that have buttons.
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We have this heater. It's actually very nice. The oscillation is a big bonus and it weighs next to nothing. Only bummer is it cannot double as just a fan.
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Anyone know if these are energy efficient?
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Thanks. Need one for extra and baby photography
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I have one of these...worked great for years but now it's VERY loud. It definitely helped during the most recent Midwestern deep freeze.
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We have this heater. It's actually very nice. The oscillation is a big bonus and it weighs next to nothing. Only bummer is it cannot double as just a fan.
"The Lasko 5307 Oscillating Ceramic Tower Heater offers 1500 watts of quiet, comforting warmth, including a fan-only setting..."
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Mixed reviews on Amazon for this model. Good price nonetheless
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"The Lasko 5307 Oscillating Ceramic Tower Heater offers 1500 watts of quiet, comforting warmth, including a fan-only setting..."
Then we must have an older model. No fan only mode on ours.
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Anyone know if these are energy efficient?
Resistive heaters are near 100% efficient. Meaning that they successfully turn nearly all of the electricity into heat, minus the control mechanism, etc. However, electric resistive heat is one of the least effective from the perspective of cost. It's not so much a matter of efficiency. So, from one perspective, it's very efficient, from another, not so much. That's why so many types of heating exist, and why depending on your goal is how you answer the efficiency question
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I have three of these that I use in conjunction with smart outlets to heat rooms in our house via SmartThings. It has manual controls so the outlet turning on/off is all that is needed. Not possible with heaters that have buttons.
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Our Lowe's is 50% off all heat products but may be YMMV for all I know.
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reviews on Amazon show this heater MELTING!
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Resistive heaters are near 100% efficient. Meaning that they successfully turn nearly all of the electricity into heat, minus the control mechanism, etc. However, electric resistive heat is one of the least effective from the perspective of cost. It's not so much a matter of efficiency. So, from one perspective, it's very efficient, from another, not so much. That's why so many types of heating exist, and why depending on your goal is how you answer the efficiency question
I've heard something along these lines before but not exactly sure what you mean.. They're very efficient with the electricity, but electric heating is less cost effective than other forms of heating? Like propane and propane accessories?
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Our Lowe's is 50% off all heat products but may be YMMV for all I know.
Our local walmarts also have their heaters on clearance.
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