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Walmart.com has select Electric Space / Cabinet Heaters on sale from $14.97. Select free in-store pickup if available to save on shipping, otherwise, shipping is free on orders $35 or more. Thanks tunabreath

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Walmart has several space heaters on clearance starting at $14.97. Free shipping over $35 and some items may qualify for free ship to store.

Cabinet style heaters -


Mainstays Infrared Electric Cabinet Heater, Black/Grey, DF1515 - $24.88 - now $19.97 Now: $15.00

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Mainst...thena=true

Soleil Electric Quartz Infrared Heater, Black, PH91K - $34.97 - now $19.97 OOS

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Soleil...K/46425203


Soleil Electric Infrared Cabinet Space Heater, 1500W, PH-91F - $29.97 - now $19.97 OOS

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Soleil...F/38230385

Mainstays Infrared Quartz Cabinet Heater, Black, WH-96H3 - $39.97 OOS

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Mainst...thena=true

Space heaters -


Mainstays Infrared Oscillating Dish Heater, Black Finish, JHS-800H - $24.97
- now $15.97 Now: $39.00

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Mainst...thena=true

Mainstays 2 in 1 Portable Heater Fan, 900-1500W, Indoor, Black - $14.97

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Mainst...thena=true

Lasko Ultra Slim Electric Tower Heater, Black - $24.97
- now $16.29
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Lasko-...thena=true

Honeywell Thermawave Electric Heater, Black, HCE860BWM - $34.97 - now $20 Now $35.00

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Honeyw.../447027823
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which one?
I bought the PH 91F
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Any of these bathroom rated?
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Any idea which one will be better for a large living room ?
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I know from experience these cheap heaters will kill your electric bill!!! Fine for causal use or emergency's.
Get a decent kerosene heater & a good wick. Better yet put in a wood burning stove
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I would like a very efficient one like an oil filled heater. You end up spending more than the heater in the first month due to the crazy high electrical use of most of these.
1500W is 1500w. Doesn't matter if it's from a 1500W oil heater or 1500W filament heater or 1500W ceramic heater. They will all use the same amount of electricity.

Unless by oil you mean kerosene?
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Is it me or the price off these heater went up than went on sale as normal price?
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Is it me or the price off these heater went up than went on sale as normal price?
Nvm. I just got four heaters for $162.62. shipping included. These will go straight to my storages for next winter. To bad they don't have fans or AC on sale for winter sale. Just the heater during the hot season.
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I would like a very efficient one like an oil filled heater. You end up spending more than the heater in the first month due to the crazy high electrical use of most of these.
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1500W is 1500w. Doesn't matter if it's from a 1500W oil heater or 1500W filament heater or 1500W ceramic heater. They will all use the same amount of electricity.

Unless by oil you mean kerosene?
No, for obvious reasons oil filled heaters are more efficient. The oil filled ones break down after a few years though, in my experience.. something to take into account.

Unrelated, a 250 watt mini heater is best for smart Slickdealers who can make optimal use of it, despite the fact it's less efficient. It's also safer - much less risk of fire.

Oil filled:
https://www.newair.com/blogs/lear...-efficient
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Any known bad effects on health?
Bad effects from heat? No it's generally known as way for life to exist... It's pretty good for your health.
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I have tried ceramic and oil heaters before.

Trust me buy the Soleil infrared heater, you feel the heat much quicker than other technologies and it dries the air out less than ceramic heaters as well. I havent found anything better. I own a Soleil and a duraflame, the Soleil is a tiny bit noiser but never blows cool air (the duraflame blows cool air when it cycles the elements off, not nice if you're sitting right in front of it). Duraflame was $80 on sale. Soleil for $30 or $35 is a steal.

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I would like a very efficient one like an oil filled heater. You end up spending more than the heater in the first month due to the crazy high electrical use of most of these.

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1500W is 1500w. Doesn't matter if it's from a 1500W oil heater or 1500W filament heater or 1500W ceramic heater. They will all use the same amount of electricity.

Unless by oil you mean kerosene?
He is right that 1500W is 1500W (assuming they actually draw 1500W). BUT the difference from infrared quartz and ceramic is a cold room that stays cold for longer while you wait for it to heat up. Oil heaters are way worse, if your room is very cold you should turn it on at least 1-2 hours before you go into the room. Oil heater only positive is it is silent but honestly I much rather have alittle noise from an infrared heater but have almost instant heat. I have 2 oil heaters in storage and about to have another one in storage as backups, I am going to start giving them away because I have switched to infrared heaters.
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whenever i need to buy a space heater i just get the ones that are $9.99 in store at Walmart
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For those who want to heat up an entire room get oil filled
For those who wants to heat themselves get infrared/ceramic. I prefer infrared.
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For those who want to heat up an entire room get oil filled
For those who wants to heat themselves get infrared/ceramic. I prefer infrared.
Why is that? They both use the same amount of energy. The oil filled just sits there heating the oil then metal then the room with no fan to move the air over the heat source. Infrared is just as efficient (unless we are being petty enough to consider the heat after you turn it off lol) but heats up the room much quicker (feel the difference in 5 mins vs 60 mins). I own both and have compared them.
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