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Space Heaters: Lasko Ultra Slim Electric Tower Heater EXPIRED

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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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a great little tool - love mine
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Hmm, the K model looks a bit sleeker, but there seems to be no functional difference. Never knew $5 would make this such a tough choice lol

Will definitely get one as it can get cold in our basement in the winter.

Update: Got the F model of the Soleil infrared. Weighs 16.3 pounds vs 13.8 pounds for the newer version. I figured newer isn't always better and a weight might equal a better build. I'm old school that way Wink
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F model has air filter and casters also
The K model has a K in it. The F, an F.
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Hmm, the K model looks a bit sleeker, but there seems to be no functional difference. Never knew $5 would make this such a tough choice lol

Will definitely get one as it can get cold in our basement in the winter.

Update: Got the F model of the Soleil infrared. Weighs 16.3 pounds vs 13.8 pounds for the newer version. I figured newer isn't always better and a weight might equal a better build. I'm old school that way Wink
I like this reasoning, will probably do the same and think F actually looks better. Did you pick up the 3 year warranty for 3 years or is that just a waste?
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Considering the Lasko tower or mainstay dish.

Anyone know if these would work okay for a small outdoor patio area on ~50 degree nights?
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Is using this cheaper than using gas-driven central heating? Asking for a friend
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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
I have used all manors of space heaters through the years and the one that always work well for me are the oil filled. You can really just set it and forget it, no noise, no fan, just steadily and evenly heats the room.
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Ordered 3 of these, arrived today, works perfectly.
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I like this reasoning, will probably do the same and think F actually looks better. Did you pick up the 3 year warranty for 3 years or is that just a waste?
No, actually I forgot to laugh out loud Not a bad idea though if you plan on running the heater a lot.
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I have used all manors of space heaters through the years and the one that always work well for me are the oil filled. You can really just set it and forget it, no noise, no fan, just steadily and evenly heats the room.
Yes, but two I had both broke down within a few years and I didn't even use them much. Now I just use small electric fan models when needed. nod

BTW, it's funny how some people really have no idea what's going on, but I guess that's the case anywhere. laugh out loud
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Ordered 3 of these, arrived today, works perfectly.
Which one? Mainstays 2 in 1?
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in for 2- 900-1500W
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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.
who lives in your storages?
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Went with the Honeywell Thermawave, thanks OP. I need something safe and efficient for a basement area where my kids play and watch movies. It gets a lot of good reviews too.
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I'm looking at these from a somewhat strange perspective. I'm looking for models that support turning on to the previous setting after a power outage, i.e. where you don't have to be there to manually reset it or turn it back on.

Anyone out there which if any of these models support this?

Bonus if it also allows a low-power mode, e.g. 700 or 800 watts vs. 1500 draw.

Thanks.
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