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Lifesmart HT1188 4-Element Quartz Infrared Portable Large Room Space Heater $37.00 + FS

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$37.00 - Lifesmart HT1188 4-Element Quartz Infrared Portable Large Room Space Heater + FSHeat up even large rooms and beat the cold this season with the Lifesmart 4-Element Infrared Large Room Heater.

This heater delivers 1,500 watts of power through 4 quartz heating elements and features a 12 hour programmable timer and 3 heat settings. It also comes with safety features like over-heat and tip-over shut off, a cool touch exterior cabinet, and child lock for peace of mind. No assembly is required, simply unpack and plug in the Lifesmart 4-Element Infrared Large Room Heater for the perfect amount of heat all winter long.

This sleek, modern heater design of this Lifesmart Infrared Heater is not only a great addition to any room in the home, but is also packed with heating power.

Four infrared quartz elements provide even heat distribution throughout the room without drying out the air's humidity. Two heat settings provide supplemental warmth and comfort for up to 1500 watts of power output. The energy saving ECO mode self-regulates the heater wattage to always maintain 68 degrees.

Timer can be programmed for up to 12 hours, so no need to worry about accidentally leaving the heater on. Easy read angled control panel is user friendly and can be operated by button or remote control (batteries not included).

Lightweight, stylish cabinet features a contemporary design with built in carry handles for easy room to room portability.
  • Warm up even large rooms with this space heater's 4-quartz infrared heating elements
  • 3 heat settings: 1,000 watts, 1,500 watts, and ECO (maintains a constant 68 degrees)
  • Approx. 150 square feet of coverage (varies on environment)
  • 12 hour programmable timer
  • BTUs: 5,118
  • Thermostat control system
  • Extra-large LED display
  • Overheat safety switch
  • Tip-over safety switch
  • Cool touch exterior cabinet
  • Child safety lock
  • Remote control with LED indicator (2-AAA batteries not included)
  • Lifetime washable filter
  • No assembly required
  • Specifications:
  • Heating product type: Space heater
  • Heating technology type: Infrared
  • Power type: Electric
  • Voltage: 110 volts
  • Amperage: 12 amps
  • Plug: 3 prong
  • Recommended location: Large room
  • Remote: Yes
  • Color: Black
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 11.57 x 9.72 x 12.1 inches
  • Weight: 10.87 pounds - VMInnovations warranty: 60-day warranty
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You're not going to "heat up even large rooms" with this thing. Mostly small to medium. It's 1,500 Watts like any other cheap $15 space heater. They're all 100% efficient and unless you're getting a heat pump, you're not getting any better efficiency. So only get this thing if you like it's aesthetics.

For more info, watch this video on space heaters in North America: https://youtu.be/V-jmSjy2ArM
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You're not going to "heat up even large rooms" with this thing. Mostly small to medium. It's 1,500 Watts like any other cheap $15 space heater. They're all 100% efficient and unless you're getting a heat pump, you're not getting any better efficiency. So only get this thing if you like it's aesthetics.

For more info, watch this video on space heaters in North America: https://youtu.be/V-jmSjy2ArM
Ohms law is purely a matter of personal opinion. A failed real estate developer and low rated reality TV host said it so I believe it.
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EDIT: Screw it in for one.
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Ohms law is purely a matter of personal opinion. A failed real estate developer and low rated reality TV host said it so I believe it.
The only differences in most space heaters is heating element and how efficiently they move air. That's not to say they heat any better or less unless they're defective. The fan just helps circulate the heat and potentially weed out cold air pockets. Radiant heat is something extra you can get from infrared, but not in these designs.

I actually switched from a radiant infrared heater recently to an oil-filled radiator heater.... specifically to ditch.the fan. It was messing with my eyes (drying them out)
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It might be a good heater, but better off buying something like this locally where you can return easily. i.e Costco
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Just remember 1500watts is 1500watts all these heaters produce the same amount of heat and draw the same power.
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avoid, ive been living in a house with no central heating/ac for 5 years and have tried tons of these things and lemme tell you, this brand SUCKS
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avoid, ive been living in a house with no central heating/ac for 5 years and have tried tons of these things and lemme tell you, this brand SUCKS
So which are the best?
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Fwiw - bought a king-sized electric blanket for nights in MI. Uses only 350 watts and has dual controls for the wife with ice toes.
Space heater unplugged. Smilie
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In my opinion... It's a $37 heater at it's normal full price No one should pay more. With that said if you need a heater, it's free shipping at normal price.
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Fwiw - bought a king-sized electric blanket for nights in MI. Uses only 350 watts and has dual controls for the wife with ice toes.
Space heater unplugged. Smilie
Good investment, i use one too
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Fwiw - bought a king-sized electric blanket for nights in MI. Uses only 350 watts and has dual controls for the wife with ice toes.
Space heater unplugged. Smilie
Link to it? I want one.
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