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ChimneyFree 5,200 BTU Infrared Quartz Electric Fireplace Mantel EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has ChimneyFree 5,200 BTU Infrared Quartz Electric Fireplace Mantel on sale for $79. Shipping is free.

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Product Features:
  • Provides supplemental zone heating for up to 1,000 square feet
  • The traditional log set and ember bed showcases a beautiful flame effect with five brightness settings and five speed settings.
  • Flame effects can be used with or without heat at any time for year-round enjoyment.
  • Infrared heat helps to maintain natural humidity for comfortable heat that doesn't dry out the room's air

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  • About this Offer: This is a $20 price drop (20% Savings) over the recent sale price of $99.99.
  • Reviews: This ChimneyFree Electric Fireplace receives 4.3 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 600 Customer Reviews.
  • Walmart Return Policy: Eligible for returns within 90 days after item is delivered
  • Warranty: Includes Limited 1-Year Warranty -slickdewmaster
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Nice looking. If anybody doesn't know about space heater marketing, there is a 1500 watt (5200 BTUs) limit on space heaters that have a "normal" electrical plug. It doesn't matter if the unit is $20 or $200, or if the box says "for small room" or "for large rooms," it will produce the same amount of heat.

There may be some difference in how "effective" the heat is when comparing radiant heaters to hot air blowers, with personal preference playing a factor.

Edit: To elaborate, radiant heaters aim to maximize the amount of heat radiated as infrared (IR) radiation, which doesn't heat the air, it heats the object(s) it hits. This makes it more effective in a drafty room, and it also lessens the "drying" of the air in the room. Hot air blower style heaters transfer the heat into the air, which can find ways to leave the room and take the heat (that you paid for) with it. On some level, any style of heater will be doing both types of heating, but in widely varying proportions. I.E. A blower style heater will still radiate a little IR but most of the energy is transferred to the air, and a IR heater will still heat the air near the heating element but most of the energy is emitted as IR radiation.

So with this you are essentially paying like $30 for a space heater and $50 for a cool fake fireplace that's attached to it.
1500 watts is 1500 watts. While there may be tiny differences in how the unit puts the heat into the air, this unit will not heat a room any better than a $10 plug in 1500 watt fan heater. So unless you want something pretty to look at, save your money
One of my favorite purchases I've ever made.

This thing is a beast - it really cranks out heat. It's also pleasant to look at.

A friend's heat went out this winter and we loaned this to her while she was waiting for it to be fixed. She said she ran it on the highest setting and it was so powerful that she woke up sweating in the middle of the night.

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One of my favorite purchases I've ever made.

This thing is a beast - it really cranks out heat. It's also pleasant to look at.

A friend's heat went out this winter and we loaned this to her while she was waiting for it to be fixed. She said she ran it on the highest setting and it was so powerful that she woke up sweating in the middle of the night.
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I have two of the Heat Surge Amish Fireplaces.
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Is this better than a Dr. Heater? Seems comparable
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This is as powerful as a normal 1500w infrared heater right? Just plugs into the wall outlet?
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Well my cheapy little space heater just broke. Guess I'll replace it with this beast.
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Is it 1000W? 1500W?
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Quote from BennyBuble :
One of my favorite purchases I've ever made.

This thing is a beast - it really cranks out heat. It's also pleasant to look at.

A friend's heat went out this winter and we loaned this to her while she was waiting for it to be fixed. She said she ran it on the highest setting and it was so powerful that she woke up sweating in the middle of the night.
Does it make any background noise?
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Does it make any background noise?
There's a soft, consistent humming if it's set to "on."

If you set it to a certain temperature, it will turn the heat on and off when it reaches that temperature / that makes a slight clicking noise and then the humming obviously stops or starts. The fake flames continue even if the heat is temporarily off (if the room is warm enough).
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This is as powerful as a normal 1500w infrared heater right? Just plugs into the wall outlet?
Same, max on a regular outlet is 1500.

This one is on sale for $49

ChimneyFree® Powerheat Infrared Quartz Electric Stove Heater https://www.walmart.com/ip/148647005
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I wish it had legs actually -- is that an option included? Rolling wheels look pretty cheap imho...
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Walmart gas several iR fireplace models for about $50…

Anyone know why this would be considered a better deal?
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I wish it had legs actually -- is that an option included? Rolling wheels look pretty cheap imho...
You could probably just not attach the casters and let it sit flat.
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1500 watts is 1500 watts. While there may be tiny differences in how the unit puts the heat into the air, this unit will not heat a room any better than a $10 plug in 1500 watt fan heater. So unless you want something pretty to look at, save your money
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