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Pelonis 23" Ceramic Tower Fan-Space Heater-1500W-Programmable Thermostat-8H Timer $37.96

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Walmart has Pelonis 23" Ceramic Tower Fan-Space Heater for $ 37.96.

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https://www.walmart.com/ip/Peloni...hbdg=L1100

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Does this heater allow you to set the temperature in 1 degree increments or only 5 degree amounts like 65, 70, 75 etc?
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Quote from tommy82 :
Does this heater allow you to set the temperature in 1 degree increments or only 5 degree amounts like 65, 70, 75 etc?
in increments of 1 Fahrenheit
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Quote from boyzclub :
in increments of 1 Fahrenheit
Thanks, the one I have now is also a similar Pelonis, but I don't like that it can only be set in 5 degree increments. If you have the posted heater, how do you like it?
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Would this work efficiently with a European socket adapter if I had it sent to Europe? specifically Greece.
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Would this work efficiently with a European socket adapter if I had it sent to Europe? specifically Greece.
I don't think so you may also need a voltage converter so as to have proper voltage it's 240 there. I hear electricity costs like 8 million a month
Shame. goodluck
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This thing is a fire waiting to happen. I had one of these and the blower stopped working, so the coils got too hot and it started smoking. I didn't wait to find out what was going to happen next, so I quickly unplugged it.

I took it apart and cleaned all the dust off the fan, and got another year out of it, then the bearings in the fan gave up. Tossed it in the trash after that.

Don't plan on getting more than a year or so of regular use out of this.
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Quote from DavidP6348 :
This thing is a fire waiting to happen. I had one of these and the blower stopped working, so the coils got too hot and it started smoking. I didn't wait to find out what was going to happen next, so I quickly unplugged it.

I took it apart and cleaned all the dust off the fan, and got another year out of it, then the bearings in the fan gave up. Tossed it in the trash after that.

Don't plan on getting more than a year or so of regular use out of this.
bearing fail is very unusual for an AC fan, usually the DC fan with a rectifier fail after couple years. do you remember the type of motor that was used?
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bearing fail is very unusual for an AC fan, usually the DC fan with a rectifier fail after couple years. do you remember the type of motor that was used?
Good point. I may have misspoke. I think it was the motor assembly that oscillates the heater that gave up. Either way, too many things were failing and I still like my house uncharred.
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Good point. I may have misspoke. I think it was the motor assembly that oscillates the heater that gave up. Either way, too many things were failing and I still like my house uncharred.
all small fan space heaters should have a heat sensor, in case the fan stops spending and is not pushing the heat out.

https://youtu.be/DI80FQDZBKw?t=23
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Quote from DavidP6348 :
This thing is a fire waiting to happen. I had one of these and the blower stopped working, so the coils got too hot and it started smoking. I didn't wait to find out what was going to happen next, so I quickly unplugged it.

I took it apart and cleaned all the dust off the fan, and got another year out of it, then the bearings in the fan gave up. Tossed it in the trash after that.

Don't plan on getting more than a year or so of regular use out of this.
just watched a pelonis tower fix. the fan location is just a horrible idea, hope the have moved it away from the dust prone area

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHFbMGBnTOo
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I have one in my basement and it works great... Its wide swing is enough for entire couch. Just bought another one for my mother.
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just watched a pelonis tower fix. the fan location is just a horrible idea, hope the have moved it away from the dust prone area

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHFbMGBnTOo
Agreed. I'd like to see a user-serviceable filter to keep the motor from getting bound up with dust.
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