Details: Portable Electric Space Heater 1500W/750W, Ceramic Room Heater with Tip-over and Overheat Protection, 200 Square Feet Fast Heating for Indoor Office Desk Home, ETL Certified, Silver
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- 【 Quick Heating and Energy-saving 】Equipped with ceramic heating technology and a high-speed fan, this electric heater can warm up a room up to 200 square feet in minutes. Compared with high power-consuming centralized heaters, this high-efficient heater helps you reduce the home’s overall heating bill
- 【 Easy to Use with 3 Modes 】 In addition to providing two heat levels (1500W or 750W), it can be used as a cool air fan in warmer weather. A knob control allows you to adjust the temperature from 0 to 158 degrees
- 【 Safe and Reliable to Use 】Made from quality-assured flame-retardant material, designed with 2 great safety features (an automatic tip-over shut-off and overheat protection), this room heater achieves zero safety hazards, ideal for a household with young children or pets
- 【 Quiet Space Heater 】 Lower than 50dB level, the electric heater for home is comfortably quiet to use in a bedroom while sleeping. It’s also extremely suitable for warming the room while reading, working, studying, or watching TV, never worried about being disturbed
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Buyer Guide Electric Space HeatersAs you continue your search for an electric space heater, keep in mind the factors below.
- Size. Size wont matter if youre going to be sitting right on top of it. Unfortunately, a space heater has to sit on the floor, so its important for it to be the right size.
- Plug. Plug type can be a hassle, but its important to know which plug type youll need. Most space heaters come with a 1.5-inch diameter plug. If yours doesnt come with one, youll need to purchase an adapter.
- Safety. Check whether the space heater has a safety shutoff feature. This will ensure that the device wont overheat and cause a fire.
- Timer. A timer is simply another term for automatic shutoff. If you like to sleep in, use the timer to ensure that youre not burning up energy.
- Heating Output. Use wattage to determine how much heat the heater can generate. The higher the wattage, the hotter the heater.
- Watts per Square Inch. A watt is a unit of energy. Watts per square inch, on the other hand, is the rate the watts are converted to heat.
- Power. Power is the rate at which energy is converted into heat.
- EMF. EMF stands for Electro Magnetic Field. EMF
How to choose Electric Space HeatersChoosing an electric fan heater for your home requires some research and consideration. First, it is important to know which type of heating option will best fit your home. Typically, electric fan heaters heat a room very quickly, as well as evenly. If you live in an area with snowy winters, an electric fan heater is an ideal option.
The heating elements used in electric fan heaters are enclosed in a protective metal mesh. These elements are typically made from ceramic or tungsten. Ceramic elements are less expensive but tend to wear out over time. Tungsten elements last longer but will cost more.
Also, be sure to consider the size of the room you want to heat. Electric fan heaters can be very large, so make sure you select a heater that is large enough to accommodate the size of the room.
How to use Electric Space HeatersElectric space heaters are safe and easy to use. The most important thing to remember is to never use a space heater without a thermostat.
An electric space heater offers many benefits, but there are a few very important safety tips that you should follow every time you’re operating one:
- Read the instructions, follow them, and always unplug the heater when its not in use.
- Test the space heater for hazardous conditions before plugging it in.
- Dont use an electric space heater in bathrooms, near water, or near combustible materials.
- Dont use extension cords to try to extend the reach of the heater.
- Make sure that the space heater remains at least three feet from anything that can burn.
- Never touch the heating element.
- Never leave the space heater on when its not in use.
- Never use the heater if you are tired, intoxicated, or asleep.
- Never let the heater get wet.
- Never allow children or pets near the space heater.
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