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Honeywell Digital Ceramic Tower Heater

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Product Information

product specification

  • Heating Element Type: Ceramic
  • Power Source: Electric
  • Industry or Government Certifications: ETL Listed
  • Product Width: 7.600
  • Number of Settings: 2
  • Wattage Output: 1500.000
  • Product Depth: 7.600
  • Safety and Security Features: Grill Guard, Overheat Protection
  • Product Weight: 6.400
  • Product Height: 21.600
  • Features Hardware: Swivel Fan, Programmable Timer, Portable, Automatic Thermostat, LED Display
  • Heat Distribution Type: Fan-Driven
  • Warranty Description: 3 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty
Honeywell Digital Ceramic Tower Heater is rated 3.1176 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Favorite Ever After receiving a small-sized version of this heater as a gift, my husband and I decided to purchase this larger tower version, and it is the best purchase we have made to date! We love the timed heating feature with automatic shut-off, and always utilize the energy saver mode. Buttons are easy to understand and the dial feature for the temperature setting makes using the heater a breeze. The oscillation is also a great feature. The heater runs very quietly, completing the amazing experience of using the heater. It is our favorite heater ever!
Date published: 2015-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought some more because I liked the originals I bought two of these heaters 3 years ago and used them heavily. One is still working, the other the fan quit working. I bought two more of these heaters a month ago. The new versions are an inch shorter, and have the feature of turning on and off by setting the thermostat. The older models would just turn off but not restart once the temperature was achieved. My response to some of the critical reviews: These heaters when on maximum draw 1500 watts, which means they draw around 13 amps so that you can't plug a lot of other items into a 15 amp household circuit and not have breakers trip or plugs malfunction. All of the other safety features work well (we have rowdy cats that occasionally crash into the heaters) and if you are looking for a stylish heater to do the job, these are a good value. Another caveat - get your home's air leaks tended to, nothing is going to work well with leaky windows and doors. Also, what do your utilities cost? We have to use propane, which is very expensive out here, whereas our electricity rates are cheaper than most areas of the USA, so, it makes sense to have our electric heaters keeping the house warm with the furnace kicking in when they can't keep up.
Date published: 2014-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from this heater matches our homes decor This heater was purchased to reduce the amount of utilities usage within the unused living spaces not occupied. The safety features are great around the children that may accidentally bump the unit causing the unit to shut down, plus the sensor that also causing the shut down if placed too close to furnishings saving from possible fire. Of course the ceramic heating element has yet to become over heated or too hot to the touch. An excellent product for those energy conscious individuals.
Date published: 2014-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from happy Love it and it heats my medium sized family room. On and off button sticks alittle.
Date published: 2014-03-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Definitely Not for Medium/Large Rooms I bought this to replace a small Lasko that I've been using for years now. The Lasko still works, but I thought a larger one would heat up the room much faster, potentially cutting back on heating cost. After many days of researching wattage, BTU's and the best for the room size, I purchased this item. It was placed in a 250 square foot room, with perfectly fine insulation and windows that were replaced with energy efficient 2 years ago. It took about 8 hours to warm up the room to 65 degrees, even with the house furnace assisting with heating on 61 degrees. The small Lasko takes 6 hours to warm up a room to 65 degrees with the house furnace assisting at 61 degrees. The fan is louder than the Lasko, but that is expected when purchasing a larger space heater. I'd recommend looking at other options if your trying to heat a space 200 square feet or larger, or if your home is not well insulated. This will not do the trick.
Date published: 2014-01-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Caution Something is not right with the thermostat on this unit. When I lower the thermostat the fan kicks off but it seems like the heating element inside the unit stays on. Twice now I noticed the unit start to smoke after I lowered the thermostat. I'm taking it back not worth the risk. Also, even after a few days of use the heater still smells like burning plastic while running. FYI, I usually have good luck with Honeywell branded products.
Date published: 2014-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Plug & Outlet Burned I bought this heater for my sons nursery because it gets so cold in his room that he wouldnt sleep. After having it for a month I went in his room at night because I smelled something burning only to find it had burned our outlet and the plug on the heater. Talk about a mothers nightmare! [...] I will not be buying anything from them!!
Date published: 2010-12-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DOA It worked when first plugged in, and then would not work again. Thought Honeywell was a quality product and well known name, but this must be a re-brand. Poor quality, and bad experience.
Date published: 2010-11-14
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