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Eden Pure Infrared Heater Infrared 5000 Btu 1000 Sq. Ft. 110 V/12.6 A Wood Grain 16 " H X 13 " W X 1

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Product Description

The GEN4 1000 portable heater combines specially designed infrared bulbs with EdenPURE copper heating chambers for more efficient heating. Low operating and maintenance costs heats up to 1000 sq. ft. evenly, wall to wall and floor to ceiling. Has no exposed heating elements that can cause a fire and possesses overheat protection; the sensor will shut heater off if it reaches an excessive heat level. Cannot harm children or pets. The EdenPURE heater runs quietly and the new fan blades are able to generate higher pressure air flow which pushes the warmer air out further into the room. Features digital controls plus a remote control so you can adjust comfort level without getting up. Constructed of fire resistant black polycarbonate and galvanized steel shell and contains 3 infrared quartz bulbs. Filter on the back of the unit is a lifetime filter that can be removed easily and can be cleaned with vacuum attachment or with warm water. 100V, 12.5A, 5000 BTU. Approximate size is 18'' H. x 13'' W. x 16'' D. 27 lb. Made in U.S.A.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13 x 17 inches ; 29.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 33 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B004E2XMQE
  • Item model number: Gen e
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #593,774 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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121 of 133 people found the following review helpful By Todd7 on December 21, 2010
This Eden Pure unit certainly does its job of heating a room, but not before your electric bill goes up exponentially. I started using this unit on the first day of my last months' billing cycle, and when I got my bill 30 days later, it jumped 103% over the past month. Simply put, this unit is a guzzler. I immediately unplugged it, and started making preparations to return it to the manufacturer. The advertisement for this product says that they're making improvements to this years' model. Well, they need to work on efficiency--not just the amount of heat that it can generate. Sorry folks, but this unit is a liability. 1/10 P.S. This unit's use has also activated the smoke detectors in my house.
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135 of 150 people found the following review helpful By travb on October 28, 2011
Consumer Reports, February 10, 2010:

Heating Claims Don't Add Up
Manufacturers of electric space heaters want you to believe that using one of their devices will lower your heating bill. Lowering your home's thermostat(s) and using your main heating system less in tandem with a space heater--called zone heating--will cut your utility bill. (Every degree you lower the thermostat(s) can save you about 2 percent on your heating bill.) But keep in mind that based on current national average prices and adjusting for the energy losses due to burning a fuel, heating with electricity is about two and a half times more expensive than heating with gas, the most common heating fuel in this country.

EdenPure suggests that "you can turn the heat down in your house as low as 50°F, yet the room you are in will be warm and comfortable. When you move to another room, the EdenPure goes with you. Its wheels make relocation a snap." That scenario assumes that you have to heat only a single room to heat at a time or that you own multiple EdenPure space heaters; that once you're in a room you stay put and don't move around the house; and that you're willing to keep the rest of your home at a chilly 50°F. Lowering the thermostat(s) by 3°F would likely result in minimal discomfort for you and your family, but are you willing to keep your home at 50°F?

The 1,483-watt EdenPure Gen 3 Model 1000 uses quartz infrared elements as the heat source. Its design essentially negates the radiant-heating effect, so it operates more like a typical fan-forced convection heater. While a fan can help mix the room air, there is typically some temperature variation, with cooler air near the floor and warmer air near the ceiling.
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496 of 564 people found the following review helpful By trapeze on December 26, 2010
Paul Harvey was a great man. He was a pioneer in radio broadcasting especially in regard to the talk radio genre. He was a decent person. One of the "good guys." In 2005, President George W. Bush awarded Mr. Harvey the Presidential Medal of Freedom. And recently he passed away.

But even great men have flaws. Paul Harvey had been quoted as saying, "I am fiercely loyal to those willing to put their money where my mouth is." And therein, lies a conflict of interest.

Now, I have no way of knowing whether or not Mr. Harvey knowingly endorsed fraudulent products but it is utterly indisputable that he did endorse the main product of Suarez Corporation Industries.

You undoubtedly have never heard of SCI but if you were a regular or even semi-regular listener of Paul Harvey you would have heard him endorse the miraculous EdenPURE heater with its revolutionary "cured copper" heat exchanger.

SCI is a prime supplier to the multi-level marketing community. Some of the companies that make up SCI are:

- Biotech Research
- International Home Shopping
- Lindenwold Fine Jewelers
- U.S. Commemorative Gallery
- Biotech Medical, LLC
- Resource Partners

This list is a smorgasbord of overpriced, yet intensely crappy products. (Oh sure, they sell the Tempur-Pedic line of closed cell foam mattresses which are merely overpriced...you can pick up the exact same thing at Walmart for a fraction of their cost.) This company is a virtual feeding frenzy for multi-level marketing scammers.

But I am only going to focus on their most prominent scam product: The EdenPURE heater.
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48 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Betty Crocker II on October 31, 2011
EdenPure products are a total rip off. As one reviewer said, in order to save energy, one has to turn off the home heating system and just use the space heater. That is not explained very well in their marekting materials.
The biggest complaint I have is they pry on the older generation. My dad is 83 and have some cogntive problems and every time they send him some information, he orders something. I am sure by now, he must owe a part of EdenPure just by buying 3 heaters, one air purifier and a humidifier. He has spent thousands of dollars with them and most of the heaters sit on his basement shelf or worst off he thinks he is saving on electricity. He gave me one for a gift several years ago, and my electric bill went up so high, that I started reading information on their website. OMG!
I really don't know what to do, but I can tell you, once you buy one of these products, you are on their mailing lists FOREVER.
EdenPure are very bad people, unethical to sell something that really doesn't work well and definitely the prices are outrageous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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