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Heat Surge Fireplace with Amish Made Mantle Oak

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  • The Heat Surge Roll-n-Glow electric fireplace with Amish made real wood mantle,
  • is the best and easiest way to: save money on gas bills by heating just the rooms
  • you use the most, have a beautiful real wood mantle handmade by the Amish, the
  • ambience of a real fire, and have the convenience to simply move your fireplace
  • from room to room.

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  • Shipping Weight: 73 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001O4CTTQ
  • Item model number: HTOM
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #608,950 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Save big on your heating bills and stay as warm as you want this winter! The Original Roll-N-Glow Electric Fireplace with Authentic Amish Crafted Premium Wood Mantles. What is the Heat Surge Roll-n-Glow Electric Fireplace? The Heat Surge Roll-n-Glow electric fireplace with Amish made real wood mantle, is the best and easiest way to: save money on gas bills by heating just the rooms you use the most, have a beautiful real wood mantle handmade by the Amish, the ambience of a real fire, and have the convenience to simply move your fireplace from room to room. Essentially anywhere there's an outlet you can place a Roll-n-Glow electric fireplace. Perfect for any house, apartment, condo, dorm, mobile home, cottage, office, hotel, or garage. That spare bedroom that's drafty, or "just doesn't get heat", plug a Heat Surge Roll-n-Glow electric fireplace in and notice the difference. Save Money On Your Heating Bill Everyone hates high heating bills. But we're all sick and tired of turning down the thermostat and always being cold. There is really no need to heat every room in your house if you are only occupying one of them. This concept is called Zone Heating. The beauty of Roll-n-Glow Fireless Flame is that it can easily roll from room to room so you can take the heat with you anywhere you go. For every degree you turn down your thermostat for 8 hours, you can save 1% on your monthly heating bill. Take it down 5 degrees for 24 hours and you can save 15% for that day. When the Roll-n-Glow is turned down to the medium setting, 750 watts, or 2555 BTU's it can easily heat a average size bedroom for about 8 cents an hour.* On the high setting, 1500 watts, or 5110 BTU's it can handle a 325 sq. ft. room for about 16 cents an hour.*

Customer Reviews

Please do not waste your money on this product.
Lana
Any 1500 watt electric heater will produce the same amount of heat.
Jim
Customer service with this company is nonexistant.
CCofOmaha

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

315 of 331 people found the following review helpful By Crackerjack on December 26, 2008
I bought two of these and spent almost $700 and I am VERY DISSAPOINTED with their performance. You can't even feel the heat unless you are about a foot away from the unit. I live in California where it doesn't really get that cold in the winter but I was interested in saving money on my heating bill and this thing won't even heat my bedroom. The mantle is oak plywood, not solid oak as advertised. The only good thing about them is that they look nice. The Amish are being used as a marketing tool to sell these fireplaces. All of the parts come from China and are assembled by Amish in Ohio, so don't expect good Amish craftsmanship because you won't get it with a Heat Surge Electric Fireplace.
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186 of 194 people found the following review helpful By P. Barber on January 26, 2010
I purchased this item to heat a small trailer. After reading all the hype the company provides I thought this would be a good alternative heat source. NOT SO. When I called the company to return the item you are put thru the hoops. Your on hold for hours at a time. Just trying to talk to someone to get the return shipping label issued. In the meantime the company takes their sweet time in issueing the UPS return. You have 30 days to return the item... or your stuck with it. This includes from the time it was sent to you from the warehouse, weekends & holidays. Then they have the nerve to charge you $50.00 for the return. This is a decorative item, not a single heat source- something they don't bother to mention anywhere. It took them 24hrs to collect my money & 6wks to get my partial refund. If there had been a rating of -0 this would have rated it
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118 of 124 people found the following review helpful By Laura on May 21, 2010
We are living from pay to pay. Bought one of these used, BUT like new (trying to save money on exorbitant propane fees). Used it for one SPRING month. Electric bill went from about $115 to $340.

I don't know how we're going to put food on the table next week.
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97 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Jim VINE VOICE on September 19, 2010
The hype from Heat Surge sounds convincing but is misleading.
The heater itself is no miracle of technology. Any 1500 watt electric heater will produce the same amount of heat. It's just the fact of elctrically produced heat. The difference is how well the heat is distributed.
The heat surge has a two speed blower that forces heated air out the vents along the top of the heater. That heated air then rises to the ceiling and eventually may fill the room with heat.
I put the Heat Surge in a basement room with no door. All the heat went up the stairs and my electric bill went up $75 per month. So much for saving money!
The "Amish built" mantel looks nice, but upon close inspection your will find that the "solid wood" is plywood with a laminate or veneer covering.
The "flickering flames" are an optical illusion produced by a scrolling acetate film in front of two chandelier bulbs. The "flames" on mine frequently stop moving becuase the belt that drives the acetate film developed a flat spot.
See Consumer Reports to find musch better values on portable heaters.
For my money, I would recommend going to WalMart and buying a $25 electric heater. It won't look as nice, but you will feel just as warm, maybe warmer.
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182 of 196 people found the following review helpful By Richard on January 24, 2010
It's shocking to me that people would pay $350 for a heater that puts out the exact same amount of heat as a $19.95 heater available at most major retail stores. If you read the specification, the heater in the HeatSurge fireplace is a 1,500 watt quartz ceramic heater.

And guess what? My local Target has a whole section full of 1,500 quartz ceramic heaters for less than...$30 each. In fact, I bought a 1,500 watt quartz ceramic heater at Target for $19.95, and it works great! The one I bought for $19.95 works so good I bought several more for my house, one for my Mom, one for my Dad, and two for my sister, all at $19.95 each! Actually, some were on sale after Christmas for $14.95 each, and others were two for $20! Nice. And warm.
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101 of 108 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 4, 2010
Maybe the mantle is made by the Amish, but the heater is made in China and back lit by a couple of lightbulbs. I looked at one of these at my neighbors and saw a review by Consumer Reports that said you can get better heat from a $75-$80 heater; they recommended the DeLonghi. Don't get taken! The reviewer said this costs much more money to run than many simpler heaters.
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104 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 4, 2010
My wife bought one of these. We have had it for almost two years now. As soon as I took it out of the box I knew we were victims of false advertising. I grew up in Amish country, and this is not made by the Amish (well, maybe by some sort of Randy Quaid in "Kingpin", former Amish alcoholic). The case was nailed together CROOKED with a STAPLEGUN. Ever heard of an Amish craftsman using a staplegun? The electrics are obviously manufactured in Asia. When I called to complain, I was told that the "wood parts" were manufactured by Amish. She could not provide any detail, so I assume maybe they bought the boards from an Amish carpenter. Who knows. Anyway, the phone operator had authority to negotiate a partial refund. Think about that: defects and complaints are SO COMMON that a mere phone operator doesn't even have to speak to a supervisor before negotiating a price cut. If you buy one, make sure to call up and complain so you can get the REAL PRICE.
About a year later we started getting letters telling us it was time to buy new bulbs, i.e., that the bulb wears out in about 12 months. This was never disclosed in the original literature. Also, it is now making a noise when the heater is not running but the light fixture is - an annoying buzzing noise. In my opinion the Amish should hire a good lawyer and sue this company.
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