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Holmes Desktop Heater Fan with Comfort Control Thermostat, HFH111T-NU

by Holmes
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  • Easy to adjust manual controls
  • Heat or fan only setting for year-round use
  • 2 heat settings with adjustable thermostat
  • Tip-over automatic safety shut-off; built-in carrying handle
  • Measures approximately 7-1/2 by 4-1/2 by 11-2/7 inches
1 refurbished from $550.00


Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 4.5 x 11.3 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B000BEUZS2
  • Item model number: HFH111T-U
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (407 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #67,134 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Holmes HFH111T-U Desktop Heater Fan with Comfort Control Thermostat

The Holmes Compact Heater Fan is a slim heater with a small footprint for space savings, but a wide grill for maximum heating. This heater's easy to use thermostat control and separate wattage control lets you set the heat to a level that’s just right for you. This heater also comes with a fan only setting, tip-over protection, and auto shut-off for added safety.

Heater Precautions

Always plug heaters directly into a wall outlet. Never use with an extension cord or power strip. The heater is hot when in use. To avoid burns, do not let bare skin touch front of heater. If provided, use handles when moving the heater. Keep combustible materials, such as furniture, pillows, bedding, papers, clothes, and curtains at least 3 feet (1 meter) from the front, sides and rear of the heater. Never locate heater where it may fall into a bathtub or other water container.


Built-in Adjustable Thermostat

Adjust your settings with easy to use controls for easy operation.

Auto-Timer

Auto safety shut-off timer and tip-over safety protection for peace of mind.

Lightweight Portability

Integrated lightweight carry handle for easy portability.



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This is a great fan/heater for bedrooms and offices.
Mollie
This heater is not a bad heater if you don't mind the noise.
El Yunque
Plus, the heater can be used as a fan only (no heat).
Irison

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

130 of 133 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 22, 2008
Living in the snow belt of NY state and using space heaters as the main source of heat in my home for the last few winters, I know a thing or two about them. I haven't been able to afford a heating oil delivery, so naturally, I turned to electric heat.

My first heater purchase was a highly rated $75 radiant heater which was alright, except it was pretty darn big, and the heat it provided seemed so-so for the price I paid. The next one was a $50 bionaire heater which was still rather large and so-so for the price I paid.

Being on a budget, my next two heaters were this particular one. I love how small they are, and it can get downright HOT, even on the coldest nights if you don't have it on medium/low. I had them running almost on a constant basis for 6 months, 2 years running, and this is the third year and have had no issues with them quitting on me. I did go and buy them from a physical store, so maybe bad handling was the case with others who had a problem with it.

Anyway, on the subject of electric bills, mine were pretty high. A winter of electric bills was pretty much equivalent to a winters worth of heating oil, but at least I didn't have to pay that in a lump sum, up front.
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86 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Keninca on February 3, 2011
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I needed a couple of new inexpensive space heaters so I decided to do a bake off between this LASKO 754200 and the HOLMES HFH111T.

Both have a single fan speed, and a choice of fan only, low heat, and high heat.
Both have a thermostat which will turn the unit off once the desired temperature is reached.
Both have internal over temperature protection which needs to be reset by unplugging the device and letting things cool down.

LASKO PLUS

The light is lit if the unit is plugged in so you know if it's plugged in by a look only. I want to leave space heaters unplugged when I'm not around and this makes it easy to tell.

Quieter than HOLMES: ~55DB vs the HOLMES 60DB

Seems more efficient at heating a given volume of air. Passing my hand in front of either unit at about 18 inches away with heat on high, my hand got rather hot with the LASKO which seemed to have good even hot air distribution over an arc +/-20 degrees of center, but the HOLMES air distribution seemed uneven with more air going to one side, and my hand never got uncomfortable.

HOLMES PLUS

Simpler packaging: no internal packaging.... LASKO had: 2 pieces of pressed formed cardboard, plastic wrapping and tape to recycle.

The light is lit once the switch is no longer in the OFF position, even if the thermostat has caused the fan to turn off. Thus you can look at the light to know that the heater *may* be on. With the LASKO you need to look at the switch to make sure it's going to stay off.

More sensitive thermostat. It takes only a 5 or 10 degree rotation to get the thermostat to go on or off, while the LASKO took about 30 degrees.

May very well move more air for the noise.

Tip over protection.
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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful By S. Onderko on October 6, 2009
I bought this heater 2 years ago. For my laundry room to keep my dog and her 10 puppies warm through the cold winter. Warmed the room within 10 mins and if kept on high it was too DARN HOT! Best thing about this heater if the pups ever knoked it over it shut off. After two years of having this heater it hasn't failed me yet. And it has been thrown knocked over and stomped on by my dogs. Very Harty heater does a great job! Of and my laundry room has a dog door and windows all around so not very insulated. I would run it 6 hours a day every day and didn't even see a change in the pge bill
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65 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J on January 24, 2011
First of all, I agree with prior reviewers that this unit is very noisy vs. other forced air space heaters.

The primary reason for my negative review, though, is that I think this unit is downright dangerous. I used this unit on the "low" setting for about 12 mos (used only in winter months). It worked fine. Today, for the first time, I used it on the high setting. It had been on for about one hour, when one of the internal supports for the heating coils collapsed. This caused the coils to collapse into the metal fan, which then caused a short. A huge flame shot out of the front of the unit and turned the plastic housing black. If I hadn't been sitting there to unplug it immediately who knows what might have happened. This unit has basically never been moved, so the weakness in the support is not due to operator misuse. It is likely a manufacturing and/or design issue.

Very poor design. It's cheap for a reason. Don't risk your safety for a few bucks.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By El Yunque on December 6, 2008
This heater is not a bad heater if you don't mind the noise. We bought it for our baby's room and took it back next day. When the heater goes on it is just too noisy so our baby would wake up. It is cheap, it works but it is awful noisy.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Irison on October 11, 2012
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We have baseboard heaters in our house. Not only is it very dry heat, it is also very expensive. Over 6 years ago, I purchased a Holmes heater just like this one for my bedroom because I was tired of having to keep the furniture away from the baseboard heater. It worked so well, I went out and bought two more to heat the rest of the house. I have to replace about one every year, but it's a whole lot cheaper for me to replace a $20 heater once a year than to pay a $200 power bill every month. Last year, I went to replace two of my Holmes space heaters. I couldn't find the Holmes brand anywhere locally, so I purchased a Sunbeam and a Honeywell; neither of them heated as well as the Holmes, nor did either of them last the entire winter. I was determined to find Holmes brand this year. They are the best. These heaters don't raise your power bill either. Very economical any way you slice it. As for some of the other reviewers speaking of noise: the heater is fan-driven heat; therefore, it will make the same noise as a fan. I like white noise, so it doesn't bother me. Plus, the heater can be used as a fan only (no heat). Safety: Casing is NEVER hot to the touch, turns off automatically if tipped over.
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