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191 of 204 people found the following review helpful
on November 26, 2007
Enjoy a softly warm flow of circulated heat by selecting this very quiet heater's oscillation that rotates up to about ½ circle.

Here's how it has been designed to save up to 35% on electricity, which means a small contribution to lowering greenhouse gases - on the top of this heater is its Energy Smart knob that has six basic settings: -- "frost watch" - 65 F. - 70 F. - 75 F. - 80 F. - maximum heat.

On "Maximum Heat" the heater goes full force and does not save electricity. On the other settings the heater automatically selects the appropriate power level to best accommodate your desired temperature selected. As the temperature in the room approaches the set temperature, the heater will automatically lower the power consumption and provide consistent warmth without wasting energy. This also means your room will heat to the set temperature without overheating the room -- a real nice feature.

The illuminated LED lights indicate what the current room temperature is. The "frost watch" automatically turns the unit on if the temperature drops below 55 F. to help protect against freezing of pipes or frost damage.

This heater also has an auto-off tip over switch and Overheat Protection; plus a 3 year warranty. And, its operation is almost silent and it's cool to the touch. Five stars for Honeywell's design and quality control of this Made in China product.
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86 of 90 people found the following review helpful
on October 29, 2008
I love this little heater! I bought this to help heat my trailer. It does such a great job that my furnace has hardly kicked on, even on the 32 degree and below nights we have already had! I really like how you can set the temperature and the heater actually seems to run and heat according to the actual room temp, not the heaters temp or the immediate areas temp. When I was out looking at heaters, a Lowe's employee told me that the thermostat is on the top of the heater so the closer to the floor you can place it the more accurate the heater's thermostat will read, so therefore the heater will run more accurately. I have mine set about 18" off the floor at one end of a 450sq. ft area. My thermostat is across the room and reads fairly close to what I have the heater set for!!!
I also bought this for the safety features. The outside stays cool and if it tips over it shuts off. I have a curious 1 year old so these features were very important to me. It also has a slim design so it fits well up buy the wall out of the way. It is pretty quiet too.
I highly recommend this heater and intend to buy one for my bedroom as well!
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60 of 62 people found the following review helpful
I bought this heater at Wal-Mart for $40.00 so Amazon's price is higher plus it doesn't include taxes and shipping. The unit itself is wonderful. I have a 15x14 bedroom and it gets my room up to 80 degrees in no time. It's not extremely quiet but it's not so loud that it drowns out the TV. I love the fact you can tell what temperature it is in the room right on the heater and that it swivels back and forth on it's own. The feature that was most important to me is that the front face/grill of it wouldn't be hot to the touch and no matter what the temperature it stays cool. So I don't have to worry about anyone getting burned or it tipping over on something and burning the house down.

I bought another heater (smaller) for my office cubicle and that one's going back because it throws heat but only in one direction and the front/grill gets hot. For it to be effective it would have to sit on my desk and that's not possible. So, I'll just pick-up another Honeywell. I highly recommend this Honeywell heater, I haven't had to turn on the heat so far and with these units I hopefully won't have to all winter long.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful
on November 24, 2009
This is a good heater. I have it and it serves it's purpose good. What I wanted to say most importantly is that the cord is very long. What most people do not realize is that it is wrapped up underneath the base...so it is hidden. If you look underneath you'll see it...it's a storage compartment for the cord.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on February 4, 2010
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Reviewed every space heater I could find on the internet & ordered the one that best suited my needs.It's been 38F here,& gets down to 16F. The Honeywell Energy Smart Cool Touch Heater HZ-7200 heats up my coldest bedroom like a charm.Cord is long enough to reach the middle of the room.Controls are super easy to understand.VERY quiet.No odor.Lightweight & easy to carry too.Unit puts out great heat & works perfectly.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on November 23, 2008
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My office is always very cold in the winter. The heat is never regulated properly and being on a basement level makes it worse. So I bought this heater hoping it would help take the chill out of the room and it did that and more. It really made the room warm and toasty, even to the point where I had to turn down the heat. But the smart energy control does help regulate the temps very well and it is also quiet enough that it doesnt bother my patients. It is also very lightweight so easy to transport back and forth
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful
on October 25, 2011
This is my first negative review on Amazon. I bought two of these space heaters, and both of them failed within the first year. One turns on but the heating element doesn't heat up. The other overheats anytime it's turned on, then shuts itself off. Talk about poor quality control! I wouldn't waste your time with these Honeywell heaters; try any other brand first.
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39 of 47 people found the following review helpful
on May 19, 2010
I purchased this and also the "Lasko 5367 16-1/2-Inch Oscillating Ceramic Tower Heater". The Lasko has a smaller footprint but seems to generate a LOT more heat. The Lasko is taller, but still not very tall. I intentionally ordered two different model and manufacturers thinking I'd compare them, and I'm glad I did. I'm returning this one and getting another Lasko. (I guess I should mention that I do not in any way benefit from sales of Lasko!).
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful
on November 7, 2010
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Was really looking forward to having an eco space heater in the house, especially after reading the positive reviews. However, after turning it on, it turned itself off after less than a minute. I remember reading that it'll do that when it hits the temperature it's set at, but it's not supposed to do that at Max Heat - but it does. Stays on for 20 seconds, then turns itself off, even at Max Heat.

For the first time, I need to send an Amazon purchase back - bummer.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful
on February 10, 2010
I had a Honeywell heater in my office for a couple years. It did OK until last week when it stopped completely. I was able to find this model and bought one last Friday. When I put it into service, it worked OK. It was quiet and produced enough heat on the Max setting to knock off the chill. However, this morning, after 3 days of use, it stopped just like the other one. I have checked the wiring circuits, outlets, etc. - not that - the problem is in the electronic circuit board in the heater. Now made in China, so they save a lot of money. Hope they save enough to offset the business they lose. My next one will be a different brand.
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