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Honeywell 7 Fin Oil Filled Radiator Heater with Digital Controls, HZ-709

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  • Temperature set function maintains desired temperature
  • Timer Function for 1-12 Hour run time
  • Safety Matters Features: solid heavy gauge steel, durable rust-free enamel finish, machine welded for leak-free operation, HPN type 3 prong plug power cord, power indicator light
  • 3 Heat Settings for energy efficient heating options
  • 3 Year Warranty
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Dimensions 25.87 inches x 15.31 inches x 7.28 inches 10.75 inches x 13.75 inches x 25 inches 25.87 inches x 15.34 inches x 7.32 inches 25.59 inches x 9.45 inches x 14.17 inches
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  • Product Dimensions: 15.3 x 7.3 x 25.9 inches ; 17.5 pounds
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  • ASIN: B000FVAK8G
  • Item model number: HZ-709
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (156 customer reviews)
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Honeywell HZ-709 7-Fin Oil Filled Radiator Heater with Digital Controls and Easy Set Controls.

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The Honeywell digital oil-filled radiator is built from heavy-gauge steel for long-lasting performance and has a durable, rust-free enamel finish. Each metal fin is machine welded to ensure a leak-free operation and as an added feature, the oil in this portable heater never needs to be refilled or replaced. The temperature set function maintains your desired temperature making it even more user friendly and the three heat settings offer energy efficient heating options. A unique, front-mounted cord wrap allows easy off-season cord storage and the digital display clearly communicates heater settings. Additionally, back-lit controls provide visibility in the dark and four easy-glide casters make it easy to transport it from room to room. This heater also has a black finish with bright chrome accents for a clean, modern aesthetic. This radiator is backed by a 5-year limited warranty.

Customer Reviews

The 2nd kept turning off before it got to the temperature set on the thermostat.
Pastor D
The manufacturer, KAZ said they can not be fixed but if we ship them back to them (at our expense) they can replace them under the warranty.
Mandy Metcalf
One fateful night, it's temperature soared even though I had it set to 67 degrees, heating the room to over 85 degrees.
John Veneruso

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80 of 83 people found the following review helpful By J. L. Strouble on October 22, 2010
THE HONEYWELL HZ-709: I'm on my sixth oil-filled radiator heater. It's a Honeywell HZ-709, the only satisfactory one I've found currently on the market. The first Honeywell I bought worked very well for one season. When I began experiencing problems, I found customer service to be very responsive and responsible.

THE OTHERS: I had a Lakewood which worked very well, but Lakewood doesn't make these heaters anymore. I've also tried two different DeLonghi radiators. Both of them continued to put out irritating fumes even after the break in period. Back they went. Likewise for the Holmes I bought. It gave off a low-level odor that I didn't find too noxious at first; but after the first few hours I developed a continuous and worsening headache + nausea that wouldn't quit unless I left the house. It didn't put out as much heat as the Honeywell either. I gave it two days to prove itself, then gave up on it.

THE WARRANTY: So I've purchased a second Honeywell. As I said, the first one worked beautifully for one season. I cranked it up again this fall and it worked fine for a few days. Then, suddenly, the heater started to put out nasty fumes. It smelled like a CFL bulb when they go bad - very nasty. It still worked and I couldn't find any leaking oil. I think the problem was in the control panel. I called customer service because, unlike other heaters, the Honeywell has a three-year warranty. Customer service was very thorough and efficient. The guy I spoke to told me he would waive the $10 return fee (?!!), but he wanted me to ship the heater back at my expense. When I objected, he put me on hold for a short time, then came back and told me that this one time I could just cut off the cord and send it. This I did, and I'm waiting on my replacement heater.
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119 of 127 people found the following review helpful By J. Conover on December 12, 2006
The Honeywell HZ-709 comes very well packaged with solid styrofoam wrapped around the unit all inside a heavy duty cardboard box. When I opened mine I wasn't surprised that there wasn't a scratch on it. It comes with the radiator unit, four plastic casters, two brackets, two u-bolts, owners manual, and warranty card. There is basic tool-free assembly required to put on the casters, but its so easy a cave man could do it. The instructions to do this are also very easy to understand.

Once the unit is assembled then it is time to plug it in. The digital settings are very easy to adjust with one power button and three two-way switches. One switch is for adjusting the thermostat, which can be set to the max of eighty five degrees fahrenheit. Another is for setting the power low (600 watts), medium (900 watts), and high (1500 watts). The last switch is for setting a hourly timer for shutting the unit off. The temperature switch can also be used to change from fahrenheit to celsius within the first few seconds of powering the unit on. Let me add that this unit is extremely silent, I had to check it a few times to make sure it was on.

I purchased this heater a few weeks ago from Target after we got a blast of cold weather (hovering below and above freezing at night) for a couple of weeks because my home does not have central heat and air and I have about 20 space heaters of which none have ever made my house feel close to warm during the winter. I decided on this unit because it was the most expensive one so I figured it must work for that price and plus I had never tried a oil filled radiator style heater before. I am so glad I decided on this heater.

This heater is in my bedroom which is roughly 700 square feet 26x26.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By patent_lawyer on December 7, 2006
I just bought this unit from Target, and it is great.
First of all, it is very quiet. The only noise is the sound of oil percolating around in metal housing, which is actually soothing. It is powerful enough to heat our average size bedroom (about 15'x15') even on the lowest setting, and it is below freezing outside.
It is really nice to have a thermostat. You can set it and it will keep your room at a constant temperature. The non-digital model is about $20 cheaper, but just get this one. I've used heaters with no thermostat, and you can never get it to hold constant at a nice temperature. You will wake up too hot or too cold.
The Honeywell costs a little more than the cheap-o brand, but it is WELL worth it. The first radiator heater I bought was cheap-o from Walmart. It made a really loud electrical arcing noise every time it kicked on. It was loud enough to wake us up. It sounded like those weapons from War of the Worlds.

Update: Durable too. We've had ours for.. 5 years?? Still works!
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By esteve on November 1, 2010
I was recommending this heater to a friend and wrote the following:

They are wonderful, I have one at home. Thermostatically controlled, temp and power settings, energy efficient, space efficient, completely silent, cute, not expensive - under $90. They actually heat the room, not just blow hot air around, or radiate heat to objects but not to the air itself. You can leave them on a low power setting and low temp and not use much power to keep a room at a set base temp when you are not there (come into a cold but not freezing room). (I've lived in many cold apartments and had many kinds of heaters ;). It is the good digital thermostat temp control that makes this one the favorite amongst similar types. (not a surprise as it's Honeywell)

Then I went to get him some links and noticed the 16 One Star reviews.
So I read them all. (But not any others, btw).

And now.... I am still standing by what I wrote to my buddy and giving it 5 stars here.

(I actually would give it only 4 stars normally, but with such a high percentage of 1 stars from people that just had a dud or did not know how to use it, on a product that is actually very good, I felt this nice heater deserved the little bit of positive counterbalance that I could give it ;-).

The one star reviews appear to me to be a few defective units, a few people who did not know how to operate the controls, and a few bad experiences (yeah, I would not close the kids bedroom door at night with any heater on unless I was checking in regularly (leave the door open a little when you go to bed).

But I have had about 10 of these in operation for 1 and 4 years, and I don't think one has failed nor have I gotten any complaints since.
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