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Lasko 6435 Designer Series Ceramic Oscillating Heater with Remote Control

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  • 1500 watts of comfort. Fully asembled.
  • Widespread oscillation; adjustable thermostat; 7-hour timer with auto shut-off
  • Low/high quiet comfort settings, plus auto thermostat-controlled setting
  • Self-regulating ceramic element and automatic overheat protection for safety. ETL listed
  • 8.25" x 8.25" x 16.05" tall
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 13 x 31.5 inches ; 7.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000N22JX6
  • Item model number: 6435
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (766 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,049 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Lasko's 6435 Designer Series Oscillating Ceramic Heater with milti-function Remote Control blends beautifully with surrounding décor. With its Decorative Metal Scrollwork Base this unit will fit perfect in almost any room. It offers full room heat coverage and electronic Touch-Control Operation.


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Customer Reviews

Looks very nice, decorative.
mouser36
This little heater really works well heating small spaces and it is very attractive.
Elaine Wathen
It has a remote control and I love the oscillating feature.
PEARLS

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

467 of 491 people found the following review helpful By P. Skow on January 23, 2010
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only 3 stars, because of this design flaw issue:
I like it, and it's not blowing my circuit breaker when it's in the HIGH setting, in the room I need it in, so I'm not going to return it.
Others may not be so lucky due to an inexplicable design decision:
I really HATE that when you turn it to LOW setting, you CANNOT USE THE THERMOSTAT!!!
As soon as you select a thermostat "temperature", it automatically switches from LOW to HIGH power, and could then trip a typically overloaded circuit breaker.
If you MUST use the low setting because of your homes wiring, your only choice to keep it from running continuously, is to use the TIMER feature.(minimum 1 hour)

I've had many heaters, and NONE with a thermostat behaves this way in low setting!!
(Including the same brand cheaper LASKO 754200 ceramic heater that I also bought.) Inexplicable.

I've got some areas of the house that I'll blow the circuit breaker if I use the HIGH setting.
- (14AWG wiring, with 15A breakers, and some are pretty heavily loaded already. The kind of "cheap" barely acceptable wiring many new houses have in them.)
I won't buy an electic heater unless it has both a high(1500 watts) and low(usually ~750W, but this one says 900W) setting, plus a thermostat to keep it from running constantly.
If you are buying this heater and MUST use it in the LOW setting in some areas, then you'll want to buy something else.

On the PLUS side, the designers got a lot right:
1. (my Wife likes it) looks good in a living room (smaller than I had pictured, - that's a good thing).

2. AIRFLOW: Very quiet. It has a vertical "Squirrel cage" type blower. One fan speed.
(No "Blower only" mode.
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177 of 183 people found the following review helpful By vladiful on January 30, 2011
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So I live in a small (I mean small - less than 400 sq ft-YIKES!) cottage. I can not swing my cat. It's ALL electric and my PG&E bill is bananas WITHOUT using the heat. So I suffered in the cold until my sister told me she had a lasko floor heater. I wasn't impressed when I saw it (not this one) but I honestly didn't care because I was tired of freezing to death with layers of clothes on. It's murder trying to get going in the morning (skipping showers cause it's too cold :(-C'mon!!). I saw this Lasko and was super excited. It LOOKED interesting, better than my sisters, well on the internet picture anyway. If you have ever lived in a small place you have to know ANYTHING you add to the decor, grows 5 times it's original size. I didn't want a contraption in the middle of my place. Well I'm here to tell you I in fact received it and was instantly satisfied with it's appearance. It's rather elegant - as elegant as you can get being a heater and made of plastic. The base is metal and the tower is "i wanna look like stone" and does a fairly good job of it...unless your sitting on top of it and analyzing it. So for appearance - for what it is made of and the look it is trying to pull off: 5 stars. Good job Lasko. Now, as far as heating, it's freaking NOT freezing in here anymore I am happy to say. This thing is really great. I love to be warm so I put it on 75 degrees and I am cozy as a bug in about 5 minutes- (room ~ 200 sqft) You have many choices. For temp: 60,65.70,75,80,85 then max. There's a timer for it to go off after 1-7 hours. It can oscillate though I don't use this. One persons review stated it made his e-bill go up - I don't know but I don't need to find out. My latest PG&E bill is unremarkable (super excited!!Read more ›
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135 of 145 people found the following review helpful By F. Strother on February 22, 2008
I am very VERY pleased with this purchase! Big thanks to the woman who actually suggested this product in a review I was reading about another I was going to purchase. A little unit that seriously kicks out the heat. I use it for an open area den-there is a draft from main home entry on cold nights. I sit it between door and lounging area. No more cold air is felt across the floor and even warms up the den area. Had thought the remote was an unnecessary perk -- not anymore! Extremely pleased with this unit.
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71 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Courtney S. Putnam on December 22, 2011
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This review can also apply to the 6410 model which, according to Lasko Products, only differs in color.

Who would have thought you could have made a functional, inexpensive, thermostatically-controlled, heater, attractive? Well Lasko must have, because they've done it. I purchased this heater for my mother who lives in our finished basement (I don't want anyone thinking I have my mom living in an "unfinished" basement, under the stairs, or anything like that). The oscillating feature is nicely integrated in the design as it pivots along the top band of the metal support structure. It has a bright, red, LED that shines through the bottom of the heating grill so you can easily see that the unit is on. It puts out a good amount of heat and is every bit as effective as the DeLonghi units I own in other parts of my house. So, overall, I'm happy with it. Let me lay out the Pros and Cons for you.

Pros:
- Attractive crackle surface along the skin of the unit.
- Heavy base provides sturdy support to keep the unit from tipping.
- Nice size makes it easily unobtrusive.
- Very quiet.
- Ready to use right out of the box.

Cons:
- Remote is a bit difficult use. It has icons only which are rubber-lifted and all black. They are a bit difficult to see unless you tilt the remote in the light to get contrast from the raised surface.
- Thermostat is restricted to five-degree increments. My other DeLonghi units allow full-degree adjustment.
- No tip-turn-off feature if you tend to get a bit rowdy in your heated room.

We have only had the unit for about a week. As time goes by, I will provide any additional information that I feel is relevant to this review. I certainly recommend this product.
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