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Lasko 751320 Ceramic Tower Heater with Remote Control

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  • Ceramic tower heater with convenient multi-function remote control
  • Widespread oscillation; electronic, programmable thermostat; 7-hour timer
  • Low and high quiet-comfort settings, plus auto thermostat-controlled setting
  • Self-regulating ceramic element; overheat protection for safety. ETL listed
  • Fully assembled. 23" tall
  • Made in China
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  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 8.7 x 23.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Item model number: 751320
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,087 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,929 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Enjoy effective heating in any room of the home with Lasko's #751320 ceramic tower heater. Its elongated ceramic heating element, penetrating air velocity, and widespread oscillation combine to provide warmth throughout the room. The unit's small footprint ensures effective, consistent heating without getting in the way, while its convenient carrying handle makes it simple to transport from room to room yet it offers 1500 wats of heating power.

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Customer Reviews

This is a great room heater.
Magaly Yanez
I like the oscillating feature, timer,and temperature control as well as the remote control.
Richard Winter
It runs pretty quiet, I love the fact that it oscillates and I do like the remote control.
J. Gillette

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

957 of 966 people found the following review helpful By this_moment on December 31, 2007
Reading the other reviews of this product I realized I had to write one of my own to help potential purchases realize they will really be missing out if they bypass this heater. This is the fourth space heater I've purchased in the last two months and finally one I can keep.

My living room has three sets of glass french doors, high ceilings, and lots of windows. It is very hard to heat it, but there is no central heating system, so I have to rely on space heaters. I tried the expensive Vornado (over $100), which didn't make a dent in the cold, the noisy Honeywell oscillator (which not only gave me a headache it was so loud, but also didn't provide quite enough heat, though it heated better than the Vornado), and the WindChaser radiant heater (which left the room freezing cold but made me sweat at the same time, extremely unpleasant). Finally I found this item.

It heats the room to the point where it actually shuts off sometimes, having reached the desired 65 degrees at night or 70 degrees in the day. The fan is as quiet as the Vornado when on high and is even quieter when on low. The quietest heater I've ever found. And as for the cord, while my oil filled heater does have a thicker cord and I do notice that this cord gets warm where that one doesn't, after 96 hours of continuous usage, it is just barely warm. Hardly anything I would worry about starting a fire, though a thicker cord would be a good investment for the manufacturer to make.

Given the natural limitations of space heaters, I think you simply can't do better than this one. If this heater doesn't work for you, then an electric space heater isn't going to do it for you and you should be looking at other heating options entirely.
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183 of 196 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 2, 2007
I bought one of these at Wal-Mart for $28 (their normal price is ~$42). Since it is a 1500 watt ceramic heater, it heats as well as any other ceramic heater that draws that much current, so nothing to comment about on that point. What that means is it will heat up your room, but it will take a while if it is not a small room. To be expected. Since it is not a radiant (quartz) heater, unless you stand very close, you will not feel a lot of warmth until the ambient T goes up and that will happen from the ceiling area on down.

It operates quite quietly (fan and rotation)and is not annoying. The rotation is smooth. The remote is a very nice touch and handier than I thought it would be. The LED display is bright, but located on top, so you can't see it from the front of the unit if you are seated. A design flaw, I think. The three warranty is nice. Cobstruction is pretty much all plastic, so I wonder how well the heat grates will stand up over time when the plasticizers evaporate out of the plastic. Nice styling. There is a handle, but someone stopped thinking too soon and there is nothing for your fingers to grip, so you cannot pick it up sercurely with one hand.

As the other reviewer said, the cord does get warm, but not hot. The insulation is the same thickness as in other space heaters I looked at not really fragile. I don't think there is cause to worry here. It does not appear to be UL listed, however, which may be common among cheap space heaters and is slightly disconcerting. Probably a cost control measure.

Overall a nice unit with no serious flaws and adequate heating.
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This is a rewrite of an old review. I initially gave it four stars and went on a bit over that I felt the cord should be heavier and would likely be the thing that ends up putting this thing out on the sidewalk. Well, I've owned and used this heater for five years now and can absolutely confirm no problems.

Further, we rent the entire floor of a townhouse in Queens, New York City and this heater has been great particularly for changes of season when the landlord typically doesn't turn on the heat. It makes a big difference in our comfort when our home would normally be cold and uncomfortable without it.

It heats a rather large space very well and you don't have to be sitting right in front of it get toasty warm as the fan is strong enough to blow hot air quite a distance. It is also not too noisy--no motor noise from the fan or buzzing from the heat element, just the sound of air moving.

It can oscillate, but we never bother using that feature. Just put it in a corner or a doorway and turn it on.

I don't know what the difference is between ceramic heat versus that of a steam radiator or kerosene, but I can say from experience that the heat from this unit is very comfortable--not too intense with one focused hot spot and the rest just warm, and you don't have to be practically sitting on it either.

Bottom Line: Five years on, I've certainly gotten far more than my money's worth out of this excellent little heater.
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By nCubed on January 14, 2011
I've had this Lasko heater for a few years now. This past month it started shutting off after a few minutes. I was just about to purchase a replacement when I decided to see if there was anything I could do to fix the problem.

When I looked at the back of the heater, the vents were completely clogged! 10 minutes of cleaning later and the Lasko runs good as new again!

I actually took the heater apart and cleaned the vents from the inside out with a thorough washing in the sink. Two of the eight screws are triangle head to keep you from taking the unit apart, but if you use a small enough Philips head, you can easily unscrew them.

After taking apart the heater, I understand why the heater kept shutting off. The temperature probe to monitor over-heating sits just in front of the vents. When the vents are clogged, the inside rapidly heats up because there is no air flow.

3 or 4 years later and the Lasko keeps on heating!
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