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on March 12, 2013
Heater works well in a small or medium room. Heater is very safe and I don't mind the kids playing around same.
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on March 24, 2013
The heater came when I wanted it to and was shipped safely. The heater works well for what we need it for.
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on February 12, 2013
This appeared to be a product that would perform as advertised.

Well, it can't keep a 14 by 24 room warm.

And it consumption of electricity is toooo high!
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on April 22, 2012
We had a few issues with one of the heaters we bought but the company worked promptly with us and the issues were resolved. Overall we had a good experience with them.
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on February 20, 2013
I just (unfortunately) bought this heater on ebay. Luckily I didn't pay a lot for it. The heater has trouble keeping the set temperature and there is NO factory warranty that comes with it. It's pretty bad when the manufacturer won't even put a warranty on their product. If you buy anything on ebay, check it out at AMAZON first to see how its rated. It might help you save some money.
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on January 28, 2013
realize that all electric heaters put out a max of a little more than 5000 btu's per their 1500 watt rating. so do not be fooled into spending more on features to get nothing. it is good to have a thermostat for auto temperature control but beyond that money is wasted on remote controls and the like. up to 50 dollars for a fan forced or oil filled heater with thermostat is the sensible way to go.
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on January 19, 2013
i bought this piece of crap hoping to lower my heating bills it was supposed to work for pennies a day but instead my bill went up 60 bucks DONT BELIEVE THESE LIARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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