Duraflame Dartmouth Portable Heater, 10HM4128-W504
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- Comes fully-assembled and ready to heat
- Built from solid hardwoods and real wood veneers
- Uses 6 infrared-Quartz heating elements heat exchanger: copper alloy uses standard 120v, 3 prong ground outlet heat output: 5,200 btu rated power: 1,500-Watts, 12.5 amps infrared heating elements lifetime is over 20k hours
- Traditional design features: -corners subtly rounded and blended at front face and sides -shadow line top and base
- Concealed furniture quality casters roll in any direction
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Edit: A month later I have found this heater to out perform the Edenpure by far. The solid quality construction and has a quiet fan. A great heater as said below. And my cost was 105 total shipped on a BF sale and I can say for 1/3 the cost saving over Edenpure. A+++++ All the way! But don't think your going to lower your heating bill unless you using propane fuel. Ours went up a good $50 a month and we have a Heatpump furnace in a 2000sq ft home? Just turn it up to 73~74.. and save your money. Unless you want to heat an area. Were happy to have this heater to offset the 5degree cold spot on the other side of our home. A more cost effective upgrade like insulating your home makes more sense then a space heater. But ohhhh does it feel good to sit on this thing.. LOL Its like everyone wants to sit on it.. :) Try sitting on an Edenpure thin metal CruNch!.. haha
My living room isn't all that big and it won't even heat it up. All it does is keeps it at the same temperature, or a degree above, what it was when I turned it on and that's after leaving it on for several hours.
Unlike older models, I haven't had any problems with the plug/cord getting hot, so that is an advantage I suppose. I fully intend to sell the two I have and not go back to these pieces of junk. You're better off buying a couple of the $20 or $30 fan-forced heaters that they sell at Walmart!