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Heat Storm HS-1500-ISA, Sahara Indoor Infrared Space Heater, Remote Control, Built in Thermostat and Overheat Sensor - 750-1500 Watts
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- This portable 1500 watt infrared heater has the power to heat up to 1000 sq. ft (w/supplemental heating) with its 5200 BTU heat output. Coming in at only 10 lbs, this was designed so you could bring it anywhere you need!
- Our patented heat exchanger with HMS Technology combines with humidity in the room to provide soft, safe heat without reducing oxygen or humidity.
- Small convenient size makes this perfect for any room in the house. Energy Efficient mode, reduces wattage from 1500 to 750.
- Built in thermostat with LED display shows you what the ambient temperature is and helps regulate the temperature efficiently. Included remote control allows you to control the temperature with ease
- This heater comes with a 1 year manufacturer warranty
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At only 10 lbs the Sahara Ultra Portable Infrared Quartz Heater was designed so you can take the heat to any room up or downstairs with breaking your back. Its sleek design will match the decor in any home.ETL and NOM certified. Made from ABS plastic, steel plate, quartz tube, copper cord. Includes 6ft cord. Item Specifications: Wattage:1500/750 ; AMPS: 12.5 / 6.25 ; Voltage: 120 .
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All in all we are quite happy with the product. A few observations:
The heater sits on the floor and so obviously its thermostat reads the temperature close to the floor. (typically a lower reading) The thermometer on our baby monitor consistently reads higher than the one on the heater, but that really isn't an issue so long as they are consistent. (we just set the thermostat on the heater a few degrees lower than we want the room)
This heater has a fan to circulate air through itself. This allows the heater to more effectively heat large spaces. (It claims to be capable of heating ~1,000 sq ft, which I can't vouch for) The fan is quiet but it is audible. The heater also makes some clicking noises when it kicks on and off.
The heating element glows red in operation... this heater actually puts out quite a bit of light, particularly when running on high. The light/warmth are pleasant but if you want things pitch black be aware that this heater doubles as a night-light when on. (which means intermittently off and on if it is set to maintain a temperature)
The heater's shell is primarily plastic but it feels solid and durable. It sits on four legs close to the ground and would be very difficult to tip over. There is a handle at the top for easy movement and it is not heavy.
Amazon received my complaint and reimbursed me for my shipping. I LOVE LOVE LOVE amazon.
Anyways, the only thing I don't like is the noise. If it was for my bedroom or office I would have probably given it 3 starts. In this case it's for my babies room. Obviously I'm MORE concerned with items in his room, but the extra ambient noise keeps him sleeping. That alone is worth the extra star. If I could go 4.5 I would. 4 fo the product, 5 for the price.
update: 7 months later still working great. Used to the noise in his baby monitor. It's not bad at all. Another feature I've come to like is that I can see the buttons lit up in the dark.. this helps when I have to turn it off with my toe while carrying the kiddo. Still working great, highly recommended.
One other thing, when power is lost and then restored, this unit comes back on. This has it's pros and cons, but as a primary heat source, it's nice to know that after a power outage, this unit will come back on and provide heat.
It reminds me of the way a car heater works, in that it actually blows heat at a substantial intensity. The only negative is that it doesn't have a rheostat knob like a car's where you can adjust the temp of the air coming out.