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Lasko 751320 Ceramic Tower Heater with Remote Control
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- Self-regulating ceramic element
- Automatic overheat protection
- Maximum heat power: 1.50 kW
- Ceramic tower heater with convenient multi-function remote control
- Widespread oscillation; electronic, programmable thermostat; 7-hour timer
- Low and high comfort settings, plus auto thermostat-controlled setting
- Self-regulating ceramic element; overheat protection for safety. ETL listed
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- Fully Assembled
- 3-Year Limited Warranty
- E.T.L. listed
- 8.5″L x 7.25″W x 23″H
Ceramic Tower Heater with Remote Control
- Multi-Function Remote Control
- Elongated Ceramic Element and Penetrating Air Velocity push Warmth throughout the Room
- Electronic, Touch-Control Operation
- Programmable Thermostat
- 7-Hour Timer
- Widespread Oscillation
- Built-In Safety Features
- 1500 Watts of Comforting Warmth
- 2 Quiet Settings
- High Heat
- Low Heat
- PLUS Auto (Thermostat Controlled)
- Carry Handle for Room-to-Room Mobility
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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.
Top customer reviews
You will not be disappointed! I've owned it for over a year and it has seen a lot of use.
Quality- The heater is 4 years old and it still works. I'd say it's a good heater. I bought an older house where the heat is everywhere in the house except the bedrooms. The heater is used at night when we sleep every night during the cold season. It hasn't broken or malfunctioned to date. Works like new.
Performance- The heater's not made for large spaces. It heats a insulated bedroom nicely so it turns off and gives itself breathers when the temperate reaches the set limit. I'm going to say the bedrooms we have are around 300-350 sq. ft. and lightly insulated. For anything larger, I'd look for a different heater. There's lots of options so don't settle on one you "like" that just might work. Instead, do your research and find a heater that is the correct heater for your situation.
**Fact-People burn houses down in unimaginable numbers yearly because they buy these cool little heaters that aren't big enough for the area they are going to heat and so they run, and run, and run... if you have older electric wiring it's more likely to cause this than newer but it'll heat up until the house sets fire. So I stress for safety sake, get the appropriate source of heat and also get the appropriate size.
I didn't get a discount or anything with this review. It makes me laugh because when I read reviews I immediately assume someone is being sneaky and lying but in all seriousness. Good product if it's what you need.
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.
I bought this as a space heater for our two car garage, which doubles an an office for myself and which my two dogs join me in for most of the day. I live in the Central Valley in Cali and it gets down to about 30 degrees F here at night and our coldest days are about 45 degrees F. I just wanted something to heat up the few square feet in which my desk is and my dog's beds are, but this sucker warms the whole garage. Don't get me wrong, it's still pretty chilly on the opposite side end the garage, but when you initially walk out of the house into the garage you can't really tell the difference in temperature. In fact, it's been warmer out here than in the house a few times! I know a lot of reviews state not to plug it into an extension chord outlet, but it was the only choice we had given that our only wall-plug in the garage is behind our refrigerator out here. We've been using it cautiously for about a week now and we've had no problems. We will continue to only keep it plugged in while home and keep an eye on it while it's in use, but other than that this thing more than met my expectations and needs.