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NEW LifeSmart LS-4P1500-HOM 1500W LED Infrared Quartz Heater Portable 1500 sq.ft

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  • Infrared technology effectively uses less energy to produce even heat from floor to ceiling up to 1500 square feet.
  • Built in fan circulates air through the heater and into the area being heated
  • Efficiently heats up to 1500 sq. ft
  • Soft, natural, comfortable heat
  • Maximum Output: 1500 Watts -5100 BTU
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Product Description

This LifeSmart quartz infrared heater is designed to heat your home without reducing humidity or oxygen to help maintain a healthy and comfortable living environment, all while saving money on your heating bill. There are no parts to replace or costly service repairs, and it's safe for you and your family. For your convenience this LifeSmart quartz infrared heater comes with a wireless remote control that will allow you to adjust the room temperature from the comfort of your seat. This LifeSmart heater is equipped with a lifetime washable filter and life expectancy of copper coated quartz tubes are rated at 25,000 hours. \n\n

Product Information

Product Dimensions 18.8 x 19.1 x 15 inches
Item Weight 21.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 21.9 pounds
Manufacturer LifeSmart
ASIN B007R5S1ZM
Item model number Model # LS1002THD13
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4.1 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,230,978 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
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We received this heater as a gift last Christmas. It performed like a dream, until March. After that, it stopped heating air- but continued to blow it. Customer service is nonexistent. You call and leave a message and then wait for a tech to call you back. It took several messages and a couple weeks to speak to said tech. He deduced that a replacement heating element would fix the problem. It was delivered quickly, and I replaced it as directed. Problem not solved. I put in a couple more calls to customer service, and never got a call back. I forgot all about it through the spring and summer, last month I decided to put in another call to customer service- to ask for a replacement. The warranty is up next month. I'm still waiting for the "tech" to return my call.
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By Picky on December 5, 2012
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This is my second IR heater. I bought it for the room where our television is to cut down on electric bills during cold winter evenings. I chose it for the price and also for the black color that matched with our black television and black surround sound components. The look actually fits in the room quite well, or atleast as well as any space heater can. What I didn't expect was the amount of noise that the fan makes. Perhaps it wouldn't be as noticeable in a room where you were not trying to listen to something else. The first heater I bought (different brand name) was much quieter but also much more expensive and has a wooden case. Just something to think about before buying the heater.....is the lower price worth putting up with more fan noise?
As far as shipping something of this size and weight, it came in excellent double-boxed packaging, arrived in perfect condition to my front porch, and arrived much sooner than expected.
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I first purchased the LifeSmart at a local Big Lots outlet until I returned it for an online purchase that was $40 cheaper. For some reason I've found the former to be of better quality as the new unit tends to be a bit louder.

It's important that I inform the reader that my house was built by Alliance Homes, similar to an Eichler '50s design whereby I have a flat roof, multiple ceiling to floor single paned windows and an older style of radiant floor heating (embedded in the foundation and prone to break as it ages). Needless to say, my home certainly feels the seasonal elements and heating thru my radiant is a comforting yet costly experience. I've been using the unit for several months.

Hence, I decided to supplement my open area (LR/DR combo) of aproximately 1000+ sq/ft. w/ the LifeSmart heater. Set up is a cinch, just plug it in and turn it on w/ one push of the button. Immediately, you can feel the heat evenly dispurse from the unit thru its forced air fan. Noise level is greater, though not pronounced, than other heating unit consideration (like oil-based or radiant space heaters). Yet, I would not recommend the unit for bedroom use as it may disturb some sound-sensitive sleepers. The portable (yes, w/ wheels) unit is not cumbersome to look at size-wise. Although the product description denotes 4 copper coated quartz tubes, I can only visually see 2.

I've kept my unit on its "Eco" mode (67 degrees) for roughly 5 hrs per day, 5 days a week. W/ that said, my monthly electric bill doubled in price from $60 to $120. However, I cannot determine if this unit is the sole culprit of the price increase as I do use an oil-based space heater (on low) in my bedroom and a small radiant space heater (on low) in my office.
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By brothergriz on January 18, 2013
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This unit has taken over the heating duties for my loft. It runs quietly and heats more efficiently than the forced air furnace. As for "savings", not sure on that yet however I can say it is not costing more and would just be a bonus along with quiet and efficient. So far I'm very pleased with this unit from Lifesmart.
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I've had this for four months now and it works great. I use it to help heat my living room. My furnace keeps the living room at around 60 and this set at 68 on high has no problem keeping the temp at 72. I love that it doesn't get hot to the touch so I can leave it on when I'm not home for my dog's comfort.

The only problem I've had with it is it has wheels but really dislikes being moved. It has a sensor in it that shuts it off if you bump it or try to move it while it's running which isn't the problem, the problem comes in that it seems like if I move this heater while it's running and it shuts off on me, when I turn it back on the thermostat won't work so it will just run forever until I unplug it for a few seconds so it can reset itself, then it will work properly again. Idk, I guess don't move it. The room I heat is something like 10 by 40 and it has no problem adding 12 degrees to the room even when it's been 25 below in my drafty house.

Cost wise it's been good. I tried an oil radiator and it ran about $120 a month on full blast just trying to add ten degrees to the same room. This is running about $30-$50 a month running 7 days a week 24 hours a day on 67 degrees during the day and 65 at night or when I'm not home. It has a fan but it's not loud enough to even have to turn up the tv even one notch. I've never used the remote because it didn't come with batteries.

These heat the room better if they are pointed at objects like furniture because the infrared rays have to hit something to cause the room to heat up. If you put this in a good sized empty room it wouldn't heat very well. With the small emount of heat that comes directly out of this you wouldn't think it would heat well but boy does it!
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