NEW LifeSmart LS1500-4 1500 Watt Infrared Quartz Heater
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- 4 commercial grade quartz heating elements (EdenPure heaters only have 3 elements)
- Fills room with even heat wall to wall and floor to ceiling
- Lifetime washable filter
- 20,000 hour lifespan
- Remote control
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This LifeSmart heater is designed to evenly heat your home without reducing humidity or oxygen (does not dry out the air), maintaining a healthy and comfortable living environment all while saving you up to 50% on your heating bill! This infrared heater does not require any parts to be replaced or costly service repairs like many other heaters do. Even more important is the fact that this infrared heater is safe for you and your family. Lifesmart heater does not get hot and will not burn your skin or pets.
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I wanted to know why the Lifesmart unit wasn't as strong as what was listed on Amazon so I opened the item up myself. As you can see from the video above this unit is a complete joke. It actually runs of a PTC heating element so the specifications are completely made up so that us customers are fooled. The price was reduced from $369.99 to $122.99, now we no why. Even the MODEL NUMBER listed below the product features is LS-HPTC15PB. It has PTC written in Model#, this should be a red flag.
Lifesmart is cheating and saying they use 4-quartz heating element when in fact they use 0. I demand I get a refund and get the correct unit next time. I hope that Amazon removes this item offline and investigates this on there own. If you have purchased this in the past I encourage you to stand up and demand refund for false advertisement. Don't let big companies get away with this!
1) It does use the same amount of energy as my other space heaters but delivers more BTU's (more heat).
2) Heats my two car garage with 10 foot ceilings adequately to stop liquids from freezing even when 5 degrees F outside.
3) good design and easy to use
4) not too loud, just a low hum
5) half the cost of other similar heaters that put a lot of money into their wood cabinet and slightly quieter fan
6) very safe to touch around my 20 month old and safe in that it doesn't decrease oxygen like a propane heater does
1) a ventless propane heater would cost about 1/3 as much to heat my garage
2) it's not as pretty to look at as my $200 one with a wood cabinet
3) it is a tiny bit noisier than my $200 unit
4) my garage is 24' x 22' with 10' ceiling and not insulated very well and the single heater can only keep the gagage at 50 degrees F when is 5 degrees F outside so I had to buy two heaters for those few times when I need the garage real warm
CONCLUSION: If money is not an object, buy a $200 one with wood cabinet and good reviews. If money matters, buy this one. It has great technology and they put the money in where it matters most.
We're also using a 15 amp extension cord made for this type of appliance. not a standard household extension cord. will address the "dedicated circuit" issue soon. as for fuel savings-yet to be revealed. if the energy use claims are true, my electric bill should increase by between $35-$50 and I won't require 2 fill-ups at 200 gallons each for my oil heat. elcectric usage would be comparable to the cost of running the central air in the height of summer. (we subcribe to "budget billing"). will keep you informed.
...later in the morning evaluated the accuracy of the thermostat/temperature readout: the unit was set reach 70 degrees, digital wall thermometer read 70.5. the unit continued to heat. when the temp. control on the heater was put down to 67 it cooled down and shut off. so, can't say it doesn't work. there's just a 3 degree difference between it and another thermometer. knowing this, common sense says figure out what warmth you want and don't worry about the numbers.
The only time I've ever had a problem was when my dog was sniffing around behind it & his tail was sucked in & the fur was burnt a little. We positioned it differently after that & haven't had any issues since.