PELONIS Oil Filled Radiator Heater Luxurious Champagne Portable Space Heater with Programmable Thermostat, 10H Timer, Remote Control, Tip Over&Overheating Functions, Quiet Heater for Home Office
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|Heating Method||Forced Air|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||15.16 x 6.38 x 26.06 inches|
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- Efficient Heating & Multiple Settings: Three heating modes (Hi/Lo/Eco) and five temperature settings (65F-85F) to achieve customized warmth without worrying about huge energy bills. Enjoying user friendly features including the LED display, digital thermostat, 10-hour timer and remote control for distant operation without leaving your cozy bed or couch.
- Quiet Operation: Designed for medium to large rooms, the oil radiator could bring you the maximized and constant warmth without fan noise and other annoying sounds that disturbs you from sleep, work, conversation or meditation. Without fan-forced hot air circulation, this heater could keep your skin from drying out overnight.
- Portability: 4-swivel caster wheels and the sturdy carrying handle (in champagne gold) makes it easy to move your Pelonis space heater from room to room. The cord rewind at the bottom of the heater is designed for easy use and storage.
- Safety Features: Power indicator light lets you know the unit is ON, the built-in over-heat protection and the tip-over safety switch shuts heater off if accidentally knocked over. Application area - 164 square feet
- Manufacturer Warranty: With confidence in the quality and efficiency of our product, Pelonis offers you a 1-year manufacture with your purchase
- Voltage: 110 volts
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Quietest Electric Heater Perfect to Warm You Up At Your Bed Room, Living Room, Study Room, Office!
Quiet Electric Heater
Oil filled radiator does not use a fan to push hot air out through, virtually silent to run. The only noise you are likely to hear is an occasional click of the thermostat. Warm up breezeless, but constant warm.
Luxurious Electric Heater
The oil filled radiator with luxurious and stylish design of champaign gold color, it can be used at any position in your home and make your home look more contracted, atmosphere, warmth. The elegant heater is a home décor at winter season.
Convenient Electric Heater
The 360 degree steering wheel makes it easy to move the oil-filled heater from room to room or take on a road trip. If you pull the strong power cord to move the heater on the smooth ground, it's funny like you are walking the dog.
Powerful Electric Heater
With 3 heating settings (Low, High, ECO) with 5 temperaturer options to achieve customized temperature with maximized efficiency and warmth. Offering you Powerful, Constant, Comfortable Temperature.
The oil filled electric heater use high quality ally pipe which with features:
* Sturdy and Durable
* Multidimensional heating
* High thermal efficiency
Easy to Move
The handle on the Allergen-Free radiant heater which with features :
* Cool Touch
* Easy to hold
* Move the heater easy
The 360 degree steering wheel on the heater which with features:
* Easy to install that no tools needed
* Running Smoothly
Power Cord Storage
The indoor space heater has a hook on side as withdrawing device of power cord:
* Convenient Collection
- Outstanding in its field for more than 30 years and still going strong, Pelonis has been manufacturing some of the best small home appliances that money can buy!
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|Fast heating function||Constant Heating||Constant Heating||3 Seconds Fast Heating||3 Seconds Fast Heating||3 Seconds Fast Heating|
|Maximum energy usage||1500 Watts||1500 Watts||1500 Watts||1500 Watts||1500 Watts|
|Safe, silent and healthy||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Noise level||Super Quiet||Super Quiet||52dB||52dB||52dB|
|Setting of power||3||3||3||4||4|
|Timer||10 Hours||10 Hours||8 Hours||24 Hours||None|
|Tip over switch||Yes||Yes||Yes||Vertical & Horizontal||Yes|
Why choose Pelonis Oil-filled Heater? Oil-filled radiator provide the most efficient and cost effective electrical heating solution for longer term use. They are ideal for medium to large rooms needing constant temperature. Safety Technology of Oil-filled Heater Overheating protection - Being applicable to the elderly people and children It possesses the double automatic temperature limiter, which can automatically power off in case of excessive temperature, so both the elderly people and children can use it directly. Safety tip-over switch built in – Safety providing warmth to you every moment If the machine is fallen, it can automatically power off, to prevent the occurrence of dangers. Flame-resistant material – Comprehensively prevent the fire Flame-resistant material is provided for all plastic parts, which can prevent the high temperature from starting a fire, so it is safer without open flame. Constant-temperature conduction oil – Constantly smooth with no block The conduction oil possesses the temperature equalling to 350℃ (662℉) distillation temperature, with high boiling point, good heat transfer effect, and high fluidity, and the long-term heating can also keep the oil circuit smooth. Product Specification of Pelonis Luxurious Oil-filled Radiator Maximum Energy Usage: 1500 Watts Heating Settings: High, Low, ECO Mode Timer: 10 Hours Fins: 7 pieces (5. 7 x 23. 43 inch) Preheating time: around 10 minutes Applicable area: 164 sq. ft. Dimension: 14. 17 x 11. 02 x 25. 20 inch Gross Weight: 19. 75lb Package including: 1 x oil-filled heater with accessories 1 x User manual 1 x Remote Control (battery included) Warm Prompt The warning on the package box was required by California Proposition 65. This Pelonis oil-filled heater is ETL certificated and all the materials we used are safe.
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WHAT IS THIS HEATER LIKE?
This heater is a little radiant heater. It is26x12x6 inches in size. There is a beautiful champagne gold front framed digital setting/readout. There is also a nice little remote.
This remote is very small. The trick to this is putting it on veclro to stick it up on a wall or place where you won't lose it. It is very small and thin- easy to lose. The batteries come in it and it has a plastic sheet to keep the batteries from draining during shipping. Make sure to remove it before first use. The remote is very handy and works well although you do have to be facing it head on to make it work well.
There are two brackets with wheels on it that you have to put on the bottom of the heater when you get it. You are not supposed to use the heater without them installed. They are completely free to rotate 360 degrees and are easy to move and steer.
The cord and plug are only about five feet or so long (It is plugged in and running or I would measure exactly) so you either need an outlet nearby, or an extension cord built to handle high demand of appliances like this.
The heat quality of this is very nice. It is a gentle heat that does not dry out the air like some others we have had. It goes up to the preset temperature and then it flashes when it gets there. It will continue at that temperature for the amount of time set on the timer.
The timer works very well. We have used this overnight and put it on for six hours to keep it warm but not too warm in the house.
IS THERE ANY FAN IN THIS?
Therre is not a fan driving the air around the room in this.
ARE THEIR FUMES LIKE A VENT FREE?
I am addressing this because if you are very sensitive to vent free heaters like I am, this is a CRITICAL question. No, this unit is completely sealed. There are no odors at all on this and no fumes at all. I am so happy about that.
WHERE TO USE THIS
Our house has very low ceilings and a central spot where we put this to help keep the chill off of the main section of the house. It is designed for one room, so if you have high ceilings or a very large room, I would not recommend using this as a primary heating source, only for a boost on really cold days.
This is fairly accurate. It does warm up a few degrees above target and then cools down until it kicks into the preset you have put it on.
WOULD WE BUY IT AGAIN?
We would definitely buy it again.
The one thing to keep in mind is that this is supposed to be 3 feet from walls or obstacles when running. You can not expect to cram this into a tiny spot with no circulation of air around it. The heat comes out of the sides not the front and bac.
THE BOTTOM LINE
This heater has been a godsend. We love how it takes the chill off the air until our main heater is fixed. This is not designed for large spaces, but in our small home with low ceilings it has taken the chill off of a few small rooms perfectly until our heater is fixed. It is a great backup heater.
FIVE STARS. I love this heater and am very glad we have it. It has helped so much during this frustrating time when our heater has to be fixed.
I purchased 2 heaters as I am away from working on a contract and I don't need to heat the whole place very often, just the 20x20 bedroom and/or 15x12 bathroom.
I will get a little wordy here and try to debunk some of the armchair junk science being thrown about and maybe make it a little fun for some.
In short let noise-level and cycling temp swings decide for you, unless you really just like something about one as another - but don't fool yourself.
There is an initial odor as the paint cures and any coating/film burns off. Wiping it down carefully might possibly reduce this period of odor (off-gassing). Those that say there is no initial odor, simply do not have optimal senses (and how many people have you ever heard say that their senses are dull - none!) - people don't know what they dont know. Think about that for a moment, or.longer. Trust the canaries - they are mostly unbiased and they ARE telling you something. Just because one can't sense something doesn't mean all is just fine and dandy.
The heat output is as expected - not because I say so, but because the laws of physics say so. Those laws rarely change, and rarely from armchairs.
Power is power, or said in one type of unit, wattage is wattage (exluding of any minor defeiciencies). With that in mind, a (100V x 15A) 1500w ceramic heater and a 1500w oil radiator will produce the same heat transfer (one may be more directionally focused or dampened/diffused or quieter than the other). All the oil and fins do is difuse the direction of the heat dispersion/transfer and dampen the relative temp swings when the unit cycles - smooth temp graph over time or a spikey one (other characterizations are generally imaginary). 1500w for an hour, is 1500w for an hour - barring no major losses somewhere (sinewave, squarewave, rms aren't real differences here). Losses here in a heater, themselves would produce HEAT - heaters interesting devices, they can be crude and they are pretty consistent in behavior for a given power consumption. This is in contrast to say an air conditioner where Ineffeciencies (less heat evacuated) produce counter-productive heat (heat = bad). This oil-filled heater unit provides no more or less heat transfer into a given size sealed room then any other heater, based on what we silly.human can realize (some minor inefficiencies, those produce waste heat as well, a loss is a win!). Any fixation other is mostly irrelevant to use mere humans0.
The temperature setting works fine (assuming no defect in your unit). The temp settings here are probably not best stated in F or C - as this misleads some. A better (relative) scale would be 1-10. The marketers over-ruled the engineers, again.
Here is why a temp setting is silly;
To start with, these type of units at best use a cheap DS1820b 20 cent sensor, or perhaps even something less accurate than that, like bimetallic coils in older thermostats - not sure here (I didnt read the details, not important to me). These bimetallic coils even work well enough unless defective (100+ years of experience there). The next level up ty of semiconductor temp sensor costs 5+ dollars. But it doesn't matter how accurate they are, for many other reasons. First, you are a error-prone subjectivel-influenced human (think speaker cables, what a topic that ignores blind testing). If one had a 100 dollar temp sensor it would be of no more benefit (OCD excluded) to us silly humans. Where is one measuring the temp? On the oil tank? Near it? What does "near" mean? 6" away? 10' away? Is the unit in a 10x10 room? 30x30? Is there forced circulation in the room, or into or from other rooms? How about the humidity (5% vs 95%) and its the impact on heat transfer across a given space? So many variables to consider. Having 10 "highly" accurate temp sensors spatially placed in the room, and averaged, still wouldn't mean much in the real world - are you really concerned about keeping the spider in the corner nice and comfy? Out human concerns here are mostly silly, biased and subjective.
There is no concept making everyone happy here, beyond those who understand the science here (formally or informally). If one is the type that thinks there is such a concept of something being exactly 85F, or something being exactly 1 ft long, or that stepping one half the distance to the wall will eventually get one to the wall (head in palm), then they will be dissapointed by any and every type of heater (and only subjective "feelings" will rule). You can have 12 eggs, but you will never have 1lb of eggs (near a pound yes, but not an exact pound). Ask yourself, setting the heater to 80F means what? 80F where? Ponder that. The science majors at the manufacturer cannot accurately answer this, and 99% of the marketing majors surely cannot answer more accurately - but they might in turn make you feel better with their product specs and nicely crafted literature. They did "produce" a lot of product info - being kind there9.
The timer seems to work fine for me but I have not tried every setting. Again time accuracy/precision is relative, and close enough is plenty good enough (99% vs 99.9%). Just like with temperature, one could add a microcontroller to get really close timing (remember, nothing is exactly X days, hrs or milliseconds in duration) but that costly higher precision would mean nothing to us mere humans in the real world - it just perhaps make a few consumers "feel" better.
I am happy with my unit so far as in my case I wanted a quieter more-difused heat with cycling (less temp swings) but I too am being subjective - and probably spending double for little gain. A heater that produces 1500w at 50% duty cycle vs 750w at 100% duty cycle is no different (you just have the spikes that may affect your comfort). You might want the cycling spikes, or not. With respect to overall heat produced by each, if you think there a dramatic differences please feel correct Mr Einstein and many others, and they'll go prepare the universe for some troubled times ahead.
Here I just wanted to counter some of the armchair scientists using subjective pseudo-science in their evaluations. I do find the readings enjoyable. I learn a lot from them.
As I write this, my 1500w 30 dollar oscillating ceramic heater with internal fan is keeping me just as toasty in my 20x20' bedroom, as the doubly-priced 1500w oil heater does, but the ceramic heater produces more noise for that same heat production and transfer. I think this is perhaps the biggest difference that could impact a buyer. Relatively high noise vs relatively low noise. That is probably the decider for many - silence good, white-noise good - finally something you decide.
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this heater is a radiant heater it radiates heat. it does not blow it around, if that's what you're looking for you can just put a fan behind it to blow the heat around. an easy fix saves you the hassle of returning it to get something that does move air
the only con is the remote is trash it works only if you are pointed directly at the front or are within arms reach of it when you can just reach and adjust it manually