|Product Type: Fan||Rust Resistant: Yes|
|Fire Resistant: Yes||Non Toxic: Yes|
|Amperage: 3.6 Amps||BTU Output: 13652 BTUs|
|Voltage: 220 Volts (V)||Wattage: 1000 Watts (W)|
|Installation Type: Compact||Timer Included: No|
|Remote Included: No||Power Source: Electric|
|Air Filter Included: No||Air Purifying: No|
|Thermostat Included: Yes||Automatic Shutoff: Yes|
|Indoor Use: Yes||Country of Manufacture: China|
Heats my entire small home very well
Donna from Rockport, TX– Verified Buyer
My 750 sq ft cottage is on the southern Gulf Coast and is open concept with each room opening into the main living area and never had central air or heat. Winters here are mild but occasionally we do get down to freezing. Used this unit yesterday and interior temp went from 45F to 70F in about 1 1/2 hours and has maintained a steady temp throughout the night, which got down to 35F. It's 40F outside now and I'm barefoot and comfortable. It plugs right into my 240V outlet for my window unit air conditioner. I am quite happy with it. It is small and easy to move so I can easily store it in a closet when it is not being used. It has a few small rattles but they don't bother me. (I had purchased a really lovely Dynamic Infrared Heater that claimed to heat up to 1000 sq ft. but when I used it the first time, after 4 hours, the temp outside had warmed up more than the inside.)
heater much better than anything else
jeffdan from lake ozark misoouri
i ahve tried other heaters when my furnace went out. i tried 2 eden pure heaters and they didn't heat house very well. so i installed 240v baseboard heaters throughout home. one 6 footer in each bedroom and one 8 foot 2000 watt in the living room. they worked great everywhere ntil the temps get down to 20 and 30's. at those and colder temps my living room heater struggles to keep up. so i though i would try this tpi heater. since it's twice the wattage. guess what? it works a just like a furnace. it's 15 outside right now. the tpi runs a few minutes to warm up area then when the therostat sees temp where it needs it shuts down. usually for about 10 to 15 minutes. so, this thing doessn't have to run much. i have a 800 sq foot area to heat and this thing doesn't struggle at all. i also notice, the baseboard heaters in the three bedroms that i have , don't seem to run as much. so, i would defintely recommend. i purchased 1 from Wayfair.[...]. then purchased a second for my shop. great product.oh, buy the way, unit that you will receive is actually an updated model with a better look
Big heat in a small package!
Donna from Wolcott, CT– Verified Buyer
This TPI Electric Space Heater provides great heat. My husband uses it in the basement instead of turning on the furnace zone. It quickly heats up the room and maintains the temperature and has a thermostat and different fan speeds. It appears to be a safe, quality item, just as described in the ad. I would recommend this as a room heater or even as a backup for emergencies.
good, but dated style and functionality
Tom from Boston, MA
Overall this heater does a good job of accomplishing the basic task of heating and is still likely to be the best of the models I looked at.Pros: solidly built; puts out lots of heat. Cons: the style is a bit dated looking, though better than the photos would suggest (the paint is not so drab looking); the fan on mine was a bit noisy like it had a rattle, but still quiet enough for a residential setting (perhaps better QA is needed[...]).I was disappointed that a heater in this price range (over $200 MSRP) doesn't come with a digital thermostat and a variable fan speed and power output controller. The provided thermostat is just a knob with min/max markings, where you set it to max, wait for the desired temperature to be reached, then you slowly turn the knob down until it shuts off. It'll then maintain that temperature.I think the fan operates at the same speed in both high and low positions, but the power output varies. (The manual doesn't specify.) A more modern design would not only vary the fan speed automatically, but also vary the power output, so that the temperature can be maintained while using the least power and making the least noise.Lastly, this product does require a 240 V outlet, which most people won't have. Consider that you'll get almost as much heat (10,240 BTU vs. 13,650 BTU) from a pair of 1500 W 120V heaters, though you'll need two separate circuits (breakers) to run them, which you might have in a kitchen or if you distribute them across a couple of rooms.
Great Heater...works on 230-240 volts
Tanvir from WEST BABYLON, NY– Verified Buyer
This heater really saved me lots of pain during winter. It worked great and warmed up two small size rooms very fast! I would highly recommend this to anyone. Note: this does not operate on 110 Volts. Review specifications before buying it. I used my A/C outlet to use this heater.
It was exactly what you said it would do.
Shirley from San Antonio, TX– Verified Buyer
This heater is excellent. You sell great products! There was not assembly and very easy to operate. Have not found anything that I'm unhappy about as of yet.
very good heater
fordguy from flat rock mich
the heater is very nice and push s out the heat. the only down fall to this heater is the knob for the thermostat i got 2 of the heaters and both knob's are very hard to turn. and the thermostats are not very good i run these's in my garage 2 of them its 24x24 it heats very well i can get my garage in the 90's the thermostats are very hard to get the temp's steady i keep the heater's on half of what the heater can do. just cant seem to get the thermostat's to work very well other then the thermostat they do have very good heat low noise also very nice heater's i do live in michigan and we have had some very cold night's 9f to 10f at night 2 of the heater's on med temp will put the garage in the 86f to 90f on med so they do heat thermostat's will let them run to long and if you turn the knob a-little then it's to cold very touchy thermostat's very good heat!!!!!
Louis from Bethlehem, PA– Verified Buyer
Great value for the price. Does a great job of heating our enclosed porch.
great little heater
minivanman007 from raleigh nc– Verified Buyer
i got a 220v outlet in living room,i use it in sommer for window ac.I looked everywhere for a 220v heater and this one is about the only one i could find.this heaters handle would rattle, i fixed the noise problem by placing apiece of foam tape on the handle and that took care of that problem. the thing i love the most about this heater is that no matter how long u run it on high,it stays cool enough to touch it anywhere.the air coming out isnt super hot,but there is a high volume of air that it moves through it. great little heater
maverick from silver creek GA– Verified Buyer
i havent had the chance to really test it out yet will have to wait for winter,but when i have ran it ,it puts out good heat, looks well built for the price,the only draw back so far is that when it is running it makes a high pitch noise almost like feedback from a speaker i guess something is out of balance making a vib, its hard to find 240 volt heaters over all i would say this is a good one