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Watching tv last night and saw this #4579883
11/20/17 09:36 AM
11/20/17 09:36 AM
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rollinpete Offline OP
rollinpete  Offline OP
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Unless I"m missing something here, there's noway this works...A light bulb, or my toaster probably put's out more heat...Anybody here ever try one of these?

[url=https://www.handyheater.com/?utm_source=Google_TM&utm_medium=CPC&utm_campaign=CPD1&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIp72rj7PN1wIVhEZeCh2VUQjzEAAY][/url]


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Re: Watching tv last night and saw this [Re: rollinpete] #4579887
11/20/17 09:42 AM
11/20/17 09:42 AM
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Says it is 350w, so it's like 6 60w light bulbs.

A hair dryer certainly puts out 3-4x as much heat. A toaster 2-4x as much...


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Re: Watching tv last night and saw this [Re: rollinpete] #4579898
11/20/17 09:52 AM
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A small cheap electric heater without the cord. Looks like it takes up both outlets while only using one. All electric heaters are %100 efficient. No advantage to this one. 350watts is to small for most heating tasks. I would pass on this.

Re: Watching tv last night and saw this [Re: rollinpete] #4579915
11/20/17 10:07 AM
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It might do to warm a cold corner in an office, or under a desk where no air circulates ...


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Re: Watching tv last night and saw this [Re: BrocLuno] #4579992
11/20/17 11:19 AM
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It might "heat" a 16x16 room as they suggest....but, only if the room is fully enclosed, carpeted, doors all shut, and walls well insulated....and dependent on outside temps. If it's 55 degF outside...no problem. 15 deg? Not so easy.

I use a 1500 watt heater at times in my 25x12 ft garage which has 3 walls to the outside world. It will bring temps up to 60-65 deg when outside temps are in the 20's.


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Re: Watching tv last night and saw this [Re: 69GTX] #4580106
11/20/17 01:41 PM
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hemitom Offline
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pretty much useless.
i have a similar heater thats 1500 watts it will do a small room, and it it takes awhile to do it, can't see 350 watts as being anything but a waste of money and energy.


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Re: Watching tv last night and saw this [Re: rollinpete] #4580119
11/20/17 01:51 PM
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I use a small heater like that to heat the water softener area when it goes below 34F. It's semi enclosed with the water heater pipes too. But it's a small area that is usually above freezing and the heater is only for severe cold and wind. I have never know it to come on.


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