Winter is in full affect here in Southern Ohio. Snow, ice and sleet have made their mark already.
My home has older windows and it can get rather drafty at times in the house. My bedroom is in the back of the house and the furthest away from the furnace. It gets very chilly in there on cold winter nights. A space heater helps provide me with low-cost, energy efficient heat.
I received a Honeywell Energy Smart 360 Surround Heater and instantly set it up in my bedroom. The heater is a nice size and comes with a digital control panel. I set it to a nice 70 degrees and walk out for a bit. Later on, when I returned to my room, you could feel the heat throughout the room. I was very pleased.
Some of the features on the Honeywell Energy Smart heater include:
- Digital control panel with 2 heat settings
- EnergySmart Thermostat Mode which helps save up to 35% in energy bills.
- 360 degree SafetTIP device – an all-around tip-over switch that disables the heater if it is tipped in any direction.
- The option to have either 360 degree surround heating or 180 degree front only directional heating.
- 1-8 hour timer
I love that it has a timer that I can set on it to save even more on energy costs. The super-cool safety feature of disabling if it is tipped in any direction, makes me feel even more confident about using it in my room at night.
Overall, I am very pleased with the Honeywell Energy Smart 360 Surround Heater. I would recommend this for any household that needs some safe, efficient heating.
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