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1,500-Watt Electric Oil-Filled Radiant Portable Heater

  • Easy to use thermostat
  • Auto shut-off safety feature
  • Casters for easy mobility
$39.97 /each

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The Pelonis 1,500-Watt Portable Electric Oil-Filled Radiant Heater has 3-heat settings for different comfort options. The heater features a built-in overheat protection device and an automatic cut-off for safe home use. It has a built-in carry handle and all-direction casters for mobility.

  • Electric, oil-filled heater with 600-Watt, 900-Watt and 1,500-Watt settings for different comfort options
  • Heats up to 150 sq. ft.
  • Rotary thermostat switch for easy control
  • Built-in overheat protection device and an automatic cut-off for safe home use
  • Steel construction
  • Built-in carry handle and all-direction casters for mobility
  • ETL listed
  • Note: product may vary by store
  • Quiet operation for bedroom
  • Safety over heat protection for auto shut-off
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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I'm trying to lower my electric expenses for heating various rooms in my home. If I purchased 4 Pelonis 1,500 watt heate

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There is a heating element in the unit. Heating and cooling units do take more current than a light bulb,small motors,and so forth.
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How far away from the wall does the heater have to be?

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Does the exterior get hot?
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A safe distance would be at least 1 foot
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Does this product run out of oil? And if it does, can I refill it or do I need to dispose of the heater?

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A friend gave me this heater when I ran out of heating oil last year and said this heater would warm up the place until I could get my oil refilled. I don't have the manual for it and I would like to know if it would be safe to use again this year.
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No, they do not run out.
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1,500-Watt Electric Oil-Filled Radiant Portable Heater is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 375.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Someone made a comment that you cannot heat your whole house with this heater, which is wrong for... Someone made a comment that you cannot heat your whole house with this heater, which is wrong for my boiler that supplies heat and hot water to my house, broke down and needs replacement. I rush out to get some form of heating. I wind up purchasing five of these heaters for my two-story four-bedroom home and one other heater I already had, to keep my laundry area pipes from freezing on extreme temperatures. I have one in each bedroom and for the kitchen and a small hallway that leads to two bedrooms. I placed the other. Which are half in the kitchen and half in the hallway. The temperatures been extremely cold here in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Some days are no higher than low 30s and in the teens overnight. The temperature in the house is between 68 and 70° in no way, I recommend doing this on a permanent basis. In my case, it was an emergency and still is. The one thing that is a little difficult to deal with is no hot water. I have the heating setting on number two and the temperature control a little past the middle position. Hope this helps you to decide whether this is a right heater for your purpose. Today is December 29, 2016 of this post.
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Had the heater in a shed for several years, in the winter it did amazing, keeping it at 65 when i... Had the heater in a shed for several years, in the winter it did amazing, keeping it at 65 when it was 35 outside, with minimal insulation. Then we moved, started to use it to keep a bedroom warm using setting 2 (3 is just too warm unless it's *really* cold for indoor use- I used it in the laundry room to get clothes dry very quickly). The switch between off, 1,2, and 3 has started to fail. The #2 setting doesn't "click" to that spot like it did yesterday. Guessing that this is their fail point. Going to buy another one. Having a heater with zero fire risk is worth the size of these heaters.
Date published: 2016-12-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I purchased this to assist in the heating of my "small" bi-level home. Each level - internal mea... I purchased this to assist in the heating of my "small" bi-level home. Each level - internal measurement, is 805 square feet with a full volume of 13,300 cubic feet. My main heater of 45 years crashed. With the help of only two ceramic heaters down stairs and one upstairs, Not enough circuits for more) in less than 30* cold that's variable It is keeping the house at between 65* and 70* with so little trouble that I have been able to touch it at times with my bare hand when it is at rest. I am IMPRESSED!
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This product works just as advertised. It is a no-frills basic heater which is all you really nee... This product works just as advertised. It is a no-frills basic heater which is all you really need. It keeps small rooms nice and toasty-warm. It keeps our bedroom (at 272 sq ft) warm enough to be comfortable as well. I prefer to sleep in a cool room (high 60's) and get my warmth from blankets and body heat between my wife and myself, so consider that when making a decision. Assembly took less than five minutes. The only thing that this heater lacks is protection to keep small hands from getting burned when touching it, but it does not get so hot that it would blister from a quick touch but it would be very uncomfortable. If it had some sort of touch protection I would have given it five stars.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best heater I've ever owned. Uses little energy. I have one in my living room, bedroom and kitc... Best heater I've ever owned. Uses little energy. I have one in my living room, bedroom and kitchen. They throw enough heat to where I don't have to turn on the heat. I have a 1500 sq ft home and these heaters do the trick just fine and cheaper per month than turning on the furnace.
Date published: 2016-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pleased with the heater. I bought it a couple of days ago, to use while out in the garage, ... Very pleased with the heater. I bought it a couple of days ago, to use while out in the garage, and it works very well. In addition to wattage, Home Depot rates their heaters based on size of room. This heater has the same wattage as smaller heaters, but is specified as "Large" room. For $40, it was totally worth it.
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heater I bought this to heat a 13 by 15 dog house because of the doggie door that is open and shut, open and shut throughout the day. On low setting with medium output, it keeps it warm throughout the day and night.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So easy, plug in and turn on. We bought two of these. They keep our cabin warm and make no nois... So easy, plug in and turn on. We bought two of these. They keep our cabin warm and make no noise. Also no nausea causing natural or propane gas fumes.
Date published: 2017-01-04
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