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Com-Pak Bath 1,300-Watt 240-Volt In-Wall Fan-Forced Heater with Timer in White

$158.97 /each
  • Rapid heat up takes the chill out of your bathroom
  • Easily configures for you 120 or 240 volt power supply
  • Built-in 60-minute timer and thermostat

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The Com-Pak Bath 10 in. x 12-5/8 in. 1,300-Watt In-Wall Fan-Forced Bathroom Heater comes complete with a low-profile grille, wall can, built-in thermostat and a quiet 60-minute timer. This electric bathroom wall heater features a rust-resistant powder-coated finish for durability and sharp edge elimination.

  • 1,300-Watt fan-forced heater at 240-Volt creates heat to warm a bathroom
  • Built-in thermostat
  • Quiet 60-minute timer overrides thermostat for instant warmth
  • Primary and secondary thermal safeguards
  • Durable steel-finned tube and plate heating element with a rust-resistant finish
  • Powder-coated paint finish helps eliminate sharp edges and promotes durability
  • Includes a low-profile white grille and wall can
  • UL listed

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does it have a thermostat disabled (no heat) position

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Cadet Com-Pak Bath 10 in. x 12-5/8 in. 1,300-Watt 240-Volt In-Wall Fan-Forced Heater with Timer White - does it have the improved thermostat disabled (no heat) position like the 1000-watt version?
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Yes, both the Com-Pak Bath 1300 Watt (mulit-watt) and 1000 Watt (multi-vote) heaters have the thermostat with a range of 45 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit and a disabled (no heat) position. When the room reaches your comfort level, turn the thermostat knob counterclockwise until the heater turns off. The heater will automatically cycle around this preset temperature. If thermostat knob is turned fully Read More
Yes, both the Com-Pak Bath 1300 Watt (mulit-watt) and 1000 Watt (multi-vote) heaters have the thermostat with a range of 45 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit and a disabled (no heat) position. When the room reaches your comfort level, turn the thermostat knob counterclockwise until the heater turns off. The heater will automatically cycle around this preset temperature. If thermostat knob is turned fully counterclockwise, it will be in the disabled (no heat) position. Read Less
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product! Product works as intended. Easy to connect and mount. Works great! We have a toasty bathroom every morning to shower in. Quick shipping with accurate delivery date estimate. March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Powerful and Quiet!!! We purchased the Cadet Com-Pak wall heater for an addition we built on our house for my 98 year old mother. Being that mom is hard of hearing, it gives us great comfort knowing she will not have to 'remember' to turn if off... the timer does it for her. The unit does a wonderful job of delivering a soft warmth to her 14" long bath. Oft times this winter mom has turned it on merely to 'cozy things up'! BTW.... our electrician said it was a breeze to install. I think anyone would be pleased with this wall heater. March 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product Purchased this heater for a little extra heat in bath room on cold winter nites in Wisconsin. Not only do me and my wife enjoy it but our cat would like to lay in front of it all the time if he could only figure out how to turn it on. Easy to install. Thanks Neil March 27, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor Air Circulation, Weak Fan Motor I purchased this heater online because they are not stocked in stores to view much less test. The builder had it installed by the electrician but the air circulation is so poor due to the extremely weak fan motor that unless you hold your hand within 8" of the heater, you don't even feel the heat. I doubt this unit will come close to doing the job we expected it to do even in our mild winters in South Carolina. It might be OK in a half-bath or small walk-in closet, but do not expect it to heat anything larger than that. A hair dryer puts out more heat and air volume than this unit. March 17, 2013
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