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Hampton Bay Legion 1,000 sq. ft. Panoramic Infrared Electric Stove
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Hampton Bay

Legion 1,000 sq. ft. Panoramic Infrared Electric Stove

  • Recommended for areas up to 1000 sq. ft.
  • Matte black finish gives your space a stylish look
  • Operable glass doors lend old-world charm to your interior
$79.00 /each

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The Hampton Bay Legion Panoramic Infrared Electric Stove is ideal for homes, condominiums, lofts, apartments, and seasonal rooms. The patented panoramic design provides a unique three-sided view of the flame and ember bed through the operable glass doors. This unit has a thermostatic fan-forced air heater that provides 5115 BTUs to heat a room up to 1000 sq. ft. Simply assemble the legs onto the base and plug it in for instant heat or use it without the heater for year-round visual allure.

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can it just plug into a standard outlet?

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October 18, 2015
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Yes. 15 amp circuit will work but don't plug in much else on it. You don't need a 30 amp circuit as suggested above. That's overkill.
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Yes, three pin plug, Make sure that it's connected 30Amp breaker. otherwise, breaker shutsoff
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November 11, 2014
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Yes, (3 prong)
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November 8, 2014
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yes
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Yes.
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October 25, 2014
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yes
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October 22, 2014
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Yes, it plugs into a standard outlet.
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October 21, 2014
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Yes, a grounded 120 outlet. It has a reasonable length cord - maybe 6'.
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October 14, 2014
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you will need the 3 prong with ground. or an adapter
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October 14, 2014
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Yes it plugs in to a standard house outlet.
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October 12, 2014
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Yes, standard 3-prong.
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October 12, 2014
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Yes it plugs into a standard 110 v outlet.
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Does it have a remote to control it?

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November 20, 2014
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http://www.homedepot.com/p/Westek-Outdoor-Wireless-Remote-Receiver-Kit-RFK306LC/202562992
I plan to make mine remote control with one of these!
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No, it does not. The thermostat dial and switches (blower and flame) are located behind the right side door..... you can't see them with the doors closed.
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November 8, 2014
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NO
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No
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No.
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No
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October 22, 2014
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No, there is no remote... controls are inside the glass doors, lower right hand side.
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Fort Gordon, Georgia
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October 22, 2014
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No, there's no remote. The thermostat and on/off switch controls are found inside tempered glass doors, lower right hand corner. Please note that radiant heat blows from the bottom of this parlour stove, and is fan directed towards the front so the top, back and sides stay relatively cool.
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October 21, 2014
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NO
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Sorry it does not
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October 18, 2014
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There is no remote control capability.
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Can you set this stove on a carpeted rug

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Yes by all means.
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Mine is on carpeting...the heat is off the ground and blows out to the room. The floor does not get hot.
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Yes, the blower is below the doors and off the ground, however, It does need to have clearance around the unit.
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Would not suggest putting any device that produces heat on carpet or rug.
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October 26, 2014
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Yes, you can set this Any surface. The heating element is bottom of the stove and legs have more than 3 inch clearance.
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Yes, we have ours on top of carpeting. The heat is fan forced from a small box-like vent on the bottom of the stove, which is above the legs and centered on the base of the cabinet. Hot air blows up and forward.
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Yes you can put this stove/heater on carpet. The heated air comes out from the top of the unit. It is radiant type heat, from heated air going over coils. Very safe way to heat.
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October 9, 2014
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Yes, it can be placed on carpeting or a rug. The heating element is on the bottom of the unit with clearance from the floor provided by the legs.
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Yes the heat comes out the front and is several inches away from the floor surface.
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Does the stove operate quietly when heating or when using flame only?

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I think it is quiet..... keep in mind that it is blowing the heat so you can hear it...... but, it's loud at all. The flame setting (without the blower) doesn't make any sound.
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when the heater is on, a very slight sound. No sound when using only the flames.
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Yes
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Yes, Well I just had to ask my wife about this Question, I have hearing problems, but she said yes.
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Yes, it is quiet! When using "flame only" feature, it is silent.
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The stove is silent when operating "flame only".
The fan makes normal noise when the heat is on.
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October 14, 2014
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more quiet compared to some when the heat turns on I think. without the heat and just using the flame it is very quiet.
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It is very quiet when heating, a quiet motor blows the heat through the unit. The flame is just an LED light. It isn't tacky at all and looks great and isn't noisy.
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When it is flame only there is very little noise because of the lack of fan noise. When it is heating the fan is hear-able but not at all annoying.
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October 5, 2014
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When the heat is on, a fan blows from underneath the unit. It can be heard, but it is not loud. The flame effect itself creates no sound.
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Legion 1,000 sq. ft. Panoramic Infrared Electric Stove is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 334.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little fireplace! This little fireplace works great. Ours had a few cosmetic blemishes but nothing major. Assembly was a breeze. We put this in a small spare bedroom and it will have no problems with heating it. My only complaint is it's all plastic, but that reflects the price. The lighting looks really good. Doubles as a cat bed which is a plus!
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I researched many portable stoves online and kept coming back to this one, based on size, style, ... I researched many portable stoves online and kept coming back to this one, based on size, style, reviews, and price. Today I went to my local HD and looked at it "in person" and also had the very nice sales associate plug it in for me so I could see the flames. It came home with me and I quickly attached the legs and set it up. I love it! It fits my empty fireplace opening perfectly, gives off a very charming glow, and heats well. It is very quiet and any noise from the heater just serves as a low "white noise", very easy to nap to. I recommend this highly!
Date published: 2016-10-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the second one of these we've ordered. We purchased one last winter for our living room a... This is the second one of these we've ordered. We purchased one last winter for our living room and got another for the children's bedroom this year. It works well as a cozy piece of decor, a great focal point for grey winter days, and as a heater. We've been able to turn the central thermostat down and just heat the rooms we're using. Our living room is fairly open but it still heats it pretty well, and the kids' room is toasty within a minute or two of switching it on. One of the small details I really like about it is that the switch 'on' is manual rather than electronic, so you can use a remote controlled outlet or a switch-controlled outlet to turn it on. We use a timer-controlled outlet to turn it on five minutes before getting up so the kids wake up to a warm room. Fireplaces with digital, push-button switches can't be controlled in this way, which was part of why I wanted to get this specific model again.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm only going on about 48 hours of use but here's what I think about this small but mighty elect... I'm only going on about 48 hours of use but here's what I think about this small but mighty electric fireplace. I did a lot of research to see what would work best for my house. I was surprised that most electric fireplaces only heat up to 400 square feet, which is smaller than my family room. So after reading a lot of reviews and seeing this bad boy on sale, I went for it. It's very small, but most of these fireplaces are. It's made of mostly plastic, which is actually hard to tell and really doesn't bother me in the least. The flames are pretty realistic looking and you can set stuff on top of it. As for how it heats? I couldn't be MORE pleased! My kitchen, dining and family room are all open and kind of "one". So that's about 700 square feet to heat up. We've closed all the doors to the bedrooms and this tiny fireplace really heats up our space.I had to turn it off a couple of times because I felt the room was getting too warm. It brought the temp in the room from 63 to 70 with an outdoor temp of 48. I did not have our central heater on or anything. This was over the course of the day, with me turning it off twice and later turning it back on. I did turn it on this morning to take the chill out of the air and I thought the fan was a bit clunky and loud but it soon quieted and evened out. I'm not sure if I just noticed it more because it was so quiet and no one was awake yet. But overall, I'm very impressed with this. And if my calculations are correct, if I run this 10 hours a day (which I won't) it should only increase my electric bill by about $42 a month. Whereas, if I run my central heater for 5 hours a day, it will increase my electric bill by $240 a month. So we'll see when my next bill comes. But my kids love it and think it's adorable. And I definitely feel I got my money's worth.
Date published: 2016-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Changed my mind about space heaters. I’ve always shied away from them for one reason or another b... Changed my mind about space heaters. I’ve always shied away from them for one reason or another but with the gas prices going up (and having old gas wall heaters in each room) I decided to give one a shot. I wanted to see which was the lesser of two evils, the gas bill from having to use the heat at night or the electric bill. For my old place this cute little heater has made a world of difference. I haven’t had to turn on the wall units in months and my electric bill is minimally higher, barely notice it (unlike when I run the air conditioners!) maybe a few dollars’ increase in 2 months of almost steady use. I worried about the size as well since I have a very large living room (which was the trial room for my experiment) with several extremely drafty large windows. All fears were unfounded. The heater is amazing. • Easy to put the legs on • Solid and sturdy piece • Only the infrared section gets hot the rest of the heater stays completely cool (front, back, inside glass, above, below, etc. and all items around the heater *unless in the path of the infrared blower (which is raised from the floor) stay cool as well (so nothing potentially catching fire). • Attractive design, with the front and additional side views • Realistic flames • Easy to manage toggle switches for ambiance lighting and heating • Powerhouse for the size – that little heater can heat up my entire living room and kitchen (which is not open spaced) within an hour. For example, yesterday it was 58 in the house when I got home from work (early evening) and I turned on the heater the second I walked in the door. An hour later the temp in the room was 72 and it was starting to warm the next room which is not open spaced. • Only one draw-back I can find with this heater and that is no automatic regulation of room temperature. You have to continually adjust the knob to raise or lower the heat (once you get it set to a level you like though, it’s just a matter of turning it on via the toggle switch) so it can take a few days to get things just right. • I love that the lighting is a simple fix when a bulb goes out – I haven’t had it happen yet but, the easy access and bulb type make it a no brainer.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heater Very quiet. Throws off excellent heat. Good value for the dollar and it looks good too. Easy to assemble
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Unfortunately this stove does not even put enough heat to keep my room warm. This may work for a ... Unfortunately this stove does not even put enough heat to keep my room warm. This may work for a newer well insulated home but I have an old drafty house. With the conditions of my home I knew I would not receive the full 1,000 sq ft it is rated for but I thought I would at least be able to get it to warm 300 sq ft. Even standing next to it while its heating it just doesn't feel like it has a lot of heat coming from it
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Much smaller than it appear in pic. Check the measurement. Could not heat up the area it claim. H... Much smaller than it appear in pic. Check the measurement. Could not heat up the area it claim. Had it in a 120 sqr. ft. room with a 9 ft. ceiling for 45 minutes and it only raised the tem 1 degree F. Returned it to the store immediately.
Date published: 2017-01-03
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