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Model L186

Internet #202765260

Heater Shoplight with Fan

$107.99 /each

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Not everyone can afford to have a heated garage or workshop. With this shop light/heater/fan you can have a comfortable well lit place to work on your projects. This fixture uses the latest in ceramic heating technology, while providing a fan giving you warming and cooling options. This fixture comes fully assembled and ready to install. The four way lighting system lets you use the fixture as light, just heater with fan, fan only; or heater, fan and light at the same time. Mount above your work bench or area to create a high end comfortable work environment in warm or cool climates.

  • Universal porcelain socket - can operate up to 65-Watt CFL bulbs or 100-Watt incandescent bulbs (bulbs not included)
  • Includes 1500-Watt ceramic heater and fan
  • Heater and fan can be operated independently from the lights
  • 5 ft. power cord
  • 2 pull chain power switches to control lights and heater/fan separately
  • Black textured finish
  • Fully assembled, easy to install
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what type of bulb does this require?

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Description says incandescent bulb...what type/wattage?
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The shoplight requires an incandescent 100 W bulb.
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Is the power 110 or 220

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Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Great Idea, Bad Execution. The lights work fine and the light output is good. The fan works well, but the heating element, the main reason for the purchase, is not worth a dollar! The fan used to blow the 'heat' negates any heat output because it is blowing cold air, essentially making it colder than just the garage itself. On a better note, the return process at the store was very easy, simple, and fast! January 12, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by works well and good quality when the lights arrived I was missing one of the hard ware packets and within 24 hrs the manufacture had a new set in my hands to finish the installation I did not know that this type of customer service was still available. thanks February 5, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Good idea, bad product design- low heater temp!!! Bought this heater/light online because I wanted the idea of what it said it did. If I saw it in the store and was able to turn it on and see it work I never would have ordered it. It uses two standard lamp socket type bulbs which was not bad, and the fan does blow air. Keeping cool might be ok but the heater part was awful. When you pulled the cord to turn on the heater you can hear the relay buzzing from kicking in and some slightly warmer air did start to come out but it never got hot. The temp from about 6 inches away was ok, never hot. If you hang it the way a light should be, it is at least a foot away from your head. I was trying it out in a 20 degree garage and all it seemed to do was push slightly warmer air past you. Not even close to being useful. I pulled off the cover over the heater and tried it again, the heat from about 3 inches away was hot, but after the metal cover that guides the air and distance from the person, the air is just too cold. This item might be worth $40 because it's a light and fan, but not worth the $95 price tag for the added heater option. A 1500W tabletop heater from Home Depot for $20 works better and you can get closer to it for more heat. Save your money and find a better option. January 31, 2012
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