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


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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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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September 26, 2016
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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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 312 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Warms room well Bought for my sons room. Take about 10 minutes to heat up, but it keeps it warm all night. October 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I love this product! This oil filled heater works great I have it on low and a low setting and it gets the job done. I have been using these kind of heater for about 10 years now and love them. December 10, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by perfect for small spaces requires some assembly no tools needed. it was perfect for a 10 by 20 the setting to the lowest and the thermostat about a quarter and heat up the room to 72 degrees Fahrenheit January 24, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works well. I found that it uses a great deal of electricity at any level..low, med., high. A little disappointed about that. January 29, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Back to the store! Plugged this in over 5 hours ago and turned all settings to max as instructed. You have to stand right next to the heater to feel the heat. Metal is quite warm, so we know it's heating up. Still giving off a strong oil smell. The box says it's recommended for a large room, but did not give dimensions of what a large room was. We have it in a 14 x 16 with 9 foot ceilings that opens up to a kitchen/dining so it may be too much for the little guy. Trying it in a small bathroom, but oil smell is so strong I don't know if we can take it. Gave a rating of fair just because it was so cheap and we may have expected too much. Back to the store tomorrow! November 12, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It called radiator for a reason. Our house is a split entry and so the downstairs in on a concrete slab which would create a very cold space. Not so much since using one of these. I have use this type of heater for many years and absolutely love them. In the past we kept one in the downstairs which was seldom used in the winter. However it easily keeps the chill off and this makes it much easier and more efficient to heat the upstairs living area. More recently we keep a second one out in the motor home. At it's lowest setting it not only keeps the dampness out when not in use it easily keeps it warm at night. And it's a much more even heat and cheaper than using up all that propane. January 3, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I like it We bought a fixer upper out in the country. We don't have central heat/ac. Last year we spent a lot of money on Kerosene and wood so this year I bought a pelonis for every single room in our home. It will keep a pretty big room warm and we only use it as needed. Keep in mind that if you forsee it getting colder you should turn the unit on because it takes a while to warm up the room as opposed to central heat. So far they work wonderfully. We did insulate our house well and it's gotten to 32 degrees so far and no problem. I have yet to see what my electric bill will be but I'm very sure it won't be nearly as much (money or trouble) as using kerosene and wood. November 12, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by For my open space in my house this is the best heater that I have tried. All others did not heat enough The heating expert that assisted me with my purchase was outstanding. I have been battling a cold lower level in my house since I moved into the house in 2009. I have talked to many professionals who have told me different things to do but this professional gave the correct advice. Thanks to him and his guidance, which also included having another contractor come in to perform an evaluation again of the heating problem, I now have a lower floor above 62 degrees all the time. I do not remember his name but he stated he was an industrial engineer as well as heating expert. What a great asset he is to Home Depot. February 4, 2014
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