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Pelonis 1500-Watt Digital Fan Forced Electric Portable Heater
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Pelonis

1500-Watt Digital Fan Forced Electric Portable Heater

$29.97 /each

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This Pelonis 1500-Watt Digital Fan Forced Heater has many useful features to make it a functional and portable heat source. You can choose between 900-watt, 1500-watt and fan-only settings to suit different spaces. Its LED display shows the current room temperature and allows you to control the adjustable thermostat. It is lightweight so you can easily move it between rooms.

  • 1,500-watt heater at 120 volts creates heat to warm your room
  • 100 sq. ft. heating area capacity is ideal for a small room
  • 900-watt, 1,500-watt and fan-only settings give you 3 options to control the temperature of your space
  • Built-in, adjustable thermostat to maintain your desired temperature
  • Digital LED display shows the current room temperature and lets you control the adjustable thermostat
  • Oscillation function provides great room coverage
  • Overheat protection for your family's safety
  • Plastic construction offers durability and a light weight
  • Black finish blends in with many decors
  • Compact size makes it easy to move the heater wherever you need a quick warm-up
  • UL listed
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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how do i set the thermostat

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March 18, 2016
i want to set a temp on my heater
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September 15, 2016
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Plug in, press the center button to turn unit on, then press up or down temp button to adjust temp in the display. Bear in mind the temp in the display does not reflect the actual room temp obtained, start with a temp set of 82 in a 400sq ft room increase or decrease to comfort level. 82 should get a room temp of 78, use the oscillating feature for best heat distribution.
Unplugging the unit will
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Plug in, press the center button to turn unit on, then press up or down temp button to adjust temp in the display. Bear in mind the temp in the display does not reflect the actual room temp obtained, start with a temp set of 82 in a 400sq ft room increase or decrease to comfort level. 82 should get a room temp of 78, use the oscillating feature for best heat distribution.
Unplugging the unit will require repeating the temp set procedure.
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March 26, 2016
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The center button is for fan speed HI and lo and for fan to cool heater off before shut down. The button to the right is temp up the one to the left is for temp down. The button to the far right is for fan oscillation and the one to the far left is for the timer on or off. Tom
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March 19, 2016
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The center button switches between different modes and you adjust it with the button located on the left.
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On off button?

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January 10, 2016
Does this have an on off button? the only way I can get it to turn off completely is by unplugging it. Thanks.
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April 27, 2016
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It's not a traditinal on/off power button, however, there is a big center button that switches between High/Low/Fan. If you push it 4 times, it goes into a 15 second countdown and then turns off completely (push it once for high, twice for low, three times for fan and then the fourth push goes into the 15 second countdown for shutdown).
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January 26, 2016
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No, this heater has an auto shutoff.
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It says this covers 2000 square-foot is this true

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No - 1500 watts can only heat so much. A room or two, if they're connected, YES, but an entire level of a good sized house - NO.
It does a nice job in my bedroom, 300 sqft with 2x6 and well insulated, and IF your 1500' were built similarly, it MAY make a difference, but instead I'd turn up the furnace a tad.
Frankie - did you have success with one unit?
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January 23, 2016
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Yes, this heater can cover up to 2,000 sq. ft.
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I want to buy this unit again for my mom. When can you have this one?

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October 3, 2015
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I JUST BOUGHT THIS TODAY IT'S NO discontinued
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October 13, 2015
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Jhing. Unfortunately, this portable heater has been discontinued and is no longer in stock or available to be purchased. The item will remain on the website for customer reference, and the description will be updated with “Discontinued”. We may have an alternate item that would suit your needs. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Jhing. Unfortunately, this portable heater has been discontinued and is no longer in stock or available to be purchased. The item will remain on the website for customer reference, and the description will be updated with “Discontinued”. We may have an alternate item that would suit your needs. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

1500-Watt Digital Fan Forced Electric Portable Heater is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 83.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am an island girl, and true to my nature am always cold, especially @ work. Bought this beauty ... I am an island girl, and true to my nature am always cold, especially @ work. Bought this beauty over a year ago, and was a purchase I haven't regretted! It not only is small, and stylist.. IT SPINS!!! In addition to that, it has my office feeling like warm like a sauna sometimes (nice and warm!), so warm that I often have co-workers stop by to warm themselves up! Needless to say I will be gifting one this year & absolutely recommend this product! PS: If it isnt working right, maybe that means you should take a moment to read the instructions.. & dont think this is going to work miracles and heat up your entire home.. IJS!
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Thermostat works on low setting When on high, the thermostat climbs quickly to the temperature setting. I believe the heating element is heating the thermostat itself, regardless of the air temp in the room. This causes the unit to prematurely shut off before achieving the desired room temp. However, when set on low, the unit works fine and the thermostat provides an accurate representation of air temp. Overall, the product is faulty.
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Either this heater is overly complicated or just does not work correctly. It won't stay on, despi... Either this heater is overly complicated or just does not work correctly. It won't stay on, despite the room being very cold. I would not wish this product on anyone.
Date published: 2016-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this room heater, you can set the room temp and it will auto shut off when that it reaches... I love this room heater, you can set the room temp and it will auto shut off when that it reaches that set temp. It warms a 400 sq. ft area quite well, and you need not worry about leaving it on when you leave for an errand because of the auto shut off feature. I've bought expensive Patton fan heaters in the past but they just don't cut it. I was weary about buying this heater due to its affordable pricing...........figuring "cheap price" means "low quality" but not this heater.........I was so happy with the 1st one I bought 3 more for various rooms in our home. Note: If you have Tall Ceilings this heater is not as efficient and you'd probably be dissapointed.
Date published: 2017-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a great heater - have the same one, but 4 year older version, great I bought the previous version of this exact model, roughly 4 years ago (not exactly sure). The model I have had for years worked great, so I got the newer model of the unit and it works great. The one flaw with the previous version is that when you plug it in, it defaults to Celsius vs. farenheint. This has been solved in the new version. Also, the top of the unit would get warm when plugged in but not being used, not so with this new unit. Great job Pelonis.....will probably buy another at some point in the near future. They don't fill a huge room with high temps, but they take the chill off of a mid sized room.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good little heater! I purchased and subsequently returned, a ceramic heater, a tower heater, a cabinet type heater for over $100 and then purchased this little heater. All the other heaters had a cool-down cycle that blew cold air into the room for 30 seconds to a minute and were much noisier, not heating that well. This heater runs quiet, has a very brief cool-down cycle it oscillates back and forth for heat circulation. You do have to set the temp after unplugging but if left plugged in merely pressing the on button and oscillating button runs it. Set the heater temp to 82 degrees and get a room temp. around 78 or so no problem. not accurate but consistent. I will be buying a second unit this winter to replace my Patton bathroom heater with an erratic thermostat control. A lot of bang for the buck!
Date published: 2016-09-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No safety switch The fan bearing in our old heater finally burned out, so we went to HD for a replacement. This was the only similar item available. It has lots of digital features, so I was pleased with my purchase. However, when I unpacked it I was dismayed to discover that it has no "tip over" switch or any other safety device. I will be returning it.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I am returning this portable heater. It never warmed up the room. I even sat in a chair next to t... I am returning this portable heater. It never warmed up the room. I even sat in a chair next to the heater, and I never warmed up. I played around with the temperature setting to see if I could get it to reach a warmer temperature. I set it to 85 degrees. The room never seemed to warm up, and the unit's display never seemed to go above 80 degrees, which meant that it stopped warming at 80. I had a separate room thermometer that I moved around the room and the reading never went above 71 degrees so I don't know why the unit read 80. I even placed it within a few feet of the heater. I live near Phoenix AZ so it's not freezing cold here, but it has gotten down to about 40 degrees at night and early morning, which is cold for us. I do not want to have to turn on my central heat yet. This might be a great heater for under a desk, but I think you could spend less money and get something that does a better job. I'll be returning it and looking at maybe something with a ceramic heater instead.
Date published: 2016-12-04
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