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Warmwave 1,500-Watt Electric Fan Portable Heater
0877697003146

Warmwave

1,500-Watt Electric Fan Portable Heater

  • Fast heat circulation for small areas, yet cool to the touch
  • Easy to use analog controls with adjustable thermostat
  • Overheat auto-shutoff protection for added safety
$12.97 /each

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The Warmwave 1,500-Watt Portable Electric Fan Heater features an adjustable manual thermostat. This portable fan heater is ideal for heating small areas. The heater's compact design is ideal for use around the home or workplace. It has an automatic shutoff and overheat protection for peace of mind. It has 2 heat settings and a fan-only mode.

  • 1,500-Watt portable fan heater ideal for small areas
  • Heats up to 150 sq. ft.
  • Easy-to-use rotary controls for 2 heat settings and a fan-only mode
  • Adjustable manual thermostat
  • Overheat protection and automatic shutoff for peace of mind
  • Made of plastic material
  • Compact design ideal for use around the home or workplace
  • CSA listed
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What is the Temperature range of the thermostat on this heater?

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November 5, 2015
What is the temperature range? I want this to protect pipes in a small house. Would like to set temperature @ 45-50 degrees and place the heater/s near water pipes in bathroom and kitchen.
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May 14, 2016
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From cold as a witches ti77y to hot as h3ll
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February 11, 2016
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Low, and High. No temperature ratings given. It is basically a heating cold with two settings that change the heat and fan speed at the same time. I assume 45-50° is celsius? If so I think this gets to that temperature easily as if you hold your hands in front of it on full you will end up pulling them away in < 40 seconds. I think it would suffice for keeping your pipes from freezing or possibly thawing Read More
Low, and High. No temperature ratings given. It is basically a heating cold with two settings that change the heat and fan speed at the same time. I assume 45-50° is celsius? If so I think this gets to that temperature easily as if you hold your hands in front of it on full you will end up pulling them away in < 40 seconds. I think it would suffice for keeping your pipes from freezing or possibly thawing it out in less than an hour. Read Less
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January 9, 2016
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The thermostat dial doesn't have any specific scale markings, so you have to use a bit of guesserology. With mine, I've found that turned all the way down, it keeps the temperature somewhere in the 40's and all the way up just went too hot for comfort, so I turned it back down to about a quarter which feels just right. Who knows how consistent the thermostats are between units though.
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The thermostat dial doesn't have any specific scale markings, so you have to use a bit of guesserology. With mine, I've found that turned all the way down, it keeps the temperature somewhere in the 40's and all the way up just went too hot for comfort, so I turned it back down to about a quarter which feels just right. Who knows how consistent the thermostats are between units though.
I reckon you'd be golden for the purposes you're talking. Read Less
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December 17, 2015
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At the lowest setting I believe it comes on around 40 degrees or so. I currently have one in my 32' RV to keep it from freezing and I remember it kicking on between 40-45F with the temperature knob all the way down. I do not know the high range. I also have 3 of these heaters running off of the LUX WIN100 outlet thermostats for cold offices in my building and they work great!
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December 15, 2015
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It really doesn't have any actual settings. The heat setting is a slide range from a low to 1500 watt. Has just a fan setting, low, and high. Not too much difference between the low and high fan
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How do I keep the heater on longer ? It keeps shutting off

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June 28, 2016
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The first knob has to be turned all the way up, or else it will keep shutting off. It also shuts off when it gets too hot.
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May 23, 2016
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It is junk. No warranty. Toss it.
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My heater won't blow hot air out but it still comes on

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June 11, 2016
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Mine failed after a few months. It's not a good product. You can use it as a paper weight or toss it out.
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May 14, 2016
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You may have it on the fan only setting or the heating element has failed.
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How many watts does the low setting use?

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About 750w
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Couldn't tell you for sure, but it appears to have 2 heater element coils in the back, and I would assume they are 750W each and that only one is used on the low setting, while both are used on the high setting. Obviously, with the thermostat in it, the average wattage would be far lower since it spends most of its time waiting and only a small time actually running.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 234 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome Product! I just bought it last October 14 and it works very well! I have a small room that it can manage to warm even without the centralized heater in the house. I will try its durability and effectively in coming winter. Overall it's smell first the plastic but if you follow the product manual, it's working according to my expectations! Thumbs up for this! October 17, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by It's ok... I ordered this heater for work as it gets really chilly in office buildings in the summer. I keep it under my desk. You have to have it really close to you in order to feel the warmth. I propped it on top of the box it came in. To me it's only good for really small areas/rooms. It's very small and convenient not taking up much space, and if you had to move it around. It's also very quiet and discreet which works in my case being in a work setting. Overall it was a good purchase. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best heater fan ever I had my heater/fan for over a year, when my boss allowed us to buy some for the office I knew which ones would be a great fit. This product is an excellent buy and Home Depot should carry a larger quantity for this item. October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Big Surprise! Amazingly warm for such a small heater. Makes a room cozy in no time. October 18, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by satisfied Not exactly what I expected it would do. So much for that. October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great purchase and affordable This is a great portable heater to have in the office. September 26, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by For the price it's fine On LOW, it heats my 8X9 bathroom well (although the directions state that it shouldn't be used in bathrooms????). However, LOW setting is really high in terms of wattage used and cost to run. FORGET the thermostat, it's useless. If the unit shuts off, you'll freeze before it turns itself on again. I have to manually turn the temperature on and off. It would have been better designed to include a handle with which to move the unit and a 3-wattage setting instead of two--and charge a few dollars more for the heater. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worth the money I purchased the heater to use at my desk in my office as it's always freezing! The heater is perfect and very quiet! July 12, 2016
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