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Honeywell Oil Filled Heater

Reviewing: Honeywell Oil Filled Heater  |  Rating:
karen By karen on
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I have an older model of the Honeywell Oil-Filled Heater that is pictured in my review. I have gotten years of good service out of this heater. It is oil-filled and sealed, so that I never have to worry about adding oil to it. The heater looks like a radiator and is very durable and sturdy. It sits on casters, so that you can easily roll it from room to room. In fact, we have three of these heaters in my household, because other family members like to have their own to use.

The heater has an on/off switch. It has a control panel that is operated by touching the different settings. This great little heater does a superb job of heating a large room. It has a timer, a temperature control which can be adjusted from low to medium to high, and a power adjustment which will take you from economy mode to 900 watts or 1500 watts.

I'm sure the newer models that are out now are even more efficient than the model I own, and I love my little heater. It does a great job of taking the chill out of a room and keeping it comfortable.

One warning, though. This heater does get hot to the touch, which is something you must keep in mind if you are going to be using it in a room where there are small children or pets. I have three dachshund pups, and so far they have had enough sense to keep away from the heater when it is on. Of course, someone is always in the room when the heater is working. It is never left unattended.