Bionaire Office Heater with Worry Free Motion Sensor

Bionaire Office Heater with Worry Free Motion Sensor Bionaire Ceramic Heaters

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Bionaire Office Heater with Worry Free Motion Sensor Bionaire Ceramic Heaters

The innovative team behind Bionaire premium home comfort products introduces the Worry Free Motion Sensor Office Heater. This is the first heater that was developed specifically for office use. It features motion sensing technology that will automatically shut off the unit when you are not around, targeted heat output, a handy cord wrap to keep the cord out of way, and its sleek design allows for the unit to be used on the desktop or on the floor of your office.

Bionaire Office Heater with Worry Free Motion Sensor

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Top Features

  • Motion sensor auto-off
  • 2 heat settings - 800 Watt Max
  • Cord Wrap for Easy Storage
  • Built in Safety Features: Overheat, Manual user reset, Cool touch exterior, Auto shut-off
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

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Space or room heating units are a handy and inexpensive solution to help in keeping you cozy once the weather conditions go down . Through heating the room or space that will be necessary as opposed to all of your dwelling , they can aid in keeping down your power costs.

There are actually three main types of space or room heaters that people choose . They are the ceramic , oil filled and infared types and each contains their unique advantages and drawbacks.

Ceramic space heaters operate by applying voltage to ceramic components that make heat which is then transferred to aluminium components that heat up . A fan then directs the warmed up air at the place the individual wants it.

Infrared heating units make use of long wave infrared radiation to provide you heat.

Oil filled heaters continue to require electrical power to operate but apply oil as a heat reservoir and moves heat using convection to the outside surface area of the unit . They are generally economical to operate but bear in mind due to the fact the outside parts get heated they should be be used with caution to avoid any fires or burns.