Comfort Zone® Citadel Oscillating Ceramic Tower Heater/Fan CZ488

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Comfort Zone® Citadel Oscillating Ceramic Tower Heater/Fan CZ488 Ceramic Ceramic Heaters Comfort Heater/Fan Oscillating Tower Zone®

  • Oversized ceramic PTC heating element
  • Two heat settings and fan-only setting
  • Safety overheat protection system
  • Non glowing ceramic element
  • Safety tip over switch
  • Power indicator light with four position rotary switch controls: OFF, LOW, HIGH, FAN ONLY
  • 80° Oscillation

Comfort Zone Citadel Oscillating Ceramic Tower Heater/Fan

 

For more than a decade, Comfort Zone has grown to become a trusted brand, recognized nationally as a leader in home environment products. Comfort Zone heaters, fans and humidifiers provide safe and reliable performance with exceptional value and thoughtful innovations. As a leader in safety and reliability, Comfort Zone products are designed and tested to meet strict global quality standards including UL, ETL, SAA, CE, CSA and NOM.

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Comfort Zone Citadel Oscillating Ceramic Tower Heater/Fan 3.5 out of 5 based on 243 ratings.

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Room or space heaters are a simple and easy in addition to cost efficient solution to help keep you warm the moment the temperature ranges decrease . By just warming the area that is required instead of the whole dwelling , they will be able to help in keeping down your energy fees.

There are three major types of area heating units that people buy . They include the ceramic , oil filled and infared kinds and each one offers their own benefits and disadvantages.

Ceramic space heaters do the job by applying voltage to ceramic elements that gives off heat which is then transferred to aluminium parts that heat up . A fan then sends the heated up air exactly where the operator wants it.

Infrared heaters make use of long wave infrared radiation to produce heat.

Oil filled heaters still call for electric power to run but make use of oil as a heat reservoir and moves heat through the use of convection to the outside surface area of the device . They are economical to operate but bear in mind because the outside parts get heated they need to run with caution to prevent any fires or burns.