Lasko 32″ Ultra Digital Ceramic Tower Heater with Remote Control

Lasko 32" Ultra Digital Ceramic Tower Heater with Remote Control Ceramic Heaters Lasko

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Lasko 32" Ultra Digital Ceramic Tower Heater with Remote Control Ceramic Heaters Lasko

Lasko 32" Ultra Digital Tower Heater Model CT32950, uses ceramic heat to quickly add warmth through fan-powered delivery. It has an elongated element for enhanced heat penetration while the exterior stays cool to the touch. The multi-function remote control, which can be stored right on the heater, adds convenience and ease of use. The heater comes complete with an adjustable thermostat, 8 hour timer and oscillation. It has an easy-grip carry handle and simple 'no tools' assembly. The sleek, new design is sure to complement any decor. Comes with a 3-year limited warranty.

Lasko 32" Ultra Digital Ceramic Tower Heater with Remote Control

Lasko 32" Ultra Digital Ceramic Tower Heater with Remote Control Ceramic Heaters Lasko    Lasko 32" Ultra Digital Ceramic Tower Heater with Remote Control Ceramic Heaters Lasko
 

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Top Features

  • 3 heat settings: High, Low, and Plus Auto (thermostat controlled)
  • Multi-function remote control
  • Elongated tower for enhanced heat penetration; Widespread oscillation
  • Built-in safety features: safe ceramic element, overheat protection, and cool touch housing
  • 1500 watts of heat

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Area heaters are a convenient and economical approach to help keep you warm and cozy the moment the temperatures decrease . By heating up the room or space you want rather than the entire residence , they are able to assist in keeping down your power costs.

One can find 3 major types of area heaters that folks opt for . These include the ceramic , oil filled and infared forms and each one offers their own advantage and shortcomings.

Ceramic space heaters run by applying voltage to ceramic materials that make heat and that is next transferred to aluminium components that heat up . A fan then sends the warmed air wherever the operator needs it.

Infrared heaters use long wave infrared radiation to produce heat.

Oil filled heaters continue to require electricity to operate but utilize oil as a heat reservoir and transmits heat by means of convection to the outside surface area of the device . These are generally efficient to use but given that the outside surface areas get heated they are required to be used with care to stop any fires or burns.