PELONIS HEATER/FAN 3LVL by PELONIS MfrPartNo HF-0003

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PELONIS HEATER/FAN 3LVL by PELONIS MfrPartNo HF-0003 Ace Trading Midea Ceramic Heaters

  • 3 Heat settings : 600/900/1500 W
  • Color : Off-white
  • Fan only setting
  • Adjustable thermostat comfort control
  • Auto resettable thermal cutoff and thermal fuse built-in

Pelonis Heater & Fan 600/900/1500 W 3 Heat Settings Cool Touch,Off-White

 

HF-0003 Features: -3 Heat settings: 600/900/1500 W. -Fan only setting. -Adjustable thermostat comfort control. -Auto resettable thermal cutoff and thermal fuse built-in. -Power indicator. -Carry handle. Product Type: -Table. Finish: -Off-White. Recommended Use: -Home. Fan Speed: -3. Style: -Contemporary. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -6". Overall Width - Side to Side: -9". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -10". Overall Product Weight: -3 lbs.

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