Wednesday, February 13, 2013
I live in Pennsylvania which is a nice place to reside....except in the winter where the season is L-O-N-G and cold. Even when we set our thermostat at a warm 72 degrees, I am still cold because we have an old house where the cold air still finds its way in. The back of our house is an addition and the difference in temperature from the front to the back is astounding. My computer room, of course, is in the back of the house and when I am blogging late at night I am so cold but I don't want to turn the furnace up and make everyone too warm.
The Honeywell Surround Heaters are the perfect solution to my problem. The compact space heater provides fan-driven warmth to the entire room thanks to the cylinder design. It has an adjustable thermostat, 2 heat settings, and a fan setting so you can get your room to your ideal temperature. It comes equipped with safety features such as overheat protection and a tip over switch. Did I mention these were also decor friendly as they come in a burgundy and navy in addition to the more classic black and white look?!
Review: This has become one of those products that I use and wonder how I ever got by without it. It provides me with instant warmth and warms the entire room up quickly. It is really easy to use and it is great that there are a few setting options. The fan makes some white noise but it is fairly quiet and does not disturb me at all when I am working. In addition, I appreciate the opportunity to save money on our gas bill! The size is also great and since it is an attractive burgundy, it tends to blend in more than a large black one would. I am definitely satisfied with the effectiveness and efficiency of this heater and the price (only $29.95) is great!
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I was provided with the above mentioned product for the purpose of facilitating this review. No other compensation was received and the views expressed here are my own.
Posted by Jamie Z at 8:28 PM