We’ve all been there: you get up in the morning and it’s absolutely freezing. Desperate for warmth, you try and warm your hands on your cup of coffee as you wait for the heating to come on. What if we told you there was another way? Space heaters aren’t just for industrial settings! They come in all shapes and sizes, plus they heat up individual rooms much faster than a central heating system can.
In this article, we’ve found some of the best space heaters on the market and we’re positive there’ll be one that’s perfect for you. All budgets and room sizes are accounted for so if you read this guide, no matter what your situation, your rooms need never be cold again.
Best Space Heater 2017– Compared
Take a look at the table below. In it, you’ll see the name of each heater we’ll be reviewing, as well as its type and energy usage. This should give you a general idea of the products we’ll be covering, but there’s a lot more to be said about them than just this, so don’t go rushing into a decision just yet.
|Product Name||Heater Type||Energy Usage|
|Lasko 106 My Heat Personal Ceramic Heater||Personal||200 watts|
|Holmes Portable Desktop Heater HFH111T-NU||Desktop||1000 watts|
|Honeywell HCE200B Uberheat Ceramic Heater||Desktop||1500 watts|
|Bionaire BCH7302-UM Oscillating Ceramic Tower Heater||Tower||1500 watts|
|Honeywell HZ-7300 Heater||Semi-Portable||1500 watts|
|DeLonghi TCH7690ER Tower Heater||Tower||1500 watts|
|DeLonghi EW7707CM Heater||Radiator||1500 watts|
|Dr Infrared Heater Portable Space Heater||Portable||1500 watts|
|Cadet RCP402S Space Heater||Portable||4000 watts|
Now that you’ve seen the kind of products we’re recommending, let’s explore them a little more fully. We’ll be examining each of them in turn, finding any areas where they excel, any areas where they could use some work, and speculating as to the situation where they’d work best. With that out of the way, let’s begin with the least expensive product, the Lasko 106 My Heat Personal Ceramic Heater.