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Old 01-07-2012, 07:22 PM   #1
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for a small elect heater -- it cooks

I decided not to take on our last trip out
our big elect radiator heater used at home
bought this little THING
it amazed us
even though pretty cold out in the desert
we could not leave this THING on high
it would run us right out of there
so
for something very small and cheap
you may wish to consider

we paid 19 dollars for said unit

Duraflame DFH-DH-14-TO Desktop Heater - Oscillating Black

http://www.google.com/products/catalog?q=Duraflame Ceramic Oscillating Desktop Heater




Duraflame Ceramic Oscillating Desktop Heater

The Duraflame Ceramic Oscillating Desktop Heater features heat settings of 900W and 1,500W, a fan-only mode and an adjustable thermostat to help keep you comfortable in different temperatures. The heater oscillates to cover a wide area and has a powder-coated steel grill to provide durability, while the tip-over switch shuts off the heater if it falls over to promote safety. Integrated carry handle.
Features and Benefits
  • Plugs into a standard 120V outlet for quick use
  • Heat settings of 900W and 1,500W, a fan-only mode and an adjustable thermostat provide varying levels of comfort
  • Oscillating design ensures a wide distribution of heat
  • Powder-coated steel grill for durability
  • Integrated carry handle offers easy transportation
  • Tip-over switch and thermal protection promote safety
Fuel/power Type:ElectricProduct Weight:3.4 lb.Product Width (in.):6.69Product Depth (in.):4.72Product Height (in.):8.86
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Old 01-08-2012, 06:09 AM   #2
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in the confined space of our RV

note
when I first brought this heater home
I plugged it in in our living room
for a little test
seemed like the thing
did next to noTHING
but
in the confined space of our RV
it was the perfect tool

20' trailer

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