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Old 05-28-2014, 06:55 PM   #1
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Anybody Tried One of These?

Has anyone tried one of these heaters?

EdenPURE® All Season Indoor / Outdoor Infrared Heater
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Old 05-30-2014, 03:02 PM   #2
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OC that looks like a good heater. We have the big one and although it heats great it takes up lots of room. This one is light and would store in a cabinet? Let us know how it works.
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Old 05-30-2014, 03:25 PM   #3
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Yeah OC - We had something similar when we lived in Germany - really nice and really warmed a room.

It is definately more compact than our Oil heater! Keep us posted.
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Old 05-30-2014, 06:46 PM   #4
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What's the amp draw?
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What's the amp draw?
According to the website, 450-900w which would be 4.1-9.2 amp.
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OC,

My dad has two of the eden pure cabinet style (about the size of a small end table) in his house. Those are the ones with the cool-to-the-touch housing/cabinet.

He doesn't even use his central heat or fireplace any more, and his house is about 1800 square feet. He keeps one in the den/dining/kitchen area and one in the back part of the house. They come with remotes too!
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EdenPURE® Elite Heater

This is the model of the two he has.
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OC, My dad has two of the eden pure cabinet style (about the size of a small end table) in his house.
We use one in our 5er I made into an end table and rarely ever use the furnace other than the furnace fan itself to circulate the air. We have the remote also.
The covers on the arms are towels TOWTA made with 2 pouches in each one for the tv remotes, etc.
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OC I like the idea of using the heater as a table. That will happen soon at our place. Thanks for the idea. OC is like Heloise for RVers love your ideas and inventions.
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