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Old 07-19-2011, 11:31 AM
 
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Bionaire Smart Touch Ceramic Heater with Re

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Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

For weighing less than five pounds, this heater really does a fabulous job. My house is made with a lot of hardwood floors throughout so it feels quite cold in the winter. To help with this I have a few heaters scattered in various rooms that I spend the most time in which really helps cut down on the heating bill. I tried this heater out in the kitchen first but realized it is so incredibly quiet, I needed to move it to my bedroom.

The Bionaire Smart Touch is really designed different than most other space heaters. It is actually two units that are stacked, one on top of the other so you can actually direct the heat in different directions, rather than just one. I guess it is the same concept as an oscillating heater but much quieter. The remote control is handy so you can adjust the heat without getting up from wherever you are which is really quiet convenient.

The heater is pretty small, standing at only 16 inches tall but puts out as much heat as some of the larger heaters I have in my home. It heats up the room pretty quickly and with its size, you can set it on the floor or a table.

The one-touch allows you to easily set a temperature as well as low or high speeds and it has a shut-off safety function when it overheats. Costing $59.99, it is a little more expensive than others heaters of its size but it is well worth it. It is perfect for a mid-sized room or an office and comes with a two year warranty. The only problem I have with the heater is that it is so quiet, I sometimes have to go back upstairs and double check if I shut it off because I often forget about it.

Review by professional reviewer, Oct. 2, 2010
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