Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Honeywell UberHeat™ Ceramic Heater - Review

I received product for review from Honeywell.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.

Thankfully this winter hasn't been too harsh in my area.  And I much prefer it that way.  When chilling weather does strike I can count on Honeywell Portable Appliances to help keep me warm.  In my office/guest bedroom is the new Honeywell UberHeat™ Ceramic Heater and I use it when I want a little bit more heat.

This particular heater is small in size and lightweight.  It's best used to heat small areas.  It's very simple to operate, and comes in two colors - black or white.

The Honeywell UberHeat™ Ceramic Heater needs to be placed on a firm, level surface and kept at a safe distance from surrounding objects.  There's a metal stand located on the back that pulls out for stability.  This heater uses electricity and there's a cord that plugs into an outlet.  The power switch has an off position and two settings.  The Low setting uses 900 watts of power and the High setting uses 1500 watts of power.

top of heater where controls are located

When the room reaches the desired temperature, turn the Thermostat Control down until the heating element goes off.  This is the point that the setting equals the room temperature.  From then on, the thermostat will automatically turn the heater on and off to maintain the selected temperature.

I particularly like that this heater has several safety features, with one being a tip-over switch that will disable the heater if it is tipped.  A high temperature safety control prevents overheating, and a thermal cut-off fuse that will permanently shut down the heater if it operates at a higher than normal temperature.  The heater is made with heat resistant materials and is cool to the touch.

This heater may be small but it provides a good amount of heat.


3 comments:

Renee Rousseau said...

Love using space heaters for supplemental heat. News today warned about plugging them directly into an outlet and not to use extension cords which become fire hazards.

Melissa Storms said...

This looks perfect for our spare room, it is always colder than the rest of the house.

Jerry Marquardt said...

This would like go very great ion my basement office. I can't get it comfortable in there without the rest of the house getting too hot. Thanks for the vivid review.