The Holmes Low Profile Heater is the ideal space heater for any home. Space heaters can be big and bulky, but this one is not. The design of the heater makes it easy to push up against a wall, for optimal space saving.
Along with saving space in smaller rooms, or any room, it pushes out the perfect amount of heat while remaining out of sight.
The Holmes Low Profile Heater features convection technology. This means that the cold air from your room is sucked into the heater and converted in to warm air. This is nice because other heaters have to force the heat out directly, which takes more effort for the heater. Since it takes more effort, it will also use more electricity. The Holmes heater saves electricity and energy while wrapping your home in comforting warmth.
What We Liked
- Convection technology
The cool, surrounding air is sucked into the heater, warmed up and released as hot air. These types of heaters tend to use less energy.
- LED controls
LED controls are much easier to use than turn dial controls. They are also easier to see.
- Tip-over safety
If the heater is accidentally tipped over, it will shut off, eliminating the risk of a fire.
- Two heat modes
Instead of having just one heat mode that makes the room one temperature, there are two modes that can produce different temperatures.
What We Didn't Like
- Recommended for medium to large rooms
This suggests that it will become too hot if it is placed in a smaller room. If you still want to use it in a small room, use the lower heat setting.
- Not easily accessible
It is low to the ground, which means that if you want to change settings, you need to get low to the ground. This could be difficult for those who cannot easily bend or move.
If you want a heater that is going to be out of the way, save you money and warm your entire medium to large room, the Holmes Low Profile Heater is definitely what you want. This heater is ideal for providing even and constant warmth throughout the entire room without making a sound. All you need to do is push it against a wall and start it up, it will stay out of the way and quiet enough to forget that it is even there. If you want to change the temperature, just push a button and let it go.Review by AirReflect ©
Last modified: September 17, 2013 (Prices are updated daily)
1500 Watt, 12.5 Amp