Olde Amish Heater
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Olde Amish Heater

The Olde Amish Heater is a space heater that resembles an old-fashioned lantern and also looks like a mini-fireplace since it contains LED lights that give off a realistic-looking flickering flame. This heater is suitable for virtually any small room in one's home and is safe for outdoor use, too. It'll heat a space of up to 250 square feet at once while providing gentle illumination, and when you don't need its LED-created flame, you can opt to turn that off.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Olde Amish Heater is $19.99 and the shipping is FREE!

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page ( www.oldeamishheater.com ) which was taken offline due to Olde Amish Heater being discontinued. Olde Amish Heater may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page ( www.oldeamishheater.com ) which was taken offline due to Olde Amish Heater being discontinued. Olde Amish Heater may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

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How It Works

Each Olde Amish Heater works by virtue of thermo-ceramic technology, a form of heating technology that enables a heater to give off enough heat to keep a room warm without being large and bulky.


  • Lightweight and Portable

    Although the front of each of these heaters makes each one look quite like a fireplace, they're nowhere near as heavy as one of those. In fact, they're light enough that almost anyone will be able to carry theirs around their home and even into their yard, especially since each one has a hook on top. While resting on its base in your chosen location, your Olde Amish Heater will also take up only a few inches of horizontal space and less than a foot of vertical space.

  • Emits 300 Lumens of Light

    The LED lights within each Olde Amish Heater will emit 300 lumens of light—just a bit less than a standard 40-watt bulb. Therefore, each heater will provide you with enough light to see, but not enough to ruin the peaceful and relaxing mood this heater's flickering flame can create. For that reason, if you don't like to sleep in complete darkness, and often get up in the night to head to the bathroom, you may consider using this heater as a night light. Its LED lights will last for 100, 000 hours over its lifetime without burning out.

  • Shock Resistant

    The durable material that each of these heaters is made of is also shock resistant, which means that if you drop yours as you're carrying it, it'll be unlikely to break. Along the same lines, it'll likely survive a bump into a hard object such as a piece of furniture or a wall.

  • Safe For Outdoor Use

    If you want to hang out outdoors at night, but it's just a bit chilly out there, you can bring your Olde Amish Heater along for a bit of warmth. You may want to place it in the circle of your group in order to feel as if you're sitting around a campfire! Having it out there may also eliminate the need for a bunch of blankets and sweaters that might need to be washed when you come in.

Positive Points

  • Can Be Used Without Light

    If you want to be warmed by this heater while you sleep, but don't want to be disturbed by its light, you can turn the light off by using a switch on the back. The heater will continue to do its heating work—possibly making your room almost 10 degrees warmer—without pulling double duty as a light source. Whenever you want the heater's light to come back on, you can simply flick the switch on the back again.

  • Ideal for Bathrooms

    Bathrooms tend to be one of the coldest rooms in any home, especially if a particular bathroom's flooring is made up of cold tile. If you want to be a bit warmer in your bathroom, you may choose to set up an Olde Amish Heater in there. Similarly, if you don't want to move one in permanently, you can use your heater's hook to carry it from your bedroom to your bathroom periodically. Although you won't be able to bring your heater directly into the shower with you, you'll be a lot warmer when you come out.

  • Fewer Blankets Required

    If you don't have a heater like this one and don't want to crank up your thermostat, you might find yourself piling blankets on top of your body or layering on a bunch of sweaters. These warming tools, especially blankets, can get in the way of your movement and thereby restrict what activities you can do while using them. Fortunately, once you set up your Olde Amish Heater in the room you're spending time in, you may not need those potentially restrictive blankets or sweaters after all, and both your hands will remain free.

Negative Points

  • Batteries Not Included

    Since there doesn't appear to be an electrical cord attached to any of these heaters, you can assume that you'll need to use batteries to operate yours. Not only are batteries not included with each heater (so you'll need to obtain them on your own), the type you'll need isn't even explicitly stated. You won't find out until your heater arrives with its manual.

  • No Remote Control

    Some space heaters include remote controls that enable users to operate them from a few feet away, which can come in handy if one wants to operate their heater from their bed. Unfortunately, the Olde Amish Heater comes with no such remote control, nor does it contain a digital display that'll help you control the temperature you're aiming for by heating your room.

  • Replacing Lights Could Be Hard

    After you use your heater's flickering flame for 100, 000 hours, you'll have to deal with the fact that the heater's LED lights may burn out around that time. Depending on how they've been inserted into each heater, they may be difficult or even impossible to replace. If replacing them is impossible, you'll end up with just a heater that stays dark after they've burned out.

Critical Advice

Using your Olde Amish Heater's hook to hang it from another hook inside or outside your home is an option. If you go this route, though, be sure that the hook is sturdily attached to your wall with nails or screws, and that it's made of durable material like wood, metal or stainless steel. Otherwise, your heater could end up clattering to the ground, and while it probably wouldn't completely break, this would be a loud inconvenience to deal with. One type of hook you should avoid hanging this heater from, in all circumstances, is a plastic hook that's been attached to a wall with only sticky adhesive, as these may not support its weight.

Save Money

Without any Olde Amish Heaters, if you're not a fan of blankets and layers, you might decide to turn your thermostat up in every room in order to get warm. That will add to your heating bill over time, though, and while using these space heaters isn't completely free, they won't run up your heating bill. The more of these heaters you can add to various small rooms in your home, the smaller your bill may end up being.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Olde Amish Heater online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Olde Amish Heater online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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