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The Personal Fireplace Heater is a compact heater for the home that's been designed to use less energy than a traditional space heater or a built-in thermostat. Aside from giving off heat, each heater also contains an outer LED display that gives off the look of a real fireplace flame. You'll be able to adjust the target temperature and set the timer on this heater with the buttons on the front or with the included remote control.

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The cost of Personal Fireplace Heater is $19.99 and the shipping is FREE!

Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: getfireplaceheater.com


How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Choose Location and Plug It In

    Once you obtain a Personal Fireplace Heater, the first thing you'll need to do is choose where you'll plug it in. It'll plug into any standard wall outlet, so as long as you have many of those in your home, you'll have many options. However, this type of heater is ideal for small rooms such as bedrooms, basement workshops or offices, and drafty bathrooms. Wherever you put it, make sure it's resting securely on a flat surface.

  2. Power Up And Adjust Settings

    Next, you'll need to turn your heater on with the power button on the front or by using your remote control. Keep in mind that in order to operate the remote control properly, you'll need to be standing within 10 feet of the heater. With the remote control or the front buttons, you'll also be able to set a target temperature that's between 60 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit, and you'll have the option of setting a timer, too. This timer will enable you to run the heater for between one and eight continuous hours at a time.

  3. Enjoy Warm, Comforting Heat

    Once your heater is up and running, you'll be able to enjoy warm, comforting heat as the 400-watt heater produces it and its multi-speed fan circulates it through the room or area you're in. Plus, you'll be able to watch the ambient, realistic-looking fireplace flame that's produced by the LED lights inside each device. If you no longer need heat, turning it all the way down without shutting off the accompanying flame is also an option.

  4. Shut Off

    When you're done using your device, if you didn't set an automatic shut-off time during the second step, you'll need to turn the whole unit off by using the appropriate front button or your remote. This is an important step to remember since your unit will just waste energy if you leave it on when you don't really need it. Unplugging it when you're not using it is optional.

Features

  • Compact

    Each Personal Fireplace Heater is only about the size of a standard mailbox, and just a bit bigger than an old-fashioned lantern. As a result, no matter where you put it, it won't take up more than a couple feet of horizontal or vertical space. You probably won't even need to move other objects out of the way in order to clear yourself a good place to set up this heater. Furthermore, each one is small and light enough for most users to carry from room to room without a struggle (if the need arises).

  • Has Hook

    Every one of these heaters also has a hook that will double as a handle to be used while you're carrying it around. If you do choose to hang your heater up, though, make sure that whatever you hang it from is stationary and can withstand at least a few pounds of weight. Otherwise, you might end up finding a damaged heater lying on your floor.

  • Adjustable Temperature

    As mentioned, you'll be able to adjust the temperature of heat that your personal heater gives off, in order to suit your own needs and the naturally occurring temperatures in certain rooms of your home. Available temperatures range from 15 to 35 degrees Celsius (or 60 to 95 Fahrenheit), so you'll be able to give yourself a lot of extra warmth or just a little. No matter what temperature you choose, your heater will be able to increase a room's temperature by up to a dozen degrees in minutes.

  • Safety Features

    The Personal Fireplace Heater has two major characteristics that promote safety: a stay-cool outer shell and a self-regulating ceramic element. Its element will keep it from getting dangerously hot inside, while its shell will enable it to remain cool to the touch, regardless of what temperature you've set it at. Due to this shell, no one will end up burning their fingers if they touch the outside of the heater while it's in use, nor will it ever burn anyone's clothing.

Positive Points

  • Can Operate From Bed, Couch

    Since each heater comes with a remote control that'll help you access its digital features, if your bed or couch is within 10 feet of the heater, you'll be able to operate it from there. That means you won't have to get up in order to adjust its target temperature if you find that the room you're in has all of a sudden become much colder or much warmer. Along the same lines, you'll also be able to shut the whole unit or just its heat off from your nearby couch or bed.

  • Reduces Need For Blankets

    If you're cold in the house on a winter's day, your first urge might be to cover yourself up with tons of blankets, which can restrict your movement. With a bunch of blankets piled on top of you, you might not be able to do all the activities or complete all the tasks that you'd like to. Fortunately, your Personal Fireplace Heater will enable you to heat the area you're in (and your body) to a comfortable temperature while leaving extra blankets in the closet. As an added bonus, leaving them there means you won't need to wash them regularly.

  • Looks Attractive

    Some space heaters look unattractive, like black or gray blobs that you might add to certain rooms in your home, but that's not the case with the Personal Fireplace Heater. The realistic-looking flame displayed on the outside of each one gives it a unique, sophisticated look. One of these heaters may look especially attractive during the holiday season if you plug it in near a Christmas tree, candles or other festive decorations.

Warnings

  • Don't Take Outdoors

    Even if you have an electrical outlet near your porch or patio, and you think your Personal Fireplace Heater would look attractive out there, you must refrain from taking it anywhere outdoors. It hasn't been designed to withstand outdoor elements like rain, wind, and snow, and the outdoors is so vast, it probably wouldn't heat any outdoor area effectively. If you want something that gives off a similar type of illumination to carry outdoors with you, you'll need to obtain some sort of old-fashioned lantern.

Wise Advice

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

Wise Advice

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

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