“ Manufacturer: Prem-I-Air / Compact / Alimentation: Electric / Ceramic / 2 Heating Levels / Fan Forced / Oscillating / Remote Control „
I am a girl that can't stand to be cold. Although I have central heating sometimes I have come home before it has come on so have to wrap up waiting for it to heat the house so to avoid this I got this neat tower heater.
I really like the look of this heater as opposed to the traditional style of fan heaters. It is a tall slim tower and doesn't stand out in my living room. It has a LCD display at the top which clearly displays the room temperature when the heater is turned on. At 60 x 23 x 21 it doesn't take up a lot of space which is a good thing if you don't have a lot of room. This is a bonus for me as our living room is slowly filling up with baby things. It has a handy inbuilt carrying handle so it is very easy to move to a different room. In winter I carried this frequently between the livi groom and bedroom.
Having a young baby it is important to me that the room temperature is not too cold and doesn't fall below 18 c. This heater is very useful as it displays the room temperature and then it is very easy to use the controls to set it to heat the room to a particular temperature. There are buttons clearly marked + and -. It is also not too noisy a heater which again us useful if you have a sleeping baby! Unlike other fan heaters this has a button you can press so it oscillates 90c. This helps to heat the whole room faster and doesn't create a very hot spot of air. When it is summer and the rooms a bit hot you can use the fan function to help circulate the air. I found this heater very useful for giving the living room temperature a bit of a boost before bathing the baby in that room.
I would recommend this heater for style and use. It costs around £40 and although you can buy cheaper heaters I like the control of room temperature this provides.
As I write this I am sat huddled with a blanket infront of my Prem I Air heather, and what a godsend it is! Especially in this cold weather it is useful to have an extra burst of heat in addition to radiators and blankets.
This model cost £79 and has done me a great service. For that sort of money, you could buy a few smaller heaters, which would probably provide a similar amount of heat, but that would use a lot of electricity and would be irritating to have to switch several on and off.
This heater gives out a lot of heat that seems to fill the whole room within about ten minutes of it being on. The controls are easy enough once you have made an initial setting that you can keep going back to, although if you w ill constantly be requiring different things from this heater you might find it difficult to operate.
The heater can stay still or move around, depending on whether you want to steal all the heat for yourself (like me right now!) or try to warm up a room. It is a quality product that is very sturdy, although because the item can rotate it is worth considering that it can't be that tightly screwed to the base and as a result it can feel a bit loose.
It doesn't make a lot of noise and can go mostly undetected in a room if you have the television on. The design of the product is quite nice and sleek. It is in no way offensive and would suit most homes.