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Lifesmart 6 Element Large Room Infrared Quartz Heater w/Wood Cabinet and Remote


Lifesmart 6 Element Large Room Infrared Quartz Heater w/Wood Cabinet and Remote


The Lifesmart Infrared heater offers you safe, healthy heat and is ultra-efficient for a large room. This heater features 6 of our quartz infrared elements that are actually wrapped in a metal heat exchanger coil. All electrical components are warrantied for 1 year. There is lifetime washable air filter. There are 3 energy savings settings including an Eco Setting that will heat smaller areas to 68 degrees using only 500 watts. The heater is surrounded by our stylish wood cabinet with a black front that is cool to the touch. E Z Glide casters make moving the heater from room to room easy. This amazing heater also includes a new larger remote control to operate the Digital Thermostat allowing you ultimate control. Dual Timer settings can be used to turn on or off the unit up to 12 Hours ahead.

  • Provides Infrared Warmth to a Large Room
  • 3 Heat Settings Including 500 Watt Eco Setting
  • 12 Hour Start and Stop Timer
  • Stylish 2 Tone Wood Cabinet
  • Digital Thermostat with Remote
  • Quiet Scroll Fan Circulates Heat
  • Lifetime Air Filter

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  1. 82 of 90 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent quality infrared heater, January 6, 2014
    By 
    Yu-Jin Chia (San Jose, CA USA) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      
    (VINE VOICE)
      

    This review is from: Lifesmart 6 Element Large Room Infrared Quartz Heater w/Wood Cabinet and Remote (Misc.)

    I bought two of these LifeSmart heaters last year, one 1000W, one 1500W. We rent two rooms in a house, and our ‘neighbors’ have two similar heaters of a different brand on their side of the house. I’ve also owned at one time or another many other types of portable heaters, including oil heaters, radiant quartz, and heat dishes. Additionally, all places I’ve lived in (including this one) have had either central gas or fixed electric heating.

    First, expectations. You’re looking at a portable heater here. It’s not a gas furnace, and 1200 sq ft of adequate heating across multiple rooms isn’t happening. It will heat one room, and the smaller the better- though it can easily handle up to 700 sq. ft from my experience. This heater is in a similar class with all other portable heaters, and that applies to every aspect: cost, size, weight, power usage, and heating ability. It is NOT going to heat your whole house on its own; you wouldn’t expect a 1500W oil heater to do that, right? Well, until someone invents a portable cold fusion power cell, don’t expect anything else to be that much better.

    That having been said, you get the same heat for the same wattage and heater type, no matter what brand it is. That applies for every class and type of heater. Quite frankly, building and designing these things isn’t rocket science- some try to say that this is some kind of high-tech ‘space’ heater. Nah, it’s pretty darn low tech; in fact the Amish actually came up with the idea. They’re not exactly known for high-tech creations, eh? Those that say a certain brand of these heaters is dramatically better than another… no, it’s not. Unless we’re comparing defective vs. working units, it’s simple physics, and they’re all made in China and probably come from the same factory. tl;dr- functionality-wise, the cheapest one is the best one. I got both of mine refurbished and they work fine, exactly the same as the ones that cost 2-3x more that our neighbors bought new.

    There are some general advantages and disadvantages to this type of heater:

    Advantages:

    -More consistent heat over a larger area. Radiant and ceramic heaters tend to have a focused swath of heat. Dish heaters are even more focused, as you’d expect- which makes them great if you just point it at you and you don’t move. Oil heaters are a bit better for area heating, but still are a lot warmer near vs. far away. These infrared quartz heaters act a lot like a central heating vent, and the blowing air circulates the warmth around the room.

    -Built-in thermostat allows auto climate control, just like a central heating thermostat would. Practically every model of this type of heater has this feature, with some (including this model) equipped with remote operation. This is on a smaller scale than your central heat, but it works the same if the room isn’t huge. It also saves power and effort vs. on-off ‘dumb’ heaters, which just stay on all the time until you bother to switch them off.

    -Safe operation vs. a lot of other types, especially quartz radiant and dish heaters. Some of those can actually catch fire if the elements come in contact with combustible items. Oil heaters are the safest as far as those go, but still get very hot on the surface. These heaters can be touched when at full power and usually aren’t even warm on the surface.

    -More aesthetically pleasing. These heaters are typically a box or cabinet form factor. You can put items on top of them, which pretty much no other type of heater allows. Some of the (many) models are designed specifically to look attractive, with fake fireplace displays, real wood exteriors, etc. Even if they’re pretty barebones, you can safely decorate them as long as you don’t block the vents.

    Disadvantages:

    -They tend to be noisier in general, since they have fans. This can get worse over time if you don’t clean them, as with any other fan. Most of the other heater types make little to no noise, as they have no moving components.

    -More prone to break-down over time. Anything with moving parts is more failure-prone than something that has no moving parts. Likewise, the electronic controls are more likely to go haywire than a dumb on/off switch. I have oil heaters that are 25 years old and still work. These new LifeSmart units are pretty well made, but I highly doubt they’ll last that long.

    As far as this specific LifeSmart model goes, it also has its pluses and minuses:

    Plus:

    -Has a nice faux-wood cabinet. It blends in with a lot of furniture.

    -Has simple remote control operation. The remote has decent range and works well. The remotes seem interchangeable between different LifeSmart models.

    Minus:

    -This particular model is pretty bulky and heavy, enough so that I usually don’t carry it but rather roll it around.

    -This model is considerably…

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  2. 328 of 380 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    The People That Expect To Heat Their House w/ This R Dopes, January 9, 2013
    By 
    R. Schilling (Pennsylvania) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Lifesmart 6 Element Large Room Infrared Quartz Heater w/Wood Cabinet and Remote (Misc.)
    For starters, I think this is the first time I’ve taken the time to write a review. I was just a little frustrated how poorly this product was ranked after I committed to buy two of them.

    I actually bought this product from e-bay as they were running a big sale. However, I buy a ton from Amazon and always compare prices to theirs and often look at some of the reviews. As with any other item, there are almost always a lot of likes and dislikes. This product had plenty of one star reviews which kind of scared me. Then, I looked at the intelligence level of the reviewers. The fan was “noiser” as opposed to “noisier”. One star because the remote didn’t have batteries, really??? It wasn’t made out of wood, it was plastic on wood. Not true with mine, it’s not oak or anything, but it is at least veneer. It only raised the room “2 degree” my old one raised it “8 degree”. Firstly, more than one means “degrees”. There were some other reviewers that had experience with more expensive units that said this performed “comparably” for the price. I went with the more educated people and bought two of these units. I’ve only been using them for two days and I’m actually pretty impressed. I use these for localized heating because I run a pellet stove in a 2,850 square foot house. The heat simply can’t make it to all areas. I was using some smaller electric faux stoves that worked fairly well. However, not all of them I had have built in thermostats. These units do and they seem to work pretty well. I had one in my bedroom (big bedroom and master bath) and set it at 65 degrees last night. This morning, my atomic clock was reading 63.9 degrees. Close enough considering I have the blower pointing away from the clock. I’m sure it would have been higher if I pointed the heater towards the clock/thermometer. This was on the low (500W) setting. I have not even used the 1,000W setting yet. This product is advertised to help supplement your existing heat and to be efficient at doing so. I don’t pay that much attention to my electric bill, but it’s 1,500W which seems to be the max for all of these small stand alone units (for the most part). I have oil heat which I have not used for two years since installing a large pellet stove, thanks to my free Obama money at the end of 2011. But, as mentioned before, the heat can’t permeate through my entire house well. I use some ceiling fans to move the air around but that’s not enough to get the upstairs warm. Yes, I understand, heat rises, but apparently, not as much as I would like. So, in a nutshell, this seems to work great to heat a room locally. It also has an auto on/auto off timer. I have not used that either, but figure the auto on will work nice to come on a couple of hours before you get home. It’s not like an alarm clock. You have to tell it to come on in a certain amount of hours. Other complaints included that the display shows the setpoint, not the actual temperature. OK, some people will want it one way, some the other. It seems to hold the setpoint fairly well, so I’m OK with that. Another heater I have displays the actual temperature of the heater, so it is consistently hotter than what the actual room temperature is. Lastly, some people complain it’s too loud. The filter on my fishtank, which is called a Whisper filter, is louder, so the volume does not bother me. Seems fine. I guess that’s enough said, I think it’s a pretty good product. While it may not completely heat your trailer, it’s pretty good for keeping some larger rooms that need a boost nice and cozy. I’d recommend to a friend.

    Pros:
    Attractive package that you can easily put a picture or plant on top of
    Fully assembled upon arrival, including the wheels (which are stable as opposed to one review)
    On/Off Timer
    Remote (except for the added $1.00 you’ll have to pay for two AA batteries)
    F/C temperature display
    Directional heat as you can point it where you want the heat to go

    Cons:
    People seem to have had problems with the vendor they purchased it from when they were dissatisfied
    Doesn’t have the fake logs and flames that the faux heaters have that most people actually enjoy
    Won’t walk my dog or make me coffee in the morning (just had to come up with a complaint like the other one star reviews)

    Sorry if I insulted anyone’s intelligence, but some of those reviews really are comical.

    Happy New Year

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  3. 137 of 161 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    falsely advertised product, October 13, 2012
    By 
    Judy A Caban (Malott, Washington United States) –

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    This review is from: Lifesmart 6 Element Large Room Infrared Quartz Heater w/Wood Cabinet and Remote (Misc.)
    I decided on this particular heater over others because it advertises the heater as 6500 BTUs and a five year warranty. When it arrived and I was looking at the box I noticed that it was only 5100 BTUs and has a 3 year year warranty. I thought they had sent me the wrong one but when I compared the model number it was the correct model number. I contacted the company that sent me the heater and they just said that that was the information the Lifesmart company provided them with. To me, that is false advertising!

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