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Space heaters are most commonly used to heat an indoor room or area. However, some space heaters are designed to be used outdoors to heat garages, workshops, or other locations. Before moving on to the important specifications of the , we will explain some key features of .

Type - electric space heaters use an electrical heating element as a heat source, and propane space heaters burn propane to provide heat

Indoor/Outdoor - whether the unit is suitable for indoor and/or outdoor use; space heaters suitable for outdoor use have a much higher heat output and unique design features that indoor space heaters do not; always check with the manufacturer before using a space heater outdoors

Est. Heat Output - the estimated amount of heat output by the space heater; for electric space heaters, this is based on the total power consumption of the space heater

Thermostat - provides the ability to select a temperature that the space heater will try to maintain by cycling and/or adjusting the heat output

Heat Settings - the number of settings for heat output such as "low" and "high"

Fan/Blower Settings - the number of settings for the fan/blower such as "low" and "high"

Oscillating - whether the space heater can rotate to distribute heat in different directions; if known, the specifications below indicate the number of oscillation settings with the corresponding angle of rotation

Timer - the time(s) that the space heater can be set to run before automatically turning off

Auto Shutoff - whether the space heater will automatically turn off (e.g., if it tips over and/or overheats)

Filter - whether the space heater includes a filter; most filters can be washed and/or replaced

Remote Control - whether a remote can be used to control various settings of the space heater

Weight - the weight of the space heater itself (not the shipping weight including the box and packaging material as some sites use)

Specifications

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Manufacturer and ModelTypeIndoor/OutdoorEst. Heat OutputThermostatHeat SettingsFan/Blower SettingsOscillatingTimerAuto ShutoffFilterRemote ControlWeight
Dr Infrared HeaterElectricIndoor1500 WattsYes22No
1 to 12 hours
(1 hour increments)
YesYesYes21.8 lbs
DeLonghi HMP1500ElectricIndoor1500 WattsYes2N/ANoNoYesNoNo10 lbs
Lasko #100 MyHeat PersonalElectricIndoor200 WattsNo11NoNoYesNoNo1.6 lbs
Lasko 6462ElectricIndoor1500 WattsYes22
90 degrees
170 degrees
360 degrees
NoYesYesYes9 lbs
Honeywell HCE323VElectricIndoor1500 WattsYes22Yes1, 2, 4, and 8 hoursYesYesYes4.5 lbs
Lasko 6435ElectricIndoor1500 WattsYes22Yes
1 to 7 hours
(1 hour increments)
YesNoYes10 lbs
Dyna-Glo RMC-FA125DGDPropaneIndoor and Outdoor
238,850 Watts to 426,518 Watts
(70,000 BTU to 125,000 BTU)
NoVariable1NoNoNoNoNo19.7 lbs
Manufacturer and ModelTypeIndoor/OutdoorEst. Heat OutputThermostatHeat SettingsFan/Blower SettingsOscillatingTimerAuto ShutoffFilterRemote ControlWeight
Dr Infrared HeaterElectricIndoor1500 WattsYes22No
1 to 12 hours
(1 hour increments)
YesYesYes21.8 lbs
DeLonghi HMP1500ElectricIndoor1500 WattsYes2N/ANoNoYesNoNo10 lbs
Lasko #100 MyHeat PersonalElectricIndoor200 WattsNo11NoNoYesNoNo1.6 lbs
Lasko 6462ElectricIndoor1500 WattsYes22
90 degrees
170 degrees
360 degrees
NoYesYesYes9 lbs
Honeywell HCE323VElectricIndoor1500 WattsYes22Yes1, 2, 4, and 8 hoursYesYesYes4.5 lbs
Lasko 6435ElectricIndoor1500 WattsYes22Yes
1 to 7 hours
(1 hour increments)
YesNoYes10 lbs
Dyna-Glo RMC-FA125DGDPropaneIndoor and Outdoor
238,850 Watts to 426,518 Watts
(70,000 BTU to 125,000 BTU)
NoVariable1NoNoNoNoNo19.7 lbs

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