Honeywell HZ-850 ThermaWave Heater Item # 559722
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The Honeywell HZ-850 ThermaWave Heater uses ceramic technology to provide fast, even heat for whole room warmth. It provides energy savings, excellent safety features and the ability to control your comfort all at a reasonable price. A unique ergonomic design and quiet fan circulates a wave for warmed air for superior all around room heating.
|Features||Thermostat; Tip-over Cut-off Switch; Overheat Protection; Handle|
|Input Current||12.50 A|
|Input Voltage||120 V AC|
|Maximum Heat Power||1.50 kW|
|Minimum Heat Power||750 W|
|number of heat settings||2|
|Power Consumption||1500 W|
|warranty length||3-year limited|
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HZ-850 Interactive Tour
Programmable thermostat with constant high and low settings.
Superior Safety Features
Superior safety features including cool touch housing, tip over and overheat protection
1500 watt convection heating technology provides comfortable, even room heating and personal warmth.
The Honeywell ThermaWave® Heater uses powerful ceramic heating technology to
provide quick, even heat. Its unique design maximizes heat output for both personal
warmth and whole room comfort. The HZ-850 features 2 energy efficient heat settings,
as well as numerous safety features.
- Manual controls that offer 2 heat settings
- Adjustable thermostat
- Ceramic technology
- Carrying handle
- White design
- Overheat Protection Device
- Tip over protection
- Wide sturdy base
- The safety features of our heaters include:
- Cool touch housing
- Tip-Over safety switch, which automatically shuts down the heater in the event that it's tipped over.
- Flame-resistant materials
- Overheat Protection, which ensures that the heater will shut down if it exceeds temperature requirements
- Caution lights to alert you when a heater is turned on
Lower Your Heating Bills with a Honeywell Heater
Honeywell heaters help save you money, because they heat the room you're in — as opposed to heating your whole house. So you get the right level of heat you need, where you need it. This allows you to turn down the thermostat a few degrees, which ultimately can save you up to hundreds in heating costs per year.