This promotion is for Rewards members only. To take advantage of exclusive offers like these, join Office Depot® OfficeMax® Rewards now!
Honeywell Digital Ceramic Tower Heater - Ceramic - Electric - Electric - 1500 W - 2 x Heat Settings - 1500 W - Indoor - Tower - Dark Gray Item # 731240
Thank you, you will now be redirected to comparisons.
Just a moment while we prepare the page
Check In-Store Availability
Ceramic tower heater is an easy-to-access heater that features an abundance of user-friendly additions. Digital controls and a large LCD allow seamless navigation and a hassle-free approach to adjusting the heat output. The inclusion of a programmable thermostat and the ability to shuffle between multiple heat settings and hour time settings provide a customizable experience. A permanent dust filter and the capacity to oscillate heat into wide areas of space make this unit an excellent addition for medium-size to large rooms. Additions such as an auto-off tipover switch, cool-touch housing and overheat safety protection all solidify peace of mind.
|Heater Features||Thermostat; Energy Saving; Programmable; Tip-over Cut-off Switch; Cool Touch Housing; Cool Touch Handle; Oscillating; Dust Filter; LCD Display; Overheat Protection|
|manufacturer||Honeywell International, Inc|
|number of heat settings||2|
|number of speed settings||1500 W|
From the Manufacturer|Powered by
Digital Ceramic Heater Features
Safety MattersThe 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 HeaterHoneywell 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.