What should you look for in a space heater?
Modern space heaters have many more features than the old steal rattling boxes that were a part of many households in the 80s and 90s.
Heaters these days are much more safe and effective.
Some of the features that you can expect to find on modern space heaters include:
360° or wide angle oscillation
Rapid room warm up
Cool to the touch
Safety precautions like:
Overheating shut down
Tip over shut off
Temperature sensors that adjust with the temperature in the room.
#2 Best Portable Space Heater
Honeywell builds heaters to last. I personally have owned a Honeywell tower heater that I have used every winter for 15 years.
Honeywell ceramic surround heat is a powerhouse.
I bought this heater for my daughter for Christmas. Out of the box, it looks pretty small but all you have to do is open her door and you realize how well this thing works.
It’s small size also makes it very handy to be able to carry back and forth to the bathroom or even her cubicle at work.
The fact that it is has an automatic shut off and is cool to the touch is a big plus, especially for me and my wife and knowing that it is being used in my daughter’s room.
Cons- Auto Shut Off kicks in to fast with the heater on high
#3 Best Portable Space Heater
Like every other modern device, space heaters have made the transition into being a smart appliance.
Atomi works with a smart app which allows you to schedule the heater, change temperatures, and alert you via your phone if the heater tips over.
It also works with Alexa and Google Assistant which makes it completely voice activated.
The unit does not need to be hooked up to the Internet to run though.
It’s standard basic features include being cool to the touch, tip over safety switch, and built-in timer.
Space heaters lend themselves to being smart appliances more then other types of appliances simply because of the safety element involved.
Atomi checks all the boxes to give you the rite of passage into a new world of space heaters. It also comes with a 3-year warranty.
Cons- Requires Alexa or Google Assistant