Anybody have experience with these. Advertised as supplemental heat up to
1000sq.ft. and primary heating source up to 500 sq;ft., retail at $379. Ad
says 35% less energy than conventional electric heater. It's rated at 1.5kw.
Just wondering if this all marketing hype or if there claims have any merit.
On Tue, 8 Jan 2008 08:54:35 -0600, "Jeff Dieterle"
The final results are in: Marketing hype: 1 Merit: 0
One kWh of electricity, no matter how it's converted into heat,
provides you with the same number of BTUs. A $40.00 oil filled
electric radiator would be just as effective and you could use the
$340.00 you saved to help pay your electric bill.
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