Specifications & Dimensions
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|Thermostat Heat Control:||Yes|
|Tip Over Shut-Off:||Yes|
|Power Cord Included:||Yes|
|Power and Performance:|
|Heater Rating (btu.):||5120|
Ratings & Reviews
Craftsman Ceramic Woodshop Heater Keeps You Warm in Your Workshop
The ceramic woodshop heater is the ideal solution to unheated work spaces like a woodworking shop or garage. This compact heater has an adjustable thermostat and features a four-position rotary dial for heat settings plus an on/off switch for the built-in fan. It can set to operate at 750 or 1500 watts. The fan can be used to simply circulate air and improve ventilation when heat is not needed.
The Craftsman ceramic woodshop heater has a overheat protection system and a tip over safety switch to prevent accidents. It has a pivoting cradle base so you can easily reposition the heater. The body is made of all metal and the heater has a convenient carry handle. There are power and caution indicator lights and it has a six foot grounded power cord.
- Ceramic woodshop heater lets you warm up unheated work spaces and garages
- Compact design
- All metal body
- Four position rotary heat setting dial
- Adjustable thermostat
- Run as 750 or 1500 watts
- Built-in fan with on/off switch
- Fan can be use to circulate and improve ventilation
- Tip over safety switch
- Overheat protection system for safety
- Molded comfortable carry handle
- Pivoting cradle base makes it easy to reposition the heater
- Power and caution light indicators
- 6' Grounded power cord
- Heater is 8" high, wide and deep
- 110/120 Volts
- 5120 Heater btu rating
- ETL approved
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on October 11, 2013
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Most Helpful Reviews
Beech Island, SC
Airway Heights, WA
This is a great little heater, slightly larger than the little cube one at the big box store. Comparing to that little sunbeam, this heater blows air at about twice the distance with creating a draft. The fan noise is a little more than the cube. This heater angles up and at a distance of four feet will blow warm air over most of your body when sitting on a commode as opposed to the ankle warmer cube style. Rugged construction makes it a good choice for a work shed. The legs keep it out of moisture one finds on the floors in sheds. Last year we bought one and liked it so much. we bought a second for the house.
We bought this heater to use in the milk house of our calf barn to keep the water from freezing when it gets really cold here. It works really well and our pipes haven't frozen.
This thing is $40-50 regular price and only provide heat to a very very small area. If you have a small bathroom or want to use it in your office cube, it may work well. However, it provides 0 benefit to using in a workshop or garage. Its pretty small and you can get better alternatives for the price this thing goes for.
Fort Worth, TX
I use this heater during the winter time to heat a very small reptile room. It blows a strong stream of air, takes up little space, and the thermostat seems very sensitive.
This gadget is great for working at your garage bench on those cold days or evenings, if you plan on being stationary. However, if you plan on moving around in an open garage, working on a big project, then I do not recommend this product for those types of jobs. You'll need something that's bigger and puts out more wattage. For the smaller projects, at the workbench, this heater is something you can use! It kept me warm when the weather had a chilly bite to it. Definitely, it's something you should use over a propane heater, in a closed area, so you're not exposing yourself to carbon monoxide poisoning.