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Old 04-16-2014, 04:48 PM   #1
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A heater that will double as a fan with some power ?

Is there a heater made that will double as a fan with some power in the summer? Thanks.
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Old 04-17-2014, 02:22 AM   #2
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If it's an electric heater your after.
I've had a Honeywell, 1500 watt, 3 speed fan, w/remote for years.
Has fan only function. Moves a lot of air , short enough to sit on a counter top. I'll look for a model number, probably won't be current , but I'm sure they have something newer & better with the features your looking for.
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If it's an electric heater your after.
I've had a Honeywell, 1500 watt, 3 speed fan, w/remote for years.
Has fan only function. Moves a lot of air , short enough to sit on a counter top. I'll look for a model number, probably won't be current , but I'm sure they have something newer & better with the features your looking for.
Perfect. Yes I didn't state my question very well.
Anyone have something to match this description?
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Google Lasko portable heater with fan only option and you will get several options and styles.
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Dyson has this unit.

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Most space heaters have a "FAN" mode, but I gather you mean one that will blow like blazes and move major amounts of air.

The short answer is yes.. Many of the Home improvement stores carry portable blowers, Often blue in color, with an OPTIONAL heat strip that goes on 'em.. These move major air, (And fairly quietly compare to a standard 3 or 4 blade since they are squirrel cage jobs) the heater is optional and removable for summer use.

RIDGID 1625 CFM Air Mover-AM2560 at The Home Depot

The linked product is an example of the blower.. I DID NOT see a heater module listed for this specific item but some of the competitors do offer the Heater option.
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