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Soleus Air HGW-308R Wall Mounted Micathermic Panel Heater


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Item No.: Soleus - HGW-308R

Ratings: (1 review).

Availability: Out of Stock

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Price: $69.95


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Description

With new "Micathermic" heating technology and specially designed housing, the Soleus Air Micathermic Panel Heater HGW-308R not only provides much more gentle and efficient heat, but also releases twice the heating energy of other convectional heaters. This Soleus heater has an "ECO" function which not only adjusts power automatically in relation to room temperature for energy-saving efficiency, but also releases a more gentle and comfortable form of heat. As extra safety protection, "Waterproof-ip23" allows this heater to be used in any high-moisture area.
Features:
  • Digital thermostat with digital LED display panel
  • Convenient remote control
  • Can be used on the floor (wheels included) or mounted to a wall
  • Heats instantly
  • Economic, energy-saving function (ECO)
  • Power and temperature controlled light indiator
  • Auto shut-off timer up to 12 hours
  • Anti-freeze setting
  • Overheat safety protection
  • Lightweight
  • Quiet
  • 1-year limited warranty
  • Type: Micathermic
  • Power Supply : 120V (60Hz)
  • Watts: Eco500W/1000W/1500W
  • Rated Current: 12.5A
  • Weight: 11.5 lbs
  • Product Size: 24.625"W x 8.5"D x 22.5"H

Product Reviews

Avg. Customer Rating: (1.0 out of 5) based on 1 review. Write Your Review

1. The specifications are wrong

By Bullet from Montgomery, Texas on Dec 17, 2009

The "ECO" setting is not 500 watts as this site would lead you to believe. It is 1000 watts.

Makes you wonder what else they got wrong, doesn't it?