Friday, January 10, 2014

Kaz Honeywell Review & Giveaway



I received a sample from Honeywell for the sole purpose of this review

This winter we have decided to mainly use space heaters and turn down our heat significantly. My son already had one in his room and we bought a small one for our room and our daughter's room. What was left was a nice big one for the living area. So I contacted Honeywell and they agreed to send me their newest model. 
The MyEnergySmart Infrared Heater. Meant for an extra large space it was perfect for our open floor plan.





It has a very long cord and 2 prongs that you wrap the cord around as well to keep it neat and tidy
 Has a really nice carrying handle
 and a remote
 I promise it was not 52 in my house when I plugged this in. It took about 5 minutes to register the real temp in here of 63. 
I set it on 66 and my whole living area (a very big open space probably a good 800 sq ft or so) was heated up in a total of 20 minutes. I think that's a very efficient heater!

It has a power button, the temp it is now and the temp you want it to be. You can set a timer from 1-8 hours. It also adjusts to low heat, medium heat and then high heat which uses different watts for more efficiency. 
It also has the MyTemp so that 2 people can set it to their favorite setting and make it easy to navigate. Hold down a number for 3 seconds and it saves the current setting. When you turn on the heat, just push that number and it will automatically adjust.
There's also an energy usage indicator which is nice.
 The infrared heating element is tucked back in the heater. The front is cool touch so kids and pets won't get burnt.

My favorite feature is that it's on castor wheels. Makes it really easy to rotate or move from room to room. 

It has a 4 way tip over as well so if it gets tipped over, it automatically turns off. Using this space heater can save you up to 35% on your heating bills. 
Our home is very inefficient. We live in a mobile home and with holes underneath and vents that aren't even hooked up all the way, it only made sense to stop running the heater and switch to space heaters. 
While our electric bill is sure to go up, our gas bill should come down significantly and we should save some money. 

It's also a full cool touch unit. Nothing on this unit gets hot enough to burn, so again, super safe around pets and kids.

Although this unit is a bit large at 18" by 15.75" by 18.5" it does it's job well and will hopefully help us save money. 
We use this one in the living area during the day and then at night we use the space heaters in our bedrooms. 
We have our heat set on 62 to help keep our pipes from freezing and for the kitties at night as well.
Although the heat does run a bit at night, it's not nearly as much as if we had our heat on the normal 66.  And it doesn't run during the day at all. Our heater is not energy star and it is 15-16 years old, so it definitely costs a pretty penny every time we run it.

I'm hoping to see a bit money saved on our next bill.

Honeywell is definitely known for their heaters and they have a heater for each of your needs. From small rooms to extra large ones, you can find one that fits your lifestyle.


Price: This model is $229.99 but it is truly worth it.

Overall: *****
*Disclaimer* I received an item directly from Honeywell in exchange for a review. I was not paid to try out these products*
A big thank you goes out to Honeywell for allowing me to review this product and for offering a giveaway



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Fayth Chamberlain said...

Instead of using the furnace to heat the whole house I would just heat the room I am in.


Laura said...

I to live in a mobile home and know the high cost of heating it, I also use space heaters, one of which is the older metal type and really need to upgrade to an infrared type for my living area...


Laura said...

I to live in a mobile home and know the high cost of heating it, I also use space heaters, one of which is the older metal type and really need to upgrade to an infrared type for my living area...


Billie Wilson said...

I would use this to heat my room overnight. I get cold so this would be great.


McKim said...

I would give it to my son to use in his upholstery shop. It is always chilly in there.


Natalie F said...

Our basement family room. It does not heat well!


Sandra VanHoey said...

If I won it would be sent to my son for him and my grandchildren to stay warm in Michigan. I think he would love this in his living room since the honme he is in is large and not insulated the best being it's such an old home


Sue Ellison said...

I would use the heater in my youngest son's room. He is very cold nature d and his room gets chilly at night. It would also be great to help save on our electric bill.

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daniellehall30 said...

i have a very old house and i think it would help a lot during the cold winters


Em Ma said...

I'd love to use this heater in our RV as the furnace is very inefficient or in my office at work.


Mysharona said...

To heat our basement


channallocks said...

i need this for my office


A. Truckenmiller said...

I would use this in my office since they normally keep it so cold!!


Wendy Owen said...

I would use it in the back bedroom, that room just wont' get warm.


amp said...

The rooms in the back of house-my living room and my office are the coldest as they are far from the sunlight rooms in the front so I often need a little extra heat especially in my office.


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iggysaysno said...

I'd like to use this heater to heat my bedroom since our heat pump for the house is not very strong.


BethElderton said...

I would use this in our front room. The bedrooms and kitchen are warm enough with the heater on,but there is a cold spot in the front room.


Holly Kennedy said...

I will chain it to my ankle and drag it in whatever room I'm in. Our apartment needs new windows. So cold.


aperry said...

Id use this in our family bedroom.


Heather De Luna said...

We purchased our house but realized later it didn't have a wrap around the siding OR enough attic insulation. We would totally use this in the bedroom, which gets very cold. During this "polar vortex" the furnace ran 24/7 and it would get over 60 degrees F in the room.


Melinda Stephens said...

I'd use it to heat the garage when I am working out there. I use the garage as my craft room and exercise room.


Melinda Stephens said...

I'd use it to heat the garage when I am working out there. I use the garage as my craft room and exercise room.


Geri Fink said...

The garage or master bathroom!


kim burnett said...

I would love to have this for my craft room!


Marcia Lee said...

Living in the state of the frozen tundra, I would use the Honeywell heater in out living room, close the registers in spare rooms and turn the furnace down.


Phelank said...

My house does not heat properly. The bedrooms heat up to 80 degrees and leaves the lower levels of our house 60. I would use this heater to heat my lower part of my house!


Pam Halligan said...

My house is so cold. I'd use this heater in our family room.


bison61 said...

our family room gets very cool-I'll use it there

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one frugal lady said...

This would be AMAZING in my living room! It is so cold and we have to bundle up just to watch tv!


Carrie Phelps said...

My apartment can be so chilly. My heat is included in my rent but I don't have the thermostat. There is one for all eleven apartments. It's in the apartment across the hall from me and if he bakes the heat won't kick in. I would use this to warm my apartment for when I have the kids here.


LaCindaB said...

I'd use this to keep our bedroom warm, the baseboard heater quit working in there!


Jessica Fortner said...

I'd use it for our family nights in the livingroom.


samf36 said...

To heat up my basement office.


Unknown said...

To heat my husbands home office


hhkaufman78 said...

I would use it in the kids room.


D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

I would use it to heat the family room because it gets so cold.


maye said...

I would use this to heat my room. I get cold so this would be nice. :)


amanda mclemore said...

I will use this in the family room to save on the heat bill.


Melissa Miller said...

in my daughter's room in the basement


1froglegs said...

We already use space heaters in all of the bedrooms, so this would be for our living room. It would be nice if we never had to run the furnace.


Dorothy Teel said...

I will put this in my den near my computer to keep my feet warm.. This would be perfect for my cold toes.


abfantom said...


I would like to win the Honeywell heater because I'm always cold. I would use this in our den when I'm working on the computer.

abfantom at yahoo dot com


Ge Cass said...

I'd love to use the heater in my cold bedroom that sits in the back of the house. I can sure use it there.


Misty said...

I would soooo put this to good use! I live in a OLD house split into 3 apartments, i live up top. Its freezing cold in the winter in NY. And there is no insulation! It's insane. I already have 3 space heaters and the furnace going! This would be a great addition!
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kbauer74 said...

I would use this in my daughter's bedroom. Their room for some reason is ALWAYS cold in the winter.

Kimberly Bauer
kbauer74@verizon.net


Barker's Momma said...

I would use this to help keep our family room warm because it tends to run on the cooler side.


deb126 said...

I would use it in my basement, my daughter's room is in the basement and there is no heat down there so this is something she really could use.

Thanks for offering this fantastic giveaway


Claire Rheinheimer said...

My teenage daughters have a living room in the basement and since we keep the fireplace going when it's cold they don't get much heat down there. I'd let them use this to keep warm, it would help so much!


JLin Mei said...

put it in my daughter's bedroom make sure she is warm


Sara Giresi said...

My tv room has 3 sides exposed and is coooolllldddd! I would love this to help with the heating!


kathyluman said...

I would use this heater in my bedroom. For some reason my bedroom dose not get much heat.


Heather Smith said...

I will use this heater to heat the living room/dining room/kitchen area of our home. It is a big open space with all outer walls so it is very hard to keep warm. It would be nice to use this heater so we could keep the rest of the house at a comfortable temperature.


deniseyweesy said...

In my living room in the lower level.


Danielle jones said...

I would use this in my bedroom since my other heater quit working in there.


petchk79 said...

I would use this heater in the living room, so the girls and I can stay warm during the day and can keep the heat bill down!


Beth said...

I'd use it in my home office area when I'm working remotely. No need to heat up the whole house!


Michelle said...

We would use it in the bedroom during the winter months to save money.


guettel78 said...

I'd gift this to my parents, who've been complaining that their house has a chill these days -- I'd set it up for them in either the living room or bedroom, depending on where they most need the extra warmth!

Geoff K
gkaufmanss at yahoo dot com


lisamercy said...

Our living room, our HVAC system is so messed up in the winter so we freeze downstairs, we could really use this!


Susan C said...

I live in a drafty old house, so this would help me stay warm in the winter!


bbrittbrat1398 said...

My office is always ice cold so I would use it at work.
Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com


Amanda said...

I would use it in our bathroom. We have no ac/heating vent in there so it's always either hot (which we remedy by leaving the door to our bedroom open so the cold air goes in there) or cold (if we leave the door open then our bedroom is cold too! LOL).


chromiumman said...

currently live alone in a house, I feel foolish heating the entire thing, would love to use this to heat only the portion i'm in


Alexa said...

i will use this in the living room so my family can stay warm.

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Kelly Nicholson said...

How will you use this heater?

this is for my bedroom..need a new heater bad


jose benavides said...

I will put it in the living room where its gets the coldest..


Benjamin Spaulding said...

I would love to use this to help get some heat into our 3rd childs room since it doesn't have a vent to our HVAC.


Jason Vaughn said...

This one will go into my office


wildcat32 said...

I would use it in my living room which never seems as warm as the rest of the house.


j1man1r66 said...

We have an addition in our house with an extra bathroom and that part of this house stays cooler, so I would use it in that bathroom!!
j1man1r66@etex.net
Jennifer Rogers


Shanda Kendall said...

I give this to my parents the house they are renting is terrible. The wind goes right through the windows (they had to put plastic over the windows just to make it livable) and it has little to no insulation, their house is like living in a fridge and their electric bill is sickening how high it is.


clc408 said...

I would use it in my home office which gets a little chilly on cold days.


crankyyanky1 said...

I would use this heater in our living room that is where we spend the most time and where it gets the coldest


E. Diane said...

our wood stove does a good job of heating the living/dining/kitchen areas but doesn't reach to master or spare bedrooms so I would use the heater in our bedroom, or the back hall with the bedrooms open and the hall door closed at night if we have a guest.
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mkjmc said...

to keep my bathroom warmer


julis55 said...

I would use it in my bedroom to keep warm


TheresaJenkins said...

attic family room where our 5 grandkids hangout daily


Emily said...

In our living room that has big and not so well insulated windows.


Stephen Saunders said...

I'd use it in my back bedroom where the heat doesn't go well.


Yipperbear said...

I'd use it in more moderate weather to keep from using the central. Our entire home is less than 1000 sg ft so it would pretty much do the job.


Debra Guillen said...

We converted our garage into a room for the teens to hang out and have sleepovers but it doesn't stay as warm as I would like so I would use it to make it more cozy in there for them.


Schaef said...

We just created a play room for the kids in our basement. It looks great, but it's too cold for them this winter. It's not getting nearly the play that we thought it would. My husband and I have been discussing buying a heater to warm it up.


sksweeps said...

I'd use this in my living/dining room/kitchen area - all one big open space. It would save me on the propane that my regular heater uses.
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Amy Lumley said...

I would use it to heat my living room which had been built onto the house and is never warm in the winter or in shop when working out there :)


Kia89 said...

I would use this to heat my bedroom at night.


Deborah said...

I'd use this heater to keep the room we're in warm, so I can keep the thermostat for the whole house lower.


Emilie Proctor said...

I would use this in my bedroom. It is the coldest room in the house.


Danielle Oyen said...

I would use this in my family room because there is no heat source there.


Mendy Dinsmore said...

In the bathroom on cold days. mendyd15@yahoo.com


dannili said...

i would give this to my mom so she can keep her feet warm in her office


Amanda Kinder said...

It will go in my bedroom, near my desk to keep my feet warm.


llinda29 said...

I will use this heater in the family room.


PAIGE said...

I will use this at my always freezing office.
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nickieisis3 said...

I'd use it in my living room, keep it extra warm


LIDARKSIDE said...

We live in Florida. So, I would use it for the unusually cold days and nights we occasionally have.


Michele P. said...

we have no heat upstairs for our room or our daughters room, and our forced hot air heat downstairs doesn't work very well with a drafty house. So I would use it upstairs.


kroch said...

I would use this in our living room when the Wisconsin cold makes it difficult for our furnace to keep up.

Katie Roch


jakiesmom said...

I'd use it in my newborns room to keep them warmer


timothy l said...

I will use it to warm up my mother bones she is always cold and can't afford to turn up the heat.


bayctygrl said...

use it in my bedroom, so cold in there

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Rusthawk said...

In the basement laundry room, so cold in there.


David B said...

i think it would be great to use in my living room it looks really economic


Olivia R said...

My sister could really use this to best the living room where she and my 3 month old niece sit briskly cold right now because the windows are over 100 years old, like the house


D Hernandez said...

I would use this in my home office located in the basement. It is always very chilly down there!


Xty C said...

we would put in out bedroom especially with this very bad weather -50s


Rebecca Graham said...

I would use it in my bedroom to stay warm.

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Jennifer said...

I would use it to heat our bedroom. It would save us money.

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Renee Walters said...

I'd like to use this heater to heat my bedroom. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
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Puddles and Poop said...

We will use this in our room where our newborn baby girl will sleep for her first year.

Erin K. (erinknack08@yahoo.com)


My Wild Crazy Life said...

Our house is so flipping cold because it is a log house. I will use this upstairs at night for the girls to stay warm. The heater goes up there, but just doesn't keep it warm enough.
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Rodney Jackson said...

I would put it in the family room


Tamar said...

In the den!


Pat Turner said...

I would use it in my freezing cold bathroom!


Amanda G. said...

I will use it in our living room because it gets colder there than anywhere else in the house.


Candace Siepker said...

I would use this in my daughter's room. Her room is always the coldest in the entire house.


sweeps9854 said...

I would use it at work! Our office is super cold and drafty!


lisa said...

I would use it in our basement it gets pretty chilly down there in the winter!
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Savannah Logan said...

I would give this to my grandmother, shes always complaining that her house isn't warm enough and she'd really get good use out of this.


stew said...

I will use this heater in my bird room to keep my parrots warm when the temperature drops outside.


mimo said...

I will use this in my home office to heat the room when I'm working from home.


Patricia Wojnar Crowley said...

I'd use this out on my sun porch!


socratesjr said...

tHERE is no access to the uninsulted main bedroom so it gets COLD! I would use it in that room.


Paula Michele Hafner said...

I would use it in the diningroom/office area. It's usually 5-10 degrees colder there than the rest of the house.


Karen A. said...

I'd use it in the spare room where my computer is. Right beside me because my legs are always cold.


SexyBrat said...

I'd use it in our garage while we play pool..


Serenap95 said...

I'd give it to my brother.


coriwestphal said...

We just finished our basement, and it's chilly willy down there! I think we'd use the space a lot more in the winter if we had a little heater like this!

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Monique Eckert said...

We would use this downstairs I. Our finished basement where it is freezing!


Lorena said...

We could probably heat our house with this, it is pretty small. So our heating bill would be much lower.


J. Snider said...

I will use it on our basement.


justicecw said...

It would be perfect for the basement...it gets so cold there


llodter said...

I would use it in my family room. It's always freezing.


mecarolks said...

I would use this to heat my room overnight. I get cold so this would be great.


Eileen Richter said...

We have a very small house and my husband is trying to close in a back screen porch to gain some more space. But we are not venting heat to this. This heater would be so nice to warm it so I don't need to wait til last spring to enjoy this plain but cozy room. I asked for the room to get better healing and light for some health issues. Can't wait to use it!


Anastasia Falling said...

I would use this in the living room :) It would reach most of the house from there :)


Sara Joy said...

I would use it in our main living area it'd help toast things up.


Lisa Weidknecht said...

Our bedroom gets drafty so I'd use it in there.


weta1972 said...

Would love to turn furnace down and use it in family room!!
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latanya t said...

in our living room to stay warm


Kimmy Stebbins said...

I would def use this to heat my apartment. My bill is usually $250 per month in the winter Yikes!


Cameron Anderson said...

My room is right above the garage so it gets pretty chilly. I'd use it to heat the room without needing to heat the whole house.


Abigail said...

Our guest room was turned into baby #2's nursery so I would use this in our basement where my mom now sleeps on a pull out couch when she visits


Jeni said...

we would use this to heat our kitchen its always the coldest room in the house


Mer said...

This does look nice and cozy! I'd use it in the basement as the den down there is so hard to heat in the winter.


mogrill said...

I would use it in my office, which never warms up!
Thanks for the chance.
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Linda said...

I would use it in my computer room to keep me warm while on the computer.
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maggie Hughes said...

in my living room! this would be perfect because it gets so cold.


heymissvirginia said...

I will use this in my bedroom at night so I don't have to heat the whole house up.
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Courtney B said...

omg i want this !:) this would be great for my son's room! its so cold in there!


Lynn said...

I would use this heater to warm up my apartment. As a college student saving on electric bills makes a huge difference on my quality of life!

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Bri S. said...

We live in an area that gets very cold during the winter, so this heater will definitely come in handy.


The Fam said...

In our main living area!


steve stone said...

i will give this to my wife to use at work under her desk.
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Jennifer said...

I need it for my living room that get's cold in the winter.
Jennifer Dunaway


kyl neusch said...

use in living room


Tammy Woodall said...

This would definitely come in handy. I would use it in situations like which happened to us today. Our heat is produced by Propane Gas. We didn't realize that we were so low on Gas and we woke up freezing because of 0%. We've been waiting all day for the Gas Man to come... its been freezing all day. Thank goodness for blankets and socks.


smilekisses said...

I'd probably move it around the house, especially the back of the house which is always so cold.


hedgerhousehold said...

Will use it in the living room to help heat it up when we are all in there watching a movie


Becca said...

We spend most of our time at the kitchen table so I would use it there. It's always so cold!


MissKate126 said...

I would use this in my room instead of the central heating.


Heather Panjon said...

I'd Use It In My Family Room During The Day To Save On The Heating Bill.


Julie D. said...

I have a cold spot in my house near my desk, so I'd use it there.


Sarah Stevens said...

I would use it in my sons room. Its in the basement and it stays cold in the winter. I am sure this would make it much more comfortable!


kellyr78 said...

I would use this in my living room to keep it warm.

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- Epic Fail said...

I'd use it in my craft room! It always gets chilly in there!

Jessica Rose
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Francine said...

In my living room it has a draft


Jen said...

I will use it in the living room


Pam OLeary said...

I will use this in my living room - it is a huge room and always cold.


Cassandra Eastman said...

I would use it in our living room to help heat it up, and our bedroom at night!


Danalee said...

I would use it in my baby's room.


Sarah Hayes said...

my sister will use it in her apartment


Eileen Richter said...

We would use in our porch my husband is closing in this fall/winter. Sure could use it RIGHT Bout now!

Thanks much for hosting!


Mary T said...

I'd turn down the central heat, and use the heater in the room we are using. Thanks for hosting!


Pam L. said...

I would use it in the family room. Anything to help cut the gas bill cost would be great. It has been a very cold winter in the Midwest this year.


Wendy said...

We have some really drafty areas in the older part of our house.


reina tamayo said...

I would use this to heat my room overnight.


Gates family said...

I would use it our bathroom, it seems to be the coldest room in the house and there are times when you just don't want to sit down on a cold toilet


terry maigi said...

I would use this heater in our living room. We have tall ceilings so sometimes its hard for the room to stay warm. And this is the coldest winter we've had in YEARS!


Deb Christie said...

I would use it in the family room which tends to be drafty and cool.


crboyd said...

I would use this to heat our oh so cold kitchen in the mornings.We have to bundle up just to go in there to make breakfast, It would be great to not have to be an eskimo to get a cup of joe!


The Smart Savvy Mama said...

I would use it for myself. My husband is always hot and I am always cold. This would be perfect for my side of the room! Julie smartsavvymama@gmail.com


Jessamine Dungo said...

I will use this in our living room since it's always cooler there than in other parts of our home.


Robin T said...

I will put this in living room which tends to be a little cool.

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Amelia Drew said...

I would use this as a space heater near my bed sweepsamelia@hotmail.com


Kitty Iecvan said...

I'd use this in my bedroom at night.


Teresa Thompson said...

I would use it in my bedroom.


J. Olson said...

This would be great for our basement where my son's room is!
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Elizabeth said...

I would use this at work! My office is so cold during the winter months! I would use it everyday


Derek Timm said...

This would be great for in my bedroom. I usually keep the temperature down in the house to save money.

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Erica C. said...

I'd like to use this at work.


jtwark said...

i will use it in the bedroom

JOSEPH GERSCH

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gpmonkey said...

I would use it to warm up the bedroom before bedtime.


Kim said...

I would use it in the living room!
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Joe Cobb said...

my space heater just broke. Could really use this


anny32 said...

i would put it in the great room to substitute the very expensive base boards
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bryan clark said...

in the family room so we can watch movies together


Rebecca Parsons said...

I would use it upstairs it is very drafty.


Jill Myrick (jsc123) said...

I would use this heater in our den where it always seems to be cold.

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Karen Drake said...

I would use this heater in my bedroom.


Stephanie Larison said...

I would use it in our bedroom!

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