Honeywell Digital Electric Radiator HZ-717-WMT

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By: Honeywell
Walmart #: 550596616
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  • Ideal for heating large rooms
  • Programmable thermostat
  • 2 heat settings
  • 1-hour to 12-hour automatic shut-off timer
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    About this item

    When you need a little extra warmth in a room, the Honeywell Electric Oil-Filled Convection Radiator Heater is a smart choice. This oil-filled convection heater is intended for heating large rooms and has a programmable thermostat to reach the right temperature. The digital display is easy to read, and the one- to 12-hour automatic shut-off timer ensures that you are not wasting electricity. The easy-glide wheels on the HZ-717 WMT Honeywell Electric Radiator Heater makes it easy to move around the room to where it is needed most. This oil-filled convection heater is good for use in bedrooms due to its quiet operation, and the two heat settings allow you to control how warm the room gets.
     

    Honeywell Digital Electric Radiator HZ-717-WMT:        

  • Ideal for heating large rooms
  • Programmable thermostat
  • 2 heat settings
  • 1-hour to 12-hour automatic shut-off timer
  • Digital display
  • Easy-glide wheels
  • Carrying handle
  • Model# HZ-717-WMT
  • Specifications

    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: HZ-717-WMT
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 27.7
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 13.622 x 10.827 x 25.197
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 550596616
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    Customer Reviews | 68 reviews | 4 out of 5

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    Great product, I am surprised at the results!
    1/9/2013

    Customer review by Visink

    5.0 stars by Visink

    This is a great product. I am surprised it performs as well as it does. We have a large, non insulated rec room that is a conversion of 1/2 of our detached garage. We've been struggling to heat it for the past several years in the winter with a fan + heating element type space heater. Within hours of plugging in the Honeywell, our rec room went from 29 degrees to 65 and held there. Now to be clear, I'm not sure the exact size, this is the 1 1/2 section of a 2 1/2 car detached garage with single pane windows and no wall or ceiling insulation at all, just drywall. We could easily get it up to 75+ degrees F if we had 2 of these, but with our mild winters here in WA state, 65 is plenty. I can get it to around 70 or so if I use the fan type heater we already had to supplement the Honeywell. I am very happy with this product and would recommend it to anyone who has a difficult or even not so difficult space to heat. One other thing to note, is I haven't seen a real noticeable rise in our electric bill, maybe a little when we are using both heaters, but not even close to what I thought it would be.

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    Visink
    Tacoma, WA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Male
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Every day
    Exceeded my expectations
    1/2/2013

    Customer review by queenofcacti

    5.0 stars by queenofcacti

    I have had my Honeywell Oil-Filled Heater for five years and it has worked perfectly until yesterday, when it suddenly quit. In the past 24 hours, I have learned that you must be very carefully with the plugs on these heaters. If the plug is not plugged in 100% or becomes jarred a bit loose, it seems to overheat and back up into your heater, which then shuts down, and you won't be able to restart it for a period of time. I had moved my heater into the doorway of another room, and the plug became a bit detached. Other electric heaters I have require several hours of being unplugged in order to "reset" the internal thermostat. Thinking I would try that before ordering a new one, I unplugged it and pulled it aside for several hours. When I wanted to plug it in for the night, it worked perfectly! I run this little heater in the great room (living room - kitchen combo) on low at night, and it seems to keep our entire small house warmer than 55 to 60 degrees. I actually believe it saves electricity because we're not running every heater in the house on high trying to re-heat the house the next morning. I'm very happy with this heater, and I would recommend it!

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    queenofcacti
    Deming, New Mexico
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Female
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:Every day
    Great for a large room
    11/11/2012

    Customer review by MMNC

    5.0 stars by MMNC

    We have had this heater for over a year and love it. It keeps our space plenty warm.

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    MMNC
    Lancaster CA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Female
    Age:25 - 34
    Usage:Every day
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    honeywell hz717 wmt heater
    by andy 11/21/2012
    • It's suggested that it is at least 3 feet away from anything, as the unit gets hot to the touch.
      by BNBRATT2/7/2014
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    • The instructions say, keep it 3 feet from the wall or furniture, curtains etc. I would use careful discernment. I simply didn't have the room to keep it 3 feet from the wall and the bed and dresser, so I put it at a sensible distance from all of them and when first operating it, checked to see if the nearby surfaces were warmer to the touch that those further away. The answer was, in my situation, not a significant amount. Use caution, test out your own situation over the time period that you will typically have the heater running.
      by NativeNewMexiCAN12/1/2013
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    • For safety reasons, it should be no less than 3 feet away from any wall or combustible surface.
      by PB9211/13/2013
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    • Though this heater does radiate in all directions, physics dictates that heat rises. For safety reasons though, I would keep this unit at least 3 feet away from anything, including walls. I have mine about 2 feet away from a wooden coffee table, due to limitations on placement in the room I have it in and haven't had any problems, but again, to be safe, I would keep it 3 or more feet away.
      by Visink12/4/2013
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    • these work better out in the open rather than close to a wall
      by kywallyworld1/14/2013
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