Honeywell Silent Room Heater HZ-709-WMT

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Honeywell Silent Room Heater HZ-709-WMT
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Stay warm and comfortable with the Honeywell Silent Room Heater. It provides consistent heat to your room to keep you cozy and warm. This Honeywell heater features durable, long lasting metal construction. It is compact, portable, and quiet. The Honeywell Silent Room Heater includes thermostat with digital controls designed for setting precise temperature. The timer function has settings from one to 18 hours.

About this item

Stay warm and comfortable with the Honeywell Silent Room Heater. It provides consistent heat to your room to keep you cozy and warm. This Honeywell heater features durable, long lasting metal construction. It is compact, portable, and quiet. The Honeywell Silent Room Heater includes thermostat with digital controls designed for setting precise temperature. The timer function has settings from one to 18 hours.

Honeywell Silent Room Heater:

  • Silent running
  • Consistent, even heating
  • Metal construction
  • Portable
  • Digital controls
  • Includes thermostat
  • 1 to 18 hour timer
  • Model: HZ-0364u-WMT
  • Specifications

    Power Output Watts: 1,500
    Model No.: HZ-709-WMT
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 27.15
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 6.0 x 11.75 x 25.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported
    Walmart No.: 1131866
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    10/20/2010

    Customer review by keyz88

    5.0 stars 10/20/2010 by keyz88
    by keyz88

    Honeywell HZ-709 7 Fin Oil Filled Radiator Heater with Digital Controls Purchased the HZ-709 last winter because my (much older 6 year old digital controlled Honeywell) stopped working on the low setting. Used it dutifully about 10 hours a day (in winter) for all that time. Since that one easily paid for itself in its first month anyway... I have only GREAT things to saw about both the older and newer HZ-709. Easy to use (didn't have to dig the manual out to figure how it functioned last winter). Improvements with the HZ-709: 3 settings instead of 2, a pull handle for easier mobility when needed. All the other nice features are listed in the product description. I use the HZ-709 on the lowest setting in a 16x16 room. I have a Kill-A-Watt to check the wattage on all 3 level settings and low was about 300 watts if I remember correctly. PERFECT!!!. I love the "oil filled radiator heater" type since there are no exposed heating elements. After a moment or two of the oil warming up, it is dead quiet otherwise (the oil normally crackles slightly when warming up). I additionally place a small 4" fan several feet away to help disperse the warm if I utilize it in a larger room. My heating bills are cut in half since I only reside in 1 or 2 rooms after work in the winter months. Imagine my joy when I noticed there were two units (a box and) in stock at a local store left over from last year. I purchased one for my mother and an using the second unit downstairs. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

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    keyz88
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Excellent choice!
    11/6/2010

    Customer review by PetsnKids

    5.0 stars 11/6/2010 by PetsnKids
    by PetsnKids

    I have a reasonably large tri-level house that was heated with an old gas-pak unit. For whatever reason, the gas prices were getting way out of hand($600/1mo), so we decided to try this heater. WOW! what a difference. Our heating expenses went WAY down and the heater is very quiet and does an excellent job. We currently have one of these heaters for each floor of our house which is the only source of heat being used in our house now. As the other review mentioned, I do use a fan in combination with the units. Either a ceiling fan in some rooms, or upstairs I use a floor oscillating fan. These heaters are very easy to use and definitely do a great job in heating an area.

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    PetsnKids
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Excellent purchase
    1/23/2011

    Customer review by StephanieKT

    5.0 stars 1/23/2011 by StephanieKT
    by StephanieKT

    This is an excellent heater. It works very well heating up our 900 sq ft apartment. Very energy efficient and quiet. We use this as our only heat source.

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    StephanieKT
    Marietta, GA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:3 - 4 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Awesome!!!
    11/4/2010

    Customer review by QueenDede

    5.0 stars 11/4/2010 by QueenDede
    by QueenDede

    I purchased my heaters in early October. Tonight is the first night I used my heaters and I love it! It does take a while to heat up, but when it does it keeps my house warm. I use one for my room and one for my daughter's room. Her room heats up so fast that I have to keep it on low. My room is very big and it takes a little longer to get it warm but it does its job.

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    QueenDede
    Fairburn, Georgia
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every few days
    Perfect Addition for the Winter
    11/18/2011

    Customer review by Ostara864

    5.0 stars 11/18/2011 by Ostara864
    by Ostara864

    It is in the 20s at night for at least 4 months/year where I live, and I live in an older manufactured home that is poorly insulated and heated by propane, which is unbelievably expensive. I put in new double-paned windows and a new efficient furnace, and only heat the house for a couple hours a day (normally the thermostat stays at 55) but propane still runs $1000/year. And this year propane is $1.00+ more a gallon than ever before! Electric here is very inexpensive, so I've been using ceramic fan-type space heaters in the bathroom or to heat a single room when I work at home. Someone recently told me that the oil type heaters are much more efficient, and being that I am chronically cold (I'm always cold when no one else is), I thought I'd try it. I picked this one based on the reviews, even though it was more expensive than some of the others. This heater is my new best friend, for someone who is miserable being cold, this is the best purchase I've made in a long time. It doesn't replace my other heat options though, but I use them a lot less. First, it has very useful digital controls. There are three wattage settings, and you push this little bar to set your wattage and it shows in the readout. I put it on the highest one to get it warmed up, and then put it on the lowest one after its reached temperature. It has a digital readout of the room temperature, and even though it is definitely warmer right around the unit if you don't have a fan on (another nice feature is that you can warm your hands over it), the thermostat seems accurate because it matches what my house thermostat says or is one degree higher. Then you can pick what temperature you want your room to be by pushing the little bar. There is also a timer so that it will turn off after so many hours, but I haven't used that. The book says to unplug it when you are not using it, so I've been doing that. It probably says that so something doesn't accidentally turn it on because the on button is right on the front. It also looks nice in a sleek black and "chrome" finish with a green digital light. It has wheels and a handle that folds down so you can wheel it into the next room, but I do find it hard to pull it around on the carpet. These take a while to heat up, but once it is warm it maintains the room temperature perfectly. My furnace lets the room temperature vary by 2 degrees before it kicks on because of the way modern digital thermostats are, which being a cold person was not working well for me. But the oil heater is nicely evenly warm. It makes a bubbling noise when it first starts up, and a couple times I heard it make a sound like a dripping faucet for a minute when it switches modes, but if it still does that I guess I learned to sleep through it. When I get home from work the furnace is on a timer and gets the house up to 64, or if it's really cold outside I'll kick it to 68, and then turn on the oil heater to 70-71. Once it is nice and warm I'll turn it down to the low wattage, and then it usually keeps the room at 68 although I have its goal set at 71. It keeps one medium living room and the kitchen at that temperature without the furnace coming back on again for the rest of the evening. The bedroom gets a little spillover heat, and at night I move it in there and put it on the lowest wattage and 59. By the morning the walls and floor are cold to the touch, but the room feels great. I still use the ceramic heater for the bathroom because it puts out a bunch of heat fast, and the book for the oil heater says not to use it in bathrooms because of the moisture. When you turn it on the next day (even after having it unplugged) it remembers how you had it set last. (?) It would not be good for little kids or animals that might touch it. It also is supposed to be 3' away from anything, with no other appliances on the same outlet, and it took me a while to figure out where to put it. The fuse blew when I had it on high and the microwave and some lights on the same circuit. I'll see how I feel about it when I get the electric bill!

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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    by imsis76 11/19/2010
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    • A. Yes
      by m0ondog2/8/2012
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    • A. Yes. But one of 2 I bought leaks after less than 4 months of use and returning it costs too much. Get an extended warranty if possible.
      by GrammaHomeward1/31/2012
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    • A. Yes it is a sealed, oil filled unit that never requires any maintenance as far as the oil goes.
      by Greg741/19/2012
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    • A. Yes. I had the same question before I bought it and it wasn't obvious from the box, but it is written on there somewhere in small print. You can hear the oil move (bubbles) when it first starts.
      by Ostara86411/18/2011
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    • A. Yes. Once oil heats up to desired temperature the unit shuts down until oil cools below set temp. This makes for big savings on energy
      by An anonymous customer11/15/2011
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    • A. Yes it is oil filled in an iron radiator.
      by captcass12/20/2010
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    • A. yes
      by MrTeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee12/12/2010
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    • A. yes
      by LibraryBouncer12/11/2010
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    • A. Yes its oil filled
      by WBIA11/24/2010
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    • A. Yes
      by ETstheman11/24/2010
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    Am I able to set the heater to a specific temperature in degrees F or are there only controls for Low, Med, or High?
    by an anonymous customer 11/28/2010
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    • A. Yes
      by m0ondog2/8/2012
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    • A. You can choose specific temperatures within normal ranges. (However, one of two I purchased had the temperature control button stop working in the upward/increase position. Get the extended warrenty!)
      by GrammaHomeward1/31/2012
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    • A. It does a have a thermostat which you can set from 45 F to 85 F. I set mine at 68 during the day and 62 at night. There are separate settings for generic low, medium and high but I prefer the idea of being able to set the temperature in the room.
      by Greg741/19/2012
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    • A. This one has a button to set the specific temperature you want it at, and a readout that shows you the room temperature. There is a separate button for low, med, and high wattage.
      by Ostara86412/16/2011
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    • A. seperate temperature settings combined with high med or low
      by An anonymous customer1/5/2011
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    • A. Yes, to all your questions... It can be set for both F. and C. as well as a eighteen hour timer. You can set the thermastat to a preferred temperature and set a high medium and low to save on energy. Very confident unit.
      by captcass12/20/2010
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    • A. both. you can set a specific temp, and the controls are for low, medium, and high.
      by MrTeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee12/12/2010
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    • A. yes, but u will never see high temperature
      by MajedB12/11/2010
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    • A. It has a digital thermstat so you can set it on specific temp. Also has a timer, haven't used it but it's neat lol
      by LibraryBouncer12/10/2010
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