Your heating bill is through the roof and you’re tired of it. Or maybe you don’t have a heating bill at all, because you don’t have a heat source.
Whichever problem you’re facing, we have the solution – a portable space heater.
Space Heater Overview
We’ve collected our favorite space heaters into this one convenient location just for you. Each of these space heaters is popular and is among the best selling on the entire internet market.
Ready to make your choice? The table below should help you do just that.
Good: Its spinning vortex of air reaches further, allowing this small device to heat mid-sized areas of space.
Not so good: The coils used in this unit tend to use more electricity than any of the other forms of heat, meaning this will have a more significant impact on your heating bill.
Bottom Line: You’ll have to decide if you’d rather save space in your room or money on your electricity bill.
Good: This stylish heater not only looks good, it’s also packed with special features and 7 programmable temperature settings.
Not so good: It’s not nearly rugged enough for use in a garage or workshop.
Bottom Line: Finally, a heater that doesn’t look like a heater and will lend to your elegant interior décor without compromise in terms of function.
Good: Since it uses two types of heat it should heat your room quickly and effectively, leaving you warm for longer after it turns off.
Not so good: We can’t ignore the fact that this is the only option on our list that is valued at over $100 and yet it does not come with a timer.
Bottom Line: It could bend the budget of some people, but it’s hard to put a price on the effectiveness of this heater in large spaces.
Good: It will continue to heat your room at a low level for a while after it has been turned off.
Not so good: You may struggle to find adequate room for this oversized heater in your small space, and it isn’t equipped to heat your mid-sized or large space.
Bottom Line: Its size may make it difficult for some people to accept, but if you can look past that and make room for it, it’s the best option for people who prefer oil-filled heaters.
Good: Small, compact, and lightweight, this heater is built specifically for tiny spaces and handles the job of heating them well.
Not so good: It does not have extra special features and it won’t heat the objects inside a space – only the air.
Bottom Line: If used to its specifications it should create an adequately warm environment in small spaces.
Good: At only one inch in depth, this can be hung on a wall without the worry that it will be in your way.
Not so good: When not mounted on a wall, this heater must sit on a rather large base.
Bottom Line: You have to hang it so that it will actually save space in your room, otherwise it will not.
Good: Its slim design and tall stature mean that it not only fits well into many spaces but that it will project heat over your furniture.
Not so good: It doesn’t offer a large range of settings, with its highest being 1500 watts and its lowest being 1000 watts.
Bottom Line: Not ideal for those who like to slowly heat their spaces, but perfect for those with crowded rooms.
Good: Its compact design and focused heat mean that it will adequately heat a tiny area of space without taking up much space of its own.
Not so good: It will struggle to heat even a very small room, on account of its size and the fact that it doesn’t oscillate.
Bottom Line: The very things that make it good for some people make it terrible for others – consider your needs carefully.
Good: It can easily be incorporated into a small space thanks to its trendy design and compact size.
Not so good: Its ridiculously small size means that it may not circulate heat well throughout the room.
Bottom Line: It’s good if you plan to use it just to heat a small part of your space, such as the area around your desk or your lounge zone.
Good: The visual display on its remote allows you to control its many customizable settings.
Not so good: Its tall stature, while good for some spaces, will not allow it to fit well in others.
Bottom Line: The ideal choice for people who need to alter their settings often but who cannot get up to do it each time.
Good: You can customize your user experience by selecting either Celsius or Fahrenheit, programming the temperature and more.
Not so good: Its rather large overall size will make it difficult for some people to incorporate it into their spaces.
Bottom Line: The large size of this heater may make it hard to fit into some spaces, but since it’s made for large rooms and doubles as a table you shouldn’t have a problem.