Best space heater for a small or large room in 2016

Well it is that time of the year again where people do not want to put their entire heating system on because they either do not need to at this time, or the cost is too high to heat the entire home. No matter what your reason is, is does not matter, all that will be of interest to you is what’s the best space heater for either a small or large room.

Now, we all will be looking to heat up different rooms, and so it does not matter if your space heater is for an office, RV, bedroom, living room, or just a small room in your apartment because there’s always a heater for you – you just have to find the right one that suits your needs.


For those of you looking for something small, then the Honeywell HCE200W UberHeat Ceramic Heater is a great option. While it might not be the cheapest of its kind, the improved performance makes it easier to swallow spending that little bit extra. What you will like about this model is the small design and how quick it will heat a small room up. However, we suspect that some of you could be put off by how noisy it is. If this is the case, then you might wish to consider the Lasko 754200 instead. In terms of price expect to pay around $35 for the former and $24 for the latter.


If you are looking for a heater for a larger room, then there are certainly many options out there for you. However, one that you should put on your short list is the DeLonghi EW7507EB Oil Filled Radiator. You will see on the Amazon product page that it has received some very positive reviews, and so has been awarded 4 out of 5 stars. The one issue that people have is that it cam be slow to warm up, but once at temperature it’s able to keep larger rooms warm with ease. In terms of price, expect to pay around $90.


For those of you that are looking for a heater that twill warm in much less time, but are not too concerned about having to pay extra, then you might want to consider the Duronic HV101. This is an oil-free 2.5KW Radiant Convector Heater that does not burn the oxygen in the room, and with it being light makes it easy to move around the room, or whenever you have it, even in your garage. As for price, it will cost about $135.

Other models to consider are the De’Longhi Radia S Eco TRRS 0715E, Dimplex Studio G 2.5 KW Ceramic Tower Heater, the Duraflame 10IF9239BLK Infrared Quartz Heater, and also the Lifesmart Medium Room Infrared Heater.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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