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Winters can become bearable with Orpat PTC Heater OPH-1240. The PTC (Positive Thermal Coefficient) Ceramic Heating Element makes it the ideal heater to brave the cold winds of winter as it has over heat auto cut-off protection in case it gets too hot. With 2 heat settings, you can adjust the Ceramic Heating Element according to your own requirement. To keep the temperature in check there is variable thermostat setting. The Orpat PTC Heater OPH-1240 is portable and is safe to handle as it has safety tip-over switch.
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Warms a 10/10 room in 3 hours. GOOD.
When the temperature was really low (about 8 degrees Celsius) this Heater kept me alive. Well, it took some good time about 3 to 4 hours to heat up my room to an extent I wouldn't freeze. But I still had to wear my winter cloths. Don't think this will bring Summer! But if it is about 8 degrees in your other rooms, this one will heat it upto 12 degrees for comfort. Also the swivel or the rotation of the unit helps spread the heat all around. The only con is that you need to shut off your Fridge socket to plug in the 15AMPS plug in. So your room should have the big sockets like that of AC, Water Heaters and Fridge.
A decent heater for a 15 x 12 room...
Product was available at a competitive cost at Snapdeal.
Does not occupy a lot of space.
Adequate cable length.
Warms a 15 x 12 room effectively.
Warming time approximately 30 minutes on Max setting.
A useful safety feature is the auto shut off in case the heater gets knocked down accidently. A must have feature if you have kids or pets in the house.
A must have for temperatures between 10 to 20 degrees. The Heater may not be adequate for extreme temperatures. You would be better off with a oil based heater.