The Dr. Infrared Heater comes with a range of safety features to minimize fire risk.
Common risks with space heaters include overheating and falling over. The Dr. Infrared Heater has protection for both. Its 72-inch cord allows you to move it far away from flammable items like curtains or bedsheets to reduce fire hazards too.
The wood casing around the heater also makes it cool to the touch, so it’s safer for curious kids and pets in your home. Plus, it sports a UL listing, earning our trust for its safety features.
The Dr. Infrared Heater is safe, but that doesn’t mean it’s weak.
It can heat up to 1,000 square feet evenly up to 85° F. The dual heating system distributes the heat and has an energy-saving mode to avoid burning through your wallet.
You can control all the Dr. Infrared Heater’s settings through a remote control. So you can set the timer, bring up the heat, or switch to fan mode without getting out of your toasty blanket cocoon.
The biggest downside to the Dr. Infrared Heater is the price. It costs over $100, but for an appliance that’s part space heater, part humidifier, and part fan, it’s easily the best deal around.