Pictures

75PRO SCORE
GIVE IT AN OVERALL RATING
3.75 1 5 0
3.75
4 VOTES

The Lasko 6462 Full Circle Warmth ceramic heater sweeps warmth up to a full 360-Degree.

Where to buy

Seller Price Seller Rating
Show more
Pros

Remote control

1 agrees

Produce enough heat

1 agrees

Outstanding design

1 agrees
  • Only 3 words are allowed.
Cons

A bit noisy

1 agrees
  • Only 3 words are allowed.
Edit

 

The Lasko 6462 Full Circle Warmth ceramic heater sweeps warmth up to a full 360-Degree. 25-Inch height projects warmth around the room. Features multi-function remote control. Easy to clean filter keep unit running efficiently. Safety features include safe ceramic element, overheat protection, safety plastic and cool-touch housing.

Edit Delete

Features

  • Programmable to sweep heat 90-degree, 170-degree or full 360-degree
  • Digital programmable thermostat
  • Simple base assembly required. 25" tall
  • 1500-Watt of comforting warmth with high, low and thermostat controlled settings
  • ETL listed for safety
  • Simple base assembly required
Add New

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does it make a fan-like noise?

    Yes, it does, but it is extremely quiet.

  • What is the temperature range on the thermostat? Lowest and highest settings.

    The temp range is 39-90 degrees.

  • What is the estimated cost per month i can expect on my electrc bill?

    It depends on the cost of electricity per kilowatt-hour (kw-hr) from your power company. A kw-hr is 1000 watts of electrical load for 1 hour. So, for each hour of operation, that heater uses 1.5 kw-hrs. Multiply that by the cost of the electricity per kw-hr and you'll know how much that heater costs to run each hour. Then multiply that by the number of hours it's operating in a month and you'll know the impact on your monthly bill. For example, if electricity costs 10 cents per kw-hr, the heater costs 15 cents an hour to operate. That's $3.60 per 24 hour day, $25.20 per 7 day week, and $108 for a 30-day month.

  • Add New FAQ

About Us