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Honeywell HZ-385E Oscillating Ceramic Tower Fan Heater - 1.8 kW, Black/Silver
|Price:||£61.27 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details|
- Premium electronic control package with an illuminated and easy-to-use control panel
- Variable thermostat for constant room temperature
- AutoSafeGuard alert badge shows when grille is too hot to touch and Safety Sentinel technology
- 1, 2, 4 or 8 hour timer with auto-shut off
- Oscillation feature
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The Honeywell HZ-385 is a oscillating ceramic tower heater for individual appliances. It combines safety and design with unique features such as the Safety Sentinel Technology which senses when an object is too close and turns the heater off until the object is removed, and the Auto Safe Guard alert badge that shows when the grill is too hot to touch. The digital display shows preset temperature and there is an automatic shut-off when preset room temperature is reached. Stylish design that is assembled and ready to plug in now.
The Honeywell HZ-385 is a modern oscillating ceramic tower heater for individual appliances.
It combines safety and design with unique features such as the Safety Sentinel Technology which senses when an object is too close and turns the heater off until the object is removed, and the Auto Safe Guard alert badge that shows when the grill is too hot to touch. The digital display shows preset temperature and there is an automatic shut-off when preset room temperature is reached. Stylish design that is assembled and ready to plug in now. This product also comes with a 3 year warranty.
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Top Customer Reviews
switched itself off,but not back on.fan became noisey,then decide it would work when it felt like it,
Rang Honeywell told to return for replacement.Agree with other comment packaging poor.
It has quite a small footprint but is approximately 2 ft high.
Instructions are quite poor but it is fairly intuitive to use.
There are only two heat settings - 1800w and 1100w. This is enough to provide adequate local heating but may not be suffice to heat a whole room.
The timer is rudimentary.
Oscillating motion is quite slow and can be turned off.
It's a tall thin heater, which means that it doesn't take up too much floor space, but you do have to allow for the movement of the fan as it oscillates and also enough space around the heater so as not to inadvertently get in the way of the heater and trigger it's auto-off switch which acts as a safeguard against accidents. There is also a trigger on the base of the heater, which means that if the heater gets knocked over, the connection with the floor is lost and the heater knows it isn't pressing down on the button anymore, so switches off. Very clever!
The style is fairly modern, although slightly dated in a strange way (perhaps it is the digital display with its red digits, which reminds me of an old digital alarm clock I had in the eighties!) I would much rather have a heater which looks like this than a grey plastic one which just looks grubby and sad though. The noise level is fairly standard for a fan heater - not silent by any means, but bearable to ensure that a room is nicely warmed.
For the money, I would look around at other similar heaters - there are some with remote controls, which allow you to stay relaxed on the sofa and control your heater without jumping up and down to make adjustments.
There is an LCD display that lets you know what temperature it is set to and there is also a timer function for 1, 2, 4 or 8 hours.
The carry handle feels sturdy enough and the heater oscillates and kicks out plenty of warmth - it heats us up when we sit on the couch 2 metres away.
There is also an energy saving setting - it can be run at 1.8kw or 1.1kw, we normally use the lower energy setting and it's still plenty warm enough.
Well worth the money with winter coming up.
Would have been perfect if it came with a remote - but don't think it be fair to deduct any marks for that!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
bought this heater for about three 3months ago,i was amazed when it first arrived.It gives me awful problems now that its getting coldin the winter days. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Aseda
It is now 10 days past the cut-off (only 30 days) to return this item for a refund. Yesterday, it stopped working. You guys must make a lot of money on this model! Read morePublished 8 months ago by P. Ashe
generates plenty of warmth for the big rooms in our victorian flat. quiet, but not silent.Published 9 months ago by Samo
Bought one for 80 year old mother so need to be safe and easy to use. I particularly like the thermostat and oscillating features.Published 10 months ago by Joe
This tower is pretty small and convenient, but does a good job of warming up an area or a small room. Read morePublished 12 months ago by T.K.
It was brilliant as long as it lasted, but it stopped working just after one winter.
Durability wise it's a terrible product. Don't waste your money on it!
This heater is very stylish, small and discreet but nevertheless heats a room very quickly. It has a thermostatic setting which can be dialled to a specific temperature - that... Read morePublished 12 months ago by C. Ball
I used this twice and then it stopped working. There's a burning smell from it. It's a cheap-looking fan-heater with a brittle plastic. Read morePublished 12 months ago by D Deacon
I'm a little surprised to see all the negative reviews here - like one other reviewer, I have to assume that Honeywell have since addressed a lot of the issues, because what I... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mike Stevenson