Holmes HQH307 Tower Quartz Heater

Holmes HQH307-NU Tower Quartz Heater

  • Tip-over protection
  • Auto-safety shut off
  • Comfort control thermostat
  • Instant, sun-like heat
  • Two heat mode settings
Holmes HQH307 Tower Quartz Heater This Holmes Tower Quartz Heater combines the best of both worlds. Two pure quartz tubes deliver instant radiant heat that feels like the sun. A MaxFlow fan pushes heat further into the room. Comfort control thermostat lets you adjust the heat to precisely what you want. Bask in instant warmth with this large floor heater. Thanks to its patented MaxFlow fan system, the heater radiates immediate warmth without causing a draft. And because the case is slightly

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2 Responses to “Holmes HQH307 Tower Quartz Heater”

  1. Gary X says:
    54 of 56 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for small spaces, but noisy, December 20, 2004
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    Gary X (New Jersey) –

    This review is from: Holmes HQH307 Tower Quartz Heater (Kitchen)

    This unit does a good job heating up my small office (measuring about 10′x12′) rather quickly, and its thermal control keeps the room in a comfortable temperature by turning the unit on and off automatically. The unit radiates heat over a pretty large area (with a small fan helping push the hot air out front). This means that it probably will do a good job keeping you warm in a larger space as well, as long as it’s placed closeby.

    My only complaint is the noise. The unit makes a rather loud rattling noise when its heating elements turn on, which lasts about 10-15 seconds. The fan is reasonably quiet in the low setting, but can be distracting when on high. I certainly wouldn’t put one of these in the bedroom.

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  2. M. TAYLOR "Bargain Shopper" says:
    38 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    I only buy radiant heaters, November 29, 2005
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    This review is from: Holmes HQH307 Tower Quartz Heater (Kitchen)

    I have this radiant heater and 2 similar models. They are all noisy for about 15 seconds when they turn on. I suggest running it on low in small rooms so it does not cycle on and off. I buy this type of heater for 2 reasons. 1. I find that forced air heaters dry out the air, which irritates by allergies. 2. The biggest reason is that my cats LOVE laying in front of these heaters for hours. The heater gives off a glow which feels like you are sitting in the sun. I have been using them for years without any safety issues, just use common sense.

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