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Old ra­di­a­tor just not cut­ting it this win­ter? There are plenty of choices w when it comes to keep­ing warm. Con­sider the size of the room you n need to heat then look for op­tions such as a pro­gram­mable timer, an and safety fea­tures such as ther­mal cut-off.

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This heater boasts a ce­ramic heat­ing el­e­ment which trans­lates into fast and ef­fi­cient de­frost­ing. An LCD dig­i­tal dis­play will keep you in the know and the eight-hour pro­gram­mable timer and vari­able ther­mo­stat con­trol will put an end to wak­ing up to an icy home. Ce­ramic tower heater, $139.95 from Kam­brook, This glass panel heater is as sleek as they come and also boasts safety func­tions like a tilt switch to turn it off if it ac­ci­den­tally top­ples over. An elec­tronic ther­mo­stat, 24-hour timer, LED dis­play and two heat set­tings add sub­stance to all that style. Goldair glass panel heater, $269 from Do­mayne,

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