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Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Capacity:|
|Thermostat Heat Control:||Yes|
|Tip Over Shut-Off:||Yes|
|Power Cord Included:||Yes|
|Power and Performance:|
|Heater Rating (btu.):||4100|
|Heater Rating (watts.):||1200|
|Heating Area (Sq. Ft.):||120|
Ratings & Reviews
Kenmore — trusted in the homes of more than 100 million Americans.
The compact Kenmore 91200 ceramic indoor heater has an ultra-slim, space-saving design that makes it ideal for desk or table tops. The thermostat lets you adjust the heat to a temperature that's comfortable for you. The large LED indicator light makes it easy to tell from a distance whether the heater is on. For your safety, this Kenmore deramic heater shuts off automatically if it tips over or becomes too hot.
- Energy-efficient 1200 watts or power
- Power-on indicator LED
- Adjustable thermostat regulates heating temperatures for comfort and energy efficiency
- Flame-resistant plastic case and durable metal grills adds safety and security
- Durable metal grills for added safety and security
- Overheat protection
- Tip-over shutoff
- 7 in. W x 9-4/9 in. H x 3-1/3 in. D
- 3.06 lbs.
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on October 09, 2013
Overall, others give this:
Rego Park, NY
Was desperate for a heater and purchased it at the store. It wasn't new but purchased it anyway after testing it at the store. Pros: portable, quick to heat up, adjustable thermostat, blue/red indicator.
This was a much needed heater since our central heating system went out right as we were in the 20's. All the heaters were sold out and Sears had these two only and we took them. They kept our bedroom nice and toasty and made the downstairs living room with our fireplace bearable.
Harker Heights, TX
Los Angeles, CA
This is a fabulous device for a whole thirty seconds. It was advertised pretty well, on sale, so I thought I would give it a shot. Nothing kills a bad product faster than good advertising. I took it home, read the instructions and plugged it in. I cranked the thermostat to about 4 o'clock and let it heat up my room... For about thirty seconds. Then the heat just stopped and the whole device turned off. So I began to play around with the thermostat and figured out that once the thermostat reaches whatever set temperature, it turns off until it feels like starting again. Then you can crank the dial to reheat your room for about thirty seconds. It is definitely not for someone looking to heat up their room while watching TV. You really have to attend every second of your time to this thing. This thing is too much of a nuisance to use and I will be getting my money back soon. Now I know why it was on sale. Not worth it.