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Best affordable room heaters to warm up your home this winter

With mercury constantly dipping, want to get a room heater to save yourself from winter’s crippling effect? Here’s a list of some of the best ones available in the market.

Winter is coming and since most of us are trapped in owing to the pandemic, we need to make our homes more livable when it gets nippy outside. Solution: Efficient and affordable room heaters.

Here’s a list of some of the best room heaters you can buy well within you your budget:

  1. Orpat OEH-1260 2000-Watt Fan Heater (Price: Rs 1,369)

Orpat OEH-1260 2000-Watt Fan Heater
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Comes with a two-year warranty, this small and compact room heater has two heating settings – 1000 watts and 2000 watts, which can easily heat a 250 sq ft room. To prevent overheating, the device has two-fold safety measure — safety cut-off and thermal cut-off.

Other than spot heating, it can also be used as a fan. The heater consumes 240V and offers variable thermostat settings. It also doesn’t make any noise for your sound sleep.

Pros:

  • Safety cut off
  • Non-sagging
  • Less power consumption
  • Lightweight, easy to carry

Cons:

  • Not ideal for big rooms

 

  1. Maharaja Whiteline Quato 800- Watt Quartz Heater (Price: Rs 1,549)

Maharaja-Whiteline-800w-Quato-rh106-
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This 800W room heater includes two quartz (nickel and chromium) tubes that radiate across a small room of about 100-110 sq ft. It comes with two thermostat settings – 800W and 400W.

This heater has a safety feature of a tip-over safety switch and a thermal cut. This low-power consuming heater comes with a warranty of one year.

Pros:

  • Two modes for heating
  • Fast heating
  • Good for small rooms

Cons:

  • Carrying difficult in absence of handle
  • Not useful for big rooms

 

  1. Usha QH 3002 Quartz Room Heater (Price: Rs 1,630)

Usha QH 3002 Quartz Room Heater
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This light-weight heater runs on 230V that comes with two heating modes – 400 Watts and 800 Watts, making it a low-power consuming heater. When it comes to safety, it has a feature of switch cut off in case it falls or trips over.

You can adjust the temperature according to your requirement as it has an adjustable thermostat. It can only heat a room of 150 sq ft and this radiant heater is perfect for spot heating. To avoid rusting, the heater has a powder coating.

Pros:

  • Supports low power consuming design
  • Safety tip-over switch

Cons:

  • Filament emits more light
  • Not useful for big rooms

 

  1. Usha HC 812 T 2000-Watt Heat Convector (Price: Rs 2,950)

Usha HC 812 T 2000-Watt Heat Convector
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This small room heater comes with three heating modes and two fan speed options. It consumes 1000W and 2000W as per your requirement. The twin blade fan takes care of the heat distribution and you can also adjust the direction.

There’s an in-built thermal cutout which is useful in fluctuating voltage and frequent power cuts. It also has a night light indicator that can be useful in a dark room. It uses 230V for its operation and comes with a one-year warranty.

Pros:

  • Two heating modes
  • Low power consuming
  • Thermal cut out
  • Useful for a big room

Cons:

  • Noisy due to the fan

 

  1. Bajaj Majesty RX11 2000 Watts Heat Convector Room Heater (Price: Rs 3,125)

Bajaj Majesty RX11 2000 Watts Heat Convector Room Heater
Credits: Amazon

This one comes with triple assurance – thermostat, auto thermal cutout and thermal fuse that keeps a check on overheating. Bajaj Majesty RX11 has two heating settings – 1000W and 2000W.  It uses a fan to easily disperse the heat in a 200 sq ft room.

Moreover, this heater can be installed in two ways – horizontally and vertically. It can get a little noisy with the fan, but it comes with a two-year warranty.

Pros:

  • Adjustable thermostat
  • Two heating modes
  • Auto cut off

Cons:

  • Noisy due to fan
  • No handle to carry
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