Best Fan Heaters – Reviews 2020 – 2021

Product
Top Rated
Honeywell HZ-510E1 Heavy Duty Fan Heater
Great Value
De'Longhi HTF3033 Fan Heater - White
Dimplex DXFF20TSN Fan Heater, Plastic, 2000 W, White
Power
1800W
2200W
3000W
Adjustable Thermostat
Yes
Yes
Yes
Frostwatch Protection
None
Yes
Yes
Overheat Protection
Yes
Yes
Yes
Customer Rating
Top Rated
Product
Honeywell HZ-510E1 Heavy Duty Fan Heater
Power
1800W
Adjustable Thermostat
Yes
Frostwatch Protection
None
Overheat Protection
Yes
Customer Rating
Great Value
Product
De'Longhi HTF3033 Fan Heater - White
Power
2200W
Adjustable Thermostat
Yes
Frostwatch Protection
Yes
Overheat Protection
Yes
Customer Rating
Product
Dimplex DXFF20TSN Fan Heater, Plastic, 2000 W, White
Power
3000W
Adjustable Thermostat
Yes
Frostwatch Protection
Yes
Overheat Protection
Yes
Customer Rating

Top 3 Fan Heaters

Affordable, compact, efficient and easily stored: fan heaters are an excellent investment for anyone in need of a warming boost for their home, workshop or outbuilding. A fan forced heater has the ability to warm an entire room, rather than the immediate area around it, ensuring that heat is retained even after the unit is switched off. For each 1000 watts of heat generated fan heaters have the potential to warm around 100 square feet in a well insulated area. A boon at a time of fluctuating energy prices, because their portability means you may switch off central heating and instead take a unit from one room to the next as you move through your day and ensure your own comfort without impacting too dramatically on those soaring household bills.

A good quality unit will benefit from multiple settings allowing users to tailor the room temperature to your own comfort level. Again that fan forced action comes into play in terms of comfort as that three dimensional heat reach wraps the entire space in a comforting warmth which lingers rather than blasting you with uncomfortable hot air in an unforgiving stream. Many also offer the advantage of temperature maintenance by virtue of an adjustable thermostat which the fan heater cycles to keep regulated. A standard electrical outlet is all that is required for setup and many units are lightweight enough to sit on a surface or table top so need not take up floor space, making them a great choice for more compact homes or camping/recreational vehicle use.

During the colder months a fan heater can become a fantastic supplemental heat source too. The central heating elements get hot fast and most run at a maximum of 3000 watts so electricity usage is kept moderate without impacting on the effectiveness of output. Their relatively simple build keeps upfront costs low too, allowing families and individuals regularly impacted by the winter temperature drop to consider purchasing and storing more than one machine at a time. The carrying handles incorporated into many popular models further enhance their portability and ease of use. These user friendly units are therefore a fine choice for elderly householders or those with mobility or health concerns.

Here we’ll explore 3 fine examples of fan heaters available on the