Kambrook 2000W White Ceramic Tower Heater

KCE460WHT
You can put out warm air for confined areas with this Kambrook ceramic heater's ceramic heating element. It has 2000 watts of heating power. And, the Kambrook KCE460WHT's portable design enables you to make your bedroom toasty on cold mornings without heating the entire house. It's electric powered. The KCE460WHT ceramic heater has ...more
$99.00
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Kambrook
  • Electric

    Fuel Type
  • 2000W

    Wattage
  • 2

    No. of Heat Settings

Technical Specs +

Type:
Ceramic Heater
Fuel Type:
Electric
Wattage:
2000W
Colour/Finish:
White
Portable / Installed:
Portable
No. of Heat Settings:
2
Thermostat:
Yes
Additional Features:
Safety Tip Over Cut Out Switch
Width (mm):
410
Height (mm):
210
Depth (mm):
210
Manufacturer's Warranty:
1 Year

2000W White Ceramic Tower Heater reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Performance
9.3
Ease of storage
9.7
Range of settings
8.0
Value for money
8.7
Overall rating
9.0
Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
7 out of 10

Confirmed purchaser

+
Reviewer left no comment
It stinks - a bad chemical smell, even after many uses
Confirmed purchase: 01 June 2018
Published on: 07 June 2018
10 out of 10

AMBER

Brisbane
+
small footprint, easy to move around the room, heats the room up very quickly
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 10 April 2018
Published on: 18 April 2018

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