HLSHQH307NU

Holmes MaxFlow Fan Tower Heater

Electric1.50 kW - 2 - 1500 W - Tower, Portable - Warm Gray

Reg. Price $119.99

Our Price $80.03 Each

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Easy-to-adjust manual controls help maintain perfect level of comfort
MaxFlow heating system helps circulate warm air for cozy environment
Auto safety shutoff and tipover protection help you prevent accidents
Convenient carry handle lets you safely move from room to room
  • Additional Info
SKU
HLSHQH307NU
Manufacturer
Jarden Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
HQH307NU
Brand Name
Holmes
Product Model
HQH307-NU
Product Type
Convection Heater
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Limited Warranty
1 Year
Form Factor
Tower
Controls
Knob
Application/Usage
Indoor
Recycled
No
Power Source
Electric
Features
Auto Safety Shutoff

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Holmes MaxFlow Fan Tower Heater
 
4.4

(based on 70 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (50)

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    (12)

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    (1)

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    (1)

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    (6)

89%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Worth it!

Preparing for CO winter and bought a heater for two bedrooms. Exact type that family has in AZ high country (and) that does the trick when a chill sets in. Easy to move...Read complete review

Preparing for CO winter and bought a heater for two bedrooms. Exact type that family has in AZ high country (and) that does the trick when a chill sets in. Easy to move when you go to another room and does the job without "baking" your surroundings.

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I purchased three heaters. Only one of them worked properly. The other two kept shutting off after only 2 or 3 minutes running. Sorry to say but I wont be buying this product...Read complete review

I purchased three heaters. Only one of them worked properly. The other two kept shutting off after only 2 or 3 minutes running. Sorry to say but I wont be buying this product any more.

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(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

simple not complicated

By Jassi

from Spencer, IN, United States

Comments about Holmes MaxFlow Fan Tower Heater:

I've had this heater for about a month. I was given the same one several years ago, so I already was familiar with the infrared quartz. You can count on it to put out heat although the fan is a bit loud. I think it is worth the price.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Easy to use. Simple controls with thermostat

By Pierre

from Wilmington DE

Comments about Holmes MaxFlow Fan Tower Heater:

Great heater, warms up fast, and is thermostat controlled. set it and forget it

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

No comment

By Ikej

from Manchester, GA

Comments about Holmes MaxFlow Fan Tower Heater:

I purchased three heaters. Only one of them worked properly. The other two kept shutting off after only 2 or 3 minutes running. Sorry to say but I wont be buying this product any more.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent electric heater with fan

By Electronics expert

from Undisclosed

Comments about Holmes MaxFlow Fan Tower Heater:

Most electric heaters do not have fans. This one distributes very hot air evenly. Warms the coldest structures.

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

great heater but doesn't have a shut off switch

By spiders

from NY, United States

Comments about Holmes MaxFlow Fan Tower Heater:

I bought this heater about two months ago great but no shut off switch

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Extra warm

By Donna551

from Granite City, IL, United States

Comments about Holmes MaxFlow Fan Tower Heater:

I bought two of these heaters. One for downstairs and one for upstairs. I would highly recommend these heaters. They bring up the room temperature by 10 degrees in a short time.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Worth it!

By Buck001

from Castle Rock, CO, United States

Comments about Holmes MaxFlow Fan Tower Heater:

Preparing for CO winter and bought a heater for two bedrooms. Exact type that family has in AZ high country (and) that does the trick when a chill sets in. Easy to move when you go to another room and does the job without "baking" your surroundings.

 
5.0

great heating

By stubborn

from Washington, United States

Comments about Holmes MaxFlow Fan Tower Heater:

I bought one last year and it has worked great. I have not tried this one, as yet, but if it works like the other, I will be most happy

 
5.0

Great heater!!

By Bondylive

from Chicago, IL, United States

Comments about Holmes MaxFlow Fan Tower Heater:

I've been searching to find a heater. No more searching. This is it!!

 
5.0

The best heater ever

By fast eddie

from Canton, OH, United States

Comments about Holmes MaxFlow Fan Tower Heater:

A friend had these very heaters, when I found the brand name, I started looking and purchased two. Very happy with their performance. Holmes makes a quality product.

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