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Vornado® VH2 Whole Room Heater

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Great for the home or the office, this whole room heater surrounds your space with a blanket of comfortable warmth.

 
  • vortex circulation eliminates the need for oscillation and distributes warm air throughout the room
  • whisper-quiet operation
  • easy-to-use controls
  • advanced safety features
  • case remains cool even after hours of operation
  • 2 heat settings

Plastic. Measures 11.8x9.5x10.6"H. Manufacturer’s 5-year limited warranty. Wipe clean. Imported.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Functions well and helps circulate and mix the air We've owned this product for about 2.5 yrs and use it at our camp (1200 sq ft) located in the Northeast USA. It takes the chill off when the nights get cool during the Spring, Summer and Fall. In the winter, we use this unit to help mix the air and supplement the forced air heating system. We keep the camp at 45 degrees in the dead of winter when we're not there. When we arrive to camp in the Winter (usually 10-20 degrees F outside, we set our heater to 65 degrees and turn on the Vornado in the bottom living area which is about 650 sq ft. The Vornado helps increase the temp raise about 6-8 degrees in that first hour. We then move the Vornado to a table and point it upstairs to start circulating the air up there. At bedtime, we use it upstairs in the hallway pointing towards our bedroom and it keeps us cozy warm all night long. We are fortunate to have a very well insulated structure as it is only 1.5 years old and the Vornado is a great supplemental heater. We're buying another Vornado and will use that too.
Date published: 2010-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Functions well and helps circulate and mix the air We've owned this product for about 2.5 yrs and use it at our camp (1200 sq ft) located in the Northeast USA. It takes the chill off when the nights get cool during the Spring, Summer and Fall. In the winter, we use this unit to help mix the air and supplement the forced air heating system. We keep the camp at 45 degrees in the dead of winter when we're not there. When we arrive to camp in the Winter (usually 10-20 degrees F outside, we set our heater to 65 degrees and turn on the Vornado in the bottom living area which is about 650 sq ft. The Vornado helps increase the temp raise about 6-8 degrees in that first hour. We then move the Vornado to a table and point it upstairs to start circulating the air up there. At bedtime, we use it upstairs in the hallway pointing towards our bedroom and it keeps us cozy warm all night long. We are fortunate to have a very well insulated structure as it is only 1.5 years old and the Vornado is a great supplemental heater. We're buying another Vornado and will use that too.
Date published: 2010-09-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from One major weakness on an otherwise great heater We had a VH2 heater for about 4-5 years, last winter in mild climate SCalifornia the power switch failed. What bugs me is that the heater was used only sporadically in an enclosed patio area during the years it worked. I estimate we used it less than 300 times during those years. The power switch looks like it is too flimsy for long duration use as it is only a fraction of the size of the one on an older Vornado model EH1 - 12 * Type VH we use elsewhere which has a much more robust (size, look and feel) power switch. If there is any one component any electrical device should have that is durable it is the power switch, when that fails all the great attributes and bells and whistles of the device are for nothing. The VH2 was a great heater when it worked but power switches should last much longer. I do not recommend the Vornado VH2 heater because of the flimsy power switch...get a heater with a robust switch.
Date published: 2010-08-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from One major weakness on an otherwise great heater We had a VH2 heater for about 4-5 years, last winter in mild climate SCalifornia the power switch failed. What bugs me is that the heater was used only sporadically in an enclosed patio area during the years it worked. I estimate we used it less than 300 times during those years. The power switch looks like it is too flimsy for long duration use as it is only a fraction of the size of the one on an older Vornado model EH1 - 12 * Type VH we use elsewhere which has a much more robust (size, look and feel) power switch. If there is any one component any electrical device should have that is durable it is the power switch, when that fails all the great attributes and bells and whistles of the device are for nothing. The VH2 was a great heater when it worked but power switches should last much longer. I do not recommend the Vornado VH2 heater because of the flimsy power switch...get a heater with a robust switch.
Date published: 2010-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product is well worth the investment I have 2 of the Amish mantle heaters. They are big, expensive and hard to move around. They heat OK but they are so bulky. We recently bought a Vornado VH2. We have the vaulted ceilings in our home and also have passive solar. When the sun is out during the winter the home is toasty until about 8PM. This vornado is a great buy. It heats our room up fast and keeps it warm. The nice thing is that I have not had to have it running on high constantly. With the Amish mantle heaters you do need to run them on high. Our weather in Montanta has been below zero - around 25 below for several days. The vornado did a good job. I am going to buy another one. The VH2 is fine for us. It is not digital and that is more than fine with us. One less thing to go wrong.
Date published: 2011-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product is well worth the investment I have 2 of the Amish mantle heaters. They are big, expensive and hard to move around. They heat OK but they are so bulky. We recently bought a Vornado VH2. We have the vaulted ceilings in our home and also have passive solar. When the sun is out during the winter the home is toasty until about 8PM. This vornado is a great buy. It heats our room up fast and keeps it warm. The nice thing is that I have not had to have it running on high constantly. With the Amish mantle heaters you do need to run them on high. Our weather in Montanta has been below zero - around 25 below for several days. The vornado did a good job. I am going to buy another one. The VH2 is fine for us. It is not digital and that is more than fine with us. One less thing to go wrong.
Date published: 2011-02-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Continuing problems with switches and thermostats I bought three VH-2 heaters for my employees and later two more. The heaters get extensive use during upstate NY winters. After two years we returned two of the heaters for repairs (under warranty). Another was out of warranty, and we judged it not worth the cost to send it back for factory repair. Now another one has broken down. The problems appear to be in the the thermostat and the power switch. The power switch is frozen in the "on" position, so the device needs to be unplugged to turn it off. In addition, the thermostat no longer regulates to a heating temperature, and mostly it blows cool air. The company needs to focus on the quality of its switch devices.
Date published: 2011-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Service in Years We have three of these room heaters and the last one started making a knocking noise right after we got it. We live in TX so didn't have to use it much and packed it up in the Spring. When we pulled it out for the winter I realized it was still broken and we never sent it back as intended. I found out it was still under warranty and sent it back for repair. Vornado paid for shipping both ways, repaired and sent it back with a lifetime membership 20% discount! Not only is this product made in the USA, the customer service is the best I've experienced in years.
Date published: 2011-12-08
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The Vornado VH2 Heater is assembled in Andover, KS. Other models are manufactured in China.
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