RedCore 1500 Infrared Space Heater with Built-In Air Purifier and Humidifier Review

December 28, 2009 at 6:59 pm 3 comments

Have you ever considered infrared heaters?

Our master bathroom is on one end of the house…the end away from the heating unit.  Because the room is so far from the other end of the house where the heating unit is located, the room is often cool in the winter months requiring supplemental heat.

We currently use an electric small space heater I’d bought for a small office when I’d gotten out of college.  But recently, my husband has mentioned that it might be good to start up a humidifier on that end of the house to help with dry air generated by running the heaters in the winter.  Ironically, today I received a request today to write a paid review for the RedCore 1500 Infrared Space Heater with Built In Air Purifier and Humidifier.

I can see where this could be a space saver as you get a purifier, humidifier, and heater all in one unit!

The cost is currently in the $500 range, but if you had limited space and needed to accomplish all three with one device, I can see how this might be worth considering.

Want to read more?  View more information on infrared heaters at this link:

Entry filed under: Product Reviews.

December 2009 Week 1 Update PURE INNOCENCE ORIGINAL RENDERINGS $1.43-$2.15

3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. gchyayles  |  December 29, 2009 at 6:59 pm

    Oh I like that! Especially since Adriel’s been congested with the space heater we have and we bought a separate humidifier but it doesn’t seem to work so well.

    Hope you had a nice holiday! Sent you an email 🙂 Love ya XO

  • 2. gchyayles  |  December 29, 2009 at 7:00 pm

    But wow the price is MAD!

  • 3. Air purifier for dust  |  April 1, 2015 at 5:20 am

    Yes, Good to use and effective.

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