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Best Room Heaters in India - Reviews and Comparison 2021

We picked the 7 best room heaters in 2021 for your budget and use cases.

Quilt and comforters are not always enough to provide warmth & cosiness amid the freezing temperature. Room heaters are the best solution for harsh winters.There are several heater brands available in the Indian market offering several features. However, buying the right heater for your space calls for some considerations. With this buyer’s guide, we will help you not just in exploring but also purchasing the best room heaters in India.

UPDATED

12/8/2021

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Type

Wattage

Power Setting

Pro's & Con's

Ideal for Room Size (In sq. ft.)

Overheating Protection

Warranty (In years)

Weight (In kg)

Tip-over Switch

Thermostat Control

Colour

OEH-1220

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OEH-1220

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9.9 / 10

11/2020

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2000

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Ideal for spot heating
Adjustable height
Can be used as a fan
Non-sagging, cool-to-touch body
Makes noise
Up to 250
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1.01
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Bajaj

Flashy 1000 Watts Radiant Room Heater

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9.6 / 10

11/2020

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1000

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Elegant design
Cotton braided cord for safety
Nickel chromium-plated mesh grid provides effective heating
Long (1.5metres) cord
150
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1.49
Black

Havells

OFR - 11Fin

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9.5 / 10

11/2020

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2900

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Includes fan for spot heating
Wheels for manoeuvrability
Dust filters
Auto-revolving
Expensive
Heavy
250 or more
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16.96
Black

Usha

423 N 2000-Watt Heat Convector

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9.2 / 10

11/2020

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2000

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3

Night light indicator
ISI approved
Two fan speed
Twin-turbo design for better heating
Makes noise
up to 150
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4
Black

Havells

Cista Room Heater

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9.1 / 10

11/2020

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2000

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2

Night light indicator
Adjustable height
Power indicator
Cool touch body
No tip-over switch
200
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3.56
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Bajaj

Majesty RX11

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9.0 / 10

11/2020

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2000

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Auto thermal shut-off
Comes with a two-way installation, horizontal and vertical
Can also be used as a regular fan in summer
Clean operation
No handle for carrying
Noisy
200
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1.74
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Singer

Quartz Heat Glow Plus

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8.8 / 10

11/2020

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800

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Silent operation
Lightweight
Energy efficient
Comes with carrying handle
Warranty doesn’t cover the quartz tubes
100-110
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Orpat

OEH-1220


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9.9 / 10

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Pro's & Con's

Ideal for spot heating
Adjustable height
Can be used as a fan
Non-sagging, cool-to-touch body
Makes noise

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Up to 250

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Warranty (In years)

1

Weight (In kg)

1.01

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Thermostat Control

Colour

White

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Buyer's Guide - Best Room Heaters in India

Know all about room heaters and choose the best one.

1

Features: Most important purchase criteria for a room heater

What should you look for when buying a new room heater.

2

Use Cases: The best room heater for you

Which type of room heater is best for your use case?

3

FAQ: Learn more about the details

Any questions left? Here they are, including answers.

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How-To: Usage hints and care instructions for room heaters

Best practices for room heater usage and care.

1. Features: Most important purchase criteria for a room heater

1.1 Heating Technology

Heating technology is broadly classified into two types- convection and radiant.

  • Convection

This type is the most preferred in Indian households as convection technology distributes warm air evenly and consistently. It functions straightforwardly. The air is warmed up by blowing over a heating element, and this element could be made up of ceramic, electric-element or liquid-filled.

Further, convection heaters come in two types – with fan and without a fan (mainly oil-filled).

  • With fan – This type uses a fan to blow warm air. Cold air is passed over the heating element and re-circulated into the room. Heater with fan increases warmth inside the well-insulated space much faster than the heaters without a fan. On the downside, this type of convection heaters makes much noise due to fan.

  • Without fan – In this type, the heating element is surrounded by oil or water. The heating process starts with heating the oil or water, and then heat is gradually transferred into the room. You can enjoy the warm air without any noise in this case. However, the heating process is slow in the heater without a fan.

Heating technology is broadly classified into two types- convection and radiant.

  • Convection

This type is the most preferred in Indian households as convection technology distributes warm air evenly and consistently. It functions straightforwardly. The air is warmed up by blowing over a heating element, and this element could be made up of ceramic, electric-element or liquid-filled.

Further, convection heaters come in two types – with fan and without a fan (mainly oil-filled).

  • With fan – This type uses a fan to blow warm air. Cold air is passed over the heating element and re-circulated into the room. Heater with fan increases warmth inside the well-insulated space much faster than the heaters without a fan. On the downside, this type of convection heaters makes much noise due to fan.

  • Without fan – In this type, the heating element is surrounded by oil or water. The heating process starts with heating the oil or water, and then heat is gradually transferred into the room. You can enjoy the warm air without any noise in this case. However, the heating process is slow in the heater without a fan.

1.2 Types

Room heaters are further divided into several types based on their heating abilities including fan, oil-filled, halogen, quartz, radiant, carbon-fibre, PTC and heat convector.

Out of these types, three are the most widely used- fan, oil-filled and radiant.

  • Fan

Fan heaters are also called ceramic heaters as the current passes through ceramic heating elements. It quickly heats up the heating element, and at the same time, the cold air is sucked into the base from the surrounding. Further, the sucked air passes the heating elements and makes your room warm with the help of a fan.

  • Oil-filled

The oil-filled heater takes a long time to heat up, but otherwise, they are the best kind of heaters. The working is very simple. Power is used to heat the oil; then this heat is passed to metal walls through convection. Oil-filled heaters make zero noise and keep you warm for quite a time even after you have turned them off.

Oil-filled heaters consume less electricity and help in saving power. Moreover, they neither burn oxygen nor reduce humidity. Considering this, they are the best options if you have asthma, dry eyes, or skin rashes.

  • Radiant

Radiant heaters are best for small and closed spaces. They work like a campfire and doesn’t cost much. Also known as infrared heaters, they use thermal energy to warm up the room. There is no fan, so no noise. Also, they heat up quickly and provide warmth as soon as you switch them on.

Two types of heating elements used in this are - quartz tubes and tubular heating element.

Fan

Oil-filled

Radiant

Room size

Small space

Large space

Small space

Makes noise

Yes

No

No

Safety

Safe for a place with children and pets

Not safe for a home with children and pets

Not safe for a place with children and pets

Price

Low

High

Low

Energy efficient

No

Yes

Yes

Time taken to heat up

Negligible

Long time (20-30 minutes)

Negligible

Burn oxygen and reduce humidity

No

Yes

No

Compact and portable

Yes

No

Yes

Cooldown

Quickly

Remains warm for sometime after being switched off

Quickly

Suitable for people with asthma and allergies

No

Yes

No

Room heaters are further divided into several types based on their heating abilities including fan, oil-filled, halogen, quartz, radiant, carbon-fibre, PTC and heat convector.

Out of these types, three are the most widely used- fan, oil-filled and radiant.

  • Fan

Fan heaters are also called ceramic heaters as the current passes through ceramic heating elements. It quickly heats up the heating element, and at the same time, the cold air is sucked into the base from the surrounding. Further, the sucked air passes the heating elements and makes your room warm with the help of a fan.

  • Oil-filled

The oil-filled heater takes a long time to heat up, but otherwise, they are the best kind of heaters. The working is very simple. Power is used to heat the oil; then this heat is passed to metal walls through convection. Oil-filled heaters make zero noise and keep you warm for quite a time even after you have turned them off.

Oil-filled heaters consume less electricity and help in saving power. Moreover, they neither burn oxygen nor reduce humidity. Considering this, they are the best options if you have asthma, dry eyes, or skin rashes.

  • Radiant

Radiant heaters are best for small and closed spaces. They work like a campfire and doesn’t cost much. Also known as infrared heaters, they use thermal energy to warm up the room. There is no fan, so no noise. Also, they heat up quickly and provide warmth as soon as you switch them on.

Two types of heating elements used in this are - quartz tubes and tubular heating element.

Fan

Oil-filled

Radiant

Room size

Small space

Large space

Small space

Makes noise

Yes

No

No

Safety

Safe for a place with children and pets

Not safe for a home with children and pets

Not safe for a place with children and pets

Price

Low

High

Low

Energy efficient

No

Yes

Yes

Time taken to heat up

Negligible

Long time (20-30 minutes)

Negligible

Burn oxygen and reduce humidity

No

Yes

No

Compact and portable

Yes

No

Yes

Cooldown

Quickly

Remains warm for sometime after being switched off

Quickly

Suitable for people with asthma and allergies

No

Yes

No

1.3 Size

Size of both heater and the room matter. It is a crucial factor because if you end up buying the wrong size heater, the result will be, either overheated space or less-heated space. Let’s say, a small heater is deployed in a large area; only a small part of the room will be heated up. Similarly, if you put a large heater in a small space, energy will get wasted, and there will be overheating issues.

Room heaters capability is measured in wattage. And the thumb rule followed by heater industry is 10 W power will heat one square foot of area.

So, the calculation is quite simple. Just multiply the room area by 10, and whatever number you bet that should be the room heater’s capability.

Below is the table to make things easier for you.

Wattage

Sq. ft. (8 ft. Ceiling)

800

80

1000

100

1200

120

1400

140

1600

160

1800

180

2000

200

These values are not fixed. They can change due to factors like heating technology, room heater type, indoor temperature and…

  • Radiant heaters – These heaters do not use air to provide heat, and therefore, they consume less power to heat up a large area.

  • The ceiling over 8 Feet – If the room ceiling is more than 8 feet, then the formula is
     Total Sq.ft. * Ceiling Height * 1.25 = Total Wattage

  • Poor Insulation – If your room lacks proper insulation, then the formula is
    Total Sq.ft. X 12 = Total Wattage

Size of both heater and the room matter. It is a crucial factor because if you end up buying the wrong size heater, the result will be, either overheated space or less-heated space. Let’s say, a small heater is deployed in a large area; only a small part of the room will be heated up. Similarly, if you put a large heater in a small space, energy will get wasted, and there will be overheating issues.

Room heaters capability is measured in wattage. And the thumb rule followed by heater industry is 10 W power will heat one square foot of area.

So, the calculation is quite simple. Just multiply the room area by 10, and whatever number you bet that should be the room heater’s capability.

Below is the table to make things easier for you.

Wattage

Sq. ft. (8 ft. Ceiling)

800

80

1000

100

1200

120

1400

140

1600

160

1800

180

2000

200

These values are not fixed. They can change due to factors like heating technology, room heater type, indoor temperature and…

  • Radiant heaters – These heaters do not use air to provide heat, and therefore, they consume less power to heat up a large area.

  • The ceiling over 8 Feet – If the room ceiling is more than 8 feet, then the formula is
     Total Sq.ft. * Ceiling Height * 1.25 = Total Wattage

  • Poor Insulation – If your room lacks proper insulation, then the formula is
    Total Sq.ft. X 12 = Total Wattage

1.4 Heat Settings

Most of the room heaters come with two or three heat settings to adjust the heat as per the room temperature. There are heaters with no speed setting or single speed setting as well. Their features might look appealing but buy single-speed heat setting heater only when you are cent per cent sure.

Most of the room heaters come with two or three heat settings to adjust the heat as per the room temperature. There are heaters with no speed setting or single speed setting as well. Their features might look appealing but buy single-speed heat setting heater only when you are cent per cent sure.

1.5 Humidity and Oxygen Level

Radiant and oil-filled room heaters burn oxygen to provide heat. While in fan heaters, the air is pushed on the hot coil. The oxygen levels and humidity is reduced in case of fan heaters. Less humidity means dry eyes and nasal blockage, nausea, and itchy skin. Consider this feature, especially when you are buying it for a newborn.

Radiant and oil-filled room heaters burn oxygen to provide heat. While in fan heaters, the air is pushed on the hot coil. The oxygen levels and humidity is reduced in case of fan heaters. Less humidity means dry eyes and nasal blockage, nausea, and itchy skin. Consider this feature, especially when you are buying it for a newborn.

1.6 Noise Level

Well, you buy a room heater to enjoy the warm air and of course, not noise. But when you are buying a fan room heater, you are paying for noise too. If you want whisper silent, non-fan heaters, i.e. radiant or oil-filled heaters should be your choice. Therefore, it is wise to check the decibel rating before making the purchase.

Well, you buy a room heater to enjoy the warm air and of course, not noise. But when you are buying a fan room heater, you are paying for noise too. If you want whisper silent, non-fan heaters, i.e. radiant or oil-filled heaters should be your choice. Therefore, it is wise to check the decibel rating before making the purchase.

1.7 Energy-efficiency

Electricity consumption of a room heater is measured in wattage.

The room heater is designed for warming up small spaces. If you want to provide heat to the whole room, the central heating system is the thing you should be going for. If you will try to substitute it with a room heater, the electricity bill is bound to shoot up.

Room heaters neither come with energy efficiency ratings and nor they consume power in fix number. Their power consumption varies with temperature, space size, space insulation, temperature setting, etc. However, in general, the oil-filled room heater is the one that consumes the least power - 1000 watts at maximum. Moreover, they work on the basis of heating the oil which remains heated for a long time and therefore, they use very little energy to get heated up again.

Electricity consumption of a room heater is measured in wattage.

The room heater is designed for warming up small spaces. If you want to provide heat to the whole room, the central heating system is the thing you should be going for. If you will try to substitute it with a room heater, the electricity bill is bound to shoot up.

Room heaters neither come with energy efficiency ratings and nor they consume power in fix number. Their power consumption varies with temperature, space size, space insulation, temperature setting, etc. However, in general, the oil-filled room heater is the one that consumes the least power - 1000 watts at maximum. Moreover, they work on the basis of heating the oil which remains heated for a long time and therefore, they use very little energy to get heated up again.

1.8 Safety Features

The safety feature is one of the essential function to look for while buying a space heater; else there can be a fire hazard.

  • Cool to touch surface

The heater is made using such material which makes the outer casing of the heater, heat resistant. So, the heater will not cause any burns when touched accidentally or otherwise. This safety feature is most important if you have kids or pets in the home.

  • Tip-over switch

Today, most of the room heaters come with this feature. It is an internal switch in the heater which automatically shuts off the power when the heater is accidentally tipped over, or there is a sudden power cut off avoiding any potential risk of fire hazards.

  • Overheat protection switch

Overheat protection is an invaluable safety feature. This is an auto-shut off feature, so, when internal components reach unsafe temperature, the sensors will turn off the heater immediately.

  • Mesh/Grille

All three types of room heaters come with some kind of mesh or grille in the front. Check for it especially if you have a home with children and pet.

The safety feature is one of the essential function to look for while buying a space heater; else there can be a fire hazard.

  • Cool to touch surface

The heater is made using such material which makes the outer casing of the heater, heat resistant. So, the heater will not cause any burns when touched accidentally or otherwise. This safety feature is most important if you have kids or pets in the home.

  • Tip-over switch

Today, most of the room heaters come with this feature. It is an internal switch in the heater which automatically shuts off the power when the heater is accidentally tipped over, or there is a sudden power cut off avoiding any potential risk of fire hazards.

  • Overheat protection switch

Overheat protection is an invaluable safety feature. This is an auto-shut off feature, so, when internal components reach unsafe temperature, the sensors will turn off the heater immediately.

  • Mesh/Grille

All three types of room heaters come with some kind of mesh or grille in the front. Check for it especially if you have a home with children and pet.

1.9 Time to Heat

You are not always at home that you can switch a heater an hour or so before the sun comes down and the air starts to get cold. At times, you come back to home from work, feeling cold and need hot air instantly. Unfortunately, you cannot have that luxury if you have oil-filled room heaters. This type of heaters takes about 30 minutes to bootstrap or start. Radiant and fan heaters are best at this as they produce instant heat when you need.

You are not always at home that you can switch a heater an hour or so before the sun comes down and the air starts to get cold. At times, you come back to home from work, feeling cold and need hot air instantly. Unfortunately, you cannot have that luxury if you have oil-filled room heaters. This type of heaters takes about 30 minutes to bootstrap or start. Radiant and fan heaters are best at this as they produce instant heat when you need.

1.10 Auto Turn-off

Auto turn-off feature is a good-to-have feature. It facilitates sound sleep as you can fall asleep without worrying about turning the heater off. Also, the feature lets you save precious energy by setting a timer.

Auto turn-off feature is a good-to-have feature. It facilitates sound sleep as you can fall asleep without worrying about turning the heater off. Also, the feature lets you save precious energy by setting a timer.

1.11 Portability

Portability is essential because you might not be using the same heater in just one room. If not that, there are high chances that you will be moving it in the same room. Therefore, if your room heater comes with castor wheels, that is the best. Other things to consider is size, the smaller the size, the better it is. Moreover, many heaters come with a handle to carry them easily. Also, your heater should be lightweight, so that you can move it without stressing your arm.

Fan and radiant room heaters fall in the category of lightweight and compact. They can be moved around freely as compared to oil-filled heaters.

Portability is essential because you might not be using the same heater in just one room. If not that, there are high chances that you will be moving it in the same room. Therefore, if your room heater comes with castor wheels, that is the best. Other things to consider is size, the smaller the size, the better it is. Moreover, many heaters come with a handle to carry them easily. Also, your heater should be lightweight, so that you can move it without stressing your arm.

Fan and radiant room heaters fall in the category of lightweight and compact. They can be moved around freely as compared to oil-filled heaters.

1.12 Cord Length

Cord length of the room heater matters a lot. It adds to the portability feature. It gives you the liberty to move it in a room as per your convenience. Plus, you can take it to the areas where outlets are not easily accessible. 1.5 metre is an ideal size for a room heater cord.

Cord length of the room heater matters a lot. It adds to the portability feature. It gives you the liberty to move it in a room as per your convenience. Plus, you can take it to the areas where outlets are not easily accessible. 1.5 metre is an ideal size for a room heater cord.

1.13 Thermostat

A thermostat is a vital feature to maintain the temperature setting. There are two types of setting in this- adjustable and programmable. A programmable thermostat allows you to set the desired temperature and the heater maintains that set temperature by turning itself on and off after particular intervals. However, an adjustable thermostat cannot maintain set temperature but yet controls the heat output depending on the heat settings you have set.

A thermostat is a vital feature to maintain the temperature setting. There are two types of setting in this- adjustable and programmable. A programmable thermostat allows you to set the desired temperature and the heater maintains that set temperature by turning itself on and off after particular intervals. However, an adjustable thermostat cannot maintain set temperature but yet controls the heat output depending on the heat settings you have set.

1.14 Power Consumption

To find out how much electricity does a single type of heater consume, you need to know the wattage of the heater.

Infrared heaters consume 800 to 1200 wattage, fan heaters usually consume 1500- 2000 wattage and oil-filled heaters work well at 1000 watts.

Electricity bill is represented in Kilowatt-hours which refers to 1 kilo-watt energy consumed in one hour.

1,000 is equal to 1 Kilo-watt.

So, if a heater consumes 1500 wattage, it means it consumes 1.5 Kilo-watts of power. And if you use it for 6 hours, power consumption will be = 1.5*6=9 kilo-watt.

In India, average unit rate is Rs.5. Therefore, you will be paying Rs.45 (9 kilo-watt*Rs.5) per day.

And if you use it heater daily for that much hours, you are adding Rs.1,350 to your electricity bill.

To find out how much electricity does a single type of heater consume, you need to know the wattage of the heater.

Infrared heaters consume 800 to 1200 wattage, fan heaters usually consume 1500- 2000 wattage and oil-filled heaters work well at 1000 watts.

Electricity bill is represented in Kilowatt-hours which refers to 1 kilo-watt energy consumed in one hour.

1,000 is equal to 1 Kilo-watt.

So, if a heater consumes 1500 wattage, it means it consumes 1.5 Kilo-watts of power. And if you use it for 6 hours, power consumption will be = 1.5*6=9 kilo-watt.

In India, average unit rate is Rs.5. Therefore, you will be paying Rs.45 (9 kilo-watt*Rs.5) per day.

And if you use it heater daily for that much hours, you are adding Rs.1,350 to your electricity bill.

1.15 Light

Halogen or radiant heaters come with light which emits a constant glow. If you need to use the heater at night, you need to ensure that light isn’t too bright.

Halogen or radiant heaters come with light which emits a constant glow. If you need to use the heater at night, you need to ensure that light isn’t too bright.

1.16 Heating Elements

The number of the heating element is essential to consider if you are buying oil-filled or radiant heaters. In oil-filled heaters, fins form part of the design and more fins means more heat convection and circulation. Similarly, if there are coils in the heater as a heating element, more coils mean warm air in a wide area.

The number of the heating element is essential to consider if you are buying oil-filled or radiant heaters. In oil-filled heaters, fins form part of the design and more fins means more heat convection and circulation. Similarly, if there are coils in the heater as a heating element, more coils mean warm air in a wide area.

1.17 Price and Warranty

A heater with smart features and built using high-quality material will come costly. However, a heater with primary elements will cost you around Rs.5,000. All-in-all, the heater must justify its price.

Speaking of warranty, your heater must come with at least a year’s warranty.

A heater with smart features and built using high-quality material will come costly. However, a heater with primary elements will cost you around Rs.5,000. All-in-all, the heater must justify its price.

Speaking of warranty, your heater must come with at least a year’s warranty.

1.18 Aesthetic

Aesthetic is not a vital feature but once you have considered all the above essential features and you are left with a few heaters to choose from, then take aesthetic also into consideration. After all, a room heater is no less than a piece of furniture in your room.

Therefore, your heater should match the style of the interior and complement other furniture. Heaters vary in design and colour, and many fashionable room heaters are available to enhance the beauty of the room.

Aesthetic is not a vital feature but once you have considered all the above essential features and you are left with a few heaters to choose from, then take aesthetic also into consideration. After all, a room heater is no less than a piece of furniture in your room.

Therefore, your heater should match the style of the interior and complement other furniture. Heaters vary in design and colour, and many fashionable room heaters are available to enhance the beauty of the room.

2. Use Cases: The best room heater for you

2.1 I am a bachelor. Which room heater is best for me?

For one person, radiant or fan heaters will do the job. They provide enough warmth to one person. If you have to choose between the two, infrared heaters are more suitable than fan heaters. For starters, they are silent. Then, they generate enough heat surrounding and consume little electricity. To be precise, infrared heaters’ power consumption is half of that of fan heaters. On the downside, infrared heaters are not as safe as fan heaters.

For one person, radiant or fan heaters will do the job. They provide enough warmth to one person. If you have to choose between the two, infrared heaters are more suitable than fan heaters. For starters, they are silent. Then, they generate enough heat surrounding and consume little electricity. To be precise, infrared heaters’ power consumption is half of that of fan heaters. On the downside, infrared heaters are not as safe as fan heaters.

2.2 I need a heater for my office, and it is 250 sq. ft. Which is the best heater for me?

Both fan and oil-filled room heaters are suitable in this case. Precisely, fan heaters are best suited to the medium room, and oil-filled room heaters are designed to provide warmth in a large room. Moreover, oil-filled heaters are costlier. Infrared heaters are a no-no as they are meant for spot heating.

Both fan and oil-filled room heaters are suitable in this case. Precisely, fan heaters are best suited to the medium room, and oil-filled room heaters are designed to provide warmth in a large room. Moreover, oil-filled heaters are costlier. Infrared heaters are a no-no as they are meant for spot heating.

2.3 Which room heater is safe for a home with children and pets?

From children and pet-friendly point of view, fan and oil-filled heaters are best. Infrared room heaters should not be opted for because the heating element gets very hot, turns into red colour and can be extremely dangerous for anyone if touched accidentally.

From children and pet-friendly point of view, fan and oil-filled heaters are best. Infrared room heaters should not be opted for because the heating element gets very hot, turns into red colour and can be extremely dangerous for anyone if touched accidentally.

2.4 My father is an asthma patient. Which heater should I buy for his room?

Gas-based room heaters release fumes which are not suitable for asthma patients. But electrical room heaters -radiance, oil are safe to use. Fan heaters are also electrical heaters, but they are prone to more dust as compared to other two and also, they throw air which might have particles that can cause allergy to an asthma patient.

Gas-based room heaters release fumes which are not suitable for asthma patients. But electrical room heaters -radiance, oil are safe to use. Fan heaters are also electrical heaters, but they are prone to more dust as compared to other two and also, they throw air which might have particles that can cause allergy to an asthma patient.

2.5 I don’t want my heater to run overnight and shut off after a few hours. Which heater is best for me?

You can look for following features in a heater if you want your room heater to shut off a designated time.

  • Automatic shut off feature provides automatic overheat protection. When the temperature reaches at a specific level (beyond which it could be dangerous to run heater) the heater automatically shut-off.

  • There are room heaters that come with a timer, same as air conditioners. And the heater will turn off at a predetermined time.

  • Thermostat feature won’t shut-off the heater permanently but offers precise temperature control. Once you have fixed the temperature, it will maintain that by switching the heater on and off from time to time.

  • Last option you have is multiple heat settings which let you set the low, medium and high temperature. The settings directly alter the wattage.

You can look for following features in a heater if you want your room heater to shut off a designated time.

  • Automatic shut off feature provides automatic overheat protection. When the temperature reaches at a specific level (beyond which it could be dangerous to run heater) the heater automatically shut-off.

  • There are room heaters that come with a timer, same as air conditioners. And the heater will turn off at a predetermined time.

  • Thermostat feature won’t shut-off the heater permanently but offers precise temperature control. Once you have fixed the temperature, it will maintain that by switching the heater on and off from time to time.

  • Last option you have is multiple heat settings which let you set the low, medium and high temperature. The settings directly alter the wattage.

3. FAQ: Learn more about the details

3.1 Which are the best room heater brands?

In the Indian market, best room heaters brands are Orpat, Bajaj, Usha, Havells, Morphy Richard, Singer, etc.

In the Indian market, best room heaters brands are Orpat, Bajaj, Usha, Havells, Morphy Richard, Singer, etc.

3.2 How to lower the humidity in case of a fan or infrared heater?

If you do not want any burning of oxygen and humidity, then oil-filled room heaters are the best as the oil gets heated and through radiance hot oil temperature in air. However, since they come costly and might not be suitable for everyone, therefore, you can keep a bucket of water in the corner of the room, or you can use a humidifier.

If you do not want any burning of oxygen and humidity, then oil-filled room heaters are the best as the oil gets heated and through radiance hot oil temperature in air. However, since they come costly and might not be suitable for everyone, therefore, you can keep a bucket of water in the corner of the room, or you can use a humidifier.

3.3 Which type of heaters are more energy efficient?

Radiant heaters are more effective than other types of heaters because they come with an adjustable power setting feature. The oil-fill heaters need a maximum of 1000 watts, which makes them energy-efficient too. 

Radiant heaters are more effective than other types of heaters because they come with an adjustable power setting feature. The oil-fill heaters need a maximum of 1000 watts, which makes them energy-efficient too. 

3.4 Does oil-filled heaters burn oil for producing heat?

No. Oil in the tubes act as fule and not used as fuel for producing heat. The process involves heating the oil which spreads over the tubes and provides warmth through convection.

No. Oil in the tubes act as fule and not used as fuel for producing heat. The process involves heating the oil which spreads over the tubes and provides warmth through convection.

3.5 What is an OFR room heater?

OFR room heaters are nothing but oil-filled room heaters. Also, these are the commonly used room heaters in the home.

OFR room heaters are nothing but oil-filled room heaters. Also, these are the commonly used room heaters in the home.

3.6 Are room heaters safe?

Yes. Room heaters are considered safe, especially if they come with safety features, including overheat protection, cool-to-touch, anti-slip, etc.

Yes. Room heaters are considered safe, especially if they come with safety features, including overheat protection, cool-to-touch, anti-slip, etc.

3.7 Out of fan, oil-filled and infrared, which is the most expensive room heater?

Oil-filled room heaters are the most expensive ones and infrared are the most affordable ones.

Oil-filled room heaters are the most expensive ones and infrared are the most affordable ones.

3.8 Can an AC be used as a room heater?

Yes. An air conditioner can be used as a heater provided it contains a heat pump. Otherwise, the AC will go into sleep mode after reaching the desired temperature.

Yes. An air conditioner can be used as a heater provided it contains a heat pump. Otherwise, the AC will go into sleep mode after reaching the desired temperature.

3.9 Does a heater dry up the air?

If a room heater is used for a few hours, it never dries up the air. However, when radiant or infrared heaters are used for too long, they do dry out the moisture from the air causing dry eyes, dry nose and itchy skin.

If a room heater is used for a few hours, it never dries up the air. However, when radiant or infrared heaters are used for too long, they do dry out the moisture from the air causing dry eyes, dry nose and itchy skin.

3.10 I can smell burning from my room heater, is this normal?

If you are using the room heater after a long time, then it is normal. The smell could be due to the build-up dust. However, if the scent lasts for more than a few minutes, switch it off and get the heater checked.

If you are using the room heater after a long time, then it is normal. The smell could be due to the build-up dust. However, if the scent lasts for more than a few minutes, switch it off and get the heater checked.

3.11 Does a room heater burn up oxygen?

No. A room heater uses electric current for heat production and convection for circulating the same. Therefore, it doesn’t burn up the oxygen in the air unless something else is burning in the room.

No. A room heater uses electric current for heat production and convection for circulating the same. Therefore, it doesn’t burn up the oxygen in the air unless something else is burning in the room.

3.12 Is it safe to use an extension cord for a room heater?

Usually, manufacturers do not recommend using extension cords for room heaters. However, a heavy-duty extension cord with a surge protector is safe to use and take your heater to places where it is hard to take the heater. Read the manual to ensure your desired home heater is suitable to use with an extension cord.

Usually, manufacturers do not recommend using extension cords for room heaters. However, a heavy-duty extension cord with a surge protector is safe to use and take your heater to places where it is hard to take the heater. Read the manual to ensure your desired home heater is suitable to use with an extension cord.

3.13 Are room heaters more energy-efficient than a central heating system?

Yes. Room heaters are less expensive and more energy-efficient provided you use it in a defined space and not a large room.

Yes. Room heaters are less expensive and more energy-efficient provided you use it in a defined space and not a large room.

3.14 Do space heaters produce carbon monoxide?

Electric heaters do not emit carbon monoxide. Gas heaters might release carbon monoxide as fuel is burned in there case. Also, it can be poisonous for you. Therefore, you need proper ventilation and chimneys if you are using a gas heater.

Electric heaters do not emit carbon monoxide. Gas heaters might release carbon monoxide as fuel is burned in there case. Also, it can be poisonous for you. Therefore, you need proper ventilation and chimneys if you are using a gas heater.

3.15 Can I leave the room heater unattended if it comes with a timer option?

It is not safe to leave a room heater unattended, especially when you have children or pets at home. And it does not matter whether you have set the timer or not. As long as a heater is ON, it should not be left unattended.

It is not safe to leave a room heater unattended, especially when you have children or pets at home. And it does not matter whether you have set the timer or not. As long as a heater is ON, it should not be left unattended.

3.16 Which is the best place to keep a room heater?

A room heater should be placed where children and pets can not reach it. Also, keep it at a reasonable distance from wooden furniture (particularly bed during night), flammable elements, window curtains and couch. Therefore, go for a heater that has long cord as that will give you the flexibility to keep it in a safe corner.

A room heater should be placed where children and pets can not reach it. Also, keep it at a reasonable distance from wooden furniture (particularly bed during night), flammable elements, window curtains and couch. Therefore, go for a heater that has long cord as that will give you the flexibility to keep it in a safe corner.

3.17 Is it safe to sleep keeping a heater on all night?

Although a room heater comes with all the safety options, however, experts say you should not sleep keeping a heater on all night.

  • Whether or not your heater has an auto-off feature; if it has older wiring, it can be risky.

  • When you use a heater at night, leaving it unattended is not safe.

  • It is not good health-wise as a human body demands cooler temperature as well for quality sleep.

  • If you have a radiant or infrared heater and you will use it overnight, it will dry out the moisture from the leading to dry eyes, dry nose and itchy skin, especially in younger ones.

Although a room heater comes with all the safety options, however, experts say you should not sleep keeping a heater on all night.

  • Whether or not your heater has an auto-off feature; if it has older wiring, it can be risky.

  • When you use a heater at night, leaving it unattended is not safe.

  • It is not good health-wise as a human body demands cooler temperature as well for quality sleep.

  • If you have a radiant or infrared heater and you will use it overnight, it will dry out the moisture from the leading to dry eyes, dry nose and itchy skin, especially in younger ones.

3.18 Why my fan heater is making noise?

Fan heater usually makes noise, but if you feel the noise is unusual then that could be due to:

  • Defective transformer.

  • Damaged blower motor which runs the fan.

  • Wearing out of the heating coil.

  • Improper working of the heating coil.

Fan heater usually makes noise, but if you feel the noise is unusual then that could be due to:

  • Defective transformer.

  • Damaged blower motor which runs the fan.

  • Wearing out of the heating coil.

  • Improper working of the heating coil.

3.19 My halogen heater is making noise. Is anything wrong with it?

Halogen heater usually never makes noise. If they do, it could be because there is something wrong about the halogen bulb or quartz in it. Switch it off immediately and get it checked./p>

Halogen heater usually never makes noise. If they do, it could be because there is something wrong about the halogen bulb or quartz in it. Switch it off immediately and get it checked./p>

4. How-To: Usage hints and care instructions for room heaters

4.1 How to ensure safety while using a heater?

Reduce the chances of fires and injury in case of heaters with following steps.

  • Keep anything that can get burn, like furniture and curtains, 5-6 feet away from a room heater.

  • Have a three-foot “kid-free zone” around space heaters.

  • Avoid extension cords.

  • Turn off a room heater at the time of sleeping or when you leave a room.

  • Never use a heater in a wet area unless it is made explicitly for that purpose.

  • Never put a room heater on a countertop unless it is mainly designed for it.

  • Avoid using gas- or oil-burning heaters indoors. If you still do, proper ventilation should be there.

  • Read and follow all the directions given in the manual that comes along with the room heater.

  • Use the room heater on an even surface. The uneven surface may cause a tip over, and ignite nearby items.

  • Never dry your wet clothes by placing them over a heater. It can obstruct the air circulation from the heater and ultimately cause a fire.

Reduce the chances of fires and injury in case of heaters with following steps.

  • Keep anything that can get burn, like furniture and curtains, 5-6 feet away from a room heater.

  • Have a three-foot “kid-free zone” around space heaters.

  • Avoid extension cords.

  • Turn off a room heater at the time of sleeping or when you leave a room.

  • Never use a heater in a wet area unless it is made explicitly for that purpose.

  • Never put a room heater on a countertop unless it is mainly designed for it.

  • Avoid using gas- or oil-burning heaters indoors. If you still do, proper ventilation should be there.

  • Read and follow all the directions given in the manual that comes along with the room heater.

  • Use the room heater on an even surface. The uneven surface may cause a tip over, and ignite nearby items.

  • Never dry your wet clothes by placing them over a heater. It can obstruct the air circulation from the heater and ultimately cause a fire.

4.2 How to clean a room heater?

  • Disconnect the cord and let the units cool down properly before you clean the room heater.

  • Use a soft damp cloth to clean a room heater.

  • Never use detergent to clean the heater.

  • When not using, store a room heater in a dry place.

  • Disconnect the cord and let the units cool down properly before you clean the room heater.

  • Use a soft damp cloth to clean a room heater.

  • Never use detergent to clean the heater.

  • When not using, store a room heater in a dry place.

4.3 How to use a room heater?

  • Connect heater to main supply outlet.

  • Keep the heater in an upright position.

  • Select the heat setting by rotating the temperature setting knob.

  • Connect heater to main supply outlet.

  • Keep the heater in an upright position.

  • Select the heat setting by rotating the temperature setting knob.

4.4 How to position a room heater?

The positioning of a room heater matters; otherwise, you are putting your family in danger.

  • Always place the room Heater on a flat surface.

  • A room heater should not be obstructed with anything. If it is a wall-mounted heater, still maintain at least 2 to 3 feet distance away from the wall.

  • Baseboard heaters should be mounted at the bottom of the wall near the floor. Make sure that the heat flow is not be obstructed by furniture or another wall. A portable room heater should be kept at a place where it cannot be knocked over. Tables and shelves should be your last choice.

  • Room heaters work on electricity, and therefore, they should never be placed in damp or wet areas. So, do not keep a heater in the kitchen and bathroom.

  • Never place a room heater in the walking path. Not only it will let you walk freely around the house, but also keep your children and pets safe.

The positioning of a room heater matters; otherwise, you are putting your family in danger.

  • Always place the room Heater on a flat surface.

  • A room heater should not be obstructed with anything. If it is a wall-mounted heater, still maintain at least 2 to 3 feet distance away from the wall.

  • Baseboard heaters should be mounted at the bottom of the wall near the floor. Make sure that the heat flow is not be obstructed by furniture or another wall. A portable room heater should be kept at a place where it cannot be knocked over. Tables and shelves should be your last choice.

  • Room heaters work on electricity, and therefore, they should never be placed in damp or wet areas. So, do not keep a heater in the kitchen and bathroom.

  • Never place a room heater in the walking path. Not only it will let you walk freely around the house, but also keep your children and pets safe.

5. Did you know: Interesting facts, figures and things to know about heater and heating

5.1 Heating can affect our tolerance for cold temperature. If you’re used to the heater, a cold day may seem colder than it is. And the same is true for the air conditioner.

5.2 Romans were the first one to create heated floors, and for this, they laid stone slabs over a heating source in the ground.

5.3 Room heaters are one of the top ten reasons behind home fires.

5.4 Heating your home uses more energy and charges more money as compared to other systems in a home, typically making around 42% of your utility bill. 

5.5 Thermostat feature can help you save 3-5% on your monthly bills.

5.6 Setting the thermostat high do not heat the room faster.

5.7 Keeping an even temperature should be preferred over adjusting all the time; this is nothing but a myth. Adjusting temperature can actually save you cash.

5.1 Heating can affect our tolerance for cold temperature. If you’re used to the heater, a cold day may seem colder than it is. And the same is true for the air conditioner.

5.2 Romans were the first one to create heated floors, and for this, they laid stone slabs over a heating source in the ground.

5.3 Room heaters are one of the top ten reasons behind home fires.

5.4 Heating your home uses more energy and charges more money as compared to other systems in a home, typically making around 42% of your utility bill. 

5.5 Thermostat feature can help you save 3-5% on your monthly bills.

5.6 Setting the thermostat high do not heat the room faster.

5.7 Keeping an even temperature should be preferred over adjusting all the time; this is nothing but a myth. Adjusting temperature can actually save you cash.

6. Our Picks: How we picked the best room heaters in India

We considered all three types of best room heaters in India during our research. The priority was given to our top three features including wattage and temperature setting. However, the ranking was done after taking into account all other features and customer’s rating and reviews of best room heaters for winter.

We considered all three types of best room heaters in India during our research. The priority was given to our top three features including wattage and temperature setting. However, the ranking was done after taking into account all other features and customer’s rating and reviews of best room heaters for winter.

6.1 Orpat OEH-1220 2000-Watt Fan Heater

Orpat is one of the top suppliers of household electrical products in India and OEF-1220 fan heater is one of their best contributions. 

This is our comparison winner for several reasons. First, more than 11,000 people have it at their home, and a four-star rating proves that users are content with the product. Second, it has all the primary features which are essential for any room heater.

It is the most lightweight heater on our list, and the in-built handle makes it more compatible. 

This room heater is powered by a 2000 W motor and is capable of heating a room of up to 250 sq. ft. It is perfect for spot heating and being a fan heater; you get warm air instantly. 

There are two heat setting in this- 1000 watts and 2000 watts which makes it fit for both cold and chilly winter. Further, it also has two important safety features, namely, cool-to-touch body, and overheat protection. 

Orpat is one of the top suppliers of household electrical products in India and OEF-1220 fan heater is one of their best contributions. 

This is our comparison winner for several reasons. First, more than 11,000 people have it at their home, and a four-star rating proves that users are content with the product. Second, it has all the primary features which are essential for any room heater.

It is the most lightweight heater on our list, and the in-built handle makes it more compatible. 

This room heater is powered by a 2000 W motor and is capable of heating a room of up to 250 sq. ft. It is perfect for spot heating and being a fan heater; you get warm air instantly. 

There are two heat setting in this- 1000 watts and 2000 watts which makes it fit for both cold and chilly winter. Further, it also has two important safety features, namely, cool-to-touch body, and overheat protection. 

6.2 Bajaj Flashy 1000 Watts Radiant Room Heater

If you are looking for an infrared room heater, this is the best one to go for. This 1000 W power-consuming space heater is perfect for a small room of size up to 150 sq. ft. The stainless steel made reflectors radiate may not be able to provide heat instantly, but they are efficient enough to warm the room in a short time by consuming less electricity. Precisely, the corrosion-resistant heat radiating plates takes less than 15 minutes to heat a small-sized space. 

We really admire its aesthetics, especially the tilted legs and curved body. It is lightweight and easy to carry. A radiant heater, in general, gets very hot and should not be left unattended and things are no different with this one. You have to be heedful if you have a pet or children at home despite the fact the heater has safety features- overheat protection and thermal cut protection.

If you are looking for an infrared room heater, this is the best one to go for. This 1000 W power-consuming space heater is perfect for a small room of size up to 150 sq. ft. The stainless steel made reflectors radiate may not be able to provide heat instantly, but they are efficient enough to warm the room in a short time by consuming less electricity. Precisely, the corrosion-resistant heat radiating plates takes less than 15 minutes to heat a small-sized space. 

We really admire its aesthetics, especially the tilted legs and curved body. It is lightweight and easy to carry. A radiant heater, in general, gets very hot and should not be left unattended and things are no different with this one. You have to be heedful if you have a pet or children at home despite the fact the heater has safety features- overheat protection and thermal cut protection.

6.3 Havells OFR - 11Fin 2900-Watt PTC Fan Heater

OFR-11 Fin is the only oil-filled heater on our list. Due to its type, it can hold the heat for a longer time and is ideal for larger rooms.

It is a 2500 W power room heater with additional 400 W for the fan. So, you can use it as a convection heater as well for instant hot air. Furthermore, it comes with three settings- 1000, 1500 and 2500 watts and is suitable for room bigger than 250 square feet. Therefore, you get the choice to set the temperature as per the size of the room and your other requirements.

Just like most of the oil-filled room heaters, this one also comes with castor wheels making it super portable. The heater has all the primary safety features, including tip-over switch and thermal protection. The outer built is made of premium quality plastic, so, it has a cool-to-touch-body as well. Last but not least, the dust filter eases your cleaning job by preventing dust particles from entering inside the fins.

OFR-11 Fin is the only oil-filled heater on our list. Due to its type, it can hold the heat for a longer time and is ideal for larger rooms.

It is a 2500 W power room heater with additional 400 W for the fan. So, you can use it as a convection heater as well for instant hot air. Furthermore, it comes with three settings- 1000, 1500 and 2500 watts and is suitable for room bigger than 250 square feet. Therefore, you get the choice to set the temperature as per the size of the room and your other requirements.

Just like most of the oil-filled room heaters, this one also comes with castor wheels making it super portable. The heater has all the primary safety features, including tip-over switch and thermal protection. The outer built is made of premium quality plastic, so, it has a cool-to-touch-body as well. Last but not least, the dust filter eases your cleaning job by preventing dust particles from entering inside the fins.

6.4 Usha 423 N 2000-Watt Heat Convector with Over Heat Protection & ISI Mark

Indians trust Usha when it comes to home appliances. It is one of India’s oldest brand and proved its mettle with top quality products.

The 423 N room heater is another best home device from the brand made using excellent quality material. It is a fan-based heater consuming 2000 watts power, and such a higher power consumption makes it fit for 150 sq. ft. room. Very unlikely in case of heaters, this model has three thermostat setting-665, 1330 and 2000 watts. So, not only you can set the temperature but also lower your electricity bill. As far as, fan speed setting is concerned, you have two options in that.

For safety purpose, manufacturers have provided both overheat protection and tip-over switch.  Also, it has a nighttime indicator and side air inlet grills. This is not it. You can also adjust the heater’s height and carry it easily with the help of handle.

Indians trust Usha when it comes to home appliances. It is one of India’s oldest brand and proved its mettle with top quality products.

The 423 N room heater is another best home device from the brand made using excellent quality material. It is a fan-based heater consuming 2000 watts power, and such a higher power consumption makes it fit for 150 sq. ft. room. Very unlikely in case of heaters, this model has three thermostat setting-665, 1330 and 2000 watts. So, not only you can set the temperature but also lower your electricity bill. As far as, fan speed setting is concerned, you have two options in that.

For safety purpose, manufacturers have provided both overheat protection and tip-over switch.  Also, it has a nighttime indicator and side air inlet grills. This is not it. You can also adjust the heater’s height and carry it easily with the help of handle.

6.5 Havells Cista Room Heater

Cistar room heater from Havells is the second heater on our list from the brand. This bleach and white colour space heater has a great design and is equipped with basic features. It is lightweight, compact and reasonably priced.

This 2000 watt heater has another heat setting as well i.e. 1000 watts. It is a fan heater capable of heating 200 sq. ft. room. It is equipped with overheat to protect safety feature, therefore, if there is any voltage fluctuation, the product shuts off automatically to prevent any damage in the form of a fuse. Moreover, it has an adjustable height and power indicator. 

Although Havells is a reliable brand and yet you face any issues within a year of its purchase, one year warranty will take care of it.

Cistar room heater from Havells is the second heater on our list from the brand. This bleach and white colour space heater has a great design and is equipped with basic features. It is lightweight, compact and reasonably priced.

This 2000 watt heater has another heat setting as well i.e. 1000 watts. It is a fan heater capable of heating 200 sq. ft. room. It is equipped with overheat to protect safety feature, therefore, if there is any voltage fluctuation, the product shuts off automatically to prevent any damage in the form of a fuse. Moreover, it has an adjustable height and power indicator. 

Although Havells is a reliable brand and yet you face any issues within a year of its purchase, one year warranty will take care of it.

6.6 Bajaj Majesty RX11 2000 Watts Heat Convector Room Heater

Bajaj is another trusted brand in India. Its heaters are known for quality, performance, and reliability.

Majesty RX11 is a fan-based heater and consumes 2000 watts power. It is ideal for providing heat to a 200 sq. ft. room. Its fan is not only for delivering heat, but you can use it as a regular fan during summer. Besides, 2000 watts, it is equipped with 1000 watts thermostats settings as well. Hence, you have the choice to adjust the room temperature according to the weather.

It uses a fan to provide warm air, so it does not ensure noiseless operation. However, it is safe for a home with children or pets. From the safety point of view, it comes with an overheat protection feature and cool-to-touch body. However, the tip-over switch is missing.

It is a compact and portable heater which can be installed in two ways- horizontal and vertical. 

Bajaj is another trusted brand in India. Its heaters are known for quality, performance, and reliability.

Majesty RX11 is a fan-based heater and consumes 2000 watts power. It is ideal for providing heat to a 200 sq. ft. room. Its fan is not only for delivering heat, but you can use it as a regular fan during summer. Besides, 2000 watts, it is equipped with 1000 watts thermostats settings as well. Hence, you have the choice to adjust the room temperature according to the weather.

It uses a fan to provide warm air, so it does not ensure noiseless operation. However, it is safe for a home with children or pets. From the safety point of view, it comes with an overheat protection feature and cool-to-touch body. However, the tip-over switch is missing.

It is a compact and portable heater which can be installed in two ways- horizontal and vertical. 

6.7 Singer Quartz Heat Glow Plus 800-Watt Room Heater

Singer is a great brand when it comes to buying a room heater. This is an infrared space heater which makes it suitable for spot heating or providing warmth to one or two people.

Heat Glow Plus is an 800 W power consuming heater, ideal for 100 to 110 square foot space. It uses two heat glowing bulbs made of quartz (nickel and chrome) to provide instant heat.

It has two thermostat settings as well as —400 W for not so cold weather and 800 W for harsh winter. It is known for its noiseless operation and also, has the two basic safety features- tip-over switch and overheat protection.

By putting a handle on top, Singer has proved that portability does matter. Singer Quartz heat glow plus 800 comes with a 1-year warranty for manufacturing defects only. It does not include quartz tubes. Checkout reviews and comparison of best ceiling fans, best wall mount fans, best pedestal fans in India.

Singer is a great brand when it comes to buying a room heater. This is an infrared space heater which makes it suitable for spot heating or providing warmth to one or two people.

Heat Glow Plus is an 800 W power consuming heater, ideal for 100 to 110 square foot space. It uses two heat glowing bulbs made of quartz (nickel and chrome) to provide instant heat.

It has two thermostat settings as well as —400 W for not so cold weather and 800 W for harsh winter. It is known for its noiseless operation and also, has the two basic safety features- tip-over switch and overheat protection.

By putting a handle on top, Singer has proved that portability does matter. Singer Quartz heat glow plus 800 comes with a 1-year warranty for manufacturing defects only. It does not include quartz tubes. Checkout reviews and comparison of best ceiling fans, best wall mount fans, best pedestal fans in India.

Flashy 1000 Watts Radiant Room Heater

Flashy 1000 Watts Radiant Room Heater

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