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    Sharon
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    I don't know if this was recently discussed or not, if so, shut me

    up. But I am looking at purchasing either a Sun Cloud or Eden Pure

    Infrared Heater. We have oil cast iron base board heat and I am

    cringing at this winter's oil bills. I also would like something a

    bit more "green" and the ability to only heat one area as opposed to

    the whole house when I turn on the baseboard....it is one solid loop

    throughout the whole house. Has anyone tried these heaters or have

    any knowledge about them? I am not interested in any other fuel type,

    i.e. kerosene, etc. heater. I want something that is safe and can be

    used round the clock.



    Thanks,

    Sharon from Lancaster Co., PA








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    sandy good
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    I had an Eden Pure and it wouldn't even heat my really dinky little livingroom.I sent it back. Personally I don't think they work like they advertise,not even close. hth,

    Sharon <embroidery@dejazzd.com> wrote: I don't know if this was recently discussed or not, if so, shut me
    up. But I am looking at purchasing either a Sun Cloud or Eden Pure
    Infrared Heater. We have oil cast iron base board heat and I am
    cringing at this winter's oil bills. I also would like something a
    bit more "green" and the ability to only
    heat one area as opposed to
    the whole house when I turn on the baseboard....it is one solid loop
    throughout the whole house. Has anyone tried these heaters or have
    any knowledge about them? I am not interested in any other fuel type,
    i.e. kerosene, etc. heater. I want something that is safe and can be
    used round the clock.

    Thanks,
    Sharon from Lancaster Co., PA




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    stargazer43008
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Sharon" <embroidery@...> wrote:

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    Hi! I posted this on another group. I was talking to some people about

    these heaters and they said they were great. One man hada house with

    great room with 24 foot ceiling in it. They used wood heat and these

    and said it worked great. It kept the heat even through room, which, is

    surprizing with those ceilings. He told me , if I couldn't afford one

    to call the eden Pure Company and ask about refurbished ones. I did the

    small one is around $129 and the big is $198 , but the woman said they

    don't have any big ones now and don't know if will soon. web plan on

    gettting a small ne as our apartment is hard to heat,between 500-700

    square feet, closer tro the 550 , but our highest electric bill ran,

    $159.84 last year in Feb. , using over 2,250 khw.It wasn't even warm ,

    I had 3 rooms shut off, there are 5 total, like 12x12 each and it

    wasn't above65 anytime, our bedroom actually was 40-50 degrres most

    time.That was with only a 6 foot basebord heater, 3 foot basebord

    heater and 1 oil filled one. We had plastic on the windows too. I'm

    going to put the sheets of foam insulation that is about 1/2 to 1 inch

    thick over windows this year. We can't afford that kind of heat bill

    and not even be warm. Here are 3 good electric sites. 1)

    http://michaelbluejay.com/electricity

    2)

    http://duquesnelight.apogee.net/home...fault.supp.asp

    x

    3)http://www.energyright.com



    These have calculators to actually plug in your electric you pay and

    the khw hours to give pretty acurate suggestions Blessings to all, lisa







    > I don't know if this was recently discussed or not, if so, shut me

    > up. But I am looking at purchasing either a Sun Cloud or Eden Pure

    > Infrared Heater.








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    Jaimie Hering
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    I have a friend who has an Eden Pure and he has had it for 3 years now and he loves it. He heats his whole downstairs with it and we live in Wisconsin so it gets cold. Iwas over there last weekend and it was sooooo hot in his living room/kitchen area....but he was showing some people how it worked and how hot it gets and heats the place. His heat bill has went down alot and he runs it 24/7. We are talking about getting one....but will watch this board to see if anyone has any other thoughts on it. We have gas heat and it costs a fortune.

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    Lilmouse22
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    Wish I had seen this review before I wasted 400$ on that piece of junk [Edenpure]! Might be OK for someone in the deep south where it never gets cold but we are in upstate NY and the thing is next to worthless. I have a couple of Pelonis ceramic heaters that cost under 100$ and they do the job for us, between our wood heat and the small electric heaters, we have not used more than 50 gallons of that darn 3.60 a gallon fuel oil since last Fall.
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