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We got our Mom’s BioSmart® heater all fired up and it’s SO warm! Her place was freezing!! With a capital F! She has all hardwood floors, and all these shutters that she keeps closed, so it’s like a freezing stone in here. So we’ve forcing her to turn it on and use it. She’s all worried about the electricity, but we keep assuring her it’s not going to cost her like her big grey portable heater does. You know, one of those store bought specials that doesn’t pump out heat and costs a fortune to tur… Read more
I checked out other brands of infrared heaters and decided on BioSmart® Heaters because they are built better, the elements last a lot longer, and they run very quiet. Our propane heat cost $500 a month, we have 2 BioSmart® Heaters running and the cost is $186 a month. This is just the heater not all the other things operating. In just a little over 2 months the heaters will pay for themselves.
What we love about the [in-wall heating] system for our HOT YOGA STUDIO: Healthy heat – really feel the difference in your [yoga] practice as your body warms up and your practice is gentler. Comfortable heat – Never feels overwhelming or asphyxiating. Even when we are up into the mid-90’s, the heat is comfortable and easy to breathe. Invisible – because of the way we placed the heaters, the room is even with no trace of where the heat is coming from. There are no warm drafts blowing dow… Read more
I received my heater about two weeks ago. I LOVE IT! I am warmer. Since I have started using your heater I have felt warm and comfortable in this drafty rental house for the first time. The thermostat is set at about mid 50’s and it is reading at about 70. A side benefit is that an ongoing irritating nasal drip and morning congestion have drastically reduced and the red irritated area under the nose caused by the dripping and wiping is healing and yet, I have not even turned on the air purifie… Read more
My BioSmart® Heater has been a hit in my house. Finally been “comfy”, even with this cold, endless Chicago winter.
I live in Alaska and heating costs here are out of sight. It was common for me to spend $350 per month in fuel oil, plus a hundred in extra electricity—$450 per month in the winter. Then, a little over a year ago, I’d give the infrared heaters a try. Imagine my amazement when these two small units completely and comfortably heat my house for less than $200 per month in the winter? They are so easy to clean and maintain, I really can’t believe it–the “end of the furnace as we know it” has a… Read more
Our BioSmart® Heater saved us hundreds, maybe even thousands this year! The fuel man would take double looks at his meter every time he would fill us up!
I am completely satisfied with my BioSmart® Heater… My wife has M.S. and is confined to a wheel chair. After having used it for our heat this past winter, I have every confidence in the safety of this unit for her concerns. I believe it may well be one of the best purchases I can recall. I was extremely pleased with the sales people, and the ease with which the heater operates. I simply couldn’t ask for anything better.
We recently purchased three BioSmart® Heaters for our home in Pennsylvania. We noticed that our little poodle, CiCi, would head right upstairs every time she came in from outside. We thought you might be interested in knowing how satisfied we are with our BioSmart® Heaters, not only because they keep our two-story home toasty warm in chilly Pennsylvania, but also keeps CiCi comfy.
I have thoroughly enjoyed my BioSmart® Heater. It has been wonderful and very inexpensive to operate. It is everything I was told it was.
Compatible models: All BioSmart portable heaters prior to 2011 with 7 key control panels including PA with UV rocker switch on the back.
Includes thermostat sensor.
Note for the original 1500PA with the PO1 board:
This board can be used as an upgrade for the older PO1 boards that came with the original 1500PA. Because the ACO1 has the transformer built, it will need the PO1 conversion kit. The kit just consists of an extra extra pair of wires to power the board directly from the terminal block, rather than going through the transformer.