The Eurolux CH20R 2000W Tower model features two heat settings, a timer, a remote control, safety PTC heating element, electronic LED, thermostat control and an oscillating function. There is a more basic version of this model, the CH20B that is equally as powerful but has no timer or remote control.
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The 1800W CH18H Eurolux ceramic heater also has thermostatic control with an oscillating function, two heat settings, safety PTC heating element, plus cool and warm air movement.
Available in options such as Ceramic Tower (CH20R) and the more compact CH18H, these models are light in weight but efficient at providing low-cost, instant heat.
Eurolux claims ceramic heating produces more heat when a room is cold and less as the temperature increases thereby ensuring the occupants of the room remain comfortably warm while the system is efficiently regulating heat output to save on fuel bills.
Eurolux ceramic technology utilises fluted heat chambers with ceramic insulation and a PTC (Positive Temperature Co-efficient) element that, combined, produce the fastest, most energy efficient method of heat distribution.
The PTC element’s ability to gauge the exact amount of power required to maintain the chosen temperature results in noticeable energy savings compared to normal fan, radiant or convection heaters.
The CH20R Tower heater retails for about $129, the CH20B model for $89 while the CH18H is about $69.