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Re: Amish Heater?

I never knew that the little black,(not real wood) Wrought iron look ,heater I bought about 3 years ago from Lowe's was considered an "Amish Heater". I love my heater. It is not to be used as primary heat source,but it keeps a room nice and toasty and the flickering flame ,which,by the way is a light with a mirrored affect ,along with the fake logs and fake ash make it look like a real wood burning heater/ fireplace. If you want to heat a room,and look at the warm glow ,then it is the heater for you.Just don't buy it to heat your entire home. It's more of a conversation piece with nice extras. I really love mine. It is beautiful and great to sit by.All I had to do was plug it in. Oh,& it does keep my central heat unit from coming on as often. It was worth the 300.00 I paid for it and will buy another in the future.


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