Works in small space
I bought this heater for my husband who sits in our office and it's freezing cold in there during winter. The space is small so the room heats up quite nicely. It does the job but I wouldn't recommend using it in a large space. Easy to use. Simple and cheap.
I guess if Kambrook spent a little extra money on the heater rather than the fancy box we would have something a little better on the shelf, not just cheap plastic crap. Where are all the heaters that work? I'm sick of these toys. Browsed the manual, Plugged it in, Powered it up, Smoke came out, the end.
We bought a smaller heater and less powerful. It doesnt suit the requirements we wanted. Kambrook KCE240 is good for small area and especially in the bathroom. It heats up the entire bathroom and great after coming out from the shower. It is easy to use and value for money.
Effective and affordable
Oscillating tower heating, 2 heat power modes, and comes with a fan mode. The only downside is the loud beep noise, everytime a button is pressed. Overall, it is effective heating for large rooms, and can be switched on for a long time. Very affordable for the price I paid!
Questions & Answers
My heater suddenly switched itself off and I don't know if it just overheated or something but even when plugged in and switched on the blue lights on the top screen don't show up, how can I fix this?
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