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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Home is Where the Heat Is Giveaway

Looking for something to heat about 1,000 sq. ft of the inside of your home? Check out the Logan Portable Infrared Heater for just such a purpose. ARV $249. Giveaway is open to continental US residents only and runs through 11/12. Good luck.
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Logan Portable Infrared Quartz Heater is the perfect heating solution for living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, kitchen areas, basements, and craft rooms. Plug this electric heater into your wall outlet and immediately enjoy the warmth. Its heat exchanger combines with the humidity in the room to provide soft, moist, safe heat without reducing oxygen or humidity.

  • Supplemental heating up to 1000 sq. ft.
  • Balanced heat keeps the temperature difference between floor and ceiling within 2 to 3 degrees
  • Fine Furniture Finish with castors
  • Color: Walnut
  • Thermostat controls room temperature
  • Air purifying function through high efficiency lifetime filter
  • LED display - Display's Ambient Temperature
  • Remote control (2 AAA batteries included)
This giveaway is open to the Continental US only (because of shipping costs) and will end on November 12th, 2014. Good Luck!!

62 comments:

  1. The winters are very cold and harsh and it also rains a lot.

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  2. well I've always wanted a heater to take on vacation, but the winters are NOT that bad because we live in the HOT state of ARizona!!

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  3. We live in Michigan and some winters can be downright bone chillin! We need this for our den which doesn't have any heat.

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  4. winters are real cold. This would be perfect in our sun room which was an addition and has no heat.

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  5. Winters can be mild but my husbands workshop is an open backporch area so this would come in handy to keep him warm.

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  6. We get occasional ice storms here, but generally the winters aren't terrible compared to other parts of the country. I, however, am from south Louisiana and the winters feel brutal here to me.

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  7. We live in Northern Minnesota. It can get down to 50 below zero here! One bedroom in our house is always colder than the rest. This heater would do the trick!

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  8. Live in Northern Wisconsin and winters are very cold. This would be great to put in the living room for some extra warmth and then transfer it to the bedroom at night.

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  9. Our winters in here in upstate NY can be pretty brutal.

    I would like to win because I'm always cold, especially when I'm using our computer in the den. This heater would work great in our den.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  10. Our winters in Utah have gotten worse over the years, with a lot of ice buildup. I would love a nice heater.

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  11. I live in Philadelphia and we have very cold winters. I want this for my daughters bedroom because she get little to no heat in her there.It stays cold all winter long in there.

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  12. Our winters are extremely cold here in Ohio. It's a toss up how much snow we will get but we do get a lot of ice & cold temps.

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  13. We live in Green Bay, Wisconsin and had to deal with the polar vortex 4 times last winter. I'm not looking forward to this winter. My son's room is usually colder than the rest so this would be perfect.

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  14. Our winters in here in upstate NY can be intense. This would be great for that.

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  15. Winters here are damp and chilly. This would be perfect for the basement, which is a bit too cold to use in the winter.

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  16. Hi here from Michigan we have terrible winters I would so love to win to help keep us warm and to help save on propane its really costly in the winter months. This would be so amazing and very helpful we are already cold here,

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  17. I live in the North and winters are so harsh. Below average cold and a lot of snow. My bedroom stays cold so would really love to win this. I could stay warm and toasty.

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  18. Our winter are very cold. Last year we had a record number of days below zero. This would be great for our basement.

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  19. Winters have been tough here in NW NJ the last few years. We get a lot of days in 20's and some below that too. I have a very limited income and oil budget so the house is often cold so this heater would be so welcome and appreciated by me and my kitties.
    alyce poalillo

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  20. My winters aren't that bad, but the house isn't so well insulated and I really feel the cold! I work at home and only heat my office so this would be an awesome thing to have to stay warm!
    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  21. I live in East TN. Our winters are usually not to bad, but last year we lost power & had more snow then usual.

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  22. I live in southeast PA...hard to say, the winters vary so much, some are relatively mild and some are frigid. I'd like to win this because our house is a hundred years old and the old furnace is a coal furnace converted to oil. Very expensive to heat the house, so we try to 'spot heat' as much as is feasible.

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  23. I would love to have this because I think it would help on saving money.And also our house is a little drafty.

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  24. The winters are pretty harsh and snowy up here in New England. On top of that, we sometimes have issues with our heating unit in the building we live in, so having a heater to help keep us warm and comfortable would be a godsend!

    Geoff K
    gkaufmanss at yahoo dot com

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  25. I like in Northwestern, PA and the winters are brutal, especially here in the snow belt. It's insane. I work an hour away and it can mean a difference of 6 to 8 inches of snow between home and work. Our house is not insulated well so something like this is just what I need to keep my family warm.

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  26. Our winters are not that bad, we usually have a couple of weeks total of below freezing temps. I am really cold nature d, so a heater like this would be nice to warm up to.

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  27. My husband is always cold but I'm not. This heater would bring harmony to my marriage!

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  28. Our winters are very cold and snowy, with a newborn in the house the heater would be a blessing to win... no19034770 @yahoo.com

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  29. We have cold snowy winters. I would love to use this in the living room on really cold days/nights.

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  30. I live in MI and this would be so helpful in keeping our home warm this winter. Last year was the coldest and the most snow we've had in years. Our gas bill was huge!! This would be perfect to help with costs and keep us toasty warm!

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  31. We live in Colorado and our winters vary from long, cold and full of snow to relatively mild, sunny with very little snow. We really never know what to expect. But it would be great to have this to heat it up when it does get freezing here.

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  32. We have cold winters. My office is in an old building and it gets very cold in there. I would use this to keep me warm at work!

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  33. They aren't quite as bad as when I ived in Chicago, but I only have a window unit heater so so be awful.

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  34. winters are usually cold like Chi-town, be good to get some more heat in here

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  35. Our winters here can get pretty cold. My utility room stays chilly in the winter & this heater would make it a lot more comfortable when I do laundry in there.

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  36. Here in CO it can feel like spring one day and be a blizzard the next.

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  37. Here in chicago the winters have been horriab;e and are gong to bad again this year

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  38. Cleveland Ohio has really harsh winters, very cold, plenty of snow and blowing wind

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  39. This will actually be my first winter in North Carolina-I'm a Texas transplant due to my husband's work. I know that the winters are supposed to be pretty harsh (compared to Texas) and so this would be really helpful to keep us warm. I hate having to layer like crazy in the house.

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  40. Winters in CT can get very cold, our house has a furnished basement but barely gets heat, this would be perfect for that space!

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  41. Well I live in the northern most part of Indiana. The winter weather is brutal, we had a foot of snow still in the yard in APRIL! It's bitterly cold with days of negative degree temps!

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  42. I want to win this heater for a backup source of heat for the oil heater, which get expenses in February

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  43. The winters in Ohio seem to be getting worse every year - colder, more ice & snow!

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  44. The winters aren't too bad here but we have no central air or heat so every bit helps. Plus last year my cousin stole our 2 Kerosene heaters we had been using soooo now we're trying to replace them.

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  45. Northern Michigan needneed I say more

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  46. I'm in Portland, Oregon. The winters themselves aren't bad, but the heating in our apartment is awful! I usually sleep in two pairs of pajamas and five blankets! Having something like this would be a lifesaver!

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  47. In Central PA , the winters are cold. Our house i drafty and this would really help

    JOE GERSCH

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  48. Winters here aren't bone chilling, but we definitely need something like this for those freezing days and nights. It seems the past two years have been the coldest winters that I can remember. Our central heat seems to have a mind of its own - it goes out once a year, ugh. Thank you for the chance!

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  49. Winters are fairly cold here and I could use an extra heater for my house plants.

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  50. Winters are cold. It does snow here some and gets below freezing. We live close to the beach so it's a damp cold. We also live in an old house built in the 1930's! We could use a small heater for the dining room/office area.

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  51. Winter in NC where we lice can be very cold with lots of snow.
    For the past couple of years our furnace has gone out in the coldest part of winter at least once. I would love to have this on hand just in case it does decide to fail so that I know we can still stay warm.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  52. The winters are unbearable for me; cold & snowy

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  53. here in new england cold harsh and windy this heater would be great for the upstairs

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  54. I live in Ohio and the winters can be quite freezing! I need this heater to stay warm!

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  55. I have an unheated workshop that would be well served by this unit and a 100 foot extension cord.

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  56. We are trying to semi-finish our attached garage for a play space for my kids, since it won't have it's own heat (yet) this looks perfect in the meantime!

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  57. The winters have been awful in NW Indiana these past few years. I would love to use this on a cold night like tonight to help us stay toasty.

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  58. The winters here are usually sunny, but cold. Our old house is a bit drafty, especially the back part where our bedroom is so would really like to win this to heat it.

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  59. The winters here aren't too tough, that's why i would love to win a heater like this, because it's not always cold enough to run the central heat. This right here would be just perfect.

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  60. Winters are cold with ice and snow here. I want to win this heater because we converted our garage into a family room for our teens and it doesn't stay as warm as I would like in the winter.

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  61. We live in PA and last years winter was the coldest that I have ever experienced in my 27 years! I would love to win this because we only have one thermostat in our apartment and the water gets cold in our baseboards before it hits our son's room and bathroom. Those 2 rooms get so cold...you can literally walk half way through our kitchen and feel the difference. It would be nice to keep this in our son's room to keep him warm at night instead of having to layer him up at night

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  62. Thanks for the giveaway…winters here are mild, but we have one or two rooms at our place that really get cold at night despite our normal HVAC.

    Rafflecopter: Bryan E.

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