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Stanley Ceramic Utility Heater with Pivot Power

Stanley Ceramic Utility Heater with Pivot Power

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Overview & Details

  • Rugged, durable utility heater provides 1500 watts of comforting warmth
  • Great for garages, basements, shops, and work sites
  • Unique pivoting feature directs warmth where needed
  • Self-regulating ceramic element with automatic overheat protection
  • Easy-grip carry handle
  • Adjustable thermostat control for personalized comfort
  • 3 quiet settings: high heat, low heat and fan only
  • Fully assembled
  • E.T.L. listed
  • 3-year limited warranty

  • The Lasko 675919 Stanley Ceramic Utility Heater with Pivot Power is ready to go when you are. This handy Utility Heater is the perfect partner for any job. With its unique pivoting feature, you can send warm air where it is needed the most. It will keep you warm while you are hard at work during the cold winter days. The rugged, durable construction and rubberized, comfort-grip handle make this heater is the perfect tagalong for any workplace, the garage, the basement, or the shop. Three comfort settings and an adjustable thermostat provide precise, personalized comfort.
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    Material Content: Plastic, steel
    Measurements: Approx. 11.6"W x 12"D x 12.1"H
    Power: AC
    Country of Origin: China


    • 1500 watts of warmth with 3 comfort settings (High, Low and Fan Only) 
    • Pivots to direct warmth where you want
    • Adjustable thermostat control for personalized comfort 
    • Built-In safety features including a safe ceramic element, overheat protection, V-0 safety plastic and cool-touch housing
    • Rugged, durable construction for home or the work site
    • Tubular steel base
    • Rubberized, comfort-grip handle


    Stanley Ceramic Utility Heater with Pivot Power
    8 reviews 4.1 out of 5

    Review Breakdown

    5 Star
    62.5% 5
    4 Star
    12.5% 1
    3 Star
    12.5% 1
    2 Star
    0% 0
    1 Star
    12.5% 1
    Would recommend to a friend
    • This one is the best

      Bought 3 different brands of heaters, This one is the best by far. Moves the air so much more. Considering returning the other 2 and get 2 more of these.

      Debby333, MI
      Was this review helpful? 7 out of 7 found this review helpful
    • Heater

      What a power house...I love it

      ohbabyyy1, FL
      Was this review helpful? 5 out of 5 found this review helpful
    • stanley heater

      this heater works great an i highly approve this product and it packs a punch for warmth. buy one and hope you enjoy as much as i do.

      wvastephen, WV
      Was this review helpful? 9 out of 10 found this review helpful
    • We haven't tried it yet

      We haven't tried this yet but I wanted to warn those that are buying this for a friend or family member for a gift that this heater comes in the box that its supposed to be in with no regular brown box to cover what it is... so if you're ordering it to the same houshold as the person you're buying this for be warned because my husband ALMOST saw it after the ups men dropped it off.

      timmytimtimtimti, NH
      Was this review helpful? 10 out of 17 found this review helpful
    • Hubby loves it!!!

      This was for my hubby who smokes outside and with it getting cold he wanted a heater for the storage building so he could smoke in it. This works fantastic, he says it keeps the storage building the perfect temp and doesn't get too hot! Thank HSN!!!

      Dinostone, TX
      Was this review helpful? 29 out of 33 found this review helpful


    Renowned for creating innovative, useful tools, Stanley continually tests, designs and improves its award-winning tools to ensure top quality and function. Frederick T. Stanley founded the company in 1843 as a bolt and door hardware manufacturer. He merged his business with his cousin Henry's rule and level company in 1920, creating the Stanley Tools of today.