Open Thread: Easy Home Oscillating Radiant Heater

During the fall and winter months, Aldi sells a variety of electric heaters good for taking the chill off a room. One recent option is the Easy Home Oscillating Radiant Heater.

Easy Home Oscillating Radiant Heater

What We Know:

The Easy Home Oscillating Radiant Heater sold for $29.99 in 2019, which is less money than most other oscillating radiant heaters on the market.

Aldi appears to have sold the same heater — or a similar version in 2017 and 2018 for the same price of $29.99. The 2018 heater had a three-year warranty serviced by Tempo USA, also known as Customer Care USA. We don’t yet know what kind of warranty the 2019 model may or may not come with.

We also found a manual for the 2017 heater here.

This heater has a parabola-shaped reflective plate that distributes the heat in many directions, making it preferable over a traditional space heater that blows heat in only one direction. Heaters of this type also have a reputation for being highly efficient.

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t tried this heater, so we don’t know how well it works. We also don’t know what kind of warranty service it comes with this year.

Do you have experience with the Easy Home Oscillating Radiant Heater? Share your thoughts in the comments. 

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  1. We got this last year and it saved our butts during the below freezing days. We have been very pleased with it.

    • I bought this heater today and it last 1 hour. I. will be taking it back first thing in the morning. I hate that i tried it after the store closed. It would have gone back to night. 😞

    • Diane Lois McMullen

      I used to live in Illinois and I bought mine 3 years ago at Aldi’s. It is one of the best purchases I have ever made. I have never had a problem with it at all and yes, it will heat a room. It seems like my office is always the coldest room in the house (no matter where I live) and I am sure it is because I am not moving around. My heater keeps me comfortable and it is very economical. I just may have to check Aldi’s here in Kentucky and get me another one. I recommend mine to everyone I know.

  2. Bad heater. On my second one. First went back when it would only run for about 5 minutes and then quit even though it was still plenty cold in the room. Second heater they gave me as a replacement ran ok for a few weeks and then the same thing. Most of Aldi electronics are good. This thing though is junk.

    • Yes I bought an EASY HEATER and it worked one winter in Houston which means I only used it no more than twenty times😩

  3. Antoinette Wilson

    Bad heater, I wouldn’t waste my money by buying a second one. I have to try something different cause it gave out right after I bought it. My daughter have the air condition up way to high and I bought it to warm my room, but it didn’t last no time. Please be aware

  4. I also found this heater only lasted one season and then worked no longer. Meanwhile another space heater I had for years before this one still works. Recommend not buying this.


  6. This heater works great. This will be my third winter, in Missouri it
    really gets cold, and it does well in a smaller living room. 2nd and 3rd
    winter I had removed face and carefully cleaned reflective backing, &
    That really helps it to do the best it can. It’s my 2nd source of heat, but
    it works well as a solo unit.
    don’t know about trying to sleep under the brightness, could be counteractive.

  7. I’ve been using this heater for 4 or 5 years and I’m pretty happy with it except for one thing – the timer knob broke. I used pliers to turn the timer to “always on” and I still use it, but it’s not as safe as it was.

    The knob was mounted on a D-shaft, with what looks like a 6mm diameter. I am looking for a replacement knob. I don’t think Aldi provides replacement parts but I realized this might be a pretty standardized component that I could replace using a generic part.

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