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The 5 Best Space Heaters of 2024

We tested the best space heaters from Lasko, Dyson, Amazon Basics, and more to discover which ones were the top performers
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The Best Space Heaters for 2024


Searching for a space heater? After researching over 100 models, we purchased 13 of the top performers for extensive hands-on testing. For our recent update, we ran a comprehensive set of experiments to determine which models are best for personal space, such as under a desk. We also set out to discover which products are better suited for small rooms, which are the easiest to use, and which are the most efficient. If you have cold feet about which space heater is the right choice for you, we have you covered.

For more advice on staying toasty indoors, see our picks for the top electric blankets. We've also tested the best outdoor heaters to ensure you're warm when spending time outside. When the temps rise, check out our reviews of the top-ranked fans, top portable air conditioners, and best window air conditioners to help you cool off. And for those looking to improve the air quality in their homes, we've also tested the top-rated humidifiers and outlined our favorite air purifiers.

Editor's Note: We updated our space heater review on February 7, 2024, to include the new models from Lasko, De'Longhi, and Dyson.

Top 13 Space Heaters - Test Results

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Pros Compact, low price, good at producing heatQuiet, heats a room well, doesn't get hot to the touchBuilt in air purifier, state of the art display and temp monitorSolid heating performance, affordable, oscillatesGreat remote, has wheels, elementary controls
Cons Lacks oscillator, lacks remote, unimpressive performanceLacks oscillation setting, on the pricey sideExpensive, relies on an external remoteNo remote control, no fan-only settingBulky, no oscillation
Bottom Line This very basic space heater provides a basic amount of heat at a basic priceA run-of-the-mill-space heater that has less than spectacular features, especially considering the priceThis is a high-quality device, albeit expensive, that works as both a space heater and air purifierThis oscillating tower style space heater provides solid performance at a great priceIf you're looking for a toasty warm infrared space heater, this is an excellent choice
Rating Categories Lasko Ceramic Adjus... Vornado VH200 Dyson Purifier Hot+... Lasko Ceramic Tower Dr. Infrared Heater...
Personal Heat (40%)
5.0
3.0
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Convenience (30%)
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Specs Lasko Ceramic Adjus... Vornado VH200 Dyson Purifier Hot+... Lasko Ceramic Tower Dr. Infrared Heater...
Model 754200 VH200 HP07 5775 DR-698
Measured Temperature Increase at 60 Minutes 8.3 °F 11.2 °F 13 °F 9.9 °F 8.6 °F
Remote No No Yes No Yes
Fallover Protection No Yes Yes No Yes
Oscillator No No Yes Yes No
Fan-Only Setting Yes Yes Yes No No
Thermostat User Interface Dial Switches Digital Digital Digital
Watts 1500 1500 2250 1500 1500


Best Overall Space Heater


Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower


68
OVERALL
SCORE
  • Personal Heat 7.0
  • Convenience 8.0
  • Small Room Heating 6.0
  • Power Consumption 4.0
Dimensions: 7.2" x 8.6" x 23" | Remote Control: Yes
REASONS TO BUY
Fantastic heating performance
Nice remote control
Small footprint
REASONS TO AVOID
Lacks fall-over protection
Doesn't double as a fan

The Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower rules the roost for tower-style space heaters. This model promptly produces heated air as soon as you power it up. The controls and user interface are intuitive, and the remote control is ergonomic and easy to use. Even though the unit is tall, it is easy to place in out-of-the-way spaces thanks to the small base.

This model has some limitations, however. There is no way to use the fan without the heating unit, so it won't be useful in the warmer months. It also lacks a tip sensor to turn the unit off if it accidentally gets knocked over. Still, all in all, we like this design the best for the majority of our space heating needs. If you want fallover protection and the ability to use the device as a fan or heater, the Dyson Purifier Hot+Cool HP07 will check those boxes, but it is much pricier than the Lasko.

Just a few of the many tests on the Lasko. We measured heat output, time to warm a room, electricity consumption and much more.
Credit: Matt Lighthart

Best Bang for the Buck


Amazon Basics 1500W


66
OVERALL
SCORE
  • Personal Heat 9.0
  • Convenience 4.0
  • Small Room Heating 7.0
  • Power Consumption 4.0
Dimensions: 7.5" x 6.3" x 9.4" | Remote Control: No
REASONS TO BUY
Compact
Also works as a fan
REASONS TO AVOID
No timer
Unclear temperature settings
Lacks oscillation capabilities

If you're looking for a small, basic personal heating device, the Amazon Basics 1500W Ceramic is a great option, especially considering the low price. It's very compact, making it perfect for use under an office desk or any other small space. A bonus feature of the Amazon Basics model is that it doubles as a fan so that you can use it all year round.

Regarding bells and whistles, the Amazon Basics 1500W Ceramic falls a bit short and is about as basic as they come. The temperature settings are controlled by a dial, with no way to select an exact target temperature. This model also lacks a remote and a timer and does not oscillate. If you're willing to spend a bit more, we think the Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower is worth the money.

Testing the automatic shut-off of the Amazon heater as well as the time to heat a room and energy consumption.
Credit: Matt Lighthart

Sleek and Strong


Dyson Hot+Cool AM09 Jet Focus


72
OVERALL
SCORE
  • Personal Heat 7.0
  • Convenience 9.0
  • Small Room Heating 6.5
  • Power Consumption 4.0
Dimensions: 8.03"D x 6.02"W x 23.4"H | Remote Control: Yes
REASONS TO BUY
Elegant design
Excellent at heating small spaces
Fast Heating
REASONS TO AVOID
Expensive
Relies on external remote

The Dyson Hot+Cool AM09 Jet Focus is a top of the line option for both heating and cooling. In the first twenty minutes of use, it generated 10.4 degrees of heat, adding up to a total temperature increase of 13 degrees across one hour. Heating is gentle and very customizable, with oscillation, temperature, and intensity all being changed via remote. It also comes with a pretty robust fan-only option.

Despite excellent performance, the Dyson Hot+Cool AM09 Jet Focus does come with two noticeable drawbacks. The first is the reliance on the remote for functionality. While sleek and magnetic (which enables easy storage on the heater itself), the remote is also small and depends on a smaller watch battery. Losing the remote makes the heater much less customizable and even completely loses a few features. Regardless, if you can make room in the budget, the Dyson Hot+Cool AM09 Jet Focus is an excellent option for both heating and cooling. Like the Dyson, the De'Longhi Dragon Radiant TRD40615T is capable of heating up larger rooms. This unit has a unique style more resembling an end table rather than a space heater.

The oscillating Dyson Hot+Cool AM09 helps keep the room warm or cold, depending on its setting.
Credit: Matt Lighthart

A Convenient Combination of Uses


Dyson Purifier Hot+Cool HP07


70
OVERALL
SCORE
  • Personal Heat 7.0
  • Convenience 8.0
  • Small Room Heating 6.5
  • Power Consumption 5.0
Dimensions: 5.12" x 30" x 9.8" | Remote Control: Yes
REASONS TO BUY
Built-in air purifier
Excellent at heating small spaces
Heats up quickly
REASONS TO AVOID
Expensive
Relies on external remote
Large

The Dyson Purifier Hot+Cool HP07 is not only a highly capable space heater, but it also functions as a top-of-the-line air purifier and fan. As a space heater, it was one of the best options for heating a small room. Over 20 minutes, it raised our test room temperature by 8.4 degrees and a full 13 degrees over an hour. The heat this machine generates is a pleasant radiant heat that isn't overpowering, even when you're sitting up close.

This model has two significant drawbacks, the first being that almost all of the functions are controlled with a remote. If you lose the remote, you're pretty much out of luck. The next is this unit's high energy consumption. It's not the worst offender, but it is above average regarding operating costs. If you're in the market for an air purifier and space heater, having a machine that can do both certainly saves a lot of floor space. The Dyson Hot+Cool AM09 Jet Focus is another option that combines heat and cooling into one unit.

Showing the Dyson HP07 in action as well as the process of cleaning the filter.
Credit: Chris McNamara

Best for Bathroom Safety


Lasko CD08200 Ceramic Bathroom


53
OVERALL
SCORE
  • Personal Heat 7.0
  • Convenience 3.0
  • Small Room Heating 6.0
  • Power Consumption 4.0
Dimensions: 7.65"D x 6.25"W x 6.25"H | Remote Control: No
REASONS TO BUY
ALCI plug for bathroom use
Compact
Affordable
REASONS TO AVOID
Limited heating options
No tip protection

If bathroom heating and safety are a key sticking point for you, then the Lasko CD08200 Ceramic Bathroom is the space heater for you. None of the other heaters in this category offer an ALCI plug, which is intended to keep you safe from electrical malfunctions. This is especially critical in a bathroom setting, where water-related hazards can be high. If the ALCI unit senses an abnormal change in current, it cuts power immediately to keep the user safe from shorts. In addition to this safety feature, the Ceramic Bathroom also displayed competent heating as well as excellent energy efficiency, all at an incredibly affordable cost.

Despite its merits as a bathroom heater, the Lasko CD08200 Ceramic Bathroom is missing a few quality-of-life options that the other options in this category include. Its heating options are limited to 'high' and 'low', and it does not offer oscillation or fan-only use. While it does miss out on some of the more technical bells and whistles, the Lasko CD08200 is still an excellent option for simple heating needs. Low energy usage and comparatively quick heating makes this a great option for both bathroom use and small room heating. If you like the idea of a ceramic space heater but are looking to place it in a larger room, the Honeywell Digital Ceramic is a great option that heats up quickly. This model also includes a handy digital temperature readout.

The Lasko CD08200 is perfect for keeping bathrooms and small spaces warm during those chilly months.
Credit: Matt Lighthart

Compare Products

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Score Product Price
72
Dyson Hot+Cool AM09 Jet Focus
Sleek and Strong
$470
Top Pick Award
70
Dyson Purifier Hot+Cool HP07
A Convenient Combination of Uses
$750
Top Pick Award
68
Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower
Best Overall Space Heater
$70
Editors' Choice Award
68
Lasko Bladeless Heater
$98
66
Amazon Basics 1500W
Best Bang for the Buck
$34
Best Buy Award
58
Honeywell Digital Ceramic
$115
56
Dr. Infrared Heater DR-968
$190
54
Lasko Ceramic Tower
$71
53
Lasko CD08200 Ceramic Bathroom
Best for Bathroom Safety
$45
Top Pick Award
49
Lasko Designer Series
$64
46
Lasko Ceramic Adjustable Thermostat
$38
39
Vornado VH200
$70
29
De'Longhi Dragon Radiant TRD40615T
$130

space heater - the dr. infrared is the perfect choice for larger areas, such as a...
The Dr. Infrared is the perfect choice for larger areas, such as a family room or a workshop.
Credit: Laura Casner

Why Trust GearLab


At GearLab, we purchase all the products we test at full price from the same retailers as our readers. This ensures that bias doesn't leak into our review from accepting promo or demo models from manufacturers. Overall, our team of experts ran more than 96 individual tests to help you find the perfect space heater to suit your needs and budget. We tested these models during a winter cold spell at Lake Tahoe, where the record-low temperatures dropped below -20 degrees Fahrenheit. We tested the heaters inside the lab but wouldn't run any experiments if the outside temperature reached more than 38 degrees. We came up with a series of different experiments to determine the comfort a heater provides under a desk and how much heat each could add to a small room. We also analyzed extra features and calculated how much each one costs to run. We ran each model for several weeks in the office, the lab, and in our homes.

We measured time to heat a room, temperature, energy consumption, and many other variables in our lab tests of space heaters.
Credit: Matt Lighthart

Our in-depth testing process of space heaters breaks down into four different metrics:
  • Personal Heat (40% of overall score weighting)
  • Convenience (30% weighting)
  • Small Room Heating (20% weighting)
  • Power Consumption (10% weighting)

Our testing team is comprised of Austin Palmer, Ross Patton, Craig D'Innocente, and Buck Yedor. Having spent his entire life in the snowy mountains, Ross Patton is no stranger to the various ways that people keep their living and workspaces warm. That, coupled with his formal training in environmental science and more than 15 years of product testing experience, has honed his skills for creating in-depth side-by-side tests. Austin Palmer has extensive experience performing hands-on tests for more than 500 products, and he spent time working on an oil rig where the crew would huddle around a space heater when temps were so low that running water would freeze. As a field worker in natural resource management, Craig D'Innocente hopes to bring a scientific attention to detail to product testing. His time spent as a field worker in the near-freezing alpine watersheds of Tahoe helps emphasize the need for staying warm, whether it be on a field assignment or at home. Buck Yedor not only brings a background in product testing but has lived in more than one freezing apartment with no central heat and knows all too well how crucial a good space heater can be. To verify our results, we consulted our resident mechanical engineer, David Wise, who has a background in heat transfer.

Measuring heat output from the Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower.
Measuring heat output from the Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower.
In our lab, we created a way to measure the thrust of both fans and...
In our lab, we created a way to measure the thrust of both fans and space heaters. Here, we log data from the Lasko FH500.
Measuring energy consumption of the AM09 in our lab.
Measuring energy consumption of the AM09 in our lab.

Analysis and Test Results


To determine which space heaters are truly the best, we conducted dozens of hours of market research to sort through the specifications and details of more than 100 of the top models. After much deliberation, we narrowed it down to 13 of the best space heaters and independently purchased them for testing side-by-side.


Value


Space heaters vary significantly in price and performance, and a higher cost doesn't necessarily equate to a better product, especially for specific applications. The Amazon Basics 1500W is an excellent choice if you aren't looking to spend much and you only need a compact heater with basic heating functions.

The Lasko Ceramic Tower would make a good fit if you'd like an oscillating-style tower heater but don't need extra features like a remote. Another Lasko model, the Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower, was our highest-scoring machine, but it costs much less than the models it outperformed. The Dr. Infrared Heater DR-968 is a bit more expensive than many heaters in our review but affordable for this type. Finally, if you want all of the bells and whistles you can get out of a heater from a designer brand, the Dyson Hot+Cool might be the one for you — but be prepared to drop a significant amount of cash for its futuristic design and additional function as an air purifier.

space heater - the lasko ceramic tower is a fantastic choice for an office...
The Lasko Ceramic Tower is a fantastic choice for an office environment.
Credit: Laura Casner

Personal Heat


Adding warmth and comfort to a living space is a space heater's primary purpose. Accordingly, we allocated 40% of the overall score for this metric. For personal heat, we began by putting each heater under a standard-sized office desk to see how they fit; then, we judged which models were the best at making the office space cozier and more comfortable. We used each heater in a living room and employed a panel of judges to poll the overall feel of how well each model was performing.


The Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower warmed up the underside of a desk noticeably much faster than any other model. This speedy heat-up earned it a top score; in fact, its heat was a bit intense. The airflow feels slightly more direct than other models, but the oscillation setting helps disperse the heat if needed.

space heater - the lasko ceramic digital tower does a phenomenal job of heating up...
The Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower does a phenomenal job of heating up the area under a desk. We were almost too toasty!
Credit: Laura Casner

The Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower was even more impressive in the living room than the office — this model produces a warm breeze better than any other model we tested.

space heater - the lasko ceramic digital tower is also good at heating larger open...
The Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower is also good at heating larger open spaces, such as a living room.
Credit: Laura Casner


The Lasko Ceramic Tower and the Amazon Basics have small footprints, so they tuck nicely under a desk. Both of these models heat a desk area very quickly, but unfortunately, their blowers aren't quite strong enough to be practical for use in a living room.

The Dyson Purifier Hot+Cool HP07 heats up fast and is excellent for living room use near furniture thanks to its oblong design and tilt option that directs air in a greater vertical gradient than the other models in our review.

space heater - the amazonbasics 1500w heats up quickly but is a bit impractical for...
The AmazonBasics 1500W heats up quickly but is a bit impractical for a larger room.
Credit: Laura Casner

The Dyson Hot+Cool AM09 Jet Focus is a slimmer take on the previously tested Dyson Purifier Hot+Cool 07 and lives up to the heating acumen of the old model while performing much better in small spaces. This heater is well-sized for under-desk use and comes with several options to make personal heating more comfortable.

space heater - the hot+cool am09 tucks nicely into any space to provide its heating...
The Hot+Cool AM09 tucks nicely into any space to provide its heating power.
Credit: Matt Lighthart

The Lasko CD08200 Ceramic Bathroom presents excellent heating in a small room setting, whether on a bathroom counter or under an office desk. Similar to the Amazon Basics, the Lasko CD08200 does struggle in larger rooms, but this is understandable given the intended bathroom use.

space heater - turning on the lasko is as easy as tapping the large top button.
Turning on the Lasko is as easy as tapping the large top button.
Credit: Matt Lighthart

Convenience


The overall convenience of using a home appliance, such as a space heater, can be a deciding factor when it comes time to purchase. These devices have various controls, temperature displays, remotes, and even the option to use the heater as a fan with the heating element disengaged. Here at GearLab, we can appreciate bells and whistles, so we dedicated 30% of the total score to convenience.


It's hard to beat the Dyson Hot+Cool in the convenience department. This model has several innovative features, including 350 degrees of oscillation and a remote that magnetically attaches to the top of the unit. Most impressively, it is also a fan and a fully functional air purifier, similar to those in our best air purifier review.

space heater - the dyson&#039;s remote stores via internal magnets.
The Dyson's remote stores via internal magnets.
Credit: Laura Casner

The timer on the Dyson goes up to eight hours, with options to set it for 30 mins, one hour, two hours, four hours, or eight hours. The digital thermometer had one of the widest readings, ranging from 33 to 99 degrees. The Dyson is also smartphone-compatible. Due to federal regulations, you can't control the heat via your phone, but you can control and monitor the air purifier.

Much like its predecessor, the Dyson Hot+Cool AM09 Jet Focus scores high on convenience. Its timer has increments for 15, 30, and 45 minutes as well as hours 1 through 9. Heating follows the same 33-99 range. Unfortunately, the Jet Focus is not controllable via Bluetooth, so losing the remote results in the loss of a number of features.

space heater - the hot+cool amo9 comes with a handy remote for easily controlling...
The Hot+Cool AMO9 comes with a handy remote for easily controlling the heating and cooling settings.
Credit: Matt Lighthart

The Lasko Bladeless Heater and Dr. Infrared Heater DR-968 scored well in the convenience metric. These space heaters have a digital readout and a thermostat that goes up and down in one-degree increments.

space heater - the dr. infrared takes on a unique style approach, appearing much...
The Dr. Infrared takes on a unique style approach, appearing much like an end table rather than a space heater.
Credit: Laura Casner

These models come with remote controls, but we found the Dr. Infrared is one of the most straightforward to use. Unlike the remotes for other models, the buttons on the Dr. Infrared are labeled with words instead of symbols.

space heater - the honeywell is equipped with handy safety features like fall...
The Honeywell is equipped with handy safety features like fall protection and a heat proof handle.
Credit: Laura Casner

Out of the remotes that use symbols, the Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower controls were the most intuitive to decipher, and this model's controller fits comfortably in your hand. The Infrared is great for those needing to feel the heat for extended periods, as it has a timer that goes up to 12 hours in one-hour increments.

space heater - the buttons on the lasko ceramic digital tower have symbols that are...
The buttons on the Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower have symbols that are easy to understand.
Credit: Laura Casner

The Lasko Ceramic Tower has similar controls to its cousin, the Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower. Still, since it lacks a remote, we could only give it a mediocre score for this metric.

space heater - this lasko bladeless heater provides built-in remote storage.
This Lasko Bladeless Heater provides built-in remote storage.
Credit: Laura Casner

Coming in near the back of the pack is the Amazon Basics 1500W; this barebones model has minimal settings and features, although we like that it can be used as a fan without the heating element engaged. While some enjoy having lots of features, others may prefer a basic model that is straightforward and does what it's meant to do.

space heater - the amazon basics fits just about anywhere thanks to its compact size.
The Amazon Basics fits just about anywhere thanks to its compact size.
Credit: Matt Lighthart

Small Room Heating


We ran each device in the same room for a set amount of time at the highest setting and then measured how much of a positive temperature change each heater was able to cause. We took readings every 20 minutes for an hour.


At the start of each trial, to ensure that our data was accurate, we made sure the inside temperature of the test room was as close to 64 degrees Fahrenheit as possible. We even took it a step further and only ran the assessment when the outside temperature was in the low 30s. We dedicated 20% of the total score to this metric. Some of the heaters did fairly well, but because we feel there is vast room for future improvement in space heaters' overall performance, we didn't give out any high scores for this assessment.

space heater - the tools of the test: a thermometer, a stopwatch, and a wattmeter.
The tools of the test: A thermometer, a stopwatch, and a wattmeter.
Credit: Matt Lighthart

The heater that raised the temperature the fastest was the Amazon Basics. Using a total of 1500 watts, this comes as no surprise. After a 60-minute period, this powerful little heater brought the temperature of our testing room up by 14.7 degrees Fahrenheit. The two Dyson models, the AM09 and the HP07, created a 13-degree positive temperature change after an hour.


After the top three models, the Lasko Ceramic Digital Tower, Lasko Bladeless Heater, Honeywell Digital Ceramic, Lasko CD08200 Ceramic Bathroom, and Vornado VH200 all raised the temperature of the room by a temperature between 10.8 and 11.5 degrees Fahrenheit during our controlled testing time period of one hour.

space heater - testing the dyson hot+cool to see the temperature changes.
Testing the Dyson Hot+Cool to see the temperature changes.
Credit: Matt Lighthart

The rest of the heaters all fell between 8 and 10 degrees, with the lone radiant oil heater, the De'Longhi Dragon bringing up the back of the pack at 7 degrees. But keep in mind, when using a radiant oil model, the unit will continue to stay hot after it has been turned off and even unplugged.

space heater - we used a data logging laboratory-grade thermometer to track the...
We used a data logging laboratory-grade thermometer to track the heat produced by each model.
Credit: Laura Casner

Power Consumption


We assessed power consumption for the final 10% of our total score. Each device in our review is 1500 watts, but they use surprisingly different amounts of energy. You could easily drive your power bill through the roof if you aren't careful. We ran each heater on high for two hours and took readings with a wattmeter to assess this metric.


From this data, we could see the power consumed by each model in kilowatts per hour (kWh).

Results May Vary


While the power consumption is uniform for each model, testing across different electrical settings may provide different results. For example, a house running off of wiring laid in 1980 will likely be less energy efficient than a brand-new home. Power consumption readings in this review should be treated as relative measurements and not absolute data.

The unit with the lowest consumption for this test was the Lasko CD08200 Ceramic Bathroom, with a two-hour usage test showing only 2.27 kWh used. Units tested for this update all showed less than 3 kWh per two hours, including even the industrial De'Longhi Dragon Radiant TRD40615T.

space heater - the dragon fits nicely under desks and is great for heating up large...
The Dragon fits nicely under desks and is great for heating up large spaces.
Credit: Matt Lighthart

Notably, the De'Longhi Dragon Radiant TRD40615T is an oil-based (rather than radiant) space heater. This means that the oil reservoir will continue to hold heat much longer than the ceramic units, potentially offering energy savings across longer periods of time. For a larger room or even a garage, the Dragon is an excellent option despite its poor performance in smaller spaces.

Over short periods of time, power consumption is comparable for the heaters tested. However, extrapolated to a full day of use, consumption begins to vary more. If you are considering running a space heater in lieu of central heating, we recommend a more efficient model as well as utilizing the timer feature to keep consumption in a normal range.

space heater - we hands-on tested a wide variety of space heaters to see which were...
We hands-on tested a wide variety of space heaters to see which were the best.
Credit: Matt Lighthart

Conclusion


After reading this review, we hope that you will be confident enough in our processes to purchase the best space heater for your individual needs. Our home appliance experts have tested many other products for keeping your home comfortable, regardless of season or climate.

Ross Patton, Buck Yedor, Austin Palmer, and Craig D'Innocente