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Winter months bring with them chilly mornings and cold nights. The source of heat is important in these times, especially one you can count on to warm up a living room quickly and offer features to optimize the value of used energy.
Lasko offers such heaters in both great style and functionality. Although rather than looking at the entire catalog we are looking at two specific models. Namely, these are Lasko 6405 vs 6435. The following article will cover their strengths, weaknesses, similarities, and differences as a way of providing a purchasing suggestion for you.
There are three heat settings on offer across models. The first one is high, providing maximum heating for when you need a fast burst of heat to cozy up your room. The second is low, for slow and less energy-intensive heating that you may utilize when the temperature needs to be tweaked slightly. The last one is auto thermostat mode. This mode will adjust heat accordingly without any manual input being required.
You can adjust the timer on these heaters for up to 7 hours, once the timer runs out the heater turns off. The perfect option for those who are prone to cold and wish to leave their heater on for an hour or so after they go to bed. It is also nice to know you needn’t worry about turning it off while still keeping it operational.
LED Presented Settings
With easy-to-read LED temperature settings, you will have no issues when adjusting settings for your heater.
The heaters possess overheat protection, preventing dangerous malfunction of the device. It self-regulates itself with the ceramic element and it has a cool-touch housing. What this means is that you won’t accidentally burn yourself on it when switching up settings.
Models provide a selection of temperatures between 60 F and 85 F. The control panel on top of the heater allows you to select different temperatures in increments of 5, or just press max for maximum heat.
The heaters have great stability with their stand. Their four-legged stands make sure it’s safe from falling over no matter what side it is bumped into. Lasko 6405 and Lasko 6435 models will also continue to work even if somehow tipped over and with their safety features, this poses no potential dangers while still maintaining functionality.
Heaters provide the option of turning oscillation on. In this mode, it will spread the heat around the room, rather than act as a stagnant source of heat.
The whole three years of warranty are present with Lasko’s heaters, no matter your pick.
It does not possess a remote controller at all, you’ll have to utilize its LED control panel for adjusting settings.
Unlike the previous Lasko model, the 6435 has a remote controller. On it, you’ll find multiple configuration options. You can pick between the aforementioned low and high settings or turn on oscillation. Additionally, you can adjust the timer through the remote controller as well or increase and decrease the heat in increments by 5.
The Winner: Lasko 6435
The Lasko designer series oscillating ceramic heater provides not only great performance when it comes to warming your room up but also fits extremely well into the decor. Its unique design adds a lot of style to the surrounding. The ceramic body of the heater is nicely curved with gold color. The stand is black with four legs to keep it steady. The stand itself is black in color and has various ornamental design choices.
The newer Lasko model does not deviate much from the previous design, it still fits within the decor perfectly but the switch of color may fit better into your room. Its body is beige, providing a more neutral option. The past model also shares a control panel on the top, black in color and segmented into four parts.
The Winner: Tie
Pros and Cons