@SputnikHQ It’s a measure of temperature. Absolute zero is the lowest (theoretically anyway) temperature you can get which is designated as 0 degrees Kelvin or -459.67 F (and for the fanatics out there who would prefer to operate in Celsius it is -273.15 C). Science has measured outer space to be about 3 degrees Kelvin.
Or, you could get one of these, plug it in (maybe with an extension cord in this last example), turn it on, and let its 360-degree heat warm everyone up.
Not to be the party pooper, but most space heaters specifically warn against using them with extension cords, because a lot of extension cords aren’t rated for 1,500 watts, and using a space heater with an extension cord that isn’t rated for that load is a major fire risk.
@iggy71 okay - I’d just had a couple of exchanges about the sizes of those lantern/speaker/charger things (@sillyheathen said they’re much bigger than she expected, and there were no dimensions shown on that page) and the Blisslights projector (dimensions ARE shown but I hadn’t checked them and it was much smaller than I expected.)
I don’t get this offering. I frequently see 1500 watt space heaters for sale on Amazon or Ebay (I made the mistake of searching for one earlier this year, and now it’s in the algo); many of them are around $15-20, some even less. What makes one worth 2x or 5x that price?
It arrived and I finally got it unboxed two days ago. Turned it on, and ran for about 30 minutes. I heard a beep and click looked at it and it had powered itself OFF! Wouldn’t power back on. Finally, after hours it allowed itself to be powered on and repeated the pattern. It will not stay powered on and doesn’t work. How can I get it replaced or refunded?