Space heaters to help you stay toasty

Keep your apartment nice and cozy.

living room in a cottage
Keep your room the temperature you want.Taylor Simpson via Unsplash

Sometimes putting on a giant hoodie and cuddling up under a big blanket just doesn’t cut it. Stay warm with these small but mighty space heaters, which will keep you plenty cozy. Now all you need is a glass of hot chocolate and some movies to make you feel all warm and fuzzy.

GiveBest Portable Electric Space Heater, 1500W/750W ETL Certified Ceramic Heater with Thermostat
Features a six-foot-long cord.Amazon

This mini heater puts in the work, heating up 200 square ft. in just a few seconds. Sit back as the heater turns on and off based on your room’s temperature, with adjustable levels between 0℉-158℉. Rest easy with the auto turnoff feature, which shuts off the device when it’s getting overheated.

Heat Storm HS-1500-PHX-WIFI Infrared Heater, Wifi Wall Mounted
Control directly from your phone.Amazon

Save more space by investing in this mounted heater. Adjust the heat directly from your phone and set timers for when you want the device to turn on and off. You can also make use of a child lock feature, so your kids won’t start fussing with the settings.

PELONIS PH-19J 1500W Fast Heating, Programmable Thermostat, Easy Control, Widespread Oscillation, Over Heating & Tip-Over Switch Protection, Tower Heater
Warms spaces in three seconds.Amazon

In just a manner of seconds, you’ll get toasty thanks to this heater. The portable design offers 1500 watts of heat and an oscillating feature, which helps maximize warmth. Made from flame resistant material, the device is whisper quiet and comes with high/low settings.

Home Choice Small Ceramic Space Heater
Choose between three temperature settings.Amazon

Looking to get the most bang for your buck? This heater can also be used as a fan during summer months – just switch between three settings: fan only, low heat, and high heat. Easily move the lightweight device from room to room and enjoy the tip-over safety feature, which automatically turns the heater off if it falls.