If your workplace is frigid or you’ve got a cool spot in your home, a space heater can keep you warm so you don’t have to layer up.
Best Overall: Lasko Ceramic Heater
This popular space heater is small but mighty. It fits under or on your desk and quietly warms your personal space with its self-regulating ceramic element. The adjustable thermostat maintains a comfortable temperature and it can also be used as a fan only.
Best for Big Rooms: Lasko Digital Ceramic Tower Heater
Tower space heaters provide great coverage, and this model from Lasko is packed with features that allow you to customize your temperature and time using it. The oscillating feature ensures your entire room gets warm, and the remote control is a convenient way to adjust your heater from across the room.
Best Style: Honeywell UberHeat Ceramic Heater
This modern looking space heater packs 1500 watts into a compact design. It has two heat settings and a thermostat, so you can set it to maintain your ideal temperature. With a 3-year limited warranty, you can feel confident using this on a daily basis every season.
Best Compact: Vornado Personal Space Heater
Vornado fans are known for their excellent air circulation, so when it comes to warming a small space, their personal heater is up to the task. The tip-over shut-off feature prevents accidents and is safe to have around small children.
Best for Desks: Opolar Ceramic Space Heater
Best Technology: Dr. Infrared Heater Portable Space Heater
This space heater can heat a large room using its infrared quartz tube technology. It includes an IR remote control, silent operation, and shut-off timer. At 24 pounds, it’s the heaviest of the bunch but glides along on caster wheels for easy movement.
Slimmest Design: DeLonghi HMP1500 Mica Panel Heater
This panel heater is ideal for small spaces and works best when placed against a wall which prevents it from becoming a tripping hazard. Use it with the casters or mount it directly to your wall. The 1500-watt heater has a safety thermal-cut off so it doesn’t overheat.