Fun  Lifestyle  Technology   ·   11 Jan   ·   01:01 PM   ·   3 minutes Read

Mini Space Heaters Make Bestseller List

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Barely anybody heads out of home without a jacket or a umbrella these days.

That’s because the weather has been unusually chilly, a result of El Nino-La Nina weather dynamics plus literal arctic wind from the Polar Vortex. The last time the Polar Vortex affected South East Asia so dramatically was in 2018, when temperatures dropped to as low as 8 degrees Celsius in Hanoi.

Singaporeans, who are much better attuned to the tropical heat than the soggy, chill damp that has become the norm these days, have been calling this weather #sgwinter.

So it’s not entirely surprising that this is when the mini space heaters start to appear on the best-sellers list on

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After all, wasn’t around in 2018.

Let’s take a look of 5 of these mini space heaters and try to imagine them in our homes. Ready?

WJJZSHS Mini Plug-in Desktop Heater


At the bottom of the list of this Mini Plug-in Desktop Heater by WJJZSHS. Contrary to its name, it does not appear to be USB-powered. However, it does come in a compact size (9.25 x 3.62 x 9.25 inches) and even has a handle so you can carry with you wherever you go.

Curiously, it has a “rapid fever” function which I can only assume is the turbo option.


Also note-worthy is their copy for the production description,”… Winter is coming, when you feel cold, no matter how the city develops, he always feels lonely.”

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“Our tabletop heaters are like a desktop elf, always in that place, providing you with the proper warmth.”

Insert hot elf joke here.

Goes up to 700W.

Price: $27.75 + $10.10 for shipping

Rating: No reviews yet

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Black+Decker Ceramic Heater


This tower-style heater from Black+Decker stands at 22 inches tall and is relatively slim and compact. Its unobtrusive shape and design means it’ll fit in anywhere. Go from anywhere from 4 to 35 degrees Celsius with the press of a button. It also has a power-saver option so you can maximise comfort and savings.

Operates from 900 – 1500W.

Does not come with elves.

Price: $153.41 (free delivery)

Rating: 4.1 / 5 stars (41 ratings)

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Personal Ceramic Heater


This hexagonal ceramic heater from AUSHEN weighs only 600 grams. At 5.7 x 4 x 5.1 inches, it is an incredibly portable heating device. At only 600W, this little thing will also help you save on energy costs while still keeping you toasty. Perfect for work-from-home or catching up on your K-dramas.

Price: $63.25 (free delivery)

Rating: 4 / 5 stars (28 ratings)

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DeLonghi Ceramic Heater


Perhaps the most handsome looking of the lot, DeLonghi’s Ceramic Heater is 7.5 x 4 x 11 inches in size, which is on par with a medium-to-large desktop speaker. Perhaps your colleagues or family members might think you just bought a fancy new portable speaker. That is, if it is switched off. When it’s switched on, you’re bound to feel the heat as it goes from 900W all the way to 1500W.

Price: $113.99 + $26.01 delivery

Rating: 4.3 / 5 stars (191 ratings)

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Honeywell UberHeat Ceramic Heater


This Honeywell heater which follows the form factor of a regular desktop fan, is only 1.72kg. It’s impressive how they’ve managed to cram 1500W of power in this thing. Reviews touch on again and again on how they’ve misjudged the Honeywell by its diminutive appearance. It is definitely powerful enough to heat up a small flat.

Just don’t let your cat sit on it.

Price: $95.53 (free delivery)

Rating: 4.5 / 5 stars (2028 ratings)

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