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This 2-in-1 all-season tower fan doubles as a space heater: 'Heats a bit room!'

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For most folks, the colder months mean stowing away tower fans and bringing out space heaters to keep their spaces nice and warm. While this is a perfectly fair routine, the reality remains that not many folks — especially those living in smaller apartments — have space to store an extra gadget when not in use.

Eliminating the need to stow anything away altogether, Lasko created the All-Season High-Velocity Hybrid Fan and Heater. As its name suggests, this gadget functions as a traditional bladeless tower fan and powerful space heater, making it perfect for all-year use.

Lasko FHV820 Oscillating All-Season High-Velocity Hybrid Fan and Space Heater, $149.99

$149.99 at Amazon

Designed to meet everyone’s comfort needs, this fan is a powerhouse with two power buttons, allowing you to use either function when you need it. When using the fan setting, the space heater setting will remain off and vice versa.

The fan mode has four speeds, ranging from low to high velocity. The high-velocity feature comes in handy during those sweltering summer days as it’s perfect for cooling, ventilating and exhausting any space.

The heater mode also has four speeds, ranging from low to turbo heat. Turbo heat projects heat 40% further to quickly warm the room you’re in, eliminating the annoying wait time that comes with so many traditional space heaters.

Also, the space heater mode features Lasko’s AutoEco thermostat, which maintains room temperature while using less energy — a feature that you’ll definitely appreciate when you receive your power bill.

Another standout feature of this two-in-one gadget is its widespread oscillation, which ensures that cool or warm air circulates throughout the entire room. It also has a programmable auto-off function that lets you set the unit to run for up to eight hours.

The elegant combo tower fan and space heater also comes with a digital remote control. For easy storage, Lasko added a handy slot on the back of the unit just for the remote. Plus, the device’s simple tap-to-touch sensing controls on the front panel give it a sleek and modern look.

Also, and arguably best of all, it comes fully assembled!

Amazon shoppers can’t stop raving about this two-in-one tower fan and heater. One impressed shopper even said that “every room needs one of these.”

“The range of the air for both fan and heater is perfect for a 300-square-foot room,” the shopper wrote. “With the ceiling fan and the cool fan turned on, it feels like the AC is on a high setting.”

Another shopper who admitted to running hot throughout the night added, “I’m glad that on hot nights I will be able to sleep.”

As far as the heat setting is concerned, shoppers say it works perfectly.

"I love this heater," a five-star reviewer wrote. [It's] easy to operate. Heats up a big room fast."

Snag the Lasko All-Season High-Velocity Hybrid Fan and Heater now for what shoppers say is one of the best investments you’ll ever make for your living space.

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