Signature Series Glass Heater // Wolverine
The Signature Series Glass Heater is a discreet, wall-mounted heating solution disguised as a work of art. Composed of tempered glass, this panel heater emits gentle, natural infrared radiant heat that's similar to the heat you feel from the sun. This highly effective and energy-efficient heat comfortably warms your space in a matter of minutes to ensure your space is always inviting.
Mount it on any wall in minutes with the included template and hardware, then plug it in to any standard wall outlet—no complicated wiring required. The extremely slim profile extends less than 2” from the wall for a streamlined look, while the eye-catching artwork adds unique style to your décor. Whether you place it in the kitchen, bathroom, your office, or even on your patio, this stunning glass heater will instantly improve the look and feel of your space.
Tempered Glass, Stainless Steel
- OriginUnited States
— Warranty: Manufacturer's 1 Year
— Wall-mounted Tempered Glass Heater
— Gentle, Natural, & Highly Efficient Infrared Radiant Heat
— IP55 Certified
— Max. Temperature: 180°F
— Reaches Max Temperature Within 10 Minutes
— Easy Installation: 5 Minutes With Included Installation Template
— Plug & Play
— Wall Plug: Standard US Outlet (3 Prong)
— Voltage: 120V
— Integrated On/Off Switch
— Glass Will Increase In Surface Temperature When On, But Does Not Present A Risk Of Instant Burning
— Suitable For Indoor & Outdoor Patio Use
— Can Be Hung Vertically or Horizontally
— Panel Depth: Less Than 2"
— 48"L x 16”W Variation: 500W; Ideal For Spaces Up To 110 sq ft
— 48”L x 24"W Variation: 750W; Ideal For Spaces Up To 160 sq ft
— 72”L x 24"W Variation: 1100W; Ideal For Spaces Up To 210 sq ft
— Glass Heater
— 3 ft. Power Cord
— Installation Hardware & Instructions
No, the temperature is not adjustable. It comes with a full ON/OFF thermostat.
Shipping AvailabilityCanada, United States
Shipping PolicyStandard Ground Shipping
Ship In2-3 weeks ⓘ
Return PolicyFinal sale, not eligible for return or cancellation