24-inch Oscillating Space Heater
Wrap the entire family in all-around warmth.
Convenient Remote Control
Fully control various settings at your fingertips from up to 26 feet away. Included wireless remote control allows you to warm the room up without getting out of your bed.
Digital LED Screen
Thanks to its titled LED screen and panel design, this heater is easy to reach and operate. Tap the timer button and select a time (1-12 hours) to ease sleep anxiety when heating at night.
Easy to Move Around
The hidden carry handle at the back helps you carry around wherever you want to warm up from your bedroom, living room, basement to office.
When tilting 45 degrees off the ground or being knocked over by pets, the space heater shuts down automatically, with its alarm going off to alert you to an unexpected event.
The digital thermostat, from 41 to 95℉ in 1℉ increments, enables you to have precise control of the temperature in the room. Long press the plus and minus buttons for faster temperature adjustment.
Reinforced structure prevents the plug from deformation, bending, overheating, and short circuits. Built in V0-rated flame-retardant materials, this space heater provides ultimate safety for your heating.
Note: Please plug directly into a wall outlet.
Power Supply: 120V, 60Hz
Power Source: AC
Wattage Range: 700-1500W
Mode Options: H1/H2/H3/ECO/Fan
Sound Level: 37.5 dB
Bulit-in Timer: 1-12H
Adjustable Thermostat: 41-95 °F (In 1°F Increments)
Remote Control Battery: CR2025
Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 7.8 x 24 inches
Cord Lenth: 6 ft / 1.8 m
Product Weight: 6.82 lb / 3.09 kg
What's in the box
1x Dreo Solaris Max Space Heater
1x Remote Control
1x CR2025 Lithium Battery
1x User Manual
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is there no air coming out?
2. Press the power button/remote control to power on
3. Check the air inlet/outlet and see if there is any obstacles and abnormal deformations.
Why is my heater not turning on?
2. Check if the power button on the control panel is abnormal by turning it on/off via the remote control
3. Check whether the LED light on the panel is on when plugged in
4. Take a short video
Why does the fan heat up so slowly?
2. Switch to normal mode
3. Clean the air inlet/outlet
Why is my heater not warm enough?
2. Switch to normal mode
3. Check if ambient temperature or room temperature is too low. Test the unit in a different room.
Why is my heater generating so much noise?
1. Take a short video for us to confirm if it is abnormal
2. Relocate the unit and ensure the heater is on a stable, secure surface
3. Try to apply lubricant to the base if the noise only happens while the heater rotates
Why is my LED screen blinking?
2. Take a short video
Why are the buttons on the control panel not working? Why is my remote not working?
1. Test with the remote control
2. Take a short video of this issue
1. Test by controlling the space heater via the control panel
2. Replace the battery in the remote as instructions in the User Manual
Note: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type
Why does my heater shut off randomly?
2. When the set temperature is reached, the heater will stop working, and come back on when ambient temperature is lower than the set temperature
3. When the ambient temperature is above 50°C / 122°F, the heater will stop heating and the overheat alarm will be triggered with malfunction code FF on LED display and beeps. Please unplug it from the power source and power it on again when the ambient temperature drops below 50°C / 122°F
Why is the OSC function not working?
2. Relocate the unit and make sure the heater is on a stable, secure surface.
Note: If there is cracking sound when oscillating, please try to apply lubricant to the base if possible.
Why is the appliance so hot?
2. For Radiator Heater, the surface of the heater may reach 80°C maximum
Please unplug the power cord and wait the unit to cool down, then restart it
There is odor coming out of the heater, what can I do?
What can I do if the heater is tripping during use?
2. If it is tripping due to product short circuit, replacement should be arranged
What does E1 code mean?
What does E2 code mean?
Take a short video to confirm and replace it
This product is rated 4.8 of 5.0 stars.
It has received 1192 reviews.
This heater almost caught my house on fire
I live in a basement apartment and have nerve sensitivity to temperature so I run space heaters pretty much all year round, even in summer if it's 100oF+ degrees out. My two Lasko towers have lasted 5+ years with daily use, but one is slowly starting to fail. So after reading reviews and specs that this DREO Solaris Max is supposed to operate fairly QUIET I thought I'd give it a try in my living room where I watch TV and listen to music at fairly low volume. LOUD heater FANS are definitely a deal breaker! I will say this tower does sounds about 10-15% percent quieter than my Lasko on low (900w) setting, which is the setting I use the most and am able to hear the TV and music no problem, a low white-noise. The Lasko on High (1500w) is definitely louder but not to the point I have to crank up the volume with my TV or music. Although my old Lasko is about 4" inches taller, the heating element appears to be roughly the same size with similar output (Lasko only has HI and LOW modes + temp adjust). Only thing I don't like about the DREO is there's really no control over the fan speed, I would think L/M/H - 1/2/3 would each have different speeds, but that's not how it works, it's automatic based on temperature selection as well as ambient temperature. Not a huge deal breaker because there's really very little noise dB decibel difference in fan speed between when it's running low or high. The fan seems to mostly run at a medium speed, never really runs faster, but sometimes slower when demand for heat is less. In fan only mode the fan does sound like it's spinning at full speed, but still relatively quiet. It oscillates, but I never use the feature as it's usually directed on at my elevated resting feet. Definitely one of the quieter tower heaters I've owned, but not silent, so I'll chalk the DREO up as a win.
? PROS: Quieter than most tower heaters in all heating modes, 3 heat level with good output + temperature setting adjust (hope it lasts), air blows straight out an not upward, sleek modern and simple looking, display goes into sleep mode after one minutes, remembers last settings, has fan only mode (why others don't offer this just doesn't make any sense), remote, instruction manual, 5 year warranty, tip over protection (my Lasko didn't have this), a tiny bit of rattling at startup but goes away quickly, and has a 30 second cool down when powering off.
? CONS: No fan speed control in heat or fan only mode.
Both the size and the heat output are ideal for our RV. It's fantastic to have temperature control. We like the oscillating function and remote control. I like how it seems. There is excellent heat output. The remote is quite useful.
It is a fan heater, therefore it is quite noisy. However, if you don't mind white noise, that's all right. It's a good size and lightweight.
This heater works really well. There are two of them. They have good temperature controls and an integrated ocellating function. Very quiet. Definitely worth the cost, and I'd do it again.