ReSource Partners Enterprises A5095 Eden Gen2 Pure Infrared Heater Review

Feeling a bit chilly? Then I might just be able to help. As one of the featured infrared heaters at Home-Improvement Guru, I’ve decided to take a look at ReSource Partners’ A5095. By examining the product’s featured and looking at which customers’ needs it best addresses, I hope you’ll get a good idea of whether this is a heater you might be interested in buying. So let’s see what it’s all about!

Features

This infrared heater is designed to heat a room of up to 1,000 square feet in area, and is fitted with an electric thermostat. It weighs a mere 15 pounds and measures 15.1 x 11.5 x 9.6 inches. There is a remote control available with an upgrade kit.

So, what’s it suitable for?

The A5095 is going to be popular with those who have a spare or refurbished room which is left cold by the current heating installation. It’s also a good choice for people who spend a lot of time in workshops or garages. It’s lightweight and compact so it’s not going to take up much precious room either. Being an infrared heater, you’ll find that it doesn’t have the drying effect on air that other heaters can. Thus, if your doctor has advised you to stay away from dry air, this could be the answer.

What are the pros?

I like the neat, unassuming design which fits nicely with the décor of many different rooms. More importantly, it heats a room of 1000 square feet to the extent that you’ll be comfortable stripping down to a t-shirt. That doesn’t mean you have to, of course, the temperature is adjustable so you can save power.

It’s quiet, too. There is a fan, which is audible but not bothersome. For near-silence the heater has a ‘quiet’ mode which reduces sound to almost nothing. Also, if you don’t want to mount the heater, or you want to use it in different rooms, it’s small enough to fit comfortably or a bookshelf or small desk without the risk of falling off.

What are the cons?

Some customers have reported cases of overheating when this heater is plugged directly into a wall socket. You might want to consider using a power strip in order to avoid this problem. The lack of a frontal display can be an issue, too if you need to keep an eye on the temperature, for example if you’re cultivating plants in your room. This can be an accessibility issue, too.

My overall view

ReSource partners have a good little product here. It’s a highly portable and straightforward heater, and if that’s all you’re looking for, would be a good purchase for you. Amazon users currently rate it with 4.4 out of a possible 5 stars. If you’re fussy about observing or maintaining a certain temperature in the room, you might want to look at other options which have better displays. Hopefully you’ve found this review helpful!