Myonaz claims that its new patent-pending ceramic space heater is multifunctional, USB charging included
'Tis the season to (probably) be more chilly, and thus to perhaps wish for a technological solution to inadequate heating systems at home or in the office. The company Myonaz' latest product is one in a category that may address these problems. It is a ceramic heater, which, as its owner claims, is thus rated for safe and efficient personal space-warmer.
This device, however, does more on top of that. Myonaz asserts that it is also rated as an electric fan that can output cool or warm air. The latter is delivered independently of the heater; in addition, the fan element is slated to spin at only 45 decibels, meaning it is less likely to distract the user while on.
The heater also includes a circular LED lamp, which sticks out on a stalk against which the user can also stand a phone so as to view content while using the heater. Finally, the Myonaz 4-in-1 product also features a USB port, which, while described as "fast charging", has a 3 amp (A) output.
Therefore, this device's maker argues that it would be ideal for users who are likely to have multiple objects that perform all the tasks alluded to above on their desks or in their living space. In other words, this heater allows one to consolidate these items into one. This heater, known as the Myonaz Omni Thermal, is patent-pending and is available from now on Amazon for US$24.99.
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