so I have a crock pot with a broken crock (or is it pot?) the shell with the heating element is fine as is the lid which fits nicely into the shell. So I filled it with river rocks (after washing them) and turned it up. once the rocks warm up it does a good job heating a smallish bedroom, you can remover or twist the lid sideways to get a large bump in heat out of it and on warm or low it keeps the room at a livable temperature.
my question is how does this compare to a regular old run of the mill space heater with the fan and the cycling off and on all the time. Energy wise that is? (one huge benefit, the crock pot is 99% silent, just a few creaks during warm up/cool down)
120ac 60 hrtz 270w I believe is the rating on the bottom.