There are times when we don’t want to turn on our entire heating system, perhaps we want to heat just one room, or we need the room to warm up a bit quicker. In these cases, the perfect solution is an oscillating heater.
Lasko has focused on designing a series on oscillating heaters that combine style and heating. Today, we will be looking at the Lasko 6405 vs 6435. We are going to cover all of their features like the design, settings, power, and value for money. All of the specifics will be placed in a comparison chart and we will round up with some pros and cons and our final verdict.
The Lasko 6405 and the Lasko 6435 are very similar, therefore we will start here.
The Lasko 6405 and the Lasko 6435 are 1500w electric heaters, which is an excellent amount of power that you would expect to find in this type of heater.
As with any electrical appliance, it’s important that they have excellent safety features. The Lasko 6405 and the Lasko 6435 are ETL listed, meaning they have passed strict safety tests. They also come with built-in safety features like overheat protection and cool-touch exterior.
There are three settings to choose from with the Lasko 6405 and the Lasko 6435; low, high, and PLUS Auto- a setting that is programmable thermostat controlled.
On the top of the Lasko 6405 and the Lasko 6435, there are 4 control buttons with LED indicators. The center button is the power button, the temperature button ranges from 60º to 85º. The OSC button is for distributing hot air throughout the room with widespread oscillation. Finally, there is a button to control the timer.
Both the Lasko 6405 and the Lasko 6435 come fully assembled so you can use them straight out of the box.
For increased stability and a more unique design, the Lasko 6405 and the Lasko 6435 both come with a stand designed like a rustic iron plant pot stand.
Value for Money
The Lasko 6405 and the Lasko 6435 are practically the same price and they both come with a three-year warranty.
Comparison Chart – Side by Side
Now that we have looked at how these Lasko heaters are similar, let’s turn our attention to how they are different.
If you look at images of the Lasko 6405 and the Lasko 6435, you wouldn’t notice a difference. They both have a rustic design that will blend in with your home décor. They come in two colors, gold or beige.
This is a slightly smaller ceramic heater at 7.1 x 7.1 x 16.23 inches. It weighs only 6.82 pounds.
Here, the ceramic heater is 11 x 11 x 16 inches and weighs just a bit more at 6.89 inches.
The Winner Is- The Lasko 6405
Having a remote control makes life so much more convenient, changing your settings from the comfort of your sofa.
There is no control with the Lasko 6405
The control that comes with this heater allows you to change between high and high, adjust the thermostat, start or stop oscillation, and set the timer.
The Winner Is- The Lasko 6435
The comparison chart below can be used to quickly compare the specifics of the Lasko 6405 and the Lasko 6435.
Pros and Cons
The ceramic oscillating heaters from Lasko are so similar, it may all come down to the following pros and cons.