Space heaters are great, since they let you warm the air in a specific room without having to heat the whole house.  For people who live alone, using one instead of cranking up the thermostat can make for a whole lot of savings. And while there’s no shortage of electric heaters in the market, we have to admit, we’re liking the style of the Vornado Glide Heat. Measuring just 9.3 x 9.2 x 8.2 inches (height x depth x width), the device is portable enough to move around the house, making it easy to pick up and set up wherever you’re spending your time.

Plop it down in the living room to watch the game, in the kitchen to make dinner, or in the bedroom while you nap to keep the air warm and toasty, regardless of the weather outside. Like Vornado’s other electric heaters, the Glide Heat uses the outfit’s Vortex Action technology, which controls the airflow such that it’s able to heat all the air in a room. That means, it pushes a lot of air with a wide range of dispersion, allowing it to raise a room’s temperature in mere minutes. Do note, that focus on heating the whole room means?

It won’t be able to heat up a space at particularly high temperatures. But it is enough to raise the air to genuinely toasty levels that you should feel comfortably warm even in the coldest days. The outfit describes the device’s operation as “fast, warm, and gentle,” so it will effectively heat up a room without making a ruckus. Seriously, the only sound you’ll hear is the air pushing out of the rig. While it raises the room’s temperature, the heater’s enclosure itself stays cool to the touch, so you can easily pick it up and move it to another room.