Contemporary Heater designed by Red Rabbits

Contemporary Heater designed by Red Rabbits

Most heaters are just there to distribute heat around the room to keep those affected by winter nice and toasty without freezing to death, but how many of them can actually be detached to be hugged? Today you’re gonna see a contemporary heater that has a beautiful design, and something more than an usual heater. Designed by Red Rabbits, these three cassettes can be removed and used in any manner you like, including placing your feet on them or even keeping your food warm. It heats through convection and radiation, with and without the cassettes mounted. In addition, the heat is experienced through conduction when interacting directly with the heating cassettes.


  • Lavanna Martin January 8, 2009 at 17:20 PMLogin to Reply →

    Have you seen this heater hose? Those Italians!

    I love design blogs!

    Thank you,

    Lavanna Martin

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  • Lowell Westgaard May 20, 2010 at 15:36 PMLogin to Reply →

    Please, can you PM me and tell me couple of a lot more thinks about this, I am definitely fan of one’s blog…

  • Storage Heaters June 21, 2011 at 11:24 AMLogin to Reply →

    What a good idea. This is the kind of product every home needs in order to save energy. What’s the point in heating up a whole room if you just have really cold feet or hands?

  • Meteorelec November 12, 2012 at 12:24 PMLogin to Reply →

    Wow, now these look great and i am so curious in what way they work as in how much heater do they give and how do they last before having to recharge, but so modern and slick that they almost fail to register as being an actual heater