We're not sure these heaters can accomplish such heating+health benefits, since we haven't tested them yet, but they're definitely aesthetically one of the most decor friendly solutions available domestically, sporting a space saving, wall-mounted European minimal modern design that blends in well into any space. Shouldn't be a surprise, considering the technology inside the panels originate from Germany's Etherma line.The most impressive of the finishes available is the "mirror" model, designed to work both as a heater and a reflective mirror for daily bathroom duties (partnered with a towel rack, also as an effective bath towel warmer); guests wouldn't know the "mirror" was also a heater except for the warmth emanating near and around it. Smooth.
Heating watts of these Lava glass models range from 250 all the way up to 1000 for larger spaces, with a handful of colors available, sold between $1,299 up to $2,299…a luxury device for sure. We'll follow up in the coming months with a detailed review and report if this radiant solution does well in an older (thus not optimally insulated) apartment setting. But for now, we'll keep this safely stored away for another day, if you don't mind.