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Old 10-31-2016, 12:18 AM   #15
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I used two of these in my Large bunk Semi, to heat it all winter long, and except for the coldest nights, one was plenty on the low setting, (750 W.) I had a 8500 K. diesel generator, and it did not know when they were on or not! They moved a lot of air, and that is the trick, for these type of heaters to work good! They lasted for years, quiet, and worked! When I bought them, they were 79.00 dls, so have come down in price since!


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We use one of these in the bedroom:

and one of these in the livingroom:

Both oscillate, which makes a big difference in how well they heat an area.

One note: We use these units exclusively when electricity is included in the camp ground fee. They will get pretty expensive to operate when you are paying for power separately. We use the diesel Aquahot when we are paying the electrical bill.

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