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Old 12-03-2020, 11:39 AM   #1
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Wall outlet heater!

I think this has some great possibilities and the reviews are good!

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The problem with it Joe, is all wall outlets are waist high, and its my piggies that stay cold all the time!
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This is our solution for cold piggies. 250 watts for $11 @ Walmart. DW loves it and that makes me like it too.
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Joe,

It looks way to small to be effective (depending on what your needs are of course). We use a portable fake fireplace with 700/1500 watt settings. Have used this for almost 10 years with only a bulb change. The one you mentioned might be good to heat a very small space or as a hand/foot warmer.
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I bought this little guy for DW, and one for myself, and in fact, I'm sitting in front of it right now. 250W, so not a lot of heat, but it's just enough to keep me warm in my basement office when I don't feel like getting up and turning on the heat. Have to sit close enough to feel it, though. 250W isn't much.

I originally bought it to keep the house batter warm, but I didn't trust it unattended and under the couch where the battery is, so I went to a battery heating blanket and wifi thermostat control and use this in my office. As does DW.

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Thanks for the info, bought the scratch and dent model off Amazon for $6.66
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This heater is great. Works wonders in a 29 foot motorhome.
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In our Tiffin Phaeton, we have the heated porcelain tile floors. Now all of our piggies go wee wee all the way home.
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I prefer the 1500 watt models. I use 3 of them when plugged in. DW prefers the oil filled steam register type without a fan, no noise.
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Here is what you need...

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I purchased that exact model. I am not impressed. Too little heat.
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I purchased that exact model. I am not impressed. Too little heat.
The voice of experience! Now we know! Thanks!
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I purchased that exact model. I am not impressed. Too little heat.
Agree, 350 btu's is enough for a small bathroom, does nothing for a bigger area. Bear in mind most ceramic box heaters on high are 5100 btu's
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Agree, 350 btu's is enough for a small bathroom, does nothing for a bigger area. Bear in mind most ceramic box heaters on high are 5100 btu's
I think you meant 1200 BTU/hr, as itís 350W.
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