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brisar 50,955 124,330 December 19, 2015 at 02:18 AM in Space Heaters (7) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 12-20-2015 by longmanj9 at 07:05 AM View Original Post
Walmart has Patton 1500W Electric Utility Milkhouse Heater (PUH680-WM1) on sale w/ free store pickup. Thanks brisar

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The Patton 1500W Electric Utility Milkhouse Heater has earned 4 out of 5 stars based on 287 customer reviews and is Ideal for the garage, workshop or job site. The 2-Pack bundle is a nice value.

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Edited January 4, 2016 at 03:58 AM by brisar
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Patton Electric Utility Milkhouse Heater
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It's $28 for One at Amazon [amazon.com]

  • Milk-house utility heater with durable design and rugged steel housing
  • Quiet, fan-forced convection coil heat; automatic thermostat
  • Low and high settings; front guards and auto shut-off if tipped over
  • Great for heating open areas like the basement, garage, or workroom
  • 1000 & 1500 Watt heat settings
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Take those reviews with a grain of salt, and for what they're worth. This is, after all, a "utility heater" and meant for use in a shop, garage, or other work and utility areas, NOT living areas. From experience, these are not abnormally noisy, but aren't something that I would expect to use in a living room, either. Those that complain are cheapskates that buy the cheapest thing they can, and expect it to perform to the standard of something of a completely different, and higher cost, piece of merchandise. This is the reason that I always look at such reviews with a jaundiced eye.

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Typically on milkhouse heaters, the 2 settings are 1300 watts and 1500 watts-----------I have had 2 of these type heaters (one purchased from CVS many, many years ago & the other, still operable, from Sears)-----the 1st one, if I recall correctly, lasted me nearly 20 years--------the present one is in its 14th or 15th year------------------they are durable, no doubt---------I never use the highest setting whereby the coils glow---------perhaps that has something to do w/ the longevity------for my money, you just can't beat 'em.
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Missed the last sale for one at 19. Good thing I read your post today. Got two for 15 each. Repped!
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Agreed - I like these basic, durable heaters. (Assuming Walmart's are as good as most others...)

FWIW, my local True Value has this style heater on sale for <$20 at least once a year, so if you miss this or want to avoid Walmart, keep an eye on your local hardware store. HTH
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Agreed - I like these basic, durable heaters. (Assuming Walmart's are as good as most others...)

FWIW, my local True Value has this style heater on sale for <$20 at least once a year, so if you miss this or want to avoid Walmart, keep an eye on your local hardware store. HTH
apparently the reviews say these things are ridiculously loud
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In for the 2-pack. Also, Walmart offers 5% cash back through Discover Deals. (10% Cash back during double rewards in first year). Thumbs up.
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Will this raise my electric bill by a lot?
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Will this raise my electric bill by a lot?
That depends on how much you are running it. Resistance type heaters, these, are inefficient use of electricity. If you're simply using one to warm up an infrequently used area, like your workshop, for a short while, then you wont see a big increase in your electric bill. But, if you're using this as a primary heat source, and running it all the time, you're in for a large increase in your electric bill.
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Typically on milkhouse heaters, the 2 settings are 1300 watts and 1500 watts-----------I have had 2 of these type heaters (one purchased from CVS many, many years ago & the other, still operable, from Sears)-----the 1st one, if I recall correctly, lasted me nearly 20 years--------the present one is in its 14th or 15th year------------------they are durable, no doubt---------I never use the highest setting whereby the coils glow---------perhaps that has something to do w/ the longevity------for my money, you just can't beat 'em.
agreed. These are quite durable, and I've had some that have lasted for a very long time for something that cost so little. Patton makes a good product in this, and that they haven't changed the basic design of this heater speaks well of that fact.
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Do you guys think a pair of these would be enough to heat an unfinished basement (approx 900 sq ft)?
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Do you guys think a pair of these would be enough to heat an unfinished basement (approx 900 sq ft)?
Depends on how insulated that basement is and how hot you want it compared to ambient temps. But sure, it probably can make an average basement livable-ly warm.
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apparently the reviews say these things are ridiculously loud
Take those reviews with a grain of salt, and for what they're worth. This is, after all, a "utility heater" and meant for use in a shop, garage, or other work and utility areas, NOT living areas. From experience, these are not abnormally noisy, but aren't something that I would expect to use in a living room, either. Those that complain are cheapskates that buy the cheapest thing they can, and expect it to perform to the standard of something of a completely different, and higher cost, piece of merchandise. This is the reason that I always look at such reviews with a jaundiced eye.
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Do you guys think a pair of these would be enough to heat an unfinished basement (approx 900 sq ft)?
Yes. I've used two of these in an unheated finished basement and it was comfortable. However, running them a lot will increase your electricity bill, as I saw an increase by doing this until I had permanent radiators installed. This was in Northern Virginia winter (20 - 32 degrees outside and the heaters were in a walkout basement - got toasty, probably around 72 degrees inside). These will turn off if tipped over too.
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