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sethga 94 67 July 7, 2016 at 09:26 AM in Space Heaters (9) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by sethga July 7, 2016 at 10:36 AM
Good deals on forced air propane heaters. 3C alerted me, I use it to find off-season deals, scored in this case. I use these for heating my detached garage in the winter.. tailgating.. whatever. Good to have around when you need it! Prices are great compared to B&M stores, even other online places.

Looks like some of them have steady price drops each day, according to the charts.. they are good enough now, but if they continue to go down, I'd go for a price adjustment later. The price seems to keep going down with the quantity, so I'm wondering if these are closeout or something. Not really familiar with price drops equivalent to quantity drops, maybe it's related.

Here are the ones I think are worth mentioning:

Mr Heater MH15T Single tank top heater $20.21
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004W7S...top+heater
Manufacturer link: http://www.mrheater.com/single-ta...eater.html

Mr. Heater F271350 38,000 BTU Forced Air Propane Heater $37.90
https://www.amazon.com/Mr-Heater-...419&sr=8-9
3camels/Mr-Heater-Forced-Propane-F271350/product/B00KRFVCKA
Manufacturer link: http://www.mrheater.com/forced-ai...-1246.html

(old SD thread this at $99 - http://slickdeals.net/e/8402113-mr-heater-38-000-btu-forced-air-propane-heater-f271350-99-amazon?v=1&src=SiteSearch )


Mr. Heater F271380 MH85QFAV 50,000-85,000 BTU $84.92
https://www.amazon.com/Mr-Heater-...344&sr=8-5
3camels/Mr-Heater-F271380-MH85QFAV-Propane/product/B00KRFVEXK
Manufacturer link: http://www.mrheater.com/forced-ai...-1248.html

Mr. Heater F271400 MH170QFAVT $98.43 (watch out, this one says it needs a 100lb tank! Comments and reviews say otherwise - YMMV)
125-170,000 BTU
https://www.amazon.com/Mr-Heater-...19&sr=8-15
3camels/Mr-Heater-F271400-MH170QFAVT-Propane/product/B00KRFVHQE
Manufacturer link: http://www.mrheater.com/forced-ai...-1250.html

AWD / Used ones are slightly cheaper across the board.


Equivalent options at home depot to compare to ...


Dyna-Glo tank topper at home depot - $44.97 (http://www.homedepot.com/p/Dyna-G.../202895385)
Dyna-Glo 40,000 BTU $85.88 (http://www.homedepot.com/p/Dyna-G.../100672873)
Dyna-Glo 60,000 BTU $99.97 (http://www.homedepot.com/p/Dyna-G.../202223041)
Dyna-Glo 30,000-60,000 BTU $85.88 (http://www.homedepot.com/p/Dyna-G.../202922773)
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Forgot the single tank topper which is $20. Added.
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The big one doesn't NEED a 100 lb tank, that's just the max, it'll run on a 20 lb tank no problem. And, that's a great deal, bought the 38K BTU first, then got the big guy and am going to cancel the little one. Overkill is underrated. Thanks OP!

Information from the manufacturer's page linked in the OP for the big heater:
Just plug the heater into a 110v outlet, hook up the included hose and regulator to a 20lb propane tank or larger, and you are ready to take the chill out of any job.
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Last edited by tstarks July 7, 2016 at 10:04 AM
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Great deals in the warehouse too for distressed packaging.
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Quote from tstarks View Post :
The big one doesn't NEED a 100 lb tank, that's just the max, it'll run on a 20 lb tank no problem. And, that's a great deal, bought the 38K BTU first, then got the big guy and am going to cancel the little one. Overkill is underrated. Thanks OP!
Thanks. I snagged the $64 AWD one in that case. Agreed, overkill is underrated. Cold feet suck! Smilie Edited original post
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good way to burn the *#$**@ out of yourself
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good way to burn the *#$**@ out of yourself
I'm not an engineer or anything, but I'm pretty sure you're doing something wrong.
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Edited original post with Manufacturer product links.




Thanks. I snagged the $64 AWD one in that case. Agreed, overkill is underrated. Cold feet suck! Smilie Edited original post
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The big one doesn't NEED a 100 lb tank, that's just the max, it'll run on a 20 lb tank no problem. And, that's a great deal, bought the 38K BTU first, then got the big guy and am going to cancel the little one. Overkill is underrated. Thanks OP!

Information from the manufacturer's page linked in the OP for the big heater:
Just plug the heater into a 110v outlet, hook up the included hose and regulator to a 20lb propane tank or larger, and you are ready to take the chill out of any job.
just a heads up from one of the comments - "this is awesome! works great but you need at least 40lb tank. works on a 20lb tank but the tank freezes up"
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Can I use this in an attic?
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Can I use this in an attic?
CAN you? Probably a different answer than SHOULD you, or what the manufacturer says.

I've used these in garages, they are like a jet engine. You don't want them pointed at or near anything that you don't want to barbecue.

Standard disclaimers are probably in the manual... not enclosed areas, well ventilated, yadda yadda.

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just a heads up from one of the comments - "this is awesome! works great but you need at least 40lb tank. works on a 20lb tank but the tank freezes up"
Thanks for that. Noted YMMV in the original post.
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The 38k BTU one jumped to $48
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The 125-170,000 BTU one has 2 left in Amazon warehouse for $81ish. They're typically around $300 and you won't regret it when winter comes.
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just a heads up from one of the comments - "this is awesome! works great but you need at least 40lb tank. works on a 20lb tank but the tank freezes up"
Thanks for calling this out, but I hope it won't be a problem for my usage. I'll run this for a short period to heat up a cold garage for winter work, that's really all, nothing for extended use planned.
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The 38k BTU one jumped to $48..
...and now $58
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