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Mr. Heater F232000 MH9BX Buddy 4,000-9,000-BTU Indoor-Safe Portable Radiant Heater $69 Amazon

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I've been eye-balling this heater for summer camping in the mountains - gets below freezing at night. Thanks OP!
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Looks like a good deal, just in time for Memorial Day camping.

FYI: Ebay has it for the same price [ebay.com] through a highly rated seller, but it would be no sales tax for most people.
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It's $69 at Walmart and have been for quite a while
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Before buying this to use for tent camping, I checked Craigslist and was surprised to find many of these models listed there. Like a lot of used camping equipment, several are listed as only having been used a few times. I just scored one less than a year old for $30, so if you don't mind used equipment, check CL in your area and you may find an even better deal than buying new.

Now I'm trying to figure out if I should buy an adapter to refill the 1lb bottles from a 20# tank or just buy the longer hose to connect the 20# tank to this heater. Anyone use these for camping and tried both options? Which do you like best?
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Before buying this to use for tent camping, I checked Craigslist and was surprised to find many of these models listed there. Like a lot of used camping equipment, several are listed as only having been used a few times. I just scored one less than a year old for $30, so if you don't mind used equipment, check CL in your area and you may find an even better deal than buying new.

Now I'm trying to figure out if I should buy an adapter to refill the 1lb bottles from a 20# tank or just buy the longer hose to connect the 20# tank to this heater. Anyone use these for camping and tried both options? Which do you like best?
Get the hose and a T. I take one tank and connect my grill, stove and heater. I guess it's not really a T but a manifold. Anyways it makes things much simpler. Those small bottles are a waste in my opinion.
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Just in time for those cold summer nights. Wink
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Not bad but 4 hours on low using a 1 pound tank.. Might need to invest in a 25 pound propane tank and adapter
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I've been eye-balling this heater for summer camping in the mountains - gets below freezing at night. Thanks OP!

Don't buy, its not safe to use it indoor.... unless you have a carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide detector in your cabin or text then dont' use it. and if you vent it won't overcome the cold air coming in.

this is more of a quick and direct heat solution, which is bad. You'll feel warm and your body will stop generating heat and you'll feel colder. its better to layer more on.
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I got one from warehouse still says like new for $39 but I didn't realize it doesn't plug-in that runs on propane I want radiant heater for my bathroom I guess actually it'll be OK I have lots of propane tanks of various sizes
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Don't buy, its not safe to use it indoor.... unless you have a carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide detector in your cabin or text then dont' use it. and if you vent it won't overcome the cold air coming in.

this is more of a quick and direct heat solution, which is bad. You'll feel warm and your body will stop generating heat and you'll feel colder. its better to layer more on.

This is not true, I used it this winter in my tent with a big tank and slept so warm and comfortable and I didn't have to dress like the Michelin Man just to sleep. It's fine for indoor use.
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Don't buy, its not safe to use it indoor.... unless you have a carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide detector in your cabin or text then dont' use it. and if you vent it won't overcome the cold air coming in.

this is more of a quick and direct heat solution, which is bad. You'll feel warm and your body will stop generating heat and you'll feel colder. its better to layer more on.
They are completely safe to use indoors which is why they are so popular. I use it while camping but I also have a CO detector kept nearby. It has never gone off. Also it warms the entire tent. I've slept shirtless and in shorts with this thing running while it was 40-50 outside.

http://www.mrheater.com/faqs/gene...rs-safely/
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Save your money and buy a refurb unit. I paid $40 for refurb unit from Cabelas. It came in a box, didn't have a scratch on it and comes with the same 1 yr warranty as a new unit.
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