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World Marketing Dura Heat Tank Top Heater EXPIRED

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Amazon has World Marketing Dura Heat Tank Top Heater on sale for $27.02. Shipping is free.

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  • Match Ignition
  • Provides quiet, instant infrared heat
  • Variable heat output (9K-13K-15K BTU'S)
  • Requires NO electricity
  • Uses a 20 lb. cylinder or larger (NOT included)
  • Propane infrared heater provides 15,000 BTUs
  • Heats up to 400 sq ft

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Amazon [amazon.com] has World Marketing Dura Heat Tank Top Heater Length: 8in, Width, Height: 9in (White) for $26.92
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  • About this item
    • Match Ignition
    • Provides quiet, instant infrared heat
    • Variable heat output (9K-13K-15K BTU'S)
    • Requires NO electricity
    • Uses a 20 lb. cylinder or larger (NOT included)
    • Propane infrared heater provides 15,000 BTUs
    • Heats up to 400 sq ft
TT-15S, from patio to the ice house, outdoor sportsman to homeowner, this versatile propane heater provides a low cost heating solution for many outdoor activities.
Connects quickly and easily to a standard 20 lb. LP(propane) cylinder.
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It states OUTDOOR so i would not assume anything but using this thing with plenty of fresh air around. They do make propane heaters you can use inside with a vent open (Mr. Heater Buddy line). Even those models have run time limits and some also have built in carbon monoxide detectors that shut things down if levels get too high, because you definitely still have to worry about cm despite being "indoor" heaters.
.... this can be used in a closed garage right?

.. I'd hate to be wrong on this one lol
I remember my dad had one of these in his garage. We'd use it when we'd melt lead to make our own fishing weights. Which we would put on with our teeth when fishing. Not joking. Ah the '80s. /me shudders

God I hope the garage had good circulation
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.... this can be used in a closed garage right?

.. I'd hate to be wrong on this one lol
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01-24-2023 at 11:42 AM.
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Quote from TheRedEyeBandit :
.... this can be used in a closed garage right?

.. I'd hate to be wrong on this one lol
It states OUTDOOR so i would not assume anything but using this thing with plenty of fresh air around. They do make propane heaters you can use inside with a vent open (Mr. Heater Buddy line). Even those models have run time limits and some also have built in carbon monoxide detectors that shut things down if levels get too high, because you definitely still have to worry about cm despite being "indoor" heaters.
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01-24-2023 at 01:07 PM.
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.... this can be used in a closed garage right?

.. I'd hate to be wrong on this one lol
We use the dual version of this in a shop and open the garage door about a foot and a door on the other side for a small cross breeze, per se. Works well.
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01-25-2023 at 10:59 AM.
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Just grabbed 3 since my household keeps a few propane tanks around but usually used for cooking.

Bought my dad a 360 version for the garage but that sucker was close to $100.
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01-25-2023 at 02:01 PM.
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Quote from TheRedEyeBandit :
.... this can be used in a closed garage right?

.. I'd hate to be wrong on this one lol
have one. use it in closed garage all the time. but it works quick. ill usually turn it on 15-20 mins before i enter. by that time its nice and toasty in my garage. i then turn it off or put it on low. NYC 20 degree winters.
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I remember my dad had one of these in his garage. We'd use it when we'd melt lead to make our own fishing weights. Which we would put on with our teeth when fishing. Not joking. Ah the '80s. /me shudders

God I hope the garage had good circulation
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01-25-2023 at 02:29 PM.
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This seems like overkill for heating tank tops. Perhaps even borderline unsafe.
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01-25-2023 at 02:33 PM.
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These work pretty good for ice fishing, but sometimes it makes things too hot!
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01-25-2023 at 02:33 PM.
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Quote from 5150time :
I remember my dad had one of these in his garage. We'd use it when we'd melt lead to make our own fishing weights. Which we would put on with our teeth when fishing. Not joking. Ah the '80s. /me shudders

God I hope the garage had good circulation
Heck, I could think of a few things we are still doing now that are as problematic as that, but at least we aren't buying meth from the corner pharmacies anymore, right?
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01-25-2023 at 02:33 PM.
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This seems like overkill for heating tank tops. Perhaps even borderline unsafe.
LMAOLMAOLMAOLMAOLMAO
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Always look for the cheapest item to strap onto a pressurized bomb!

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01-25-2023 at 02:38 PM.
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.... this can be used in a closed garage right?

.. I'd hate to be wrong on this one lol
I had a fairly tight garage (2011 construction) and a very similar one started to make me light headed at times. I stopped using mine for that.
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