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Thread: Mr. Heater Buddy heaters (Imdone)

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    Re: Mr. Heater Buddy heaters (Imdone)

    Big BUDDY for Ice fishing and blind hunting - Cooked My Sammy's on it too ! RJ
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  2. #12
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    Re: Mr. Heater Buddy heaters (Imdone)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ironbutt View Post
    One thing Iíd be sure to do is have a carbon monoxide detector present. Nobody needs to go that way.
    I watched some YouTube videos where they monitored the oxygen/gas levels while running them inside and they were all good and I think they market them in the us as being safe to use inside, but I wouldnít sleep anywhere with one of those running. Itís not worth it. Turn it on at bedtime to warm everything up and back on in the morning before you get out of your sleeping bag.

    There was a few guys up here who died in their boat a few years ago from running propane heaters while they were sleeping. Iím not sure on what brand they were using, but three dead guys ina boat.
    Socialism eventually runs out of other peopleís money.

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    Re: Mr. Heater Buddy heaters (Imdone)

    Mr. Heater has a new heater, called the Flex, even has a little stove to heat up lunch on the top. It's a good looking rig, but a little pricey, at about $225.00.

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    Re: Mr. Heater Buddy heaters (Imdone)

    [QUOTE=There was a few guys up here who died in their boat a few years ago from running propane heaters while they were sleeping. I’m not sure on what brand they were using, but three dead guys ina boat.[/QUOTE]

    A few years ago I contacted Mr Heater to ask about why this is classed as indoor use in 49 states but not Cal or Canada, they told me it is these places guidelines not based on their product. I asked how many claims against them for sickness or deaths , and there was none and could not find any online either. They said homes are not airtight so there is always enough air flow to be safe, but they also said there is no harm in having a CO2 sensor for piece of mind. Boats and RV's all have propane heaters and appliances and not a problem, crack window open slightly if worried
    "People who know the least always argue the most."

    "You should not use a rifle that will kill an animal when everything goes right, you should use one that will do the job when everything goes wrong."

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    Re: Mr. Heater Buddy heaters (Imdone)

    I have a Iwom body suit. The best.

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