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Coleman® Powermate® 12V Ceramic Heater


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Item Weight12 ounces
Product Dimensions8.6 x 7.8 x 3 inches
  
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ASINB0001YWH6U
Best Sellers Rank #117,977 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12 ounces
Date First AvailableMarch 27, 2004
  
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No time to wait for your car to heat up? Then this Coleman Powermate 12 volt Ceramic Heater is just the thing! SAVE BIG! It's an instant window defroster and heater. Just plug it into your cigarette lighter socket or any 12V power port and it punches out 150 watts of warming power. The compact design fits easily on the dashboard to defrost the windshield or put it on the floormat to warm the passenger's spot. The swivel base lets you aim the fan anywhere you need it. Includes "hook and loop" fastening strips for easy installation. Stop waiting in the parking lot for the windshield to melt while you're cold and chattering your teeth... Order ONLINE Today! Coleman Powermate 12V Ceramic Heater

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Don't these folks know how to test their products anymore?
Robert Natiuk
I figured initially that the car must need to be warmed up but unfortunately, the heat was not affected by the engine warming up at all.
lallervie
Calling this thing a heater may fringe on false advertising.
Terry Stockley

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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Jim on September 6, 2006
I cant believe Colman would put it's name on junk like this. Even if it actuly worked it woulden't be worth $4.95.

I thought I felt some heat when I first turned it on but it was hard to tell. After 2 min. no heat at all. It went out with todays garbage.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By lallervie on March 3, 2006
I purchased the Coleman Ceramic Heater due to a problem with my car which doesn't allow us to use the heat or defrost. I was very disappointed when I plugged in the product and no heat was given off at all, just a weak stream of cool air. I figured initially that the car must need to be warmed up but unfortunately, the heat was not affected by the engine warming up at all. Neither levels of airflow produced heat. I suppose there is a chance that we received a faulty product or there was a problem with our cigarette lighter (although it definitely had power). I hope you have a better experience with this product. I was pleased with the speed in which AutoBarn returned our money, even if we did lose a good portion of the return for shipping costs.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By K. kelly on November 11, 2006
I also can't beleive Coleman would put out something like this. Blows cold air and now I will lose out on my shipping cost because I beleived in the Colman name and have to send back. It does nothing!! Well ,it does blow frosty air at you.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Terry Stockley on December 31, 2006
Calling this thing a heater may fringe on false advertising. The only way to get heat out of this unit would be to light it on fire.

Coleman, let this product die or fix it.
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