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EZ 101 Tankless Water Heater - Propane LPG - Portable - Battery Powered Ignition - Camping - RV

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  • Battey Powered Ignition - 2 "D" Cell Battteries Not Included
  • Great for use at campsites, while fishing, while hunting, or any where hot water is needed.
  • Easy Portability - Only 14 LBS
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Technical Details
Part Number EZ101LPG
OriginChina
Item model numberEZ101LPG
  
Additional Information
ASINB003327HDK
Best Sellers Rank #99,555 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14 pounds
Date First AvailableFebruary 22, 2010
  
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Product Description

The EZtankless Model EZ 101 is aesthetically pleasing and has simple design features that make this outdoor unit easy to use and install as well as unobtrusive if located within view of working or living spaces. We are the seller who tells you the straight-up honest truth. Don't be deceived by others who market similar heaters, this type of draft unit is not for indoor mounting in a residence! This unit will operate on a standard LP (propane) tank as used with barbecue grills. No electrical plug-in is required, making this LP model ideal for use by outdoorspersons during hunting or camping expeditions, or you may choose to use this heater for semi-permanent installations at long term camp sites, small lake homes or cabins, open shelters, barns, workshops and sheds, or any open area with excellent ventilation. Or for those who live in remote rustic cabins and homes with one bath. The intake air is pulled from all around the casing keeping the unit very cool to the touch. For example; As tested in our USA laboratory, this unit can easily operate via a garden hose inlet water supply. This "No pilot light" design is safe and convenient, using automatic ignition to further your energy savings. Convenient for areas where electricity may not be available. The ignition electrical source is supplied by two long lasting "D" cells (not included).

Customer Reviews

Fast and simple hot water.
Gene Sola
The shower the kitchen sink and the bathroom sink and it did!
tooltimetim3
Works great and easy to use.
dan mecum

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82 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Alain Rene Duffort on December 2, 2010
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I grew up in Europe where this type of water heaters are being used in every house. I was a repairman for Saunier Duval brand and Leblanc brand for two years in France. I am presently a General Contractor in California.
Was considering purchasing the expensive units available at Home depot or Lowes. German brands like Bosh are overpriced. This is a quality unit, and does the same job. Keep in mind that it is not intended to heat up a whole house ! this is a small model, perfect for a one bedroom cabin and moderate use. If you need 30 gallons of hot water instantly, just get a regular tank heater.
Will it break down? Probably, someday, like any appliance. However, you can purchase a new one for less than it would cost you to have a repairman fix the Bosh. Heater cores do not last for ever, German or Chinese made.
Very important to place the unit in a well ventilated space. Carbondioxide will kill you without warning if you use it in an airthight room. Similar to runing your car in a garage with the doors closed. No need to be scared,this is true of any heating appliance, like the one you are presently using. They all need venting. use common sense, and you'll be fine. If in doubt, consult with a licensed plumber or contractor.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Jordi on November 8, 2010
This model 101 makes fast reliable hot water at our woods cabin. We used ours almost every weekend this past summer and it is way better than waiting for water to warm on the stove and uses a lot less of the precious LP that we tote in in our 4X4. The temperature can be controlled. It is perfect for doing dishes and cleaning, filling the mop bucket etc. When showering, it must be fine-tuned for the best temperature, but this is easy after one takes the time to understand the three simple control knobs. Smoking deal at this price.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Turbo6 on May 7, 2011
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The EZ 101 tankless will give you an endless supply of hot water but at a low flow rate. You can turn up the flow rate for warm (not hot) water. Good enough to bathe fido.

Automatic electronic ignition works like a charm. I have mine installed on the side of my garage, fed by a garden hose and 20 lb propane bottle.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By annrandr on December 13, 2011
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I live off grid out in the middle of the high desert of southern california. My passive hot water system wasn't quite making it as the temperature dropped, so I started searching for on demand water heaters that would work in my situation. The EZ101 was the right price and matched my requirements. It was easy to install, and the pilotless system really impressed me from a safety stand point. Now I take showers so hot, I have to turn on the cold. I even bought a second one for the other side of my house.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Edward M. Ramming on March 16, 2010
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Produces a very low flow of nice hot water. Definitely worth the money. Warranty is worthless though, it basically has no warranty as a portable unit it's sold as. Hopefully it lasts. One good long power outage and it pays for itself though.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By JJ on January 26, 2012
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This unit is perfect for camping or installation in a shed (for camping it should to be covered if it rains, it seems to me).

The flow rate would seem too low for most people for anything but a camping or RV experience.

If installed on a destination trailer or cabin it would need to be on the outside in an enclosure to protect the electronics from water and plastic parts from UV (something like a big bird house would work). For these reasons, and because it cannot be allowed to freeze, the temptation to install it inside is high, but beware!

The 101 gets its combustion air from its direct environment. If it was installed in a small, well sealed space it could run short of air and start to produce CO and kill you (since the heater only runs when a hot water tap is open, this is hard to imagine. Do you go to sleep with the hot water running?)

If a guy did install it in a old drafty travel trailer with a vent out the roof, he would still need to keep this fact in mind. As well, the vent might cause a draft in his space. This might be ok in a mild climate or season, but it would not be convenient during a harsh winter etc. Could this issue be overcome? Maybe. Would the work-around be worth the effort, would it be fail-safe? Hard call.

I used mine for camping and then installed it on a old trailer.

I have gone through two tank style RV hot water heaters on my old motor home. They use a lot of propane (most have a pilot), and they tend to get pin hole leaks from electrolysis. I was ready for something different, and at 1/3 the cost, I went for this unit (I paid about $130 to the door).

I installed the 101 on an old trailer and it works fine.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Gene Sola on October 5, 2010
This tankless is the way to go. Fast and simple hot water. I have a direct vent in my home and a 101 on a portable cart for hot water anywhere. I am a believer.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Raymond John Thoen on March 3, 2011
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Very well built unit, works right out of box, put in batteries, hook up water and gas, turn on water and adjust temp it is that simple. Filled my hot tub in under three hours with 104 degree water. Unit doesn't get hot even the exhaust is only warm you don't need to worry about kids getting burnt or it starting something on fire. I am buying a secound one for camping.
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