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Allied Plastic Heated Pet Bowl, 5-Quart
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- Thermostatically controlled.
- Capacity of 1.25 gallons
- Enables the consumer to remove the heating element after the winter season, which allows year-round use
- Nonheated Bowl Replacements are available at a fraction of the cost of the entire Heated Bowl
- Bowl is nestable, and the cord is coiled and secured to the bottom of the Bowl for a neat shelf appearance
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Allied, Plastic Heated Pet Bowl, 5 Quart. Low-wattage Heated Pet Bowl has a capacity of 1.25 gallons, and is thermostatically controlled. Available in either plastic or stainless steel. The plastic Bowl is dishwasher safe. Both enable the consumer to remove the heating element after the winter season, which allows year-round use. Nonheated Bowl Replacements are available at a fraction of the cost of the entire Heated Bowl. This means economical replacement of a worn bowl or convenient rotation of dirty bowls. Both bowls are nestable, and the cord is coiled and secured to the bottom of the Bowl for a neat shelf appearance. Patented. 50 watts, 120 volts. All of our products are fully warranted against defects in workmanship for a period of 1 year from the date of purchase, unless otherwise noted. U.L. Listed
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|Item Dimensions||12.25 x 12.25 x 5.25 in||12 x 12 x 4.75 in||7.75 x 7.75 x 4.5 in||10.5 x 10.5 x 4.25 in||9.85 x 9.85 x 3.95 in||3 x 10.5 x 10.5 in|
|Size||5-Quart||1.5 gallon||7.8 inches x 7.8 inches x 4.5 inches||1-Quart||2.2 Liters (0.58 gallons)||32 Ounce (Slate Gray)|
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If it is too low, the hens will walk in it and it will get dirty quickly.
So far it's worked and they haven't messed with the cord. I don't really think the coil around the cord would keep them from chewing into the actual cord though. And if they got bored enough, we agreed that they would definitely try to eat the bowl too.
Make sure where you're going to put this is flat though, or be prepared to build something non-flammable to level it out. The kennel floor isn't quite level, and it tilted so far it wouldn't hold much water (a problem if you have multiple dogs, large dogs or just dogs that drink alot) b/c the element would burn out. We had some slate stepping stones that had come apart in slivers and were pretty flat, so we used those to level it out, and then framed the bowl with regular bricks to keep them from tipping it. He also drilled 2 holes in the side of outer rim and used a ZipTie to lash it to the fence so they couldn't pull the bowl away from the corner.
I wanted to add that since I originally posted my feedback, we dropped below -30 degrees at night for multiple days shortly after posting my above feedback and the water never froze! A few days ago we just had below freezing nights after a run of 40+ degree nights where I had unplugged the bowl, but forgot until I looked out the next morning and saw the water had froze solid, I plugged it in and within 30 minutes the water was partly melted. So far the bowl hasn't cracked from the temperatures like some other plastic bowls do. I highly recommend the Allied Plastic Heated Pet Bowl, 5-Quart for your pets water needs. Now if there was a way to keep the birds from using it as a bath. I posted a photo of the bowl being used outdoors - my cat uses it too when outside. With winter fairly over, I'm still going to use the bowl, but unplugged until it drops below freezing again.
It takes a 300-400 watt bird bath de-icer to keep a standard concrete bird bath from freezing.
This Allied Heated Plastic Pet Bowl only uses 50 watts and does a much better job at half the price.
The critters adjusted almost immediately.
It sure was easier than breaking up icebergs every day.
Cleaning is a breeze. Just swirl a bottle brush around the bowl a few times, empty and refill with clean water.
One other positive is when these 5-quart bowls are placed on the ground, because of the high sides, they don't collect windblown leaves and debris quite as bad as the smaller bowls. Even so, we do use both sizes because of the feral felines that depend on us for food, water and a shed to sleep in.