|Item Weight||9.7 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||14.5 x 14.3 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||F232017|
|Manufacturer Part Number||F232017|
|Cover Included||6 complete heaters|
Mr. Heater F232017 MH9BXRV Buddy Grey Indoor-Safe Portable RV Radiant Heater (4,000-9,000-BTU)
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- 4,000- to 9,000-BTU radiant heater for spaces up to 225 square feet. Approved for indoor/outdoor use; clean-burning; nearly 100-percent efficient
- When operating the heater at altitudes over 7,000 FT above sea level the heater may shut off.
- Auto shut-off if tipped over, if pilot light goes out, or if detects low oxygen levels
- Fold-down handle; swivel-out regulator; connects to propane tank (not included).Fuel Type:Propane
- THE USE OF UN-AUTHORIZED ACCESSORIES/ATTACHMENTS WITH THIS HEATER ARE EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED, MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY, AND WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.
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North America's Most Popular Portable Propane Heater! This patented radiant 4,000-9,000 BTU Liquid Propane heater connects directly to a 1 lb. cylinder and is the perfect solution for heating enclosed spaces like large tents up to 200 sq. ft. The expertly engineered size to BTU ratio is augmented with a fold down handle to give this heater maximum output while retaining a minimalistic footprint. A swivel regulator gives you the ability to adapt usage from a disposable cylinder to a remote gas supply with the purchase of a hose and filter. To light the unit, simply rotate the knob to pilot and push. Then the integrated Piezo sparking mechanism will take care of the rest. With the Oxygen Depletion Sensor (ODS) and accidental tip-over safety shut-off you can be sure that you will enjoy years of comfortable indoor safe heat.*WE ARE NOT ABLE TO SELL THIS PRODUCT TO CANADA AND MASSACHUSETTS* **Please note when operating the heater at altitudes over 7,000 FT above sea level the heater may shut off.**
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Mr. Heater F232000 MH9BX Buddy 4,000-9,000-BTU Indoor-Safe Portable Radiant Heater
ITEM #: F232000 Model #: MH9BX
Hmmm, Where do I start with this little gem? This item deserves more than 5 stars, its very rare that you purchase a product and it exceeds all your expectations
My first time using this was on a Klondike Derby in a 10' x 10' EZ-Up tent with attached sides.
Outside temp was hoovering around 30 degrees and was a bit cloudy.
The heater worked flawlessly and kept the interior comfortable enough for a heavy shirt or sweater.
My second time using the Mr. Buddy was on our winter trip February 20-22 2015. This is where I realized it was truly a great product.
The Mr. Heater Portable Buddy was used in an 8 man Alaskan Guide Tent from Cabelas, the outside temp hit a low of -8°F.
The heater worked well enough to warm the tent enough to sit in a light jacket.
I was using refilled Propane Tanks, although I ordered the Mr. Buddy (NO FILTER REQUIRED) hose, Mr. Heater Buddy Series Hose Assembly - 10-ft., Model# F273704 we used the one pound propane bottles instead. I refilled a bunch using aMr. Heater F276172 Propane One Pound Tank Refill Adapter
We had another heater, the Mr. Heater Big Buddy, Mr. Heater MH18B, Portable Propane Heater ITEM #: F274865 Model #: MH18B that we hooked to a 30 pound propane tank.
Between these two heaters the "Portable Buddy" on low at 4,000 Btu's and the "Big Buddy" on medium at 9,000 Btu's the tent stayed toasty warm all weekend.
We even took the "Portable Buddy" to a portapotti and heated the portapotti up to, "Do the 2".
I felt comfortable leaving both of these heaters on when we slept, in fact we were stuck in the tent from Friday afternoon till Sunday morning and these were never shut off, we also ran a propane lantern on low at night and used a Camp Chef Everest High Output 2 Burner Stove for hot beverages and cooking.
We had a carbon monoxide detector in the tent and it never once beeped, even after frying some porterhouse steaks and as load of potatoes.
The Mr. Buddy Series heaters make no sound at all, has zero smell, are easy to use and are incredibly efficient.
The piezo ignition works well, but I want to point out one thing, if the heater is pitched back slightly, the pilot will not light the propane , this is due to the angle of the ceramic, just make sure its on a flat surface. I would just tilt the heater slightly forward to ignite the propane.
Tanks screw in with a little push to push through the seal in the propane, the fact that the connection swivels out makes changing out tanks easy.
The only drawback is the exposed flame in the element. Our family has always had Australian Shepherd dogs and they are very bright. We inherited my mother in-law's Golden Retriever and it's the first time we've ever had a dog with a tail. She is completely loyal and a great dog, but she's as dumb as a bag of hammers. She loved the comfort of lying in front of these heaters, but twice on this trip she caught her tail on fire. Nothing very bad happened, but it seems like this could cause something horrible. Or maybe I worry too much.
I also have continuous functional CO, Propane and Smoke detectors in my small trailer. I feel safe with this heater with appropriate alarms.