Thermo Cube Cold Weather

$10.99
Regularly: $16.99
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Thermo Cube Cold Weather

$10.99

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Product Summary:

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Farm Innovators Thermo Cube Cold Weather

 

Unique and patented electrical device, plug into any standard AC outlet. Automatically turn on when the surrounding temperature reaches 35° F and will turn off when temperature reaches 45° F.  Perfect for use with heat lamps, stock tank heaters, green houses, boats and RV’s.

 

Product Features:

·         On at 35 degree off at 45 degrees

·         Double Receptacle

·         Home and farm applications

·         UL Listed

·         1 Year Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty

 

Item Specifications:

Vendor Model No:

TC-3

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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fantastic Product This simple little device saves me time and money while keeping the animals watered and warm. October 8, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Terrific product I've had the thermo cube for 3 years, and rarely unplug it in FL. It really works! Saves money and worry about the fans running 24/7. The only improvement would be to make it go off and come on at the SAME temperature. Thank you State Line for brining this hard to find product to us. August 16, 2011
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