K & H Perfect Bucket Heater

$27.74
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K & H Perfect Bucket Heater

$27.74

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Product Summary:

K&H Perfect Bucket Heater™

The K&H Perfect Bucket Heater is a low-wattage pail heater that safely maintains open water to -20°F. It is thermostatically controlled and will keep pails up to five gallons ice-free using only 80 watts.

Features:

  • Safe for plastic or metal buckets
  • Thermostatically controlled
  • Keeps pails up to five gallons ice-free
  • 57" long cord
  • MET listed
  • 2 year limited warranty
Item Specifications:

Wattage:
80 watts

Safety Listing:

MET

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Item Number Model Number UPC
E017277 8080 655199080809

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great product. does the job
I am using it in a metal waterer (nose push water bowl) and it prevents it from freezing during the day when stall doors are open. I am in Northern Ontario Canada... temps minus 20 to 30 Celsius. works great and I didn't have to spend hundreds of dollars for a heated horse waterer. Happy customer. A suggestion though - offer longer cords for it.ThanksAnke
January 8, 2017
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Is electricity needed?
A shopper on Jan 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes