Uses, and fits directly onto, standard 16.4 oz. disposable propane cylinders (not included)
3800 BTUs of heating power heats up to 100 square feet
CSA certified for indoor use
Push button ignition
Oxygen depletion sensor
Auto shutoff for accidental tip-over
A handy accessory for homeowners and outdoorsmen alike, the Mr. Heater® Base Camp Buddy Portable Propane Heater offers powerful heating performance in an extremely portable package. Designed to directly connect to and run off of standard 16.4 oz. disposable propane cylinders (not included), this heater helps you put 3800 BTUs of heating power where you need it. CSA certified for indoor use, this heater is great for garages, workshops, enclosed porches, and any other well-ventilated enclosure. The Buddy Heater also works in tents, fishing huts, and similar enclosures, making it a handy accessory for hunters and fishermen. Easy to use, the heater ignites with the push of a button. Oxygen depletion sensor notifies you of ventilation problems, while safety shutoff shuts the heater down if accidentally knocked over. Heats up to 100 square feet. Heats for approximately 5-1/2 hours on one cylinder.
Manufacturer model #: MH4B
The sale of all unvented liquid fired space heaters is restricted by law in the state of Massachusetts.
Rated 4 out of 5 by CharlesLittleRock Great Heater
This heater will run you out of your camper. I've got a slide in camper, and it is absolutely perfect for it. It produces lots of heat. The only reason I didn't give it a five star rating is because it doesn't have a regulator on it. You can't adjust the temp. It's on full blast all the time. They say that this is for indoor use, but one night my carbon monoxide alarm went off in my camper. That only happened once though. I would suggest cracking a window or something if you are using it inside. This product gets the job done though.
November 22, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by ChadPCB Won't Buy Again
I purchase this product for one of my deer blinds. When I received the product I was like a little kid on christmas. I had to open it up and play with it. The stability and the performace of the heater was great. The first time I used it. When I took it to the stand the first time I had trouble getting it to stay lit. Didn't think nothing of it until the next day when it was 10 degrees outside and I could not get it to stay lit at all. Brought it home that day and called Bass Pro and they offered me exchange which was great. I took that to the woods 2 weeks later and same thing happen. So I tried a new propane bottle and that did not help. I contacted Mr Heater on this one to see if it was something I was doing wrong. But what could you do wrong by holding in a button for 30-60 seconds. Nothing. When I contact Mr Heater they informed me to remove the cover and check to make sure the thermal sensor was in the correct position. So I did. BY NO MEANS DO THIS EVEN IF THEY SAY TO. It voids the warranty with Bass Pro and Mr. Heater. All in all would have been a nice heater if it would had worked. Now it just sits on the shelf in my work shop.
April 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by OutdoorD47 Perfect Heater for the Shanty
The best thing I bought for ice fishing. The heater works great, starts quick, and warms up fast. The fuel goes a long way. It does not take up a lot of room, is very stable, and is quiet. Keeps you warm without being a distraction. I plan on using this beauty in the deer blind in the fall, the turkey blind in the spring and maybe even in the camper on a cooler summer night. Only thing that would make it better is a storage bag.
February 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by TBains perfect stand heater
This is the perfect size heater for any kind of deer stand or blind. I made a small shelf on the tree next to me and used the heater to keep my hands and face warm on a 20 degree morning. It was quiet and effective.
January 31, 2011
I leave mine on but open the roof vents some in my 26 foot trailer. My reasoning is that IF any harmful gases were to be made, they would vent out. The unit has a tip over and low oxygen sensor which shuts it off in either case. I have used mine with no problems in my trailer.