Price: $49.95
Availability: In Stock - Usually ships in 1 to 2 days.
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This 5,120 BTU portable electric heater is an economical option for heating small greenhouses. Features: multiple heat settings (1300/1500 watts), built-in dial thermostat with a 45° F to 100° F range, safety tip-over and overheat protection, quiet circulation fan which distributes heat evenly throughout structure, long-lasting permanently lubricated motor, finger-proof intake and discharge safety grills, and 20 gauge steel housing with scratch-resistant, baked-on, enamel finish. Comes with grounded 3 prong power cord which is recommended for greenhouse environments. Measures: 16"H x 10"W x 8"D. Requires 110/120 volt outlet. 12.5 amps


  • 5,120 BTU output
  • Dial thermostat with ~ 45° F to 100° F range
  • 5 foot grounded (3 prong) power cord
  • Multiple heat settings (1300/1500 watts)
  • Safety tip-over and overheat protection
Overall Customer Rating of 4 Reviews:

Works great!

Bought this at the end of the season for my little (6 x 10) greenhouse and figured we wouldn't use it until next year but we had a late season freeze/frost and it kept it nice and toasty so nothing froze!

Great Little Heater

This little heater is a plant saver. We used it on nights when temperatures were in the middle 30's. It has two settings 1300 and 1500. We put it on 1300 and barely had it cut on. It kept it toasty in the greenhouse and I just got our electric bill and it didn't add anything at all.


Stopped working after a couple months

Only in use a couple months and one day the light was on but no fan or heat. Very disappointing. Hoping manufacturer will stand by their product.

outer banks

Great little heaters

I have three of these in the greenhouse. it is 10' X 14' and these little guys keep it nice and warm. I have the optional remote thermostats with all three, so it gets a little pricey, but they keep the temps at 68F where I have them set at unless it gets down in the 20's, and then it maintains 65F until the sun comes up. They are very quiet and easy to move around. I am growing peppers, lemon plants, and all of my wife's flowers and spice plants.