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DeWalt 20v 12,000 BTU Portable Radiant Propane Heater

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New DeWalt 20v 12,000 BTU Portable Radiant Propane Heater with LED and USB charging! Just in time for those cool temps. This heater is even indoor safe.

 

Ready for the jobsite, camping trip, and ice fishing shanty.

 

Thank you Hugh (@hdcarpentry) for the discovery! He'll be staying warm now.

 

Model: DXH12B

 

Price: $189

 

Available: Now at Northern Tool and select retailers. Soon at Home Depot and other retailers.

 

Features:

 

Powered by 20v or FLEXVOLT batteries

 

3-USB ports for charging personal electronics and accessories

 

Dual tank capacity provides up to 7 hours of run-time

 

2 heat settings (6k BTU & 12k BTU) + fan only

 

Integrated high velocity fan to effectively disperse convective heat

 

Powerful LED light bar provides ideal working conditions

 

Factory installed ODS and a thermoelectric safety valve you can feel comfortable using this certified indoor safe heater anywhere.

 

Product Depth (in.) - 10.5

 

Product Height (in.) - 14

 

Product Width (in.) - 15.75

 

Available now:

 

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Clone of the Mr Heater?
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Developed in conjunction with Mr. Heater. Mr. Heater is producing the unit as a licensed DeWalt product.

No need to reinvent the wheel when you can pair with a market leader. Win win for us.

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That's badass... thanks! Safe inside is key.... perfect for power outage., Inside framing, dry the gloves at work,van living,etc.... definitely ordering two. 

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I have a dual tank mister heat, for the life of me I can't figure out why I would need it to be battery powered.... I get that it has a fan and USB ports....  I have all that on other things....

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I have a dual tank mister heat, for the life of me I can't figure out why I would need it to be battery powered.... I get that it has a fan and USB ports....  I have all that on other things....
Why not have it all on one unit? Convenience.

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This thing is a beast. Other than the doors feeling kind of cheap, the rest of it is pretty impressive. 


The handle folds down, which can be helpful when needing to direct the light. My first thought was if there's a power outage in the cold, this gives you heat and a light, but you can aim the light upward instead of having it facing where you're likely sitting trying to get warm.

 

The propane connectors both swivel outward so they're completely horizontal. Makes it super easy to attach the tanks. 


There are keyholes on the back in case you're using it in a small location on a jobsite or in a shop or garage. 

 

Pretty cool little unit.

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37 minutes ago, Moze said:

Pretty cool little unit.

don't you mean warm ? haha

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"Equipped with factory installed ODS and a thermoelectric safety valve you can feel comfortable using this certified indoor safe heater anywhere."

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On 10/4/2018 at 3:01 PM, Moze said:

This thing is a beast. Other than the doors feeling kind of cheap, the rest of it is pretty impressive. 


The handle folds down, which can be helpful when needing to direct the light. My first thought was if there's a power outage in the cold, this gives you heat and a light, but you can aim the light upward instead of having it facing where you're likely sitting trying to get warm.

 

The propane connectors both swivel outward so they're completely horizontal. Makes it super easy to attach the tanks. 


There are keyholes on the back in case you're using it in a small location on a jobsite or in a shop or garage. 

 

Pretty cool little unit.

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Does the heater still work even when the battery runs dead? I don't care about the USB or the LED handle. I just need heat.
Yes. Battery just powers the fan, LED, and USB ports.

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Mine was delivered yesterday. I second that the doors, and especially the door latches, feel cheap. Otherwise, it’s a nice piece of gear. My better half is already hot on selling the electric space heaters in the garage. It would have been nice if the light, and maybe the fan, had different settings. Press the button a second time and the light dims, for instance. 

 

I’ve never messed with propane heaters. Does anyone leave their tanks connected during storage?

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No, I take the tanks off.....I bought this and love it. I built a workshop (insulated) and no heat yet..Garage has heat ...I use my DeWalt 68k propane heater to get the temp up (10min) then this heater keeps it warm all day on low..works awesome...

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