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Discussion in 'Heating / Cooling Systems' started by Jfish315, Oct 1, 2018.
+2 ceramic. Get the 1500 watts that has a selector for 1500 or 750 watts and temperature control.
Been doing this for years. Use appropriate safety procedures and a heavy duty, outdoor cord plugged directly into the power pole. I even treated myself to a small, electric "fireplace" heater that I use during the day when it is cold - a little "glamping". For night, tho, I use a heater with temp settings and a tip-over safety shut-off.
That's kind of silly, as an AC takes no less (and often more) power.
It is silly, are they going to come knocking to see if you're using one? I've also seen one charging extra $10 for tent campers using portable AC. I agree with that, the campground had lower prices for tents.