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Old 03-24-2006, 09:29 AM   #1
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When I look at the $300 price, size and 23lb weight of this thing, suddenly, the $125-$199 Coleman/Oster Unit seems more attractive.

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I see this more as an all-electric alternative to the usual propane-fired (with electric option) tank-type built-in water heater, than as an alternative to the Coleman. For someone who always camps with power, this could be a lighter, simpler, and less expensive way to go than the usual Suburban or Atwood. It might possibly also be faster heating than using just the optional auxiliary electric element that the proane-fired heaters offer.

Not for me, but good to know about.
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I see this more as an all-electric alternative to the usual propane-fired (with electric option) tank-type built-in water heater, than as an alternative to the Coleman. For someone who always camps with power, this could be a lighter, simpler, and less expensive way to go than the usual Suburban or Atwood. It might possibly also be faster heating than using just the optional auxiliary electric element that the proane-fired heaters offer.

Not for me, but good to know about.

All I can say is I can take and stand a lot of COLD showers before spending $300.00 for a small water heater.
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