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  1. Buy Sell Trade
    Bought new in Japan 1994, has never been used. Comes with 5 spare wicks. Buyer pays shipping costs. Payment via money order or cashiers check.
    $400 USD
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I recently bought a kerosene heater from a garage sale for about 25$ Got it all cleaned up and running great but for the life of me can’t figure out what the model is. Looks very close to the Kero Sun Moonlighter, though I’ve never seen one in red with the rubber around the tank and the indent...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    My back up plan for heat was to use a vent less propane heater from my ice shack in my home. Since so many people here recommend kerosene heaters I decided to give one a try. I bought a used one from a friend (Aladdin temp-rite 15) When I tried to light it produced tons of smoke and would go...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    My dad gave me a kerosene heater thats about the size of a 13 gallon trash can, it runs off kerosene. If i light it outside and let the initial smell of lighting it go away, is it safe to bring inside the house. I could probably cook off it cause its got wire all the way around it. could at...
  5. Urban Survival
    HI folks, To prepare myself I got a load of kerosene (which I'm now getting rid of as I am moving place) in Harrow, UK I have loads of £1 hurricane lamps and 3 old fashioned kero stoves plus a primus omnifuel. Seems like a good strategy. I nearly got myself a kerosene heater but eventually...
  6. Urban Survival
    I own this heater and would like to know if it is safe to use indoors. I could not find my manual. Does anyone know if this is safe to use indoors in an emergency?
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion So why can't you operate those in the house if needed?
  8. Urban Survival
    If given your choice of a kerosene heater or ventless propane for emergency backup which would you rather have?
  9. Urban Survival
    Hello, I want to get a back up heating source because I don't have a fireplace. I am thinking of getting the propane heater called the Big Buddy by Mr. Heater. I don't like the smell of kerosene unless I'm out camping. Is there any good reason why I should get kerosene over propane...
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