Cozy Coop Chicken Coop Heater, 200-Watt, #1 Best Seller, Safe Radiant Space Heater

3 reviews - By: Cozy Products

Cozy Coop Chicken Coop Heater, 200-Watt, #1 Best Seller, Safe Radiant Space Heater
MSRP : $49.99

Sale : $38.39
Sold & shipped by Walmart
Keep your chickens safe and warm during the winter months with the Cozy Coop Chicken Coop Heater (200 Watt). It fits easily into the available space, taking up less room than a heat lamp while offering greater efficiency with lower energy use and utility costs. This flat panel coop heater provides effective protection against frostbite that can occur in the combs and feet of birds exposed to cold weather. It's also easy to move thanks to a molded in handle and lightweight design. A safety-rated zero clearance offers peace of mind and virtually no fire hazard. Choose from two heat settings with the in-line switch to meet your needs. The Cozy Coop heater also displays a prominent, highly visible on/off indicator. Cozy Coop Chicken Coop Heater, 200-Watt, #1 Best Seller, Safe Radiant Space Heater:
  • Keep your birds warm all winter
  • Safe, effective and efficient alternative to dangerous heat lamps
  • Reduces risk of frostbite to combs and feet
  • Versatile and portable
  • In-mold handle makes moving a breeze
  • Safety-rated zero clearance
  • Virtually no fire hazard
  • Cozy Coop heater only uses about 13% the electricity of a standard 1,500-watt space heater
  • Large, high-visibility ON/OFF switch
  • Convenient in-cord switch for fingertip control
  • Built-in thermostat
  • Saves money on electric bills
  • Choose from 2 heat settings

Cathee62

Love These Heaters!

I use these heaters in my silkie pens in the winter when temps drop to 10 degrees farenheit and below. They are wonderful and I dont have to worry about a fire because amic heaters. You never want to use bulbs of any type in a chicken coop due to possible fires.

TazP

Cozy Chickens at 25 degrees

Hat's off to Walmart for getting it here on time. Easy to install, and works as advertised. We mounted it to the wall of the coop and have it cut on when the temperature drops below 40 - it's managed to keep the coop at 40 degrees even when the run which is enclosed is at 29 degrees. The heater doesn't make noise so the girls are not bothered by it. We also leave the coop door open so the chickens can come and go as they wish.

abearwhocares

very very low heat source

200watts is the same as 2- 100 watt incandescent light bulbs that cost under $1.00 plus the same electric usage ! a 250 watt heat lamp bulb as used in a brooder is effective in a holder and a soothing reddish light as well. all cost far less than this low heat gimmick item. it feels no warmer than a heating pad.-- think logic.