Coleman SportCat PerfecTemp Catalytic Heater

September 25, 2013 - Comment

A great portable heater to take with you on a camping trip, to a sports outing or in your golf cart, the Coleman SportCat Heater features a 1500-BTU heater that will run for up to 14 hours on a single 16.4-ounce can of propane (sold separately). The SportCat features PerfecTemp Catalytic technology, for safe, efficient,

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A great portable heater to take with you on a camping trip, to a sports outing or in your golf cart, the Coleman SportCat Heater features a 1500-BTU heater that will run for up to 14 hours on a single 16.4-ounce can of propane (sold separately). The SportCat features PerfecTemp Catalytic technology, for safe, efficient, flameless heat. It has a detachable base for extra stability, and an easy-grip handle for comfortable, convenient carrying. The built-in eyelets allow you to tie the heater to most surfaces for added security. Limited 5-year warranty.Whether you’re staying in a cabin, tent, or under the stars, the Coleman 5035-700 SportCat Perfectemp Catalytic Propane Heater will enhance any camping adventure. The 1,500 BTU output operates up to 14 hours from one 16.4 ounce propane cylinder (not included).

The Coleman heater features a portable integrated handle making it easy to carry, and the stable, detachable base provides a strong stand wherever you need it. With this heater, you’ll enjoy the warmth you deserve during your camping expedition.

Product Features

  • 1,500 BTU unit runs up to 14 hours on one 16.4-oz. propane cylinder (sold separately)
  • PerfecTemp Catalytic technology for safe, efficient flameless heat — at the game, in the tent, in the garage or around the home
  • Easy-grip handle for convenient carrying
  • Tie heater to most surfaces with built-in eyelets
  • Detachable base stabilizes heater

Comments

W. Sepulveda says:

Coleman heater I have had this little heater for over one year. The first time I used it was in a tent trailer and it was a bad experience. The heater stunk the whole trailer with a strong pungent oil odor. The trailer was cold to begin with and I had to open the door and windows to air it out. Some camping friends with experience with these type of heaters explained you needed to burn off the oil residue in the heater to get rid of the odor. I burned one 16oz can on the heater outdoors overnight…

Roy G. Stone "royhasafishon" says:

Coleman Sportcat Heater Small heater puts out alot of heat. I have been using it for several months to knock the chill off in my hunting stand (a shooting house). Lights quickly and and is very silent. Initially had a new burning scent until the factory oils from manufacturing burned off, but is now very clean burning.

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