Mr. Heater Big Buddy Portable Heater

Catalog Item # 34073

The Mr. Heater Big Buddy Portable Heater is safe for indoor use and is a great alternative in producing clean-burning, odor-free propane heat.

Technical Specifications

17 lbs.
19"L x 12"W.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 10 reviews (5 Based on 10 Reviews)

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Pros
  • Good Heat (1)
  • Quiet (1)
  • Compact Size (1)
  • Very reliable (1)
Cons
  • Eats batteries (1)

Need portable heat - this is the answer

by Ron Jenkins – February 10, 2007
5 out of 5 stars

We dry camp in the Smoky Mountains in our Coleman popup in fall and early spring and you always need heat. With no utilities in t

Toasty Warm with the Big Buddy

by Scott – March 04, 2008
5 out of 5 stars

We had to travel to Ohio this winter. The temperatures reached 7 degrees, yet we were toasty warm with the Big Buddy Heater. I

works great in class A

by Datawoman – December 14, 2007
5 out of 5 stars

We have two big buddies set up while fixing our suburban 42,000 btu furnace. I actually like the big buddies BETTER because the

Money well spent

by Diana – January 20, 2008
5 out of 5 stars

I've temporarily relocated for work. It's winter in New England and my Suburban furnace died. I was using an electric heater b

Get it for $99 at Northern Tool or Cabelas

by Anonymous – January 29, 2008
5 out of 5 stars

Get it for $99 at Northern Tool or Cabelas

by Anonymous – December 09, 2015
This heater is model#F274800. F274825 was the CA model that was discontinued when the Big Buddy Heater was updated to be California approved instead of having a separate CA model. Now, this heater is only restricted from sales in Massachusetts and Canada. The Canada and MA approved unit, F274865, is listed as #66756.
by Camping World – December 10, 2015
by Anonymous – November 10, 2015
Replacement parts can be ordered directly from Mr.Heater's Interactive Parts System.
by Camping World – January 08, 2016
by Anonymous – September 16, 2015
This uses optional A/C Adapter Or 4 D-Cell Batteries To Power Blower Fan.
by Camping World – September 24, 2015

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