You no longer have to put your boat away just in case Jack Frost shows up early. Use your runabout until YOU'RE done, with an Xtreme Heater protecting the engine compartment
This is the bilge heater you want, Its Coast Guard Approved and it works!
Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 29 on Lake Lanier Gainesville Georgia:
- The Boat: 24-foot fiberglass deck boat with boat cover on and vents blocked to prevent heat loss! We placed a furniture cover around the engine compartment to insulate.
- Record Setting Low Temperatures: 6-8 Degrees F
- Lake water temperature was a constant 48 degrees (ACOE)
- Boat is a wet slip (sitting in the water for this test)
- Single engine big Bravo 3 Merc I/O with one 600 watt
Nothing but the best for my baby!
I recently purchased my very first Bilge heater for my 27' Regal 2700. After researching most of the competition I decided upon the Xtreme Heater XXXHEAT - nothing but the best for my baby! It's compact design and impressive specs made it an easy choice. I was concerned about installing the heater myself but found it to be a breeze. 4 screws, run the wire, attach the plug and the heater was up and running. I highly recommend this awesome product!
For me in the age where CUSTOMER SERVICE is forgotten, Xtreme Heaters went the extra mile
The well-documented drought in North Carolina, specifically Lake Norman where I live, has adversely effected recreational boating. The last time I was able to use my boat was the first week in August. The lake water level is down about seven feet preventing me from lowering the boatlift.
Buy one today, buy it from Steve and you will be quite happy that you did
Purchased an Xtreme Heater from West Marine in Nashville and installed it on my Chaparral 233 Sunesta before the frost hit Tennessee in order to delay or refrain from winterizing the boat and extending the boating season. When the temperature dropped below forty degrees Fahrenheit it was soon obvious that the thermostat was malfunctioning.
Looking forward to being able to use my 2000 Bayliner 2353
I just finished installing my Xtreme Heater and I'm looking forward to being able to use my 2000 Bayliner 2353 during the usually mild Lake Norman winters. Installation was simple, as you can see by the pictures, you can install them in just about any position.