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01/11/2010 at 4:03pm
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Fan heater for us - wouldn't camp without it!! Obviously you need EHU.

Ours has variable thermostat, 2 settings and safety cut out - have only ever used it on the 1kw setting with the heat setting set at about 1/2 way.

This is more than enough to heat our Kyham Ontario 8 tent.



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I've used the Halogen heater, but not overnight. I like the light it emits in the evening before bedtime but it would keep me awake if i used it all night. My sister has an oil filled rad but it does not heat the tent very well and she suppliments it with a gas cartridge heater whilst sitting about, but then leaves the oil filled rad on all night.

I like the gas cartridge heater for instant heat, brilliant if I wake in the middle of the night but I wouldn't leave it for even a second unattended.

I've recently gone the fan heater route - not tried it camping yet but I'm hoping that keeping it on low with the thermostat kicking in and out all night will be the solution I've been looking for.



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We have a Coleman electric heater which we used when i convinced my other half camping near Hadrians wall ours was a vango DLX and it was a bad week,it has a safety cut out on bottom so if you knock it over,it switches off plus it oscillates or static.Cant speak for halogen or oil filled rads or indeed gas heaters (last one i wouldnt recommend)


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Quote: Originally posted by rodderstrotter on 31/10/2010
Quote: Originally posted by Green Pesto on 31/10/2010
Quote: Originally posted by rodderstrotter on 31/10/2010

I wouldn't recommend halogen heaters due to safety, I've read many horror stories about them, & some sites ban them anyway.


 

Never heard of this before!

We have used halogen heaters for years.

We always use one suitable for camping. They are designed to cut-out if knocked. We leave it on all night if necessary.

And ... no noise! ....... I would recommend one without hesitation!


Took only a couple of minutes to google these, they're loads more cases

http://www.ciao.co.uk/Challenge_1_6KW_Halogen__Review_5605568

http://www.health-and-safety-management.co.uk/news/details/halogen_heater_found_to_be_the_cause_of_shopping_parade_blaze_6

http://www.thisishullandeastriding.co.uk/news/Brief/article-2766379-detail/article.html

http://www.thestar.co.uk/doncaster/Man-died-after-blaze-trapped.3838757.jp

 

To be honest I wasn't aware they were dangerous until I visted this camp site that banned them. No heater's 100% safe, but I'd use a fan heater over a halogen anyday.

http://www.lakeside-leisure.co.uk/camping.php

 



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Post last edited on 31/10/2010 22:35:25


 

 

Strangely enough - none of these refer to camping heaters that have more sensitive cut-out switches!

Personal taste I suppose as to whether you use one or not!

I for one do & prefer it!



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Quote: Originally posted by wongers on 31/10/2010

hi and welcome

first place to start is what you sleep on and in if you are talking about night time.good three season bags then think about what you sleep on is it an airbed?if so best to insulate yourselfs from it as they pull body heat away.you can insulate under them aswell to stop them pulling cold from the ground but at the end of the day they are full of cold air so best to cover them.

as to heaters do you use ehu?if so look above if not your looking at gas which for night use a big no no.

please leave some more details about what you sleep in and on and i'm sure your get some good advise. 




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Totally agree with you on this one wongers. We started camping this year too and found it a bit chilly with the coldness coming up from the ground. We have 2 single airbeds (to stop any roll together) and we hold them together with a fitted double sheet. We then put a spare duvet on top, as extra insualtion from the ground, and then our sleeping bags on top of that. It really does make a difference. When we packed up, after 5 nights camping, the sheet and tops of the airbeds were damp, from the cold air from the ground meeting our warm body heat, but our duvet and sleeping bags were nice and dry; sleeping bags would have been damp too if we had just put them straight on top of the airbeds. 

It does get chilly at night and we too are looking for ways to heat the tent so thanks fro all the info on this thread. Have not got EHU yet but will proably invest for next year.

Camping!! I love it!!  

 

 



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Quote: Originally posted by Green Pesto on 06/11/2010
Quote: Originally posted by rodderstrotter on 31/10/2010
Quote: Originally posted by Green Pesto on 31/10/2010
Quote: Originally posted by rodderstrotter on 31/10/2010

I wouldn't recommend halogen heaters due to safety, I've read many horror stories about them, & some sites ban them anyway.


Never heard of this before!

We have used halogen heaters for years.

We always use one suitable for camping. They are designed to cut-out if knocked. We leave it on all night if necessary.

And ... no noise! .......I would recommend one without hesitation!


Took only a couple of minutes to google these, they're loads more cases

http://www.ciao.co.uk/Challenge_1_6KW_Halogen__Review_5605568

http://www.health-and-safety-management.co.uk/news/details/halogen_heater_found_to_be_the_cause_of_shopping_parade_blaze_6

http://www.thisishullandeastriding.co.uk/news/Brief/article-2766379-detail/article.html

http://www.thestar.co.uk/doncaster/Man-died-after-blaze-trapped.3838757.jp

To be honest I wasn't aware they were dangerous until I visted this camp site that banned them. No heater's 100% safe, but I'd use a fan heater over a halogen anyday.

http://www.lakeside-leisure.co.uk/camping.php



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Post last edited on 31/10/2010 22:35:25

Strangely enough - none of these refer to camping heaters thathave more sensitive cut-out switches!

Personal taste I suppose as to whether you use one or not!

I for one do & prefer it!




Look, the switch that cuts it out if it falls over can be as sensitive as you like....but it's not going to stop a heater setting light to combustible materials. Trouble with a tent is that they're typically full of combustible materials, and due to the smaller size of tents, compared to a house, the materials are typically in close proximity to the heater. So no matter how sensitive the cut outs, a halogen heater can still easily set light to something close to it. Case of being ultra careful, no matter how safe you may think a heater is. I certainly wouldn't leave one on unattended or overnight.


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I wondered if anyone has tried using an electric blanket, the type that is made to be kept on all night.  I think this could be the soloution to feeling cold overnight. 

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Quote: Originally posted by DancefloorDiva on 09/11/2010

Totally agree with you on this one wongers. We started camping this year too and found it a bit chilly with the coldness coming up from the ground. We have 2 single airbeds (to stop any roll together) and we hold them together with a fitted double sheet. We then put a spare duvet on top, as extra insualtion from the ground, and then our sleeping bags on top of that. It really does make a difference. When we packed up, after 5 nights camping, the sheet and tops of the airbeds were damp, from the cold air from the ground meeting our warm body heat, but our duvet and sleeping bags were nice and dry; sleeping bags would have been damp too if we had just put them straight on top of the airbeds. 

It does get chilly at night and we too are looking for ways to heat the tent so thanks fro all the info on this thread. Have not got EHU yet but will proably invest for next year.

Camping!! I love it!!  

 

 


If you go off to the local shop ask for some large cardboard boxes. When you open them up and put them UNDER your airbed it can make such a difference as it really insulates from the ground. I've used roll mats underneath too but I think the cardboard is great if your packing space is short or you've forgotten, or you just want extra layers after a cold first night.

 



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I've always used Halogen heaters and they are fine, emit a lot of heat and ours has a sensitive the cut out switch - in fact that was the problem when tent camping is finding flat enough ground to keep the heater on as the cut out switch is so sensitive.  We are sensible with ours and only have it on when we are around and obviously have it positioned well away from anything flammable.

I have heard that the Outwell Electric Camping/Patio Heater is very good too.  But I would say if your intention is to leave the heater on whilst you are out of sight or sleeping then an oscillating fan heater is the safest option.



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if you have the space in the car those big jigsaw foam mats are fab for insulating from the cold ground..got mine from fleabay cost about 60 for enough to 'carpet' the whole tent including bed pods(not cheap but well worth it for early/late camping)


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We went camping a couple of Easters ago and it was just 2degs in the evening, we could see our own breath and we woke to a frost, our bed set up was layered like this:  a foil sheet (like athletes use) a large waterproof backed fleece rug, the airbed, a fleece over the airbed (we replaced this later with a fleece topper from Dunelm mill), our Coleman Hampton double sleeping bag, a double fleece liner (I made it myself so simple) and a large cheapy fleece throw over the top from B&M.  We slept in a light tracksuit with slipper socks (OH had hiking socks) - we were toasty warm all night.  The kids had exactly the same to their beds but they had those lovely fleece all in ones with the feet in. 


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Look, the switch that cuts it out if it falls over can be as sensitive as you like....but it's not going to stop a heater setting light to combustible materials. Trouble with a tent is that they're typically full of combustible materials, and due to the smaller size of tents, compared to a house, the materials are typically in close proximity to the heater. So no matter how sensitive the cut outs, a halogen heater can still easily set light to something close to it. Case of being ultra careful, no matter how safe you may think a heater is. I certainly wouldn't leave one on unattended or overnight.


 

 

There are far more chances of setting light to a tent by other means during the course of a camping trip! .... Obviousely you wouldn't use these in a small tent where movement is restricted, but then again you wouldn't use a fan heater in one either if the risk was that you could cover the air intake & cause it to over heat!

If these halogen heaters are designed for camping then what is the problem?

We often leave ours on during the night .... warm orange glow, plenty of heat without the noise of a fan & safer than a naked light!

It is just a case of being sensible whatever you use!

I'd still recommend one!



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Quote: Originally posted by victoria1 on 10/11/2010
Quote: Originally posted by DancefloorDiva on 09/11/2010

Totally agree with you on this one wongers. We started camping this year too and found it a bit chilly with the coldness coming up from the ground. We have 2 single airbeds (to stop any roll together) and we hold them together with a fitted double sheet. We then put a spare duvet on top, as extra insualtion from the ground, and then our sleeping bags on top of that. It really does make a difference. When we packed up, after 5 nights camping, the sheet and tops of the airbeds were damp, from the cold air from the ground meeting our warm body heat, but our duvet and sleeping bags were nice and dry; sleeping bags would have been damp too if we had just put them straight on top of the airbeds. 

It does get chilly at night and we too are looking for ways to heat the tent so thanks fro all the info on this thread. Have not got EHU yet but will proably invest for next year.

Camping!! I love it!!  

 

 


If you go off to the local shop ask for some large cardboard boxes. When you open them up and put them UNDER your airbed it can make such a difference as it really insulates from the ground. I've used roll mats underneath too but I think the cardboard is great if your packing space is short or you've forgotten, or you just want extra layers after a cold first night.

 


What a great idea!

Thank You



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I picked up a 1.8kW ceramic fan heater from Lidl's on Mon 06 Dec 10, very compact and good spec for under 20 GBP!

It is not listed on their site anymore, however, they may still have them in stock in stores.

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After years of camping (tents) with young children. We found that the evenings were the coldest. So we bought a caravan, something i never thought we would do!

We have just had our first season in it and have used it from easter right through to october/november half term.

I know it's not the answer you are looking for, but that is what we done and haven't looked back. 




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