Xtreme 300 Marine Engine Compartment Heaters
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Xtreme 300 Marine Engine Compartment Heaters
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Xtreme 300 Marine Engine Compartment Heaters

Xtreme 300 Marine Engine Compartment Heaters is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Item No. 322857
$339.49 $349.99
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Extend your boat usage during late fall and early spring with these small and highly efficient marine bilge heaters. Designed to fit in the smallest package possible, the Xtreme Heater helps extend battery life and keeps your boat's critical components warm and dry. Self-regulating forced air provides more accurate climate control for cost saving efficient use of energy. Automatic thermostat turns heater on at 40°F and off at 52°F. Resettable thermal overload protection prevents overheating. Fully anodized inside and out for superior protection from the elements. Prewired for ease of installation. Full one-year warranty.
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  • 300 - 525 Watts
  • 180 Cubic Feet
  • Dimensions: 6" x 4" x 5-1/8"
  • Unit Weight 6.15 lb
    Brand Xtreme
    Xtreme 300 Marine Engine Compartment Heaters is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Hope the power stays on when I need it The fan on mine started slow then screeched loudly as it spun up. Maybe it had been sitting for months before it was shipped out for use, but it doesn't give me confidence it will work when heat is called for. I could see 4-5 years down the road doing something like that, but for the price these things go for, it should be 100% when it's new out of the box. I'll probably conatct the manufacturer to see what they say about it.
    Date published: 2012-12-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceeds Expectations I purchased this to protect my boat motor from freezing temperatures when stored on a boat lift on a lake in Georgia, during the winter off season. It's automatic so I could leave the boat unattended for months at a time at my summer home. It worked great and paid for itself in one season in haul out/winterizing/labor costs. The real surprise was my canvas lift cover finally failed and allowed the spring rain to flood my engine compartment enough to have the unit submerged for weeks until my return. I drained the water floated the boat and ran around the lake for a few days. When dry, I tested it in my house freezer, and viola! Worked first time perfectly! Absolutely incredible USA quality!
    Date published: 2011-07-31
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    So I live in BC Canada and it can get pretty cold here, around 14F. Would this replace me winterizing my boat?

    Asked by: plav77
    No. You should always winterize your boat. The Xtreme Heater 300 helps to prevent or minimize the damage to your engine from cold weather.
    Answered by: Steve
    Date published: 2015-11-11

    Can this unit be used in a Sea Doo?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    You can use this pretty much where you would like too.
    Answered by: Bryant
    Date published: 2015-09-23

    Can this unit be used on an I/O thats stored on a trailer?

    Asked by: James B.
    Yes it can as long as you have an AC power source
    Answered by: Chris
    Date published: 2015-09-23

    I have an I/O and would like to know if there are suggestions as to where and how to mount the heater for most effective results.

    Asked by: Anonymous
    There are mounting screws in the box with the heater. Screw down heater above the water line. Boats with a stern drive we would like to see the heater mounted towards the back of the compartment blowing to the out drive and the back of the motor .Boats with V Drives please blow the exhaust towards the transmissions.
    Answered by: Chad @ Overton's
    Date published: 2015-09-23

    what size boat is this heater regulated for

    Asked by: Gene C
    I do not have a boat size rating, but it is rated for a engine compartment up to 180 cubic feet
    Answered by: marty
    Date published: 2015-09-23
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