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Cozy Products Flat Panel Chicken Coop Heater

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Keep your chickens warm and cozy with the Cozy Products Flat Panel Chicken Coop Heater. This flat-panel poultry coop heater keeps your birds warm through the winter to promote their well-being and prevent frostbite to combs and feet. It uses both radiant and convection heat with low wattage for more even warmth without the risk of overheating, and features a built-in thermostat for easy temperature maintenance, and two heat settings for customization. Built with a slim profile, it’s easy to set up in any coop, and uses 90% less energy than a space heater. Plus, it has a large on-off display that’s easy to see even from a distance for added safety.

Key Benefits
  • Flat-panel poultry coop heater keeps chickens warm and prevents frostbite safely and efficiently through winter.
  • Low wattage means lower electric bills and less risk of overheating, with 90% less energy usage than a space heater.
  • Uses radiant and convection heat for more complete heating, with two heat settings for customized heating and built-in thermostat.
  • Safety-rated zero clearance to minimize fire hazard, with easy-to-see on/off display for added peace of mind, and in-cord switch for ease of use.
  • Provides winter heating alternative without the need for high wattage lamps, and is easy to install in any chicken coop style or size.

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  • Item Number
    142551
  • Dimensions
    19 x 13 x 5.8 inches
  • Weight
    5.0 pounds
  • Farm Animal Type
    Poultry
  • Bird Type
    Chicken
Specifications
DetailSpecifications
Item Dimensions23 x 13 x 2 inches
Weight6 lbs
Watts200 watts
Amps1.67 amps
Cord Length9 feet, 10 inches
Voltage120 volts
FeaturesIn-cord switch, built-in thermostat
Maintained Operational Temperature130 degrees Farenheit
Warranty

30-Day Limited Warranty.

Rating: 3.6 of 5 stars 42 Reviews 42 Reviews 3.7 out of 5 Stars

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Rating: 3.6 of 5 stars 3.7 / 5

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    How does radiant heat work?

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    Radiant heat is transmitted through electromagnetic waves. When these waves are intercepted and absorbed they are converted into heat. The radiant energy is absorbed by objects in the room and warms the space similar to your clothes absorbing the light from the sun. I felt I had to post this. I have put in some research about these products Prior to switching from heat lamps -which are a hazard. The heat plate brooder heaters don’t an AMAZING job. It’s not a heater that heats the air like a 250 heat bulb does. Radiant heat Is absorbed. Will it help in an 11 degree climate? It’s not going to heat the coop. But being avians don’t suffer from cold until about -20 degrees, I would think they could Radiant heat is transmitted through electromagnetic waves. When these waves are intercepted and absorbed they are converted into heat. The radiant energy is absorbed by objects in the room and warms the space similar to your clothes absorbing the light from the sun. I felt I had to post this. I have put in some research about these products Prior to switching from heat lamps -which are a hazard. The heat plate brooder heaters don’t an AMAZING job. It’s not a heater that heats the air like a 250 heat bulb does. Radiant heat Is absorbed. Will it help in an 11 degree climate? It’s not going to heat the coop. But being avians don’t suffer from cold until about -20 degrees, I would think they could get some relief from standing next to it. I know I am having more and more trouble using heat lamps. I have been converted to the brooder heaters and I will try this product as well. … more

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Not exactly what I wanted

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    The product I wanted needed to have 4 feet where this one only had two. We made it work but I would have preferred 4 safe feet with live chickens under it

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Safe, but doesn’t produce enough heat

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    It’s a decent heater if you want something for grown chickens in a mild climate just to make them more comfortable. But definitely doesn’t produce enough heat for baby chicks and definitely not for cold nights. Was nice to not have to worry about it causing a fire.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good little heater.

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    We bought 2 of these for our coops. They are good little heaters that will help add heat to the coop. Not as effective as a light however still do a nice job.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    May be ok for warmer climates

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    Bought this as a safer alternative to a heat lamp in the coop. For the safety part, I do feel like it is better. However, its purpose is to heat, which I do not feel it does as well. We have a fairly small coop and there is no noticable difference in it on a cold day. I ended up wall mounting it by the roost so they could feel a bit of heat while they are in for the night, or if they stay in on a very cold day. Overall, if you live in a climate that you're not getting much below freezing, this will probably do what you're looking for. But then again, if the weather in your area is that warm, you really don't need a heater anyway.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Worked great for our Vermont winter

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    We have a small flock of 3 Muscovy and 3 Khaki ducks as well as 3 chickens who showed signs of being too cold during one of our -0 spells. I ordered 2 of these for our 2 story coop. They came promptly, were easy to set us and the birds love them! Seems to be just enough to keep the birds happy.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Had high hopes

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    I adopted a senior blind chicken that needs heat in the garage . While this heats up and gives heat close up , it doesn’t stay on . It must have a built in timer which defeats the purpose when I need it overnight to keep her warm .

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Warm Space For Our Dog...

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    Heater is placed adjacent to the dog (Chihuahua/Rat Terrier mix) bed - inside the house. Without carpet on the floor, she prefers her bed & seems to enjoy having a warm spot to lay when weather (and floor) is cool. Convenient to use. We've only been using it for about 2 weeks and have no complaints, thus far. Note: Panel 'On' indicator is a heat reactive material, not a 'touch switch'; mechanical switch is on cord.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for what I needed

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    I have one bantam rooster that needs to be kept separate from the rest of the flock, and the indoor component to his coop is about 3x3 feet. I was concerned, since there is no body heat from other chickens to keep the coop warm, that he would get too cold at nighttime. I was worried this heater would get the space too hot, but it seems to work just perfectly. and there is no risk of him burning himself against the panel, because it doesn't actually get too hot. If you are heating a larger space and you want it to get noticeably warm, you may want to invest in multiple panels.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Flat Panel Chicken Coop Heater

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    Heat was very good the first day. Stopped working after 2 days. Very disappointed. Wasn't used outside. Was used inside day room for my cats.

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