Anyone using these block heater controllers yet?

Philbilly2

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Sandwich IL
Appears to be a new discussion area here.


I checked out the web site, $200 a pop. Might take a bit of time to recoup the cost, but decent idea.
 
Hello.

For a limited time, ELEproducts.com will be offering the CONTROL-X2 @ $155.00. This is a 27% savings. This is a real product with a real warranty. Limit one CONTROL-X2 per customer. This special incentive is intended to allow customers to assess the product and its potential value.

Navigate to ELEproducts.com and click the BuyNow red button.

Thanks,
Shawn
 
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Philbilly2

Philbilly2

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Sandwich IL
ELEproducts.com;2065426 said:
Hello.

For a limited time, ELEproducts.com will be offering the CONTROL-X2 @ $155.00. This is a 27% savings. This is a real product with a real warranty. Limit one CONTROL-X2 per customer. This special incentive is intended to allow customers to assess the product and its potential value.

Navigate to ELEproducts.com and click the BuyNow red button.

Thanks,
Shawn
If you need a couple of guys to test them for free, Pat and I would be happy to help! :laughing:
 
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Philbilly2

Philbilly2

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Sandwich IL
ELEproducts.com;2065426 said:
Hello.

For a limited time, ELEproducts.com will be offering the CONTROL-X2 @ $155.00. This is a 27% savings. This is a real product with a real warranty. Limit one CONTROL-X2 per customer. This special incentive is intended to allow customers to assess the product and its potential value.

Navigate to ELEproducts.com and click the BuyNow red button.

Thanks,
Shawn
What is the amp load that they can handle? Possible to plug 2 machines in the same lot into one unit?
 

BUFF

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FR NoCo
Philbilly2;2065432 said:
If you need a couple of guys to test them for free, Pat and I would be happy to help! :laughing:
To get valid test results a couple units should be tested in an semi-arid climate at altitude.....Thumbs Up
 

Triple L

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Canada
Pretty sure crappy tire sells a noma one that is timer based but only kicks in below -10... pretty much the same concept for $30 or 1/5 the price...
 

1olddogtwo

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I thought it was some high tech gizzo that had Bluetooth/app/ telecommunications. Kind of like my Dewalt batteries.

I personally haven't used a plug in heater in years in fear of the truck not starting....once in a while I'll plug if its still snowing and going out for clean ups. I helps melt the icey glass faster, besides I have a Home depot 20 dollar programmable timer I can use.
 

Mr.Markus

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When I was younger I lived in an apartment at work and had to open up the transfer site on Sat mornings at 7 am. I would plug the backhoe in when I came home from the bar at 2 or 3am.
Technology...
 

Mark Oomkes

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Location
Grand Rapids, MI
Mr.Markus;2066212 said:
When I was younger I lived in an apartment at work and had to open up the transfer site on Sat mornings at 7 am. I would plug the backhoe in when I came home from the bar at 2 or 3am.
Technology...
Similar to my technology.

When we are finished plowing, we plug the trucks in. No timer to go bad. Only thing that might fail is if the circuit trips.

Does it cost more? Yes, but it's cheap insurance.
 

jhall22guitar

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Norton, MA
1olddogtwo;2067806 said:
Too many potstirs on Facebook for me
BUFF;2067851 said:
That's why I don't have the Facebook..........
They get the quick "delete from friends". Thumbs Up

I never knew how many idiots I went to high school with until the current election.


Back on topic, why not just do as others have said and plug it in when you get home/to the shop? As someone said its a good insurance that it will be ready to go.
 
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