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K&H Pet Products Ice Eliminator Bird Bath De-Icer 50 watts - KH9000
K&H Pet Products Ice Eliminator Bird Bath De-Icer 50 watts - KH9000


 
List Price: $39.95
Our Price: $29.99
Savings: $9.96

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Product Code: BP-BIRDBATH-DEICER
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Description
 
Make sure your feathered friends have access to water this winter with the K&H ice eliminator for bird baths. The unique design and low energy consumption aren't the only reasons Ice Eliminator has become a best seller. Thermostatically controlled, it only heats when temperatures drop below freezing.

Designed to be the superior solution for de-icing bird baths, the solid aluminum housing keeps the unit from falling out of the birdbath. Its attractive rock‐like design blends naturally with any birdbath. Feel free to spray paint any color to match any birdbath. This de-icer will not calcify, rust, or leave stains in birdbaths. Wonʹt burn or melt plastic birdbaths. The energy saving design only uses 50 watts, saving money vs. most other brands. Three year limited warranty.

Features:
  • Safely maintains open water to 20° below zero Fahrenheit.
  • Natural color and 18" cord blend in with nearly every birdbath.
  • Virtually indestructible.
  • May be spray painted any color
  • Durable enamel finish is easy to clean.
  • Thermostatically controlled, using only 50 watts.
  • Completely safe to handle and use, even in plastic birdbaths.
  • MET Listed
  • 3 year warranty
  • Reviews
    • It finally got cold enough this winter to try this out. So far, it seems to work very well. Temperatures have ranged in the 20s and 30s, and it keeps a 12" circle of water ice-free. The birds have definitely been taking advantage of it.

      It mentions this in the description, but I missed it initially, so I just thought I would reiterate that this heater is thermostatically controlled, so it only turns on when necessary. That's nice, as thermostatic plugs cost twenty bucks or more.

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