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HOT DEALS Thread. Black Friday, eBay, Amazon, BORG, Zoro, Woodcraft, etc.

by Woodknack
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#5353 posted 02-22-2019 06:37 PM



I am not well-versed in this stuff but if I don t have 220 in the garage which of these will still effectively work to heat up a 2 car garage? The on

1500W is max heater output for 110V.

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#5354 posted 02-22-2019 06:40 PM



I am not well-versed in this stuff but if I don t have 220 in the garage which of these will still effectively work to heat up a 2 car garage? The on

1500W is max heater output for 110V.

-- Rick M, http://thewoodknack.blogspot.com/

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#5355 posted 02-22-2019 07:08 PM

That’s not such a great deal Steve. Neither are the other two ;-)

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#5356 posted 02-22-2019 07:12 PM

LOL site went wacky. tried to embed the coupon link

Ace hardware has 25% off any item max $12.50 off.

https://cdn-tp3.mozu.com/24645-m1/cms/files/d664c2b0-7e00-43ec-b7d2-8c2dc98dfb7d

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#5357 posted 02-22-2019 07:18 PM

LOL site went wacky. tried to embed the coupon link

Ace hardware has 25% off any item max $12.50 off.

https://cdn-tp3.mozu.com/24645-m1/cms/files/d664c2b0-7e00-43ec-b7d2-8c2dc98dfb7d

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#5358 posted 02-22-2019 07:26 PM

I’m double posting too, and the site is taking a long time to load, been happening off and on for weeks.

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#5359 posted 02-22-2019 07:38 PM

I’m surprised Cricket hasn’t asked you to make a part 2 thread Rick so she can close this one. I know she did that for a few of the other larger threads a few weeks ago and it greatly improved performance on those. You might want to reach out and just ask about doing that with this thread. It has gotten pretty long :-)

-- I collect hobbies. There is no sense in limiting yourself (Don W) - - - - - - - - Kenny in SW VA

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#5360 posted 02-22-2019 07:44 PM

Right – so it would be this one: https://tools.woot.com/offers/dr-infrared-1500w-indoor-outdoor-heater?ref=w_cnt_wp_0_3

But it’s infrared so that means it only heats what’s up in front of it though it says heats 150 sq ft? Wonder what the draw would be and if it would trip my breakers while also running a table saw, etc.

I am not well-versed in this stuff but if I don t have 220 in the garage which of these will still effectively work to heat up a 2 car garage? The on

1500W is max heater output for 110V.

- Woodknack


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#5361 posted 02-22-2019 07:47 PM

Right – so it would be this one: https://tools.woot.com/offers/dr-infrared-1500w-indoor-outdoor-heater?ref=w_cnt_wp_0_3

But it’s infrared so that means it only heats what’s up in front of it though it says heats 150 sq ft? Wonder what the draw would be and if it would trip my breakers while also running a table saw, etc.

I am not well-versed in this stuff but if I don t have 220 in the garage which of these will still effectively work to heat up a 2 car garage? The on

1500W is max heater output for 110V.

- Woodknack


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#5362 posted 02-22-2019 07:53 PM



Right – so it would be this one: https://tools.woot.com/offers/dr-infrared-1500w-indoor-outdoor-heater?ref=w_cnt_wp_0_3

But it s infrared so that means it only heats what s up in front of it though it says heats 150 sq ft? Wonder what the draw would be and if it would trip my breakers while also running a table saw, etc.

IMO There is no 110v heater that is going to heat your garage. Don’t waste your money.

Ben

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#5363 posted 02-22-2019 08:11 PM



For $10 I ll just keep a cutoff wheel on it.

- Andybb

I think there is one skew of these that is better than the others. I’ll have to see if I can find the number or go look at one in the garage. You can never have too many grinders. They are kind of like clamps. :)

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#5364 posted 02-22-2019 08:13 PM

Hopefully the site will stay up.

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#5365 posted 02-22-2019 08:54 PM


IMO There is no 110v heater that is going to heat your garage. Don t waste your money.
Ben
- BenDupre

We converted a 24’ x 24’ two car garage into a proto-type machine shop at work. Insulated the 2×4 studs and 2×6 rafters as best as we could with fiberglass bat, framed in one of the overhead doors and put up pine board interior wall sheathing.

We have two 220v, 25amp heaters out there and it just barely keeps up with it. It takes several hours on Monday mornings in January before my part time machinist takes his knit cap and jacket off.

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#5366 posted 02-22-2019 08:56 PM

this site drives me mad sometimes… the post reply stalls, then times out. So I hit it again…. same thing… now I tripple posted

:^(

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#5367 posted 02-22-2019 09:09 PM

I’ve been hemming and hawing about getting a 4.5” angle grinder for over a year.

Hard not to pull the trigger on $10 + $6 S&H

Even if I only use it a couple times a year, that’s a no brainer in my book.

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#5368 posted 02-22-2019 09:29 PM



Right – so it would be this one: https://tools.woot.com/offers/dr-infrared-1500w-indoor-outdoor-heater?ref=w_cnt_wp_0_3

But it s infrared so that means it only heats what s up in front of it though it says heats 150 sq ft? Wonder what the draw would be and if it would trip my breakers while also running a table saw, etc.
- WorksInTheory

Well, most space heaters only project heat out the front but some heat air and some heat objects. The exception is an oil filled radiator. If you don’t mind leaving it on all the time, an oil filled radiator is nice and safe but you will notice it on your energy bill. I have a 1500w milk house heater for my 16×20 shop, which is old, uninsulated, and drafty; it takes a few hours but will warm the shop to a point where you can wear a flannel shirt and touching the tablesaw doesn’t make my hands hurt. But I live in NC where cold is 30-40 F. The nice thing about infrared is it will warm you immediately. Heat is heat and watts are watts, they will all raise the temperature of the room just in different ways.

Garage guys might want to look into passive solar.
https://www.lumberjocks.com/projects/93894

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#5369 posted 02-22-2019 09:36 PM

ugh

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#5370 posted 02-22-2019 10:03 PM

HF has ‘em at this price pretty frequently, actually, almost all the time. I own one.


I ve been hemming and hawing about getting a 4.5” angle grinder for over a year.

Hard not to pull the trigger on $10 + $6 S&H

Even if I only use it a couple times a year, that s a no brainer in my book.

- Mainiac Matt


-- I intended to be a woodworker, but turned into a tool and lumber collector.

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#5371 posted 02-22-2019 10:21 PM


this site drives me mad sometimes… the post reply stalls, then times out. So I hit it again…. same thing… now I tripple posted

- Mainiac Matt

When the post button just sits and churns, I open LJ in a second tab in my browser and 99% of the time the post is there. At that point, I just close the tab that has the unfinished post command and continue on in the new tab.

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#5372 posted 02-22-2019 10:24 PM

New thread. Hopefully this will stop some of the posting issues.
https://www.lumberjocks.com/topics/303346

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#5373 posted 02-25-2019 05:24 AM

Right – so it would be this one: https://tools.woot.com/offers/dr-infrared-1500w-indoor-outdoor-heater?ref=w_cnt_wp_0_3

But it’s infrared so that means it only heats what’s up in front of it though it says heats 150 sq ft? Wonder what the draw would be and if it would trip my breakers while also running a table saw, etc.

I am not well-versed in this stuff but if I don t have 220 in the garage which of these will still effectively work to heat up a 2 car garage? The on

1500W is max heater output for 110V.

- Woodknack


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