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Wild Flight Outdoors offers the Poor Boy Pond Heater – now with free shipping! This innovative design features a cage that is proven to move more water, creating life-like action for decoys and eliminating ice at the same time. It's powered by a 1 HP 120 volt Motor and comes with a 100 foot cord and a standard 3 prong 120v plug. To use the Pond Heater, you'll need a minimum 2000 watt generator. Get yours today.

Poor Boy Pond Heater... Free Shipping

SKU: 202301
  • Wild Flight Outdoors LLC - Poor Boy Pond Heater.....Free Shipping

    1 Horse Power 120 volt Motor

    100 foot cord

    1500 watts needed to run Pond Heater

    minimum 2000 watt generator is required. We recommend the Harbor Freight Predator 2000w inverter generator.

    Standard 3 prong 120v plug

    Prop is reinforced polymer

    Fully Adjustable Frame- 12" minimum operating depth or cavitation may occur. And best results have been 3ft to 5ft deep. You can go deeper but results vary.

    2 year warranty on the motor.

    Normal Conditions Will Yield A 20 x 30 yard hole. This result will have several factors, temp, ice thickness, time and movement of the machine. (The pond heater will produce a larger hole with time and movement of the machine.



    Do Not run the unit out of the water. This will over heat the Pond Heater and damage it internally
    Always use a GFCI to protect from electrical shock.
    Keep all children and animals away from this product at all times.
    Stay out of the water while unit is running.
    Give the unit time to completely shut off before attempting to collect unit from water.
    Wild Flight Outdoors is not responsible for any damages caused by improper assembly or usage.
    This unit shall not be used if there is any damage to the cord or motor as electrical shock can be a huge Hazard. Please use this product responsibly.
    Wild Flight Outdoors LLC is not responsible for any damage or accidents this product may cause. Use with caution at all times.
    Keep all loose clothing, items, and hands away from the propeller at all times.

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