$24.99 to $29.99
K&H Thermal-Bowl Heated Pet Bowls keep your outdoor pet's water from freezing. These heated pet bowls are available in 96 Ounce, Blue or 1.5 Gallon, Granite. Read More
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K&H Thermal-Bowl Heated Pet Bowls
Keeps your outdoor pet's water from freezing. High density polyethylene.
Features of the K&H Thermal-Bowls:
- Colors: Blue or Granite
- Capacities: 96 oz (3/4 Gallon) or 192 oz (1.5 Gallon)
- heated bowl prevents water from freezing
- thermostatically controlled and low power consumption
- 5.5 foot long steel-wrapped, chew-resistant power cord
- draws no more power than a 25 watt light bulb
- 1-year limited warranty
- Brand: K&H Manufacturing
- Type: Waterer
- Feature: Heated
- Size: 96 oz (3/4 Gallon),192 oz (1.5 Gallon)
- Color: Blue,Granite
- Wattage: 25 Watts
Even though we live in Alabama I still have the issue of water freezing in the winter, so I decided to give it a try and have yet to have that problem again. Plus the dogs love it too!
Very durable, they last about 3-4 years, clean easily,live in NY and drinkable water has always been available. Wish they made a 3-5 gallon bowl.
I have been ordering from Jeffers for almost 20 years. I bought the 1 of the 1.5 thermal bowls about 7 yrs ago & another one about 5 yrs ago. They have saved us so much time. One bowl is near the house and the other is down by the garage. So it has been nice over the years not to have the bring up the water dish from the garage to thaw out in the winter. Even when temps drop to 5 degrees the water never froze. And the way we know they are empty, because one of the cats is curled up in them. The bowls have saved us a lot of time and are easy to store & use.
"Save your money"
Bought this at a local retailer and it is junk. Water freezes solid when the temperature falls below 25 degrees or is slush encased in ice from 26 - 34.