Best RV Heaters: Keep Your RV Warm, Dry, and Mold-Free
Love RVing all year round? A spare or backup RV heater is a must
The Camco Olympian operates on low-pressure gas. It can be wall-mounted or used as a portable unit. No electrical drain or battery connections make it ideal for an RV.
It’s very efficient. On its maximum heat setting, a 20-pound propane tank lasts around 160 hours. On the low setting, it runs for around 300 hours. Since it’s a non-powered radiant heater, it’s perfect for going off-grid.
Might emit a chemical smell during the first few uses. With a large RV in colder conditions, two units may be required.
Don’t let the small size of this heater fool you: while it only measures 15 by 11.5 by 9.6 inches, it provides enough heat to warm up 225 square feet. It is safe and quiet.
Mr. Heater has an easy-to-use digital dial. Included are convenient handles for moving it around. There is an auto shut-off if it’s tipped over, if the pilot light goes out, or if it detects low oxygen levels. A great optional air purifier is available.
A common problem is issues with the filter system. Some users complain of poor customer service.
This personal space heater is great for small areas. It comes fully assembled. It has a 1,500-watt ceramic heating element with 11 different temperature settings. Features a cool-touch exterior.
Its compact size and convenient carry handle allow it to be easily moved from the kitchen to the bedroom or anywhere else. An overheat protection feature ensures this heater does not overheat.
It does not have a safety off switch in the event it tips over. It’s not suitable in large spaces at high heat.