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Bought mine used and I like it

bywrcromwell Feb 4, 2008
9 Helpfuls 10 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Reliable and effective in my old farmhouse.
Cons You can't just 'set it and forget it' like a central furnace.
Recommended it? Yes

I bought mine at a garage sale for ten bucks and it needed some tlc. I cleaned it up and put some fuel in it in the middle of the back yard. It worked perfectly! I use mine when I need additional heat during subzero/high wind winter weather here in Michigan. I have a couple of smaller radiant... Read full review »

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Corona 23DK

byalphatrane Dec 29, 2007
3 Helpfuls 4 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Ease of use/amount of heat produced
Cons Pinned wick-unpinned wick can be trimmed up to 3 times saves money
Recommended it? Yes

I rent a house that was built in 1890. It is poorly insulated and we are subject to frequent power outages and problems with our furnace (I cant complain since my rent is cheap and includes utilities:)This heater works great and I'm going to get one for my Dad for emergencies. Just be careful and... Read full review »

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I like my DK 23 Corona

bymainehome Nov 26, 2007
5 Helpfuls 6 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Safe, comfortable, lasts for eight hours per fill.
Cons I need a new wick, and the local stores where I live don't carry them.
Recommended it? Yes

I've had my DK 23 Corona for years. I use it every year as a back up to oil. I live in a very old house, and I have fireplaces. All have slate slabs in front of the hearth, except NOT in my dining room. That's where I put the Corona DK 23, on the pumpkin pine floor in front of a brick hearth that... Read full review »

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Maintenance a Must

bycatkrazy Dec 5, 2006
9 Helpfuls 10 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Runs without electricity
Cons Needs Maintenance to be safe and environmentally friendly
Recommended it? Yes

I live in upstate NY and have had to fall back on my lil Corona 23 plenty of times. Like all sources of heat it must be handled carefully and if I had small children or big dogs, I would think twice before using it or any kerosene heater.
If you have a safe place in which to burn it, it is... Read full review »

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Corona Heater

bypatty4jc Oct 24, 2006
7 Helpfuls 8 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros You only have to fill it twice, it will heat for 24 hrs with that.
Cons I can't think of any bad things about this hearter.
Recommended it? Yes

I bought my hearter 3 yrs ago and It has served me very well. It is very much worth the money. It gives 8 to 12 hours of heat for each tank of fuel. It is safe around my pets. If you need a heater this is the one to get. You won't be sorry you did. I heat my whole house with 2 of these heaters. And... Read full review »

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Corona Indoor Vent-Free Kerosene Heater Is The Grandpa Of Dumb & Dumber

bythe_gas_man Jan 29, 2004
84 Helpfuls 85 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros None.
Cons Will produce by-products of combustion, hazardous to your health and fire...
Recommended it? No

I don't care if you're in the depth of a cold winter, up there in the Catskills, or on the plains of the mid-west, power failures are no excuse for turning to cheap and proven dangerous methods of heating your home.

Lack of electricity can be overcome with a number of vented gas or... Read full review »

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The Corona Indoor Kerosene Convection Heater 23 saves us from frostbite

bysallyg8 Jan 17, 2004
32 Helpfuls 33 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Safe for a Kerosene Heater, Don't be afraid to try it. Gives good Heat.
Cons Changing the wick is not easy. Handle slips out.
Recommended it? Yes

Up here in the Catskills, we get a lot of cold weather, and power failures. No electric may be bad in the summer when you need your ac, but believe me it is terrible in the winter when the temperature drops to -15 and you can't warm your house. What a life saver, The Corona Indoor Kerosene... Read full review »

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Corona Kerosene heater 23DK

byjoeemd Dec 14, 2003
6 Helpfuls 7 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Simple, efficient, reliable, safe, clean burning, needs no electricity.
Cons Needs a funnel to refuel to prevent spills. Some cities ban Kerosene heater use.
Recommended it? Yes

This heater is perfect for a 1 car garage, apartment, or small basement. It has a 1.6 gallon fuel tank which provides 8 hours of burn time. Also provided with an emergency shutoff in the event of tip-over, bumping, etc. Can be match lit or with internal igniter. Note: I believe kerosene heaters are... Read full review »

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