Dewalt 20V DXH12B F332000 12,000 BTU Cordless Portable Propane Radiant Heater

Dewalt has another cordless heater with the Dewalt 20V DXH12B F332000 12,000 BTU Cordless Portable Propane Radiant Heater.

The Dewalt 20V DXH12B F332000 12,000 BTU Cordless Portable Propane Radiant Heater uses liquid propane as the fuel and heat source while an internal fan powered by the 20V batteries pushes heat to the user.

12,000 BTU is on the lower end for a heater but should be plenty for heating people in small areas when close to the heater. The heater design is very user friendly and perfect for camping as it also includes an LED light located on the handle and USB ports to charge your mobile devices on the go.

What’s strange about the new Dewalt 20V cordless heater is not the heater itself but the fact that it has two model numbers making it confusing to find. You might find it under the DXH12B model number or the F332000 model and both are the same product while both are sold in the USA under both model numbers, strange indeed.

The new Dewalt 20V DXH12B F332000 12,000 BTU Cordless Portable Propane Radiant Heater is available now and sold for as low as $159.99 as a baretool.

  •  Three USB ports for charging personal electronics and accessories
  •  Dual tank capacity provides up to 7 hours of run-time
  •  Runs off 20lb LP tank with Optional Regulator and Hose Assembly
  •  Integrated high velocity fan to effectively disperse convective heat
  •  Powerful LED light bar provides ideal working conditions
  •  Quiet and reliable electronic ignition
  •  Powered by the 20V MAX® and FlexVolt® battery families

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This looks like an update to the Big Buddy heater that I have an really like. The USB ports are a really nice touch and would be a help while camping or in a power outage. The price is only about 40 dollars more then the Big Buddy. Its also nice that this heater should be approved for indoor use like the Big Buddy. Maybe Ryobi will have something like it soon, would be nice for an indoor heating solution from Ryobi.


Agreed, the USB ports are an excellent addition to this heater and I think the built in light as well. All good for camping and also emergency situations.


FYI – F332000 is the manufacturer ITEM number for the USA. F332100 is the ITEM number for Massachusetts and Canada (there are different restrictions on how a product may be marketed) . DXH12B is the model number and is applicable across all retailers.

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