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Cozy Cabin Heater - Propane Boat Heater (LPG)

Cozy Cabin Heater - Propane Boat Heater (LPG)
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The Dickinson Marine Cozy Cabin Heater (formerly made by Sig Marine), 6,500 BTU/hr dry radiant heat propane heater, is a small but powerful bulkhead mounted propane cabin heater. The Cozy Cabin Heater provides lots of vented heat for your cabin with a cheery fireplace-like heating element. Brass accents and a cast metal cooktop add to the nautical look of this little heater.

  • Deck cap is included
  • Flue pipe sold is separately, uses 1" O.D. stainless rail stock
  • Piezo spark ignition
  • Thermocouple protection
  • Product Includes: mounting straps, closeable exhaust cap, internal dress ring, weather gasket, cast metal warming top
  • Requires 3/8" fuel line with female fitting
  • Cozy Cabin Heater formally known as Force 10 Cozy Cabin Heater

The Cozy Cabin Heater is safe and easy to use. A push button igniter lights the burner easily and the flame is controlled from a easy to grip cool touch handle on the side. Inside the case of the heater is a thermocouple gas shut off component that stops the flow of gas if the heater has gone out, to protect against gas leaking. In addition, this heater features a oxygen depletion sensor. In the unlikely event that the oxygen content in the cabin falls lower than 6%, the sensor will shut off the flow of gas and extinguish the heater.

This heater includes an exhaust cap that can be closed when the heater is not in use, an internal dress ring to hide the hole in the cabin top and a weather gasket. This heater uses 1” stainless tube as exhaust pipe. This tube (sold separately) can easily be bent into the desired shape. A minimum pipe length of 2 feet is necessary to remove the vapor caused by the propane combustion.

Part No. Mfr No. Height Width Depth Weight Unit Leaves Warehouse* List Price
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Sig / Dickinson Cozy Cabin Heater - Propane
83100 10000 16-1/2" 7-1/2" 7" 11 lbs Each In-Stock: 1 Day $717.00
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Additional Description

So you have an old Force 10 heater - Read On:

The company "Force Heaters" made diesel, kerosene and propane models of the original "Force 10" heater. Dickinson (who also owns Sig Marine) bought out the Force Heaters and now makes a version of the original Force 10 to their own specs - called the "Cozy Cabin Heater".

The Cozy Cabin Heater is only available in propane. If you own an original Force 10 Heater (there will be a badge on the heater saying "Force 10") and you have issues with the burner, regardless of fuel, then you will be limited to upgrading to the New Propane Burner Assembly that fits both the Force 10 and the Cozy Cabin Heater. Regrettably, there are no burner parts available for the original Force 10 heaters.

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Combustion Air

Does the heater have external combustion air or does it come from cabin air. Thinking about installing in a 14’ hard side camper trailer. Will this work?

Submitted by: Chuck

It uses cabin air.

Sig Marine Cozy Cabin

What is the burn rate for the Sig Marine Cozy Cabin with a 20lb propane tank?

Submitted by: marquis

They do not have a burn rate published due to the variables in temperature, size of area, insulation values etc. That being said under a normal situation where the heater is running at a low rate a tank that size should last a week or so.


Am I correct the Force 10 propane heater exhaust is vented outside by the 1" exhaust pipe? (this would be installed in an Airstream trailer, not a boat)

Submitted by: Marshall

Yes you are correct the propane heater does have a 1" flue and must be vented outside.

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