200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Greenglobe
Anybody ever heard of them.I know they made toys like the yo-yo and others but didn’t know they made sporting goods.Or if’s the same company the logo is the same.when we’re they manufacturered.Its about 8 inches in diameter about 10 inches tall and weighs about five pounds has aluminum lid to snuff out. Any info will greatly appreciated. Thanks. Scott 
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74HARLEY
There is a lot of those out there, they work okay. Just another cute little heater.
Joe
looking for 200a 11-56,9-77,2-65 Coleman 275 appreciation syndicate member #0004 ICCC #1262
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JimL
I'd like to see pics of a Wham-O one.   Tonka also made them.

-Jim

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Majicwrench
Vintage~1963~ Wham-O~Hot Spot #220 ~Catalytic Heater w/ Platinum ...
Keith
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Dubblbubbl

While we’re talking about off brand heaters, here’s another one but it’s not made by a toy company.  

 

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Rob in NC
MilSpecOps Syndicate #1962
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate #1962

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JimL
@Majicwrench

Thanks for that pic Keith.  That awesome candy apple red would make it a keeper for me.

@Dubblbubbl

Rob,

I've not seen a catalytic head fuzz up like that.  That's one I'd be very leery of since I believe the catalytic heads are asbestos.  I tore open one on a Coleman catalytic heater that wasn't any good, but it wasn't until the burner head was no longer protected by that screen that it began unraveling.
Glad I did it outdoors as it wanted to break apart in strands and dust.   It's good for rebuilding hand warmer heads, but I keep the remainder in a big plastic baggie.  If you're using that just for display, I suggest wetting it down with hair spray to keep it intact.

-Jim

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Dubblbubbl
JimL wrote:
@Majicwrench

Thanks for that pic Keith.  That awesome candy apple red would make it a keeper for me.

@Dubblbubbl

Rob,

I've not seen a catalytic head fuzz up like that.  That's one I'd be very leery of since I believe the catalytic heads are asbestos.  I tore open one on a Coleman catalytic heater that wasn't any good, but it wasn't until the burner head was no longer protected by that screen that it began unraveling.
Glad I did it outdoors as it wanted to break apart in strands and dust.   It's good for rebuilding hand warmer heads, but I keep the remainder in a big plastic baggie.  If you're using that just for display, I suggest wetting it down with hair spray to keep it intact.


...yep Jim, this is unusual, it almost looks like a po picked the asbestos out.  Would like to find pics of another to see if its specific to this manufacturer.  I clean burned the head and run it with cf and it does put off decent heat for what it is.  I thought it was pretty unique so I bought it.  Haven’t found any info on this heater.
Rob in NC
MilSpecOps Syndicate #1962
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate #1962

Sometimes we are the windshield, Sometimes we are the bug...
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shaune509

Rob
My Dana 's head is like yours also, never have lit it as I found it at a local gun shop. Not sure it's ever been lit and I had to fab a snuffer for it, but it and the heater seater came home about 20 years back.
As for Whamo they won't admit to it but they also sold in the 60's a cross bow and a 22lr single shot pistol that I have one of each.
Shaune509

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My Name Is Earl
Digging around in my junk I also seem to have acquired a red  Whamo unfired model . Dont need it. Do you?
Cheap 
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