14 Best Heated Buckets

14 Top Rated Heated Buckets

Farm Innovators 5Gallon FlatBack ( Sizes And Styles Available))
Product Highlights:
  • oversized 5 gallon (24 quart) capacity; 120 watts
  • flat back provides stability when hung on a wall
  • thermostatically controlled to operate only when necessary (on 35°f, off 60°f)
API Heated Flat Back ( Gallon (2 Pack)))
Product Highlights:
  • api/miller mfg
  • misc.
API 5 Gallon 115 ( Back Bucket 20FB)
Product Highlights:
  • heated flat back bucket. heaters, de-icers and floats
  • manufacturer: allied precision inc p
  • manufacturer part number: 20fb
API 16 Gallon 260 ( Bucket 16HB)
Product Highlights:
  • great for horses, calves, cattle, ostriches, sheep, large dogs, and more
  • with built in thermostat and will keep water ice free during below zero conditions
  • 120 watts
API 9 Quart Heated ( Bucket 9HB)
Product Highlights:
  • constructed of high quality resilient plastic to prevent cracking
  • thermostatically controlled
  • over temperature protection
API 10 Quart Heated ( Bucket 10FB)
Product Highlights:
  • flat back design to hand flush against the wall
  • constructed of high quality resilient plastic to prevent cracking
  • thermostatically controlled
KH Pet Products KH ( Bowl (96 Oz))
Product Highlights:
  • simply plug the heated pet bowl in, and your pet's water will remain open all winter down to 20 below zero fahrenheit without freezing.
  • all electronics safely sealed inside.
  • 51/2 foot, steel-wrapped cord to prevent abrasion and chewing.
Farm Innovators P60B 60Watt ( Dog & Cat Water Bowl Blue)
Product Highlights:
  • large 1-1/2 gallon capacity,
  • thermostatically controlled to operate only when necessary,
  • heavy-duty "anti-chew" cord protector,
Farm Innovators Model P60 ( Gallon Heated Pet Bowl)
Product Highlights:
  • keeps water from freezing during the winter, even in sub-zero temps
  • large 1 ½ gallon capacity - easy to clean and refill
  • thermostatically controlled to operate only when necessary
Allied Plastic Heated Pet ( Bowl, 5-Quart)
Product Highlights:
  • thermostatically controlled.
  • capacity of 1.25 gallons
  • enables the consumer to remove the heating element after the winter season, which allows year-round use
Premier Heated Poultry Waterer ( Waterer - 3 Gallon)
Product Highlights:
  • larger capacity (3 gal). bucket dimensions: 9"h, 13"diameter. overall height: 14"h
  • secure, interlocking lid. conical lid shape to prevent birds from perching and soiling waterer. insulated lid traps warmer air inside waterer
  • heavy-duty handle for carrying and hanging. suited for: up to 35 adult birds.
Kingwork ULListed Bucket Heater ( Element, Submersible Water Heater With Auto Shutoff)
Product Highlights:
  • applications - this kingwork heavy duty and portable bucket water heater heats water only. use for cold weather and travel. perfect for winter time jobs.
  • thermostat feature - the silver-colored stainless steel tube contains a thermal overload safety switch, it can automatically cycle on and off as needed to maintain water temperature. it will not overheating and save power.
  • guard - the stainless-steel guard on the electric bucket heater protects the heating element from directly contacting persons or animals. the heater is safe for use in all pails, buckets and bathtubs, make sure the container designed to contain boiling water.
Farm Innovators HT200 16 ( Water Tub - Quantity 2)
Product Highlights:
  • quantity of (2): farm innovators ht-200 16 gallon, 200w, heated water tubs
  • thermostatically controlled to operate only when necessary,
  • unique heating design with replaceable element for years of use
API 250D 200Watt Pail ( With Guard And 6-Foot Cord)
Product Highlights:
  • this submersible de-icer is perfect for buckets, pails, pans, or birdbaths
  • comes with a stainless steel guard, six foot cord, cord chew protector, and built in thermostat
  • an adjustable clamp is also included, which allows the user to attach the de-icer to the water container

Erica Cowell

Whenever she finds time away from surfing (waves, that is!), Erica loves to write. Self proclaimed geek (and a nerd), you can find her trying out new kitchen gizoms. Chief kitchen editor at WhatRocksAndWhatSucks.com, right now Erica is based out of small but beautiful & sunny Southern California beach town where she grew up surfing. Reach her at erica@wraws.com.