17 Best Little Giant Water Heaters

17 Top Rated Little Giant Water Heaters

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Bosch Electric MiniTank Water ( Water - Shelf, Wall Or Floor Mounted)
Product Highlights:
  • convenient hot water heater: 2.5 gallon point-of-use mini-tank fits under your sink to provide hot water right where you need it. thermal efficiency is 98%. dimensions : 13.75 w x 13.75 h x 10.75 d inches
  • long lasting quality: this electric water heater is easy to maintain and has premium glass-lined material for a long service life. (amps 12a, volts (vac) 120)
  • independent installation: 36-37" cord plugs into a 120 volt outlet for independent installation or in-line with a large hot water source
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American Standard CE12AS 12 ( Electric Water Heater)
Product Highlights:
  • heavy gauge steel tank
  • inner dura glas lined tank fired at 1,600f for optimum protection from the effects of corrosion
  • factory installed brass drain valve on all models allows for easy draining of the unit which reduces sediment deposits extending tank life
3
Bosch Electric MiniTank Water ( Water - Shelf, Wall Or Floor Mounted)
Product Highlights:
  • convenient hot water heater: 4 gallon point-of-use mini-tank fits under your sink to provide hot water right where you need it. thermal efficiency is 98%. dimensions : 13.75 w x 13.75 h x 13.5 d inches
  • long lasting quality: this electric water heater is easy to maintain and has premium glass-lined material for a long service life. (amps 12a, volts (vac) 120)
  • independent installation: 36-37" cord plugs into a 120 volt outlet for independent installation or in-line with a large hot water source
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EcoSmart ECO 27 Electric ( Patented Self Modulating Technology)
Product Highlights:
  • savings of up to 50% on water heating costs. dimensions :17h x 17w x 3.625d inches ;pipes fittings :3/4 inch npt
  • digital temperature control in 1-degree increments allows control of hot water; activation flow: 0.3 gpm
  • copper and stainless components designed for efficiency, durability and easy replacement.
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SUBURBAN MFG Suburban Co ( W/H 10 Gal Dsi/Electri)
Product Highlights:
  • 10 gallon water tank
  • 12,000 btu rating
  • weight: 46 lbs.
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Rinnai V65IN Tankless Water ( V65iN-Natural Gas/6.5 GPM)
Product Highlights:
  • endless hot water for your entire home
  • v65in he high efficiency tankless hot water heater - natural gas: indoor installation only
  • up to 6.5 gpm hot water flow rate (varies by groundwater temp)
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Titan Electric Tankless Water ( Water Heater)
Product Highlights:
  • tankless water heater
  • 220 v
  • 54 max amps
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Chronomite Labs 3600W Electric ( Water Heater, 120VAC)
Product Highlights:
  • made in: united states
  • commercial brand: chronomite labs
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American Standard CE20AS 19 ( Electric Water Heater)
Product Highlights:
  • heavy gauge steel tank
  • inner dura glas lined tank fired at 1,600f for optimum protection from the effects of corrosion
  • factory installed brass drain valve on all models allows for easy draining of the unit which reduces sediment deposits extending tank life
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Stiebel Eltron Tankless Water ( Demand Hot Water, Eco, White)
Product Highlights:
  • continuous flow advanced flow control german patented technology invented by stiebel eltron, automatically maintains water temperature for constant comfort. itll reduce flow slightly if hot water demand exceeds capacity. hot showers will never be interrupted again.
  • space & energy saver its small, sleek white design saves space yet still provides endless hot water for your whole house, and no venting is required. eco friendly unit saves energy with auto-modulation and the ability to electronically measure water flow. savings monitor even shows how much you save on energy costs.
  • easy operation electronic flow sensor switches on the powerful solid copper interior heating system of the water heater. its noise free while in use and has a digital temperature display and preset temperature memory buttons.

Velocity Hopkins

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