What kind of temps were you in and did you ever wish for the bigger Buddy heater?i bought a kodiak 10 x 14 deluxe and did a 12 day hunt in colorado last year. it worked great and easy to set up. the tent fits in my 85 quart cooler for transport and storage. the small heater buddy was plenty to warm it up. plenty of room for the two of us that used it with cots and all our gear. glad i bought the tent.
first half of the hunt it was getting down to about 30 at night and we did not use the heater. last few days it got into the low 20's and we ran the heater in the evening and shut it off at bed time and then turned it on again about 15 mins before we got out of bed in the morning. it did good for low 20's i might take my larger buddy if the forecast was for lower temps but at low 20's or higher the single panel unit, small one, did fine. in the final four or five days i dont think i changed a one pound canister on it so we did not use it much just a few mins in eve and a few mins in morn.What kind of temps were you in and did you ever wish for the bigger Buddy heater?
did it shrink from the heat during storage?I have Montana Canvas 12x17. Perfect for 3 people. I use outdoor carpeting from Home Depot for the floor. If the weather is gonna be bad we even have enough room to move the cooking set up inside. I don't use it on every hunt. I will be using it in December for a late muley hunt. one drawback is it shrunk about four inches. I never store it wet or damp. I store it in my garage. It probably reaches 120 or so in the garage during these Arizona summers. I called Montana Canvas and they advised me to cut the roof poles so I don't lose any height. I've owned it for 9 years