Originally Posted by pumpkinspikepie
There was a giant stop-sale on Stealth Pro heaters because the ones higher than 50 watts started, basically, combusting. If you have one of those you should be able to exchange them for a different one from the same brand, I'd think, if you'd even want to.
Quite a few stupid people kept relying on the "safety" in them to keep them from detonating like grenades when they left them on while draining water.
The safety failed. I don't think I've read of one instance of a stealth pro detonating when used correctly. Still, if the safety doesn't work, they're unsafe.