Nash Bank Life Bivvy Heater - T1215
Please Note: The heater is designed for use with no more than 5 tealights at any one time. Also larger candles than tealights are not recommended
If you regularly pull overnighters as part of your winter fishing routine, you’ll be all too familiar with just how quickly the temperature can drop, particularly on more exposed banks and windswept beaches. Space heaters and gas bottles, as well as the obvious concerns about their safety when used in confined spaces such as a bivvy, are typically heavy and bulky to transport, especially if you have to barrow a distance over rough ground to get to your swim. For environmentally-conscious anglers, gas-fired heaters aren’t the most eco-friendly option out there.
But you can’t just pile on blankets and sleeping bags – you need to be able to get up from your bedchair and out of your bivvy quickly when your bite indicator goes off, and too many layers will only slow you down, and potentially result in you losing a good fish. On the other hand, you’re not going to fish well if you’re shivering and cursing the cold, with your fingers staring to seize up. Trying to effectively play a fish when your hands are numb from cold never comes off well, and, again, you’ll typically end up losing your fish, if not your rod and tackle, too.
You need to keep warm. But you also need to keep your kit light. Is this an impossible dilemma, a conundrum with no solution?
Thanks to the creativity of one of carp’s leading brands, Nash, the answer is, thankfully, a resounding NO: the dilemma can be resolved. You can keep your kit light, be eco-friendly, AND heat your bivvy effectively against those sudden temperature dips that can really knock your fishing style off kilter, and turn the tide of a session against you.
At just 1kg, these bivvy heaters are probably the lightest heating option on the market, and there’s no gas involved: instead, these Nash heaters run solely on tealights. Yes, tealights – the little things you can pick up for a couple of pounds for a bag of around fifty. With a guideline heating time for the standard five tealight set up of around 5-6hrs, the matte black steel throws off enough heat to see temperatures typically raised by around 10 degrees Centigrade – a very noticeable improvement when you’ve been shivering on the verge of deciding to pack up and abandon the session, and the kick you need to keep you going.
This is a stylish bivvy heater with a simple clip on/clip off design, and removable carry handle, making it easy to move around your bivvy for ultimate heat placement throughout your session. Completely eco-friendly, with a simple, classic design, this heater comes supplied with five tealights, so it’s ready to heat things up, bivvy-wise, straight out of the box.
With an EVA base, lightweight build, and simple, eco-friendly heating capability, all brought to you by a brand whose name is a byword for angling excellence, comfort, convenience, and the extra edge needed to take your fishing through to the next level doesn’t get any easier than this.
If you want to be the hottest angler going, get yourself one of these simple, stylish, ultra-portable bivvy heaters from Nash, and watch the temperature rise.
Stylish and eco-friendly way to warm up your bivvy
Uses nothing other than 5 tea lights inside the central chamber
Testing showed temperatures raised by as much as 10 degrees
Matte black coated steel eliminates the dangers of gas bottles
A simple clip open design with removable carry handle
EVA base, comfort doesn't get any easier than this
Supplied with 5 tea lights
Guideline heating time for standard tea lights 5-6 hours
Dimensions: (H) 16cm (D) 16cm
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