Today Only: EcoSmart ECO 11 Electric Tankless Water Heater For $166.58 Shipped From Amazon And More Tankless Water Heaters On Sale

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Today Only: EcoSmart ECO 11 Electric Tankless Water Heater For $166.58 Shipped From Amazon

This was selling for $216.93 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

“EcoSmart electric tankless water heaters are leading the industry with the most talked about brand of tankless water heaters. Our patented self modulating technology allows our units to control their energy output to ensure optimal water heating. The ECO 11 is ideal for a small apartment or any small point of use application. It is designed to heat up to 2 gallons per minute and is optimal for weather of 67° F and above. It can be used for multiple or single applications depending on your climate. In warm climates, the ECO 11 can handle two sinks running simultaneously and one shower, or two sinks simultaneously in colder climates.”

  • Lifetime warranty or residential use. Save up to 60% on your water heating costs with the most advanced, self modulating technology available
  • Never run out of hot water with an ECOSMART tankless water heater.
  • Save up to 12 cubic feet of storage space. Digital temperature control in 1-degree increments gives users complete control of hot water
  • 11Kw at 220 is equal to 13kw at 240 and activation flow is 0.3 GPM
  • The ECO 11 requires a minimum 125 amp electrical panel for installation with (1) 60 amp double pole breaker connected to (1) set of #6 awg wire.

EcoSmart ECO 27 Electric Tankless Water Heater For $334.85 Shipped From Amazon

This was selling for $461.19 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

“The ECO 27 is one of the largest electric tankless water heaters available with our patented self modulating technology. This unit is ideal for the northern United States, where incoming water temperatures can reach as low as 37°F. The ECO 27 is capable of heating nearly 3 gallons per minute at this low temperature. It can handle up to two showers running at the same time and never run out of hot water. For homes in the southern United States, the ECO 27 is perfect for a high demand of hot water between multiple applications. It can handle up to 6 gallons per minute, which means you can run four showers and a sink simultaneously and never run out of hot water. A digital temperature control allows you to set your temperature in increments of 1 degree, so you can set the temperature anywhere from 80°F – 140°F.”

  • 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
  • Copper and stainless components designed for efficiency, durability and easy replacement.
  • Compact size saves valuable storage space, while the stylish and advanced design is pleasing to the eye and Copper and stainless components designed for efficiency, durability and easy replacement.
  • Prior to purchase & installation, please verify that this model is the right size for your hot water needs and electrical requirements. Electrical requirements: 27 kW, 240 volts, (3) 40 required breakers, 112.5 maximum power (AMP), (3) 8 required wire.
  • Required Breaker Quantity: Three 40 Amp Double Pole
  • Recommended Electrical Panel: 200 Amps
  • NEVER run out of hot water with an ECOSMART tankless water heater.
  • Save up to 12 cubic feet of storage space.
  • Digital temperature control in 1-degree increments gives users complete control of hot water
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20 Comments on "Today Only: EcoSmart ECO 11 Electric Tankless Water Heater For $166.58 Shipped From Amazon And More Tankless Water Heaters On Sale"

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Michael

Anyone have something like this- if it works seems like good alternative to current water heaters

Steven

U cannot use hot water on yontef if u buy this to heat your home’s water is my understanding.

Eli

Ask your own LOR , there are ways to have this…if you have a small 10 gallon tank connected as well

Josh

I believe this is no good to use on Yom tov.

L.s.

Not good on Yom tov. Also they are nearly impossible to repair so you will most likely replace it long before a standard tank heater. Many older houses are not equipped with the right electric to handle the batteries. So if those are all ok with you, go for it.

Joe

My cheap landlord should invest in this

CB

Not sure where all the comments are being posted from but in most of the USA where heating gas is available it is much cheaper than using electricity to heat anything. The specs sound like wiring that most apartments, condos and even most homes do not have available. A valid argument can be made for using this in an isolated area with a very long length pipe travel from the main water heater but the installation of the electric wiring would kill this based on costs.

Yosef

I asked Rav Asher Weiss, shlita, about using a tankless water on Yom Tov. Rav Asher answered that it is prohibited.
https://en.tvunah.org/2017/12/15/tankless-water-heater-yom-tov/

Greg

I think the Rav’s answer is based on a misunderstanding of how these operate. His answer assumes that there is no flame and that turning on the hot water ignites the flame. However, in order to get instant hot water, there already needs to be a flame, even if on low. It is similar if it is electric, there already needs to be some heat there, even if on low. Not sure if this changes things or not for Yom Tov, but the answer should be based on accurate info.

The above is similar to a normal water heater. For a gas water heater there is always a pilot light lit. As you use hot water, the flame is increased and the water is heated up.

Velvel Lipskier

with all due respect I think that your comment is based on a misunderstanding of how these operate.
1) Regular traditional tank water heaters: most of them these days DO NOT have a pilot light that is always on. whenever the thermostat senses that the water is cooling down, it knows that the fire needs to be turned on in order to keep the water hot, so it turns on an electric element that turns red hot. the gas valve is opened and ignites, and then the element is turned off. while the gas keeps burning until the thermostat determines that the water is hot enough, and then the gas valve closes.
the thermostat does not care how much water is being used. theoretically, if you were not home for weeks, and the tank would remain full of water, the thermostat and gas flame would still need to cycle on and off because it keeps the water in the tank hot at all times
(an electric hot water tank uses the same principles, it simply uses an electric element to heat the water rather than a fire)
since turning the water on and off has no direct bearing on the operation of the thermostat, there fit is permissible to use on Yom Tov. (just like most Poskim permit using a fridge on Shabbos and Yom Tov)
why this cannot be used on shabbos is a little more complicated and outside the scope of this comment
(BTW the same technology is used in most modern gas stoves and dryers)

2) TANKLESS water heaters: do NOT use a thermostat, they use a pressure sensor.
as the name implies, there is no holding tank, and the instant is not literally instant, it can take about 20 seconds to heat up. there is a sensor on the inlet pipe. whenever you turn on the hot water faucet at your sink, it senses that water is beginning to flow through it, which in turns turns on the heating element which gets very hot very quickly, and is able to heat ll the water running through it on the way to your sink, so you get hot water. when you turn off your sink, it senses the stop of water flow, and turns itself off.
whether the heating element is heated using gas or electric, the concept is still the same, and therefore your turning on the faucet is essentially a hydraulic (water powered) power sitch and you are mamosh turning it on or off.

there are some older gas models that indeed do uses a pilot light flame which is on the whole time, they are hard to get these days, but if you can find one, many Poskim agree that it is permitted on Yom tov.
(the holding tank is another solution as another person commented, because i since you are drawing water from the tank, and the tank only pulls water from the heater when it is empty, you are not directly controlling your heater.)

as always, ask you LOR.

i

can this be used to heat up my radiators?

Liam K. Nuj

Any Rav having to answer questions about this water heater has a tankless job.

shiframeir

Finally a good comment!

James

I have the smaller of these units. Just one thing to be aware of with any tankless unit, you should investigate the use with modern washing machines/dishwashers. They may draw so little water, the heater may not come on.

Neil

This seems impractical if you live anywhere in the Northeast or even in the midwest as the copy states “It is designed to heat up to 2 gallons per minute and is optimal for weather of 67° F and above.”

David R

Read the whole post. There are two products here.

Joetraveller

Electric tankless water heaters don’t have flames, they have an electric element to heat the water.

benj

most poskim hold a red hot coil is like a gacheles shel mateches so it is considered fire, (unless you know it doesn’t get that hot, but it probably does)

shvitz

can this be controlled remotely (ie by smartphone app)? this would make curfew in camp a breeze. (lower the temperature by a couple of degrees every few minutes for five minutes before curfew and five minutes after curfew as a warning, and then BOOM ten minutes after curfew FREEZING cold water straight from the well. Heartless!

t

this is gashmius

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