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Oct 30

Outdoor Patio Heater 41,000 BTU

Outdoor Patio Heater

Product Description: Outdoor Patio Heater. Includes hose and nozzles. This standing patio heater is over 7 feet tall with a top radius of around 3 feet. Uses propane gas. 41,000 BTU.

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Package includes:
Powerful Heat :41,000 BTU
Material: Steel
Overall Height: 7.25Ft
Heating Range:175 Sq/Ft (15′ Radius)
Size Of Burner Unit: Diameter 11″, Height 21”
Size Of Base :Diameter: 18.1″, Height 3.39”
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This thing is HUGE. I have been looking at these for over a year now. I have been wanting one for all our family gatherings and I kept going back to them, then this one came up on sale at the lowest price I had seen in a year so I jumped on it and ordered.

When it arrived I was thrilled, until I started to take it all out of the packaging. Once we started putting this together I realized this is WAY TO BIG for the area I had intended on using it. On my porch. Nope. Now we have it sitting in our front yard, by our picnic table. Kind of gives off a park feel, I do like that.

Once we actually got the outdoor patio heater all hooked it up to a standard size propane tank, like the kind we use on the grill, it took a bit to actually ignite. After checking the included instructions, we realized it said it could take up to 2 minutes for the fuel line to fully fill and make it to the igniter.

After what seems like two minutes, my husband started hitting the ignition button to get a spark. He could see the spark, but the unit still would not actually start. So he held the feed/prime button a little longer and tried again, after the 5th or 6th press, the spark ignited.

Slowly the heating section started to glow orange and as it ran, it started to heat up more and more. While it took a little while for the heat to actually radiate outwards, when it did, it did a great job. You could stand a good 4foot away from this patio heater and still feel the warmth.

Once we shut it down, it didn’t take any effort at all to get it to start back up. We left it a couple days and one evening decided to have a fire in the front yard. While it wasn’t that warm, we decided to turn the patio heater on also. This was perfect. Now I’m glad it didn’t fit under the porch and plan to purchase a shorter or smaller one for that area.

I really like this patio heater, but it is easily 7 foot tall and the very top round section that helps disperse the heat down and outward is at least 3 foot diameter.. This is HUGE. Keep that in mind if using for your home.

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2 comments

  1. Lynne B

    My cousin has one of these and they use it every fall during my niece’s birthday party. It puts out a lot of heat.

  2. ANN*H

    I seen these before I think but I never knew they run on propane. They would be nice for the deck or patio . thanks

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