This Portable Patio heater offers durable, stainless steel construction and finish that will enhance any outdoor decor with sleek, modern style.
- Style: Tabletop
- Brand Name: Living Accents
- Housing Material: Stainless Steel
- Power or Fuel Type: Propane
- Product Type: Patio Heater
- Packaging Type: Boxed
- Cover Included: No
- Width: 20 in.
- Screen Included: Yes
- Depth: 20 in.
- Electronic Ignition: Yes
- Height: 32.6 in.
- Stainless steel pole and base
- Portable: Yes
- Push and turn ignition
- Easy open side door, stainless steel emitter and protective screen shield
- Efficient burner system with flame failure device and anti-tilt switch
- Stainless steel finish tank compartment suitable for 1 lb. portable gas cylinder (sold separately)
- CSA certified
- BTUs: 10000 BTU
- Color: Silver
Great product. Easy to assemble and gives off great heat. I bought a 20 lb. propane tank steel box and 4 ft type 1 hose for the propane. Drilled a a hole in the box to feed the hose straight up through the bottom of the lantern. So easy to do… and I’m 40 yr old woman!
It’s a nice little heater. I do mean little though. I would love to have a larger version of this type of heater for our back patio, but we (thankfully) have a roof for the patio. Roof is only about 7′ tall, which is a no go for a big heater. A smaller version, like this, will have to do. And it does. It sits on a table top, of course, and you really need to be right beside the table to stay warm on a cool night. For that, it does the trick. It’s nice down to about 50 degree weather (right next to it). Below that, and you really want a higher output heater. This heater works well and does what it should for an 11K BTU heater, but understand what you’re getting. We actually have other higher BTU heater when it gets really cold, but this one serves it’s purpose.Assembly wasn’t too bad. The base weight is a bit of a pain, but just turn the whole thing upside down to attach. And if you plan on using it regularly or for more than a few hours at a time, get an adapter so that you can attach it to a 15-20 propane tank. They’re cheap and well worth it for this heater. The 1 lb tanks don’t last long.
Works great. This table top patio heater was easy to put together and the pilot light ignites on the first or second click of the igniter every time. A person has to understand that this heater is only 11,000 BTUs, so you must be fairly close to it to stay warm. I for one, placed it on a small table between two patio chairs about 24″ from each chair. It keeps us warm at outside temps down to the low 50’s when there is no wind. Any colder than that, or if it’s windy, I have no desire to sit outside anyway. I also run the heater off a 20 lb tank and a adapter hose. The 1 lb bottles would last less than 2 hours on high. The only complaint I have is that there is no cutout in the base for the adapter hose as the pictures show. But it looks great and performs well.