Functional Lighting With Retro Appeal
Metal Smudge Pots with Snuffers are modeled on the lamps once used as warning lights for road construction. Thick clouds of dark smoke fights to keep mosquitoes away. Metal construction with snuffer. Uses paraffin or citronella torch oil. Weighted bottom for stability. Replacement Wicks sold in Sets of 3.
Burns paraffin or citronella torch oil to keep mosquitoes away
Metal construction with snuffer
Weighted bottom for stability
Available Colors Black Copper Green Red Silver Size Pots, 7-3/4" globe, 8" dia. x 8"H Wicks, 6"L Buy 3 or more at $21.95 each
(based on 13 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Most Liked Positive Review
The smudge pot is quite large. I bought the copper pot. It has started to rust a little. (obviously not real copper) It is easy to fill. There is a heavy weight ...Read complete review
The smudge pot is quite large. I bought the copper pot. It has started to rust a little. (obviously not real copper) It is easy to fill. There is a heavy weight in the bottom to keep it stable. Works great on windy days. Looks great along the walk or on a stone wall. Bigger than I expected, but it's great because the citronella does not need to be refilled constantly. I recommend this and will most likely get another. I thought is was a little expensive, but had a coupon.
Most Liked Negative Review
Let there be light
We live in the country (woods), and we use them on our porches, front and back, and anywhere we don't want bugs. Also use them as candles at Christmas, since they give...Read complete review
We live in the country (woods), and we use them on our porches, front and back, and anywhere we don't want bugs. Also use them as candles at Christmas, since they give off lots of light. They are real roomy too, and we don't usually have to fill them more than once a season. Wicks seem to last forever too. Have never had to replace one.
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excellent look and function
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Comments about Plowhearth Smudge Pots:
I use it for illumination on a flagstone walkway to my grill. I love it. The low level highlights my decorative rock.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Amazing. Absolutely amazing.
By KA the brain
from Omaha NE
We bought these back in the 80's and we still use them today. We have had to only change the wick once. They have traveled with us across the country and they are still going strong. They do live up to the name of Smudge Pot though, so be prepared for some dirty hands.
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Can't leave them outside
from Northern Virginia
I primarily use the Smudge Pot in my little red wagon and pull it around with me as I do yard/garden work on high biting bug days/evenings. Also use on my patio. The (black)snuffer chain rusted almost overnight, so I usually bring the pot(s) in to the porch when I have extinguished them; I store them (empty) indoors over the winter. Other than that I love them and would recommend them with that qualifier. Going to purchase a few more. Very nice that they don't get too hot to handle shortly after putting out.
from Auburn University
About Me High-end Shopper
We use them on our deck..works great..keeps the bugs away as well
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
I enjoy using them
from Baltimore MD
The chain will rust as well as the bot itself. Needs some improvement!!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
If you don't mind the RUST buy this pot!
By Golfers Wife
from Shelby, North Carolina
The appearance of the smudge pot after a few short months is very disappointing. Rust has already taken over the outside of the pot where it is put together along with the chain that attaches the cap. Great for outdoors but lacks the quality you want to have in a product that cost this much.
from Lawton, OK
As an aid in repelling mosquitos on our patio
By Rooster Horse
from Rincon, Georgia
We have eight of these around the pool. The new top design that holds the wick is a great improvement over the older ones I have. Some of them are at least 12 years old.
from Opdyke, Il.
By Alex F
from Madison, VA
This lamp is very classy looking and is a nice accent piece. Almost every person who has seen ours on our porch has asked about it.
Nice but needs improvements
These pots illuminate nicely, and are attractive, at first. However, after only a few weeks outside, the finish on the copper pots is already showing signs of rust, and the chains that attach the snuffer caps to the pot are very rusted. I expected better durability.
Smudge Pot Really Adds A Nice Touch
from New Orleans, LA
The smudge pots are a great addition to an outdoor space. Great light and a nice way to keep the mosquitoes away. Open flame so keeping them in a low traffic area is a must.