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Portable Outdoor Propane Tabletop Heater
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Portable Outdoor Propane Tabletop Heater

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Portable Outdoor Propane Tabletop Heater
$29.95 - $129.95
Extend the outdoor season with the Portable Outdoor Propane Tabletop Heater. Resembling designer lighting in a warm bronze gold or sleek stainless steel finish, this compact, easy-to-move heater adds an inviting glow and coordinates beautifully with your outdoor décor. Produces 11,000 BTUs of heat and lasts for hours on a 1-pound propane tank (not included).

Protect your outdoor tabletop heater with our Heavy-Duty Tabletop Patio Heater Cover (#13274, sold separately). Designed to fit smaller, tabletop propane heaters, it's made of ultra-durable, waterproof 600D fabric so rain, dust, dirt, grime and snow aren't a problem. Assorted colors.

• Portable Outdoor Propane Tabletop Heater
• Steel construction in two finishes
• 11K BTUs with variable control
• Heating diameter of approx. 5 feet
• Weighted plate for stability
• Cover and screen guard included

Available Colors
Bronze Gold
Stainless Steel

37"H x 22" Dia.

Allow 1 - 2 weeks for delivery.
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By Bob
Heater was easy to assemble
Comments about Product:
I am very happy with my outdoor tabletop heater, have used it several times already. It took me about 25 minutes to assemble the heater. The price was not bad either.
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