PrimeGlo PrimeGlo HLDS01 CBT Tall Outdoor Patio Heater with Table Hammered Silver P2387009 PrimeGlo HLDS01 CBT Tall Outdoor Patio Heater with Table Hammered Silver 2387009 78.76lbs 19.00 19.00 36.00
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PrimeGlo HLDS01-CBT Tall Outdoor Patio Heater with Table- Hammered Silver

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Manufacturer Part Number: HLDS01-CBT

87" Tall Hammered Silver Outdoor Patio Heater.

  • Access Door Design.
  • 41,000 BTU's, Variable Control.
  • Adjustable Table.
  • Wheels for Easy Mobility.
  • Thermocouple and Anti-tilt Safety Devices.
  • Burner Cover and Regulator Included.
  • CSA Approved.
  • Uses a 20lb Propane Tank (Lasts 8-10hrs. on High)
  • Propane Tank Not Included.

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Date Added: Sunday 20 April, 2014
I like this heater so much that I have now bought three. They are fairly easy to assemble, easy to light and provides excellent heating for 6 or 7 hours on a tank(sometimes longer depending on your heat setting). It also has a little table to set drinks on. Hard to beat for the price.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Monday 17 February, 2014
Works great for taking a little chill off. The instructions are complete and even though I kept thinking that I was missing enough hardware to complete the assembly it had everything. Once assembled, it leaned a little bit but, putting a couple of washers under the stand pipe bolts straightened it up. Without the tank in it, it's pretty light weight and easy to move around. The wheels are a little small and it can be a little tippy while moving.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Thursday 06 February, 2014
Happy I bought it, but the instructions for assembly need improvement. I bought 2. The first took an hour and a half to assemble. The second less than half an hour. The poor instructions wasted an hour of my time.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Saturday 25 January, 2014
This patio heater was easy to assemble, came well protected in the box, and looks great. My only gripes are that it can be a bit hard to start (especially the first time), and that the hinges and closure on the door are of poor quality unlike the rest of the unit. Would buy again, but might put my own hinges and clasp on.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Friday 03 January, 2014
Easy to assemble . Easy to start. Lots of heat. Very stable and safe to use. Would recommend to my neighbor.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Thursday 19 December, 2013
Since getting this and winter has come, you can get slightly better deals. But this is a solid heater that works well.Heat Output:It won't keep you too warm in sub 40 degree weather unless you stand right under it, but for sub 50 it works great for a larger (sitting) area.Assembly & Ballast:Ours came mostly assembled so it was a cinch to put the rest together (about 20 minutes). The longest part of assembly was peeling off the protective blue plastic sheets. The drink stand has turned out to be oft used but because I don't trust the adjustable slide i leave it all the way down so I can trust putting glasses and plates on it without mishap. I did not bother putting in sand or whatnot into the base as the tank and the unit seem pretty heavy as is. Unless on a slope or in extremely heavy winds or you rugby-tackle it or climb it, it is very unlikely to fall over. Ballast sand might only help a bit more for the case of a small child climbing it.... maybe. Teach your small children to not climb patio heaters (good parenting tip).Finish:I chose this hammered finish look because I felt it would hold up best and look best for outdoor use vs. shiny steel or smooth finish. Should also be easier to touch up with hammered rustoleum if ever needed. It definitely does not show fingerprints like steel finish would and matches well our oiled-bronze/grey/brown patio environment .Noise:The noise level is great. Except on the highest setting, the sound of the gas is barely noticeable. And on high, it is not loud enough to be a distraction to casual conversation under the unit.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
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