PrimeGlo PrimeGlo HLDS01 GTSS Tall Quartz Glass Tube Heater Stainless Steel P2387023 PrimeGlo HLDS01 GTSS Tall Quartz Glass Tube Heater Stainless Steel 2387023 200.91lbs 22.00 22.00 40.00
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PrimeGlo HLDS01-GTSS Tall Quartz Glass Tube Heater-Stainless Steel

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Manufacturer Part Number: HLDS01-GTSS

91" Tall Radiant Heat Glass Tube Outdoor Patio Heater.

  • Access Door Design.
  • Quartz Glass Tube.
  • 40,000 BTU's, Variable Control.
  • Wheels for Easy Mobility.
  • Thermocouple and Anti-tilt Safety Devices.
  • Regulator Included.
  • CSA Approved.
  • Uses a 20lb Propane Tank (Lasts 8-10hrs. on High)
  • Propane Tank Not Included.

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Date Added: Monday 10 February, 2014
First you need to know that these glass tube heaters dont put out as much heat as the traditional style heater. It is just the nature of their design. I have sat under many on patios and restaurants so I knew this going in. It arrived quickly, was easy to put together and didn't have any damage during shipment. It looks great and was east to use as well.It puts out a nice little wave of heat after it has warmed up and you arent more then 5 feet away from it. It really does look fantastic and I get compliments on it all the time. You do need to be careful moving it around, especially if the LP tank is in it as it is sturdy but not sturdy enough to toss around.For this price I would buy again.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Tuesday 21 May, 2013
My unit arrived damaged. The burner assembly has four brackets that are spot welded to the stainless plate. Three of the brackets were broken off and the burner was bent. I used a cobalt bit to drill out where the brackets attach and riveted it back together.Assembly was straight forward.Price was right!In summary it works well and is a hit at parties.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Monday 13 May, 2013
Saw this style of heater out west last year and really liked it. Finaly bought one and am impressed. Works good seems well constructed. #20 propane lasts about 10 hours.However, the instructions on assembly were somewhat vague on how some parts went together. I persevered and conquered it. One recomendation, take the stainless panels off (they unscrew) and peel the backing off the steel that way, it's overly difficult to do it when it is all assembled.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Sunday 31 March, 2013
I would have given this probably 3.5 stars. but there isn't a half star.When I received these, I thought maybe they were partially assembled, NOT.I comes in a box that is roughly 6' L x 3' W x 6" H.Everything is in pieces except for the burner which i believe they want you to disassemble later. (yes disassemble)The product is packed up ok. Lots of boxes, bags, foam etc, although one of my (kits) were a little jumbled up but ok.So not getting into all of the assembly details, there were a couple of things to look out for, not necessarily look out for but be aware of. First and probably the most important, all edges of the stainless steel is very sharp. Nothing is de-burred. It is all stamped and thus can cut flesh!Second, most of the metal is covered with a protective film that is somewhat hard to remove, at least time consuming and annoying!I hope you're not in a hurry cause this thing will take several hours to build.Also watch the orientation of the bottom base and mid burner section, as there is a front to both.I found the included stubby screwdriver not to fit the screw head, so I ground the tip a little, which helped a lot.Some of the screw holes did not line up on one unit, so I had to file out the holes and also some threads did not fit correctly, lucky I had a M5 tap and chased several threads.Did I mention that all of the edges were sharp?Some screws are very hard to get too, and this is why I think they want you to disassemble the burner, but I just put the frame together first before putting in the 3 main supports, lower, mid (burner) and top.Once you put together one, the next goes a lot faster, assuming you are going to do more than one.I didn't cut any knuckles or palms on the second one, and figured out some shortcuts too.It seems that they (China) forgot to put some clips for the bottle strap inside, although there is a rubber ring on the bottom plate that doesn't seem to have a purpose except to guard the sharp edges on the hole and that the strap is suppose to go through the hole, but there is no rubber on the other hole where the strap comes back up through?I put some edge protectors on it. You can use a small rubber hose that is split.Now everything is screwed together and bottle installed. Poof, it works.BTW, i wiped all of the finger prints off, as they will leave marks in time with the heat.Also something I noticed after installing the roller wheels. The bolts are tooooo long. The ends hit the hard rubber wheels and they will not roll, so I just used several washers under the head to space it away.Now I get to put it through the heat test this weekend for a funeral! We'll see how it holds up.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Saturday 23 February, 2013
Bought this at Costco for $200. My wife and I slowly assembled it in about 90 minutes. A lot of that time was spent unpacking it in an organized manner and removing the protective covering on it. It assembles pretty easy- but the instuctions are junk.Once assembled- it looks nice. It looks REALLY nice when in use, and is a pretty decent showpiece for your yard. But moving it is not a lot of fun, and the manual says to not let it get wet. So we will be moving it a lot or trying to find a cover for it.The heat output- so far it's not so great. I haven't left it on for longer than a few minutes- so I'm hoping it tosses out more heat than I think it's going to. But traditional dome heaters seem to warm up much faster. So if your primary reason is for outdoor heating- I'm thinking you might be better off with a different heater.But again... it looks great.Edit- so now that I've had a chance to use this outside when it's not freezing weather, I realize that its heat output is better than I'd originally thought. Not great, but good. My neighbors love it.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Monday 14 January, 2013
This patio heater is a nice unit, which operates well, and was easy to put together. All parts were there and instructions are clear and easy to understand. A good value as I've seen similar units at considerably higher prices.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
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