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AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish

AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish

AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
AZ Patio Heaters GS-F-PC Propane Fire Pit, 40,000 BTU, Square, Antique Bronze Finish
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Features

  • New and Improved Packaging to ensure safe and complete delivery
  • 38 square tabletop, 28 tall. 19 inch square lid, 17 inch square burn area
  • Integrated Piezo ignition; Must use fireglass of at least 3/4 inch diameter
  • Gas type: Propane, butane
  • Heat output: 40,000 BTU’s. Heating area-approx. 15 square feet

Description

The Hiland propane Antique Bronze fire pit blends in beautifully with your other wooden or wicker patio furniture. The solid steel construction is incredibly durable & a hammered bronze finish gives it a rustic look that suits outdoor living. A integrated piezo ignition gives way to a propane heater that emits to 41, 000 BTU of heat. Clear, chunky fire glass covers the burner & adds a touch of elegance. An easy access door located at the base allows you to conceal a 20 lb. Propane tank (not included). & for your added safety, This fire pit comes with a thermocouple flame failure device.


Product Dimensions 38 x 29 x 38 inches


Item Weight 105 pounds


Department Home


Manufacturer AZ Patio Heaters LLC


ASIN B008AL8OEU


Item model number GS-F-PC


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 932 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #43,220 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #34 in Outdoor Fire Tables


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


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Features

  • New and Improved Packaging to ensure safe and complete delivery
  • 38 square tabletop, 28 tall. 19 inch square lid, 17 inch square burn area
  • Integrated Piezo ignition; Must use fireglass of at least 3/4 inch diameter
  • Gas type: Propane, butane
  • Heat output: 40,000 BTU’s. Heating area-approx. 15 square feet

Description

The Hiland propane Antique Bronze fire pit blends in beautifully with your other wooden or wicker patio furniture. The solid steel construction is incredibly durable & a hammered bronze finish gives it a rustic look that suits outdoor living. A integrated piezo ignition gives way to a propane heater that emits to 41, 000 BTU of heat. Clear, chunky fire glass covers the burner & adds a touch of elegance. An easy access door located at the base allows you to conceal a 20 lb. Propane tank (not included). & for your added safety, This fire pit comes with a thermocouple flame failure device.


Product Dimensions 38 x 29 x 38 inches


Item Weight 105 pounds


Department Home


Manufacturer AZ Patio Heaters LLC


ASIN B008AL8OEU


Item model number GS-F-PC


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 932 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #43,220 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #34 in Outdoor Fire Tables


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • New and Improved Packaging to ensure safe and complete delivery
  • 38 square tabletop, 28 tall. 19 inch square lid, 17 inch square burn area
  • Integrated Piezo ignition; Must use fireglass of at least 3/4 inch diameter
  • Gas type: Propane, butane
  • Heat output: 40,000 BTU’s. Heating area-approx. 15 square feet

Description

The Hiland propane Antique Bronze fire pit blends in beautifully with your other wooden or wicker patio furniture. The solid steel construction is incredibly durable & a hammered bronze finish gives it a rustic look that suits outdoor living. A integrated piezo ignition gives way to a propane heater that emits to 41, 000 BTU of heat. Clear, chunky fire glass covers the burner & adds a touch of elegance. An easy access door located at the base allows you to conceal a 20 lb. Propane tank (not included). & for your added safety, This fire pit comes with a thermocouple flame failure device.


Product Dimensions 38 x 29 x 38 inches


Item Weight 105 pounds


Department Home


Manufacturer AZ Patio Heaters LLC


ASIN B008AL8OEU


Item model number GS-F-PC


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 932 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #43,220 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #34 in Outdoor Fire Tables


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


abunda_amazon_reviews Company must've read these reviews and stepped up their game bc I had absolutely ZERO problems with delivery integrity, instructions, tools/parts or start up on 1st click. 1. Yes it's heavy. As expected. #teamlift 2. Plenty of disclaimers about the powder coat finish. Buy a cover (for use when dry and NOT hot). 3. THX to the dude who posted the chicken wire net hack for the burner so I could add smaller glass. Bought a 2nd pack of reflective amber 1/4" and added it on top of the clear. Amazing look. Took 20min. UPDATE:: Called for 17" X 17" square of mesh. I opted to cut it in half down the center after 10" circle was cut out for burner ring. It fit in there snug as 2 separate pieces. Also rounded the 4 corners with the tin snips for better fit. But built-in base screws hold it tight! Genius. -Assembly took about 1hr. Worth it for the price, just think "IKEA". -If you have a socket set, grab it. If not, tools provided work fine. -Debated adding a clear coat of spray paint protectant before assembly. Will likely do that this weekend anyway. -Flame sizes (small-large) are brilliant. Starter and hardware are great. No issues there. -Top deck (metal) surprisingly stays cool to touch through operation, even on high flame. Which was surprising. I don't have kids, but I suppose this would be a plus. -A bit taller than expected but actually makes sense from a safety perspective as well. GET ONE (+cover +smaller reflective glass +1/4" chicken wire square mesh hack for burner carriage) and you'll be in patio heaven. Links::: Cover- https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00ESL4S0K/ref=ya_aw_od_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Glass- https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0149D8APK/ref=ya_aw_od_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Mesh mod instructable- https://www.amazon.com/review/reviews-lightbox//ref=cm_cr_arp_mb_img?ie=UTF8&asin=B008AL8OEU;;Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;5 Star from a DIY guy;;adam j. kleshinski;;;I don't write many lengthy reviews but I am going to write a few lines here to help those that come after me in purchasing this fire pit. First of all, I am giving this a five star rating because of the bang for the buck. When you get it all put together, this fire pit is substantial, it kicks off pretty decent heat and it looks very nice. That's a win in my book. Couple of setup tips to come but before that, I also highly recommend you purchase either some nice looking glass beads - the glass that comes with it is pretty lame as others have noted, or if you want more heat, purchase the lava rocks that Amazon recommends. Also, I strongly recommend you purchase the square Duck brand cover that Amazon also recommends. I bought the lava rocks and the cover and very happy I did. The Lava rocks generate heat after a while and the cover fits this thing perfectly. Now, installation tips: 1) It weighs a ton, you won't be able to move the box by yourself, but it's pretty well packaged so I just took the major pieces out of the box in my driveway and carried them to where I was going to set it up. Made it much easier. There aren't that many pieces, they are just big and really heavy as a whole. 2) this is for all the guys (like me) out there that think they've got it all figured out...READ THE INSTRUCTIONS AND FOLLOW THEM SLOWLY AND METHODICALLY STEP BY STEP! The instructions are very good but like most stuff from China, they rely on pictures and so-so English to get you through. If you follow them carefully though, it goes together exactly as they say. 3) Assemble at least the top on a flat surface, not on the grass in your backyard. You need a flat service to have the seams of the top come together evenly. 4) it's takes a while to assemble. If you're one of those that was good with those questions on standardized tests like "how will this weird shaped picture shown on this piece of paper look when it's all assembled?", then you may be able to knock this thing out pretty quickly but for me it took nearly three hours to assemble. It's not that it's hard to do, it's just that you have no idea how all the pieces are supposed to fit together so you really have to take your time to make sure you get it right the first time around. If you mess up putting the top together, the rest of the process will be problematic. Again, take your time and you should be fine. 5) Tools - The unit comes with bolts and those star head screws - lots of them. You need a power drill and a ratchet or it will take you a week to put the thing together. 6) Attaching the top to the base. The directions have you assemble the top piece first, then you assemble the base, then the top attaches to the base. Here's my tip, once you assemble the base, put it where you are going to ultimately leave the fully assembled fire pit and then attach the top to the base. Believe me, once you attach the top to the base the fully assembled unit is big and very heavy. 7) Lighting mechanism - the push button ignition. This is the one spot where they dropped the ball on the instructions. First, don't use the battery they provide, it's junk. Second, there are no instructions on how to install the battery for the ignition switch. After several tries I finally figured it out. It is actually very easy, you just unscrew the cap that has the red switch in it. That opens up a spot for the battery that you just slide in, screw the cap back on and it should be all set. Other people that have a gas grill with an ignition switch probably know that already but it was not intuitive for me and there are no instructions for this in the packaging. One final note for those that may be used to a wood burning fire pit. A gas fire pit is very convenient, looks nice, no muss no fuss. But, it will not kick off anywhere near the kind of heat you get from a wood fire pit. Also, the heat is contained to the top of the unit where the flame is. In other words, you don't get any heat down by your legs when you are sitting around a gas fire pit. So, if you are looking for convenience, ambience and a good place to make s'mores with the kids, gas fire pit is great. If you are looking for something to sit around on colder nights to keep everyone warm, then you need a wood burning fire pit. I hope this is helpful for others. All in all a good unit that we are enjoying.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2015;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great value for the price. Providing my 2 cents to help others with assembly;;Regular Joe

Shipping

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Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By adam j. kleshinski - Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2016
5 Star from a DIY guy
Company must've read these reviews and stepped up their game bc I had absolutely ZERO problems with delivery integrity, instructions, tools/parts or start up on 1st click. 1. Yes it's heavy. As expected. #teamlift 2. Plenty of disclaimers about the powder coat finish. Buy a cover (for use when dry and NOT hot). 3. THX to the dude who posted the chicken wire net hack for the burner so I could add smaller glass. Bought a 2nd pack of reflective amber 1/4" and added it on top of the clear. Amazing look. Took 20min. UPDATE:: Called for 17" X 17" square of mesh. I opted to cut it in half down the center after 10" circle was cut out for burner ring. It fit in there snug as 2 separate pieces. Also rounded the 4 corners with the tin snips for better fit. But built-in base screws hold it tight! Genius. -Assembly took about 1hr. Worth it for the price, just think "IKEA". -If you have a socket set, grab it. If not, tools provided work fine. -Debated adding a clear coat of spray paint protectant before assembly. Will likely do that this weekend anyway. -Flame sizes (small-large) are brilliant. Starter and hardware are great. No issues there. -Top deck (metal) surprisingly stays cool to touch through operation, even on high flame. Which was surprising. I don't have kids, but I suppose this would be a plus. -A bit taller than expected but actually makes sense from a safety perspective as well. GET ONE (+cover +smaller reflective glass +1/4" chicken wire square mesh hack for burner carriage) and you'll be in patio heaven. Links::: Cover- https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00ESL4S0K/ref=ya_aw_od_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Glass- https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0149D8APK/ref=ya_aw_od_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Mesh mod instructable- https://www.amazon.com/review/reviews-lightbox//ref=cm_cr_arp_mb_img?ie=UTF8&asin=B008AL8OEU

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Regular Joe - Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2015
Great value for the price. Providing my 2 cents to help others with assembly
I don't write many lengthy reviews but I am going to write a few lines here to help those that come after me in purchasing this fire pit. First of all, I am giving this a five star rating because of the bang for the buck. When you get it all put together, this fire pit is substantial, it kicks off pretty decent heat and it looks very nice. That's a win in my book. Couple of setup tips to come but before that, I also highly recommend you purchase either some nice looking glass beads - the glass that comes with it is pretty lame as others have noted, or if you want more heat, purchase the lava rocks that Amazon recommends. Also, I strongly recommend you purchase the square Duck brand cover that Amazon also recommends. I bought the lava rocks and the cover and very happy I did. The Lava rocks generate heat after a while and the cover fits this thing perfectly. Now, installation tips: 1) It weighs a ton, you won't be able to move the box by yourself, but it's pretty well packaged so I just took the major pieces out of the box in my driveway and carried them to where I was going to set it up. Made it much easier. There aren't that many pieces, they are just big and really heavy as a whole. 2) this is for all the guys (like me) out there that think they've got it all figured out...READ THE INSTRUCTIONS AND FOLLOW THEM SLOWLY AND METHODICALLY STEP BY STEP! The instructions are very good but like most stuff from China, they rely on pictures and so-so English to get you through. If you follow them carefully though, it goes together exactly as they say. 3) Assemble at least the top on a flat surface, not on the grass in your backyard. You need a flat service to have the seams of the top come together evenly. 4) it's takes a while to assemble. If you're one of those that was good with those questions on standardized tests like "how will this weird shaped picture shown on this piece of paper look when it's all assembled?", then you may be able to knock this thing out pretty quickly but for me it took nearly three hours to assemble. It's not that it's hard to do, it's just that you have no idea how all the pieces are supposed to fit together so you really have to take your time to make sure you get it right the first time around. If you mess up putting the top together, the rest of the process will be problematic. Again, take your time and you should be fine. 5) Tools - The unit comes with bolts and those star head screws - lots of them. You need a power drill and a ratchet or it will take you a week to put the thing together. 6) Attaching the top to the base. The directions have you assemble the top piece first, then you assemble the base, then the top attaches to the base. Here's my tip, once you assemble the base, put it where you are going to ultimately leave the fully assembled fire pit and then attach the top to the base. Believe me, once you attach the top to the base the fully assembled unit is big and very heavy. 7) Lighting mechanism - the push button ignition. This is the one spot where they dropped the ball on the instructions. First, don't use the battery they provide, it's junk. Second, there are no instructions on how to install the battery for the ignition switch. After several tries I finally figured it out. It is actually very easy, you just unscrew the cap that has the red switch in it. That opens up a spot for the battery that you just slide in, screw the cap back on and it should be all set. Other people that have a gas grill with an ignition switch probably know that already but it was not intuitive for me and there are no instructions for this in the packaging. One final note for those that may be used to a wood burning fire pit. A gas fire pit is very convenient, looks nice, no muss no fuss. But, it will not kick off anywhere near the kind of heat you get from a wood fire pit. Also, the heat is contained to the top of the unit where the flame is. In other words, you don't get any heat down by your legs when you are sitting around a gas fire pit. So, if you are looking for convenience, ambience and a good place to make s'mores with the kids, gas fire pit is great. If you are looking for something to sit around on colder nights to keep everyone warm, then you need a wood burning fire pit. I hope this is helpful for others. All in all a good unit that we are enjoying.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By adam j. kleshinski - Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2016
5 Star from a DIY guy
Company must've read these reviews and stepped up their game bc I had absolutely ZERO problems with delivery integrity, instructions, tools/parts or start up on 1st click. 1. Yes it's heavy. As expected. #teamlift 2. Plenty of disclaimers about the powder coat finish. Buy a cover (for use when dry and NOT hot). 3. THX to the dude who posted the chicken wire net hack for the burner so I could add smaller glass. Bought a 2nd pack of reflective amber 1/4" and added it on top of the clear. Amazing look. Took 20min. UPDATE:: Called for 17" X 17" square of mesh. I opted to cut it in half down the center after 10" circle was cut out for burner ring. It fit in there snug as 2 separate pieces. Also rounded the 4 corners with the tin snips for better fit. But built-in base screws hold it tight! Genius. -Assembly took about 1hr. Worth it for the price, just think "IKEA". -If you have a socket set, grab it. If not, tools provided work fine. -Debated adding a clear coat of spray paint protectant before assembly. Will likely do that this weekend anyway. -Flame sizes (small-large) are brilliant. Starter and hardware are great. No issues there. -Top deck (metal) surprisingly stays cool to touch through operation, even on high flame. Which was surprising. I don't have kids, but I suppose this would be a plus. -A bit taller than expected but actually makes sense from a safety perspective as well. GET ONE (+cover +smaller reflective glass +1/4" chicken wire square mesh hack for burner carriage) and you'll be in patio heaven. Links::: Cover- https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00ESL4S0K/ref=ya_aw_od_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Glass- https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0149D8APK/ref=ya_aw_od_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Mesh mod instructable- https://www.amazon.com/review/reviews-lightbox//ref=cm_cr_arp_mb_img?ie=UTF8&asin=B008AL8OEU

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Regular Joe - Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2015
Great value for the price. Providing my 2 cents to help others with assembly
I don't write many lengthy reviews but I am going to write a few lines here to help those that come after me in purchasing this fire pit. First of all, I am giving this a five star rating because of the bang for the buck. When you get it all put together, this fire pit is substantial, it kicks off pretty decent heat and it looks very nice. That's a win in my book. Couple of setup tips to come but before that, I also highly recommend you purchase either some nice looking glass beads - the glass that comes with it is pretty lame as others have noted, or if you want more heat, purchase the lava rocks that Amazon recommends. Also, I strongly recommend you purchase the square Duck brand cover that Amazon also recommends. I bought the lava rocks and the cover and very happy I did. The Lava rocks generate heat after a while and the cover fits this thing perfectly. Now, installation tips: 1) It weighs a ton, you won't be able to move the box by yourself, but it's pretty well packaged so I just took the major pieces out of the box in my driveway and carried them to where I was going to set it up. Made it much easier. There aren't that many pieces, they are just big and really heavy as a whole. 2) this is for all the guys (like me) out there that think they've got it all figured out...READ THE INSTRUCTIONS AND FOLLOW THEM SLOWLY AND METHODICALLY STEP BY STEP! The instructions are very good but like most stuff from China, they rely on pictures and so-so English to get you through. If you follow them carefully though, it goes together exactly as they say. 3) Assemble at least the top on a flat surface, not on the grass in your backyard. You need a flat service to have the seams of the top come together evenly. 4) it's takes a while to assemble. If you're one of those that was good with those questions on standardized tests like "how will this weird shaped picture shown on this piece of paper look when it's all assembled?", then you may be able to knock this thing out pretty quickly but for me it took nearly three hours to assemble. It's not that it's hard to do, it's just that you have no idea how all the pieces are supposed to fit together so you really have to take your time to make sure you get it right the first time around. If you mess up putting the top together, the rest of the process will be problematic. Again, take your time and you should be fine. 5) Tools - The unit comes with bolts and those star head screws - lots of them. You need a power drill and a ratchet or it will take you a week to put the thing together. 6) Attaching the top to the base. The directions have you assemble the top piece first, then you assemble the base, then the top attaches to the base. Here's my tip, once you assemble the base, put it where you are going to ultimately leave the fully assembled fire pit and then attach the top to the base. Believe me, once you attach the top to the base the fully assembled unit is big and very heavy. 7) Lighting mechanism - the push button ignition. This is the one spot where they dropped the ball on the instructions. First, don't use the battery they provide, it's junk. Second, there are no instructions on how to install the battery for the ignition switch. After several tries I finally figured it out. It is actually very easy, you just unscrew the cap that has the red switch in it. That opens up a spot for the battery that you just slide in, screw the cap back on and it should be all set. Other people that have a gas grill with an ignition switch probably know that already but it was not intuitive for me and there are no instructions for this in the packaging. One final note for those that may be used to a wood burning fire pit. A gas fire pit is very convenient, looks nice, no muss no fuss. But, it will not kick off anywhere near the kind of heat you get from a wood fire pit. Also, the heat is contained to the top of the unit where the flame is. In other words, you don't get any heat down by your legs when you are sitting around a gas fire pit. So, if you are looking for convenience, ambience and a good place to make s'mores with the kids, gas fire pit is great. If you are looking for something to sit around on colder nights to keep everyone warm, then you need a wood burning fire pit. I hope this is helpful for others. All in all a good unit that we are enjoying.