Fire Sense Telescoping Infrared Indoor/Outdoor Heater with Offset Pole, Stainless Steel

December 19, 2018 - Comment
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Our patent pending heavy duty Stainless Steel Offset Infrared Patio Heater introduces a new revolution in outdoor heating. Operating at 90% heating efficiency, this infrared patio heater runs on regular household electric current and is sustantially less expensive to operate than propane patio heaters. This adaptable unit can be used indoors and outdoors and has wheels for easy mobility.

Product Features

  • 1500-watt infrared heat source with glass cover on mounted on offset pole
  • Casts 9-foot blanket of heat thats not affected by wind
  • Operation costs about 1/10th that of propane heaters; 5000-hour lamp life
  • Measures 33 by 22 by 87 inches; weighs 55 pounds for optimal stability. Head Unit- 22 L inch, 7 W inch, 5 D inch
  • Weatherproof aluminum extruded body


Anonymous says:

Big hit on my patio I assembled this yesterday and used it for a BBQ on my patio. I looked at a bunch online before choosing this one. This process was pretty confusing because as it turns out, Fire Sense is the same as Mojave Sun and they’re all brands of Well Traveled Living, so what you think are a lot of options turn out not to really be the case. There are widely varying prices at various retailers, but since many seem to be the same product, I bought it off Amazon for substantially less.My…

Anonymous says:

The best of the non-propane and I hate the hassle of dealing with propane tanks I would give 5 stars and it’s probably deserving as it works extraordinarily well especially if you are heating an area when it’s not too cold. It covers a space far wider than described and it spreads the heat avengingly. This is my 2nd round with this product. Be sure to cover it during the off-season. The only negative, though for some it could be a positive, is it casts an orange glow like a bright light (not too bright) but everyone looks like they are staring into the campfire. I…

Anonymous says:

No, no, no. Not even in Southern California. We live in Southern California & wanted a patio heater so we could be warm on a cool evening. We aren’t trying to fight off a winter chill – just to have a drink on a cool spring evening. This this is a piece of garbage. Assembly was not simple and we needed to by new screws. Once assembled, the heater was a disappointment. We couldn’t get the thing to actually hit us where it needed to. We ideally wanted to sit in chairs and have the heat warm us. We couldn’t get this done without bringing the…

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