What is the real size of this item. One are shows 3 ft tall the dimensions show 4.4" tall
ITEM#: 15020293This tabletop patio heater emits a warm, radiant glow that illuminates any outdoor setting. This heater has a 3-foot heating radius and lasts up to eight hours on a single 1-pound propane tank.
- Only 3 feet tall
- 27,000 BTU
- Tempered glass tube
- Color options: Heritage bronze, stainless steel, hammered black
- Easy-start push-button ignition
- Adjustable flame level
- Up to 3 feet 360-degree heating radius
- Up to 8 hours on a 1-pound propane tank
- Safe to touch
- Safety shut-off valve
- Instruction manual included
- Requires two (2) type D batteries (Not included)
- Dimensions: 36 inches high x 11 inches wide x 11 inches deep
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Materials||202 Grade Steel/Aluminum/Steel/Boroscilicate Glass Tubing|
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Thanks for your interest, this is 3 Feet tallthe correct dimensions are: Dimensions: 34 inches H x 11 inches W x 11 inches.
Heater Buying Guide
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