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Real Flame 2122 Jr. Premium Gel Fuel 12-Pack

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great product
I LOVE LOVE LOVE these little jr cans of fuel perfect for me! The price was so good I almost went ahead and bought several cases it's that good but wanted to wait till I used the product to make sure it was what I was use to with the higher priced fuels and its better!!!! You have my business forever. Also it shipped to me in 3 days unlike waiting weeks for the other guy!!!!
The 2122 is the junior version of Real Flame's original gel fuel.  This fuel is environmentally friendly and doesn't leave any messy smoke, soot or ashes behind.  This case includes twelve 7 ounce bottles.  The Real Flame 2122 junior gel fuel is compatible with Real Flame personal fireplaces.  Each can burns up to 2 hours.
  • Model: 2122
  • UPC: 752370021221
  • Product Type: 12-Pack Jr Premium Gel Fuel
  • Product Dimensions: L: 3.50" x W: 3.50" x H: 4.00"
  • Product Weight: 15.00 lbs.
  • Product Color: White
  • Application: Crackles like a real fire and provides warmth and ambience indoors or out
  • Type: Fuel
  • Fuel Type: Made from isopropyl alcohol
  • Capacity: 7 ounces
  • Number of Gel Packs: 12
  • Additional Features: Each can burns up to 2 hours
  • Doesn't leave messy soot, smoke or ashes
  • Includes 12 cans in each case
  • Made from gelled isopropyl alcohol
  • Suitable for Real Flame personal fireplaces

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Why did you buy this item?
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I prefer 2 hrs for a fire and like smaller cans of gel
- Cynthia G. on 11-08-2014
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I prefer 2 hrs for a fire and like smaller cans of gel
- Cynthia G. on 11-08-2014