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Fire Sense 62218 Frisco Stainless Steel Halogen Patio Heater

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Availability: Discontinued
Our Price: $189.99
  • Can be safely used both indoors and outdoors
  • Protective aluminum reflector
  • Stainless steel and aluminum construction


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Fire Sense 62218 Frisco Stainless Steel Halogen Patio Heater

This halogen patio heater operates on a regular household current and is much more cost-efficient than propane patio heaters. Fully functional inside or out (although we recommend primarily utilizing the heater in a sheltered outside location) while using a tenth of the energy as a gas heater, and with a wide variety of features. The heater offers 100% heat production of 1500 watts within seconds, so you can enjoy your patio in all seasons. This stainless steel heater features an aluminum weighted base to add stability, as well as a tip over protection system. It comes with a 13-foot non-retractable cord and requires a dedicated line to function. It also produces zero harmful emissions or toxic residuals, does not wastefully heat the air and operates silently without harmful UV rays.

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  • Model: 62218
  • UPC: 690730622186
  • Product Type: Frisco Stainless Steel Halogen Patio Heater
  • Product Dimensions: L: 20.00" x W: 16.00" x H: 81.00"
  • Product Weight: 22.00 lbs.
  • Watts: 1500 watts
  • Style: Free-standing
  • Construction: Stainless steel
  • Suitable for Commercial Use: No
  • Safety Features: Automatic shut off valve
  • About 1/10 the energy costs of LPG heaters
  • Aluminum weighted base
  • Auto shut off in case of tipping over
  • No wasteful heating of the air
  • Reaches 100% heat production in just seconds
  • Uses standard household current with no harmful emissions

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