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7' Mainstays 48,000 BTU Patio Heater (Mocha) EXPIRED

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Walmart has 7' Mainstays 48,000 BTU Patio Heater (Mocha) for $79. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Heats up to 100 sq. ft.
  • Requires 1 propane tank (not included)
  • Measures 30" x 30" x 85" H
  • Weighs 36 lbs.
  • Crafted in sturdy steel with a stylish mocha finish
  • Easy to assemble with the included instructions
  • Color: brown
  • Provides up to 48,000 BTUs of warmth
  • Designed with 2 base wheels to allow the heater to be moved easily
  • Includes safety strap for securing the heater in place
  • Creates an attractive area for family friends, neighbors and more to gather on patios, decks, porches, and other areas

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    • 1-year limited warranty
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Walmart [walmart.com] has Mainstays Large Outdoor Patio Heater (Tall Mocha) for $79. Shipping is free.
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I have this.... it works alright and is pretty light. If you ever take the tank out it can't be upright in any wind, also the top cap is super flimsy and bends, in fact all the metal is very thin and subject to bending.
Steel one is for $20 more… looks much better…

https://www.walmart.com/ip/546680795

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Might also be 48,000 btu, item page has some conflicting info
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Quote from daisybeetle :
Might also be 48,000 btu, item page has some conflicting info
should be 48000 but as that's usually what they all are
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Are these any good in a windy area? It gets gusty in the sf Bay Area quite often.
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Does anyone know if this has to be lit with a match or is it strictly on / off? I am a complete clutz and I don't mess with propane tanks because I know I'll blow my hand off or worse. But if this is as simple as adding a tank and hitting an on and off switch, I'm game for one of two. But not if striking a match or using a lighter is involved.
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Does anyone know if this has to be lit with a match or is it strictly on / off? I am a complete clutz and I don't mess with propane tanks because I know I'll blow my hand off or worse. But if this is as simple as adding a tank and hitting an on and off switch, I'm game for one of two. But not if striking a match or using a lighter is involved.
Looks the same as what I've used before - red button(battery / piezo?) to ignite a pilot
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I have this.... it works alright and is pretty light. If you ever take the tank out it can't be upright in any wind, also the top cap is super flimsy and bends, in fact all the metal is very thin and subject to bending.
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I have this.... it works alright and is pretty light. If you ever take the tank out it can't be upright in any wind, also the top cap is super flimsy and bends, in fact all the metal is very thin and subject to bending.
Doesn't it have a sand or water tank in the bottom ?
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Can this be used under a covered patio?
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Are these any good in a windy area? It gets gusty in the sf Bay Area quite often.
Nah it's too top heavy and will blow over in heavy winds I would imagine
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Dang, these things are getting cheap. Make me wonder if this was delayed shipment from the crunch and now that they are finally here, pandemic is over and people have stopped buying these.
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Dang, these things are getting cheap. Make me wonder if this was delayed shipment from the crunch and now that they are finally here, pandemic is over and people have stopped buying these.
yup these are pre pandemic prices
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Any difference in quality between any of these heaters that all look the same? Would like to get 2 but I don't mind paying a little more for something that will last longer... Just have no idea how to compare one to the next.
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Steel one is for $20 more… looks much better…

https://www.walmart.com/ip/546680795
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