What kind of Christopher Knight Home Elizabeth Outdoor 32″ Circular Light Weight Concrete Fire Pit do you need?
GAS BURNING: This fire pit burns on standard propane gas, just like your gas BBQ grill set. You can even use the same 15lb or 20lb gas tank. The no-hassle cleanup of gas burning fire pits and BBQ s allows for you to enjoy your fire pit without having to worry about the ash from the wood. TANK SPACE INCLUDED: This fire pit comes with a built-in space for your propane gas tank. You can enjoy your fire pit without having to worry about running a hose to the tank or tripping over the exposed tank. LAVA ROCKS INCLUDED: This fire pit comes with safe to burn lava rocks for a complete stylish look. You can also use fire pit glass instead, though it is sold separately. ONE YEAR WARRANTY: With a one year warranty, you can enjoy your fire pit all summer long knowing you are covered till next summer season. NO ASSEMBLY REQUIRED: No assembly is required for this fire pit. Simply lay out the rocks around the burner so as not to cover it, and then plug in your standard size gas tank and enjoy your fire pit.
Is this what you need when you buy Christopher Knight Home Elizabeth Outdoor 32″ Circular Light Weight Concrete Fire Pit?
This fire pit is the perfect addition to your backyard patio area. Featuring a gas burning pit with included lava rocks, this fire pit is designed to complement any type of d cor. The included lava rocks give this pit a more natural look, and the circular design makes it the perfect addition to a chat set or conversation set. With included space for the tank holder built in, this fire pit is ready to go, as is, with no additional steps of assembly. Simply plug in your propane tank and enjoy the warmth of the fire.
Customer reviewsGood heat output
This is a nice little unit. Looks good, doesn't take up a lot of space and put out good amount of heat. I do have one concern - the latch that holds the door to the propane tank storage area looks, in my opinion to be a little weak. It's just a little metal tab that you have to force up against a screw head in order to hold it closed. I'm suspicious that at some point the tab or the screw head is going to snap off and I'll have to figure a way to fix it.