Questions to consider when choosing Red Ember Longmont 50 x 38 in. Rectangle Gas Fire Pit
Crafted from robust aluminum Dimensions: 50L x 38W x 24H in. Provides 42,000 BTUs of output Includes clear fire glass Fuel type: propane
What is the advantage of this Red Ember Longmont 50 x 38 in. Rectangle Gas Fire Pit?
This propane gas fire pit is crafted from sturdy aluminum and allows you to keep the entire patio warm as well as provide table space for company. Its charcoal finish will nicely complement most decorating styles, and clear fire glass is included to enhance the look of the fire. It operates on a standard 20-lb. propane tank not included and outputs 42,000 BTUs for maximum warmth and a beautiful, full flame through the clear fire glass. The tank is tucked inside behind a hinged door. And it does double duty as an outdoor cocktail table as this beauty comes complete with a handy fire bowl lid.
Customer reviewsGreat fire table, especially at this price
Finally, a fire table with the features we wanted, that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. The propane tank goes under the table big plus , and it's made of aluminum, so it won't rust out like the cheaper steel stuff. Most of the fire tables we liked were 1,800 online, or 3,500 locally, so this one almost felt like a gamble it was so much cheaper. But like the previous reviews said it came quickly, the instructions were pretty bad, and the table is great. It puts out a little heat sideways, but most of it goes straight up as you'd imagine. It can't defy the laws of physics, after all. There is also a nice "lid" that goes over the fire pan to turn it into more of a coffee table, and that lid has a "popup" handle, the housing for which is a long pipe that sticks down into the glass beads. Coincidentally, there's also a nut that sticks *up* at that same location on the bottom of the fire pan, so you have to make a depression in the glass beads for that pipe to fit into, and there's this nut visibly sitting there which is kind of odd, but nobody notices when the fire is on. The pipe had come apart during shipping and the spring and "clicker" insert exactly like a click pen, only bigger had come out. I was lucky to find them in the packing materials before they got lost down between the deck boards. Everything went back together and works OK, but I might eventually just remove the silly pipe housing and "popup" handle and use the hole to pick up the table insert.