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Outland Firebowl Mega Propane Fire Pit
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- 58,000 BTU propane fire bowl provides a clean and smokeless flame which rivals a natural campfire.
- CSA approved fire bowl ensures consumer satisfaction and safety of use, certified fire pit is safe to use during most campfire bans.
- Includes durable weather resistant cover, pre-attached 10 ft. hose with regulator, propane tank stabilizer ring, and decorative rock set. NEW CSA approved Natural Gas Conversion Kit 780 and Outland Mega Carry Bag 761 now available separately!
- 24" diameter results in a 75% larger surface area compared to the standard Outland Firebowl.
- Features stainless steel burner & fasteners, chrome knob with rubber comfort-grip, and steel construction with high temperature powder coating and protective enamel finish for long lasting durability.
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|Item Dimensions||13 x 24 x 24 inches|
|Item Weight||34 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||883|
|Shipping Weight||41.4 pounds|
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|Item Dimensions||24 x 24 x 13 in||18.5 x 18.5 x 12 in||18.5 x 18.5 x 10.5 in||19.25 x 19.25 x 11.5 in||21 x 21 x 9.25 in||19 x 19 x 11 in|
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Perfect for outdoor recreation, the Outland Firebowl Mega adds ambiance to any outdoor activity and offers the easy alternative to traditional labour intensive campfires. This certified fire pit is safe to use during most campfire bans, you can bring the warmth and experience of a cozy campfire with you anywhere outdoors. Our 58,000 BTU fire bowls are constructed from high quality steel with a protective powder coating and enamel finish for long lasting durability. Features of the Outland Firebowl Mega include stainless steel burner & fasteners, chrome knob with rubber comfort-grip, and a 1 year Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty on all products. Outland Living is committed to consumer safety and satisfaction; all of our propane fire pits are CSA approved. Selecting a fire pit with an accredited certification ensures not only your safety has been considered but also the design and manufacturing standards have been approved through independent expert testing. In most instances burning a propane fire pit without CSA or UL certification during a burn ban is prohibited. Sit back and relax knowing that your Outland Firebowl Mega accurately performs at the 58,000 BTU output advertised while exceeding safety standards. The Outland Firebowl Mega uses a standard 20 lb (5 gallon) propane tank (not included) and burns clean and smokeless, giving off enough heat to enjoy with family and friends anywhere outdoors. NEW CSA approved Natural Gas Conversion Kit 780 and Outland Mega Carry Bag 761 now available separately!
Top customer reviews
This firepit works very well and puts out a lot of heat. The key to getting maximum heat is to make sure that you scatter the small rocks at the very bottom of the bowl. When you start laying the large rocks, do not set them too close to the gas ring. You don’t want to obstruct the holes at all. This will allow the flames to cascade around the larger rocks creating a high flame of 4 - 10 inches. If you let the rocks get too close to the holes the flames won’t be as high. The key is to create a circular tunnel of large rocks over the fire ring.
Another bonus is the plastic cover that comes with it. The instructions say to keep it out of the rain and to put it away during rainy weather. Well, I’m too lazy to lug it into the garage every time it rains. When I put the cover on it I was surprised that it covered the whole thing, even the flame-shaped holes on the side. You definitely don’t need to move it inside when it’s raining once the cover is protecting it.
I wasn’t keen on the aesthetics of a 20 lb. propane tank sitting out in the open so I also got this deck box to store it in. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00013BUW8/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I had to cut out a circle in the bottom so that the tank would fit since the tank is too tall. Now I have a nice looking storage box to house the tank and also to serve as a nice side table. There’s enough room inside to store the firepit cover, a cushion or two, or whatever. There’s a small gap between the bottom and the patio for the hose to fit into so that the hose threads up through the bottom, which you have cut out, and into the tank.
Overall, an awesome fire pit. I used it on Thanksgiving night for several hours and didn’t see the gauge on my tank move very much.
Update 9/2/15: Still loving this fire pit. I replaced the light weight l lava rocks with regular red lava rocks from my local rock/masonry supplier. Very cheap way to go and the rocks will last forever unlike the ones that are supplied. I'm also adding a picture of the Rubbermaid Brute 44 gallon trash can lid which I use to provide a solid rain cover. It costs only $16 right now for the black one. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B005KD0U16/ref=mobile_oh_details_?ie=UTF8&psc=1#