Fire Sense Rectangle Pagoda Patio Fireplace

Fire Sense Rectangle Pagoda Patio Fireplace
Price: $59.99
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**Item: **Fire Sense Rectangle Pagoda Patio Fireplace
Price: $59.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Condition: New
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Single reviews from Amazon

Did he actually say “charcoal”, and “indoor heating needs” during this presentation? Thanks, Hamp.

This appears to be the same item on Amazon, with more reviews. Sounds like you should buy some rustoleum high heat paint with this.

Yeah, but I think Hamp was just a bit fatigued. He was trying to make the point that Fire Sense has lots of different products to meet various needs, including indoor/outdoor heaters (not this patio fire pit contraption) that can meet indoor heating needs.

I have the same problem with this. I made the fire small like the picture and after one use it rusted and looked terrible. If you buy one make sure you do paint it with automotive heat paint that way it stays nice a lot longer than one use. Wish the manufacturer would have treated it.

Abe Vigoda

According to one of the photos, Can you really have these placed on a wood deck with a fire going? Not very good “Fire Sense”…just saying

If you watch, near the end of winter stores will close out on ‘Wood Stove’ paint intended as labelled, which is perfect for this and usually no more than a buck or so per can. It always outlasts the auto version for me, and there’s only black- no colour confusion!

yeah dude seemed just a little confused as to what he’s selling.

I’m glad Mr Hamp Tanner isn’t trying to sell ice to Eskimos, because he sure didn’t sell me on his Fire Sense Rectangle… Fireplace Pagoda.

I think he was talking about other products, they have, when he mentioned indoor heating. At least I hope so.
As for mentioning charcoal, I really don’t think he knows his own product; I mean, he’s only the president of the company.

at the very least he needs a script. and some lessons in speaking coherent sentences into a camera.

I bought this years ago - what a waste of money. It rusted the first season and was an eye sore I dumped soon after.

For this price, I don’t mind buying the high heat paint, but as someone else asked, can I put this on my wood deck without ruining the deck boards?

Likely no. However, if you added a fire rug and / or some cheap paving stones (which can be had for great deals if you check the surplus builder stores as you don’t need many at all) you’d decrease the likelyhood of mucking with the deck boards.

Received my fireplace. They have very specific pieces that all need to be in specific places. Well, there was one missing wall piece and double of another, which meant I had to hack the S#!t out of it to get it to work. I wasn’t about to put all this back in the box and ship it back because some guy forgot to put the right pieces in there. So, all in all, I am not happy with my Woot purchase this time.