Fire Sense Rectangle Pagoda Patio Fireplace

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Fire Sense Rectangle Pagoda Patio Fireplace
Price: $59.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
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Fire Sense Rectangle Pagoda Patio Fireplace
Price: $59.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Condition: New

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In the video above the man says that there is an ash tray under the grate, but he didn’t mention how you get it out. Does anyone know how this is accomplished?

per Home Depot instruction manual, it is under grate and has handle to lift out - not such good reviews either

I was about to buy one of these, then I watched that video and fell asleep! Sometimes the president of a company should know when to delegate the video making to someone else!! =P

Based purely on the design this seems like it would be a complete PITA to use.

I love that the image shows, like, a single giant piece of oak or something in it, on fire. Yeah - good luck with getting that to happen.

I had one of these that we bought from a local household goods store quite few years ago. I think we paid $99 for it at the time. It survived a lot of abuse and at least 5 or 6 New England winters outdoors and I thought it was a good deal.

As for the original question about the ash bin…The bottom grate lifts out and then the tray can just be lifted out by the handles and emptied.

Our experience with this product was pretty good. Also, I just checked the price of this item at Home Depot and it is $169 there.

I bought one and then glad I saw your posting. I checked a few websites where the reviews vary from poor to great. More on the good side than on the bad side. The other places I checked, you can add $100 onto the cost. I think it’s a good deal. I guess the proof will be in the pudding next Spring, Summer and Fall when we intend on entertaining more. Thanks for your imput!

Thanks for the comment DSopel, I’ve been looking at these for a couple of years. My favorite aspect is the height and that there is screening on all four sides. I’d hate to have a pet singe their tail not paying attention.

We are on the same wave length, as I thought exactly the same thing. He needed some help remembering what the item he was trying to sell was called and then he didn’t know how to shut the cage so he left it open. Unfortunately, he’ll never know how completely inept he is a pitching, as there probably is no one on his staff who has the necessary “brass” to tell him so.

With a name like Hamp Tanner, how could you not buy something from this man??

I had one that I bought elsewhere - rusted out quickly. But I tend to leave things out in all weather so someone who takes care of their items will surely have more seasons than me. That said, make sure you get the firewood that doesn’t smoke, otherwise you’ll find yourself moving to avoid the smoke depending on where the wind is blowing. This IS a good price though - I paid over $100 around 2006.

What is the posting probation thing and what did he say that was so bad? Am i missing it?

As many reviews state… make sure to buy a can of high heat black spray paint and coat it a couple of time (and let it dry/cure completely) before using the fireplace for the first time.

Otherwise it will rust out right away.

That stuff is pretty cheap 5 bux or so and this thing is pretty #$/÷= big so i think its a good deal. Imho of course.

Received this thing at the end of last week, painted and assembled over the weekend. All of the parts were present, but the packaging was poor (as it seems to be with most larger ‘Made in China’ items) and there were a couple of finish scratches, a few dents, and one break in the panel mesh (again, something I tend to expect with items like this). Take note, it took me two cans of the paint and I used the semi-gloss instead of the flat black, so the paint cost was a bit high (added about $12+tax to the cost of the fireplace).