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California Outdoor Concepts 7210 Island Chat Height Fire Pit

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Island fire pits by California Outdoor Concepts offer an easy and convenient way to bring additional heat and ambiance to your patio or deck. These fire pits can be fueled either by natural gas or by propane. The base is constructed from glass fibre reinforced concrete and comes in 8 different colors. The consumer may choose ceramic logs or burning glass. The burner weighs 100 pounds not counting either glass or logs and stand 19 inches tall with a diameter of 28 inches.
* Please Note: All units come ready for use with Propane but have an orifice for Natural Gas. The Flex hose for Natural Gas is sold Separately and can be found under the "Accessories" tab.
Features
  • 19" Height x 28" Diameter
  • Burner has a 40,000 BTU output
  • GFRC Base (Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete)
  • 8 Different Color Finishes for Base
  • Available in Natural Gas or Propane
  • Choice of Ceramic Logs or Burning Glass
  • Weight: 100lbs without glass or logs
Manufacturer: California Outdoor Concepts
Part Number: 7210-BR-FP

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California Outdoor Concepts Stainless Steel Ice Bucket Accessory for FirepitsEnhance your California Outdoor Concepts fire pit with this stainless steel ice bucket accessory. The piece has an attractive appearance and also manages to retain its functionality. This ice bucket is 23 inches in diameter and is interchangeable with any California Outdoor Concepts fire pit. Having an outdoor ice bucket offers ...
List Price: $233.69
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California Outdoor Concepts 7210 Island Chat Height Fire Pit
$949.99
By Pat from FL on February 17, 2013
Is the propane tank in the bottom hidden?


By Dawn on February 18, 2013

Answer:
No, you would provide your own propane tank and it cannot be hidden underneath.