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Q-Flame 106,000 BTU Wood Pellet Outdoor Heater
Item No. 117343
Q-Flame 106,000 BTU Wood Pellet Outdoor Heater is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 7.
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Q-Flame 106,000 BTU Wood Pellet Outdoor Heater

Q-Flame 106,000 BTU Wood Pellet Outdoor Heater is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 7.
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Item No. 117343
$499.99 $525.99
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Produces 3x the Heat at 1/10th the cost of a traditional propane Heater.

Operates on renewable Biomass Fuel (wood pellets) that producesradiant dry heat.

Safe to put on most any surface (will sink into sand).. Portability. Breaks down for easy transportation. Safe to transport, and store. Aesthetically pleasing flame and design

Features:. BTU's: 106,000 Maximum/7,900 Minimum. 77 1/4" x 23" x 23"/196.215 x 58.42 x 58.42 CM. All steel construction. Carrying Handles doubles as shut-offs. Fire stoker under door. Main air flow damper control rod on very bottom. Adjustable feet with ability to screw/stake down
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  • Heating Radius is from top to bottom, and in a 10' circumference
  • Temperature Control
  • 6-8 Hour Burn-Time w/40 lb. Bag
  • Cost of $0.50-$0.83/hour
  • Leaves no trace, as fire has no ground contact
Unit Weight 66.00 lb
Brand Qstoves
MFG Part No. Q-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This stove is outstanding and puts out the heat! I am very impressed with the build quality and heat output this stove has. It's important to follow the break in instructions so read the manual before attempting to light. As others have said use only Douglas Fir pellets for the best result and you will learn the most efficient way to manage the flu and feeder flow the more you use it. (Make sure you empty the drawer for spent pellets at the bottom from time to time....I dump mine into a bucket of water) The heat output is intense and I prefer to leave out the middle section of the stack when you are going to sit around the stove. So far I am extremely pleased and highly recommend this over a propane fire pit which I have! *Due to the intense heat I would not recommend placing on a deck without some kind of heat reflector under it.
Date published: 2019-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It’s awesome It’s clean, efficient, and cheap to run. I get headaches from propane and hate the intense heat - face is burning and feet are freezing with typical propane heaters. This puts off a nice constant heat and we can have it right next to us. Love it. Guests love it too. We’ve had 2 other families buy it after seeing ours
Date published: 2021-04-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great idea Overall good product works well but left it outside in the rain 1 time and the cheap hardware started rusting. You’d think an outdoor product like this would have stainless hardware
Date published: 2020-10-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good quality but not as warm as I had hoped. Nice unit and well-built. Doesn't provide as much heat as I was hoping. If I really push extra pellets into the burn chamber, it does a very nice job, but gravity feeding alone doesn't seem to provide enough pellets. Side-by-side with my 60,000 btu propane fire pit, it doesn't outperform it in heat output in spite of the 106k btu claim.
Date published: 2021-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy camper! Love how much heat it puts out! Nice touch being able to limit the pellets using the handles.
Date published: 2021-05-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed The paint on the back after only 3 burns is almost gone. Very disappointing.
Date published: 2021-04-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's okay. Bought this in December 2019. Have been using it almost every other week in our backyard. You will feel the warmth from this thing only when the pellets are burning full blast! Each initial burn takes about 15 minutes to get to full blast and at that point you will need to help it burn hotter by moving the pellets in the hot chamber so that MORE pellets fall into the hot chamber. During each initial burn, there will be smoke coming out of the chimney. When it gets full blast, then it will be smokeless. At full blast, you still need to be right next to the Q-stove to feel warm. This is in 45 degree Fahrenheit windy evening in San Francisco. If there is no wind, I would think you can feel the warmth from 3 to 4 feet away. There is barely any ash after each burn, which is great. However, when you go to your next burn, any left over pellets in the stove will become mushy from moisture getting into the stove. You will need to scoop out those mushy pellets with an ash shovel. Each 40pounds bag of douglas fir pellets at Lowes/Home Depot is only $5 to $6. 20pounds of pellets in the Q-stove will burn for a good 3 to 4 hours at full blast. Rust will develop all over the Q-stove, but a $5 high temperature black spray can will take care of that problem. The build construction of the Q-stove is of thin sheet metal. I got this for $399 plus tax, which is about half the price of the Lil' Timber Patio Heater (competitor). Overall, I still use this Q-stove versus our propane patio heater! I actually gave away the propane patio heater because it was only warming my head at full blast versus the Q-stove warming my whole body. The 20pound propane tank would only last 4 hours at full blast for the patio heater! The Q-stove would last 8 hours on full blast with a 40pound bag of pellets costing only $5 to $6. I recommended this to my friend/neighbor and after he got his.....he's loving it!
Date published: 2021-03-17
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does the base of the unit get hot? Will it burn a kid?

Asked by: Fred
The Q-Flame is essentially an enclosed fire pit. So yes, it gets hot to the touch, especially the back. Usually, people are asking if it is safe to put on a deck. To which, yes, it is safe on a deck because it is designed to bring in cool air from the bottom. Q-Stove advises that while it is burning, that you do not open the door because a pellet could drop at that moment and possibly come out of the door onto the surface it sits on. It wouldn't immediately combust, but be more like a cigarette burn. If there is any fear of pets or small children, Q-Stove also sells a matching fence to go around it. They also sell a silicone mat that it can sit on. We do not carry the fence or silicone mat on our website, but if you call our tech sales line at 800-622-6264, they can potentially special order these for you.
Answered by: CW Victor
Date published: 2021-05-21
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