hOmeLabs Premium Drink Shelf Tabletop Gas Patio Heater

Last updated: February 15, 2023

Set your drink down on the built-in counter and reach your hands up to this patio heater to keep your fingers toasty and warm. This patio heater will keep a whole group of people warm as it offers them a place to take refuge from the cold weather around them.

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: This patio heater gives you a handy table to set things on as it warms you up.

In our analysis of 18 expert reviews, the hOmeLabs Premium Tabletop Gas Patio Heater placed 10th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Don’t let cool evenings stop your outdoor activity. This outdoor propane patio heater is a great heating solution and a perfect alternative to a fire pit. Noiseless, calming and provides steady and consistent heat minus the smoke and blazes while you sat enjoying the nature’s beauty even through cold evenings, chilly autumns, and nippy winters. The heater requires a 20-pound propane gas tank (tank not included). To operate, press the ignition button for a FULL 90 SECONDS to turn on. The variable heat-control knob is adjustable from low to high heat.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Also, it has a simple ignition system that works at the push of a button, and the auto-shut valve here keeps you safe in the event of a tip-over.
The hOmeLabs Gas Patio Heater is an excellent choice for entertaining on your deck or patio. The heat output is decent. The drink shelf is a welcome feature. You can fill the base with sand or other material to keep it stable, which we loved.

What reviewers didn't like

Quite tall at 87 inches.The base is not very stable when windy.
It is hard to assemble.
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