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Bond Manufacturing Titan 34 in. Square Steel Propane Fire Pit
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Bond Manufacturing

Titan 34 in. Square Steel Propane Fire Pit

  • Electronic ignition for easy start
  • Minimal assembly required
  • Uses 20 lb. propane tank (sold separately)
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The Titan Square Gas Fire Table is a fantastic focal point for any social event. This safe, easily installed propane fire pit lights in seconds and burns clean as long as needed. This fire pit will enhance any backyard area.

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How much does it weigh?

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Bartlett, IL
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December 23, 2014
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August 29, 2016
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I'd guess it weighs about 35 pounds when filled with lava rocks.
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January 6, 2015
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Assembled with the lava rocks my guess is 20 pounds or less.
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December 24, 2014
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The Titan Fire Pit weighs 46 pounds. Should you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1.866.771.2663 or via email at customer.service@bondmfg.com. Happy Holidays!
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Novato, CA
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December 23, 2014
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I don't know the exact weight, but it is not very heavy. It is a two-person job to load it in a large trunk or truck bed, but only because it is a good-sized box. I doubt the whole thing weighs 60 lbs. I took mine home in a friend's Prius. Hope that helps!
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December 23, 2014
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I forget what was printed on the carton, but I would guess that with the rock installed, the unit is around 40 pounds. It is definitely movable by one person but I would recommend 2 people because it is quite big (34 inch square) so it is awkward to move by one person even though not too overly heavy.
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Can the fireglass rest on top of the lava rock?

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November 19, 2015
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October 25, 2016
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We removed the lava rock completely and replaced it with 25 lbs of 1/2" fire glass.
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August 29, 2016
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Yes. If you like that look.
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April 12, 2016
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We put fire glass in ours and covered the burner (not the ignitor box) and it keeps shutting off after 30 seconds or so???
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November 24, 2015
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Yes, this is the best way to make use of the fire glass, actually. This will create less soot, while providing optimal heat. Should you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us at 1.866.771.2663 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. PST or by email at Happy2Help@Bondmfg.com. Have a great day!
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Can this be used on a wooden deck???

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December 9, 2014
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October 25, 2016
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For sure. We have ours on a wood deck under a canopy.
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January 14, 2015
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Absolutely! You can definitely use this fire pit on a wooden deck!
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January 6, 2015
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Absolutely, we have ours on a wooden deck underneath a cloth top and sided gazebo, the legs give plenty of room below the actual basin and the wooden deck remains at ambient temp.
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December 10, 2014
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Yes, it should be safe on a wooden deck. Make sure you have sufficient ventilation and vertical clearance. The flames can go a foot or more into the air on high setting. You also need to position the tank 5 feet or more from the unit per the instructions. It comes with a nine foot hose for that purpose. Use common sense and you'll be fine.
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Can the lava rocks be changed out to the more glass looking ones?

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December 1, 2014
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May 19, 2015
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I bought 18 lbs. of half-inch (very pretty) glass rocks, but for the large pit of this table, it only went up to the *bottom* of the burner. (See picture.) I bought another 18 lbs. and it seems perfect now as it burns next to me. (See other picture.) Note: Propane is heavier than air, so covering it too much might cause some unexpected results. I might (after it cools down overnight) scoop some stones Read More
I bought 18 lbs. of half-inch (very pretty) glass rocks, but for the large pit of this table, it only went up to the *bottom* of the burner. (See picture.) I bought another 18 lbs. and it seems perfect now as it burns next to me. (See other picture.) Note: Propane is heavier than air, so covering it too much might cause some unexpected results. I might (after it cools down overnight) scoop some stones out to see what happens.
By the way, if in San Diego, San Diego Fire Glass keeps a stock of stones and glass, and has a (small) showroom. Check it out! Read Less
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April 30, 2015
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I added 25 lb. Medium Ice Clear Landscape Fire Glass from Home Depot and am happy with it. I originally got the small size glass rock and it fell thru the holes.
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January 6, 2015
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Yes, that is our plan as well, BUT the basin is deep and wide, the cost to fill it may be prohibitive....
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December 2, 2014
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Hello, yes you absolutely can use fire glass! It will create a little more soot than the lava rocks, so you will have to clean the burner and the fire bowl more regularly than with the lava rocks but it is extremely pretty! Please make sure to use 1/2 inch sized fire glass and NOT the 1/4 inch size, as this will get stuck in the ignition guard.  A great website that we suggest to our customers would be Read More
Hello, yes you absolutely can use fire glass! It will create a little more soot than the lava rocks, so you will have to clean the burner and the fire bowl more regularly than with the lava rocks but it is extremely pretty! Please make sure to use 1/2 inch sized fire glass and NOT the 1/4 inch size, as this will get stuck in the ignition guard.  A great website that we suggest to our customers would be blazingglass.com. They are going to try to sell you 30lbs, you don't need that much, you're only going to need about 10-15 lbs. for a 20lb propane tank unit and about 8-10 for a 1lb propane tank unit. Please let us know if you have any further questions. We would be more than glad to help! Bond Manufacturing. Read Less
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 65 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by We really like this firepit. Works perfect on our deck. We have a 10 x 12 canopy and we use the firepit under it with no problem. We changed out the included lava rocks with the fire glass sold online at Home Depot. This makes it much nicer and kind of classier. However, the fire glass has made it a bit more difficult to light. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Nice Propane Fire Pit I've had this fire pit for month now and enjoy it very much. It is sturdy, goes together very easily and is easy to operate. It looks nice and is the right size for use under my open patio. Would recommend to anyone in the market for a propane fire pit. October 18, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by You get what you pay for I love this little firepit. Especially for the price. Set up was easy, and ready to go within 30 minutes. I have yet to get the igniter to work, but I just use a barbecue lighter while holding in the knob. Which is just as simple. It does have a small ding on the side of the fire pit, but barely noticeable. September 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent value. Looks good. Warm. Built-in piezoelectric igniter for easy lighting. PROS: * Looks good. * Built-in piezoelectric starter eliminates the need for matches or lighters. * Built-in thermocouple prevents gas-flow if there is no flame. * Lights easily (if you keep the knob depressed until flame is established & thermocouple is warmed). * Provides nice warmth & attractive, adjustable fire. * Easy to assemble. It took me 35 minutes. * Doesn't get so hot that you have to worry about using it under a most patio roofs. * The Included lava rocks looks good. (I like it better than fire-glass for our patio decor.) * Inexpensive. Great value. * Vinyl cover (tan colored) protects the fire pit from rain, etc. when not in use. CONS: * Burner bar is circular so the flame is kinda circular, rather than throughout square basin. * I'm worried that the paint for the faux-oil-rubbed bronze finish will eventually get scratched. I've only owned the Titan fire pit for a week but so far I'm very happy with it. Some reviewers said that they had trouble starting it, and I did too until I read the instructions. You must depress the knob, turn it counterclockwise until it clicks (which creates a piezoelectric spark that ignites the propane) AND THEN YOU MUST KEEP THE KNOB DEPRESSED (~4 seconds) until the flame is established (and the safety-enhancing thermocouple has warmed enough to permit propane gas to flow). If you don't hold in the knob to warm-up the thermocouple, then the initial flame will instantly go out. It may be worth noting that the unit includes a vinyl cover for the fire-pit (to protect it from rain, etc.) but there is no cover for the propane tank. (My tank is hidden behind a love seat.) There is a steel base for a standard 5-gallon propane tank to give the tank stability so that it doesn't get knocked over. I have no need for that propane tank base and I didn't bother even trying to use it. August 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product for the Price I had been looking for a suitable gas table fire pit. But prices were greater than $1,000. Wife found this at Home Depot. Bought and had it up and running in 30 minutes or less. Enjoyed our dinner and wine by the warmth of the fire. Granted, if you look too close you will see why it is only priced at $179 and not much more. I think it does what is advertised and does it well. Heat output was sufficient when sitting close. It provides us with a another reason to sit outdoors after the sun goes down. And it doesn't look bad, the color is good and I think it will weather well April 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fire Pit I was researching fire pits online for awhile for my front porch and ended up buying this fire pit last night. It was very simple to put together, only took about 20 minutes. It is a simple design but looks good. My favorite part about it and the reason I went with this one is because the heat output was higher than most fire pits in this price range (50,000). It is definitely a good amount of heat. The only downfall, if there is one, would be that the propane tank is housed outside the unit, although the hose is long enough to be able to hide it away. Also I will be replacing the lava rock with fire pit glass to make it prettier. Other than that, it is a great buy, and I would recommend this fire pit to anyone who doesn't want to break the bank on a fire pit but wants to enjoy a cool evening in comfort. June 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice fire pit/table Overall pleased with the fire pit. I added medium sizes glass rock instead of the lava rock. I also added a 34" x 34" piece of glass on top of it to use as a table when the fire pit is not on. I'm happy with the size of the flame unlike some of the other reviews. I would recommend. April 30, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't Believe Everything You Read One should question the multitude of 4 and 5 star reviews of this product. Sadly, I feel as I was taken in by the reviews only to be disappointed with the product. I am usually more skeptical about a product when there are no negative reviews. I really wanted this product to work as advertised. Although I have no foundation or proof; my intuition tells me that the reviews for this product were provided by professional review writers who do nothing more than write positive reviews to bolster product sales and product placement. But don't let my words alone deter your purchase... Instead, let my other 1000 words (in the form of the posted picture) help make your decision. Flames 2 to 10 inches? And 50,000 BTU output...Not even close. I used 2 different 100% full propane tanks just to be sure. You can view the Day 1 product use (fresh out of the box) on the first night at the link provided below. Needless to say, this hunk of junk is going back to Home Depot tomorrow. October 18, 2014
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