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18K BTU HeatAround 360 ELITE Portable Propane Heater in Black

  • 13,500-18,000 BTUs, heats up to 450 sq. ft.
  • Lightweight, compact, portable heater
  • No batteries or electricity required, low oxygen safety shutoff
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The patent-pending Dyna-Glo HeatAround 360 Elite is the only portable recreational heater that provides 360° of warmth. It's compact, versatile 360 design makes it the ideal choice for grab and go heat. The oxygen depletion sensor allows safe indoor use, for emergency heating. No electricity and no batteries are required, as it is fueled by one or two 1 lbs. propane tanks (not included). It can also be connected to a 20 lbs. propane tank for outdoor use, with an optional hose/regulator (not included). The HeatAround 360 ships completely assembled, and it includes two swivel regulators to easily attach up to two propane tanks. The piezo ignition lights quickly and easily, it heats up to 450 sq. ft., and it is adjustable from 13,500 BTUs to 18,000 BTUs. It also includes a safety tip-over shutoff switch, just in case. The Dyna-Glo HeatAround 360 is an outstanding solution for grab-and-go portable heating, tailgating, hunting, camping, fishing, emergency indoor heating, backyard/patio heating and many other uses.
  • 13,500 - 18,000 BTUs
  • Heats up to 450 sq. ft.
  • Variable BTUs
  • Lightweight and compact
  • Piezo ignition control knob
  • Includes low oxygen safety shutoff system, for safe emergency indoor use
  • Swivel-out regulator for easy tank or hose installation
  • Fueled by up to two 1 lbs. propane tanks (not included)
  • No batteries, electricity or wires required
  • 12 extension hose is available separately for purchase, to attach to a 20 lbs. LP tank
  • Convenient heataround 360 carrying case available separately for purchase
  • California residents

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Ratings
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Area Heated (Sq. Ft.)60045050300
Portable Heater FeaturesAutomatic ShutoffTip-Over Safety SwitchAutomatic Shutoff,Digital Display,Tip-Over Safety SwitchHandle,Portable
Heat rating (BTU/hour)1800018000400012000
Indoor/OutdoorIndoorIndoor,OutdoorOutdoorIndoor,Outdoor
Power/Fuel TypePropanePropanePropanePropane
Room SizeMediumMediumSmallMedium
Heater TypeRadiantRadiantRadiantRadiant
Ignition TypePiezoPiezoPiezoElectrical
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
12.2 in
Product Height (in.)
20.35 in
Product Width (in.)
12.2 in

Details

Area Heated (Sq. Ft.)
450
Color
Gray/Black
Color Family
Blacks
Fuel rate (gallons/hour)
6.8
Fuel Tank Capacity (gallons)
0
Heat rating (BTU/hour)
18000
Heater Controls
Dial
Heater Type
Radiant
Ignition Type
Piezo
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Material
Plastic
Number of Heat Settings
Variable
Portable Heater Features
Tip-Over Safety Switch
Portable Heater Safety Features
Tip-Over Safety Switch
Power/Fuel Type
Propane
Product Weight (lb.)
8.75 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Room Size
Medium
Run time (hours)
3.5

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

4Questions5Answers

Can I use this inside

Asked by Chucky January 31, 2021
1
Answer

Only in emergency situations and will some ventilation

How much fuel does the pilot light use per hour or 24 hr period?

Asked by 97Neon January 28, 2019
1
Answer

There is no pilot light, you turn on low then push a spark button

Is this item in stock at the two notch store

Asked by Man November 15, 2017
1
Answer

Hello Man, to better answer your question, please contact HD.com customer service department at 800-430-3376 call any day between 6 a.m. and 2 a.m. EST, or call your local store, they can either answer your question or transfer you to your local store to answer your specific question. -GHP Group Customer Support

Is the rated run time for 3.5 hrs at 13,500 BTU, or 18,000 BTU for the Elite?

Asked by Willi October 29, 2017
2
Answers

It says 3.5 hours on the low setting of 13,500 btu and 3 hours on the high setting of 18,000 btu and that is with (2) 1 lb cylinders, and that seemed fairly close to right

Customer Reviews

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    out of 38 reviews
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This is an easy to use portable propane heater that puts out a good amount of heat to keep you wa...
This is an easy to use portable propane heater that puts out a good amount of heat to keep you warm on those cold winter days and nights. Assembly was a snap, simply open the box and unpack the unit and hook up the propane cylinders and secure into the unit. Getting the pilot light to ignite was a little trickier than expected but after figuring out the procedure the first time, it's a snap after that. The confusing part is that you have to continue to turning the igniter until it actual lights and hold the button for 30 seconds for it to completely light the heater. I've included photos of the lit heater. This is great since it can be used indoors for emergency heating or outdoors.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
This Dyna-Glo Elite Portable Propane Heater comes fully assembled.   I had already bought two 1 lb propane tanks in anticipation of using this heater as soon as it arrived.  The tanks screw in easily (one on each side in the tank compartments).  The regulators even swivel upward to make this process fast and more simple.   Instructions are very clearly written and easy to understand and my heater lit after a few clicks.  I am really happy that this heater uses  the Piezo ignition because it makes lighting so consistent, dependable, quick and easy.   We use our Dyna-Glo Heat Around 360° outside on our patio and it definitely throws out heat 360° so that no matter where we sit, we feel the warmth.   It can be used indoors (only with the 1 lb propane cannisters), BUT adequate ventilation must be provided.  However, it does have an oxygen depletion sensor that will shut off the heater if the oxygen level falls to a dangerous level while being used indoors.  It also has another safety mechanism that will turn off the heater if it gets tipped over.    With the Dyna-Glo HeatAround Kit (not included) it can be used with a 20 gal propane tank as well.  Because we plan to use this heater quite often and we have several 20 lb propane tanks,  I ordered the fuel filter / 12' hose kit from Home Depot so I won't have to replace 1 lb tanks so often.   The 12' hose is a great length because the 20 lb tank needs to be 6' away from the heater while in use.   I am really happy with this heater.  It is lightweight (8.75 lb) and portable, has a lot of great features (including safety features), is very well-made, sturdy and works great.
by Maddy
1 person found this helpful
I got this for one purpose, Klondike. It's an annual winter camp for Boy Scouts in the DC area h...
I got this for one purpose, Klondike. It's an annual winter camp for Boy Scouts in the DC area held each year at Little Bennett Park. It's always in the middle of winter and it is often really cold. I have a fair sized family tent (9' x 9'). I wanted to run this about 3 feet from the side. At is lowest setting, it does a great job heating the space past 50 degrees when it is below freezing outside. This is with several flaps open in the roof to allow fresh air. At the high setting it gets downright warm. The heater itself does get quite hot, particularly on top. Care is needed in placement and keeping flammable material away. I would not use this where children could get near it. I am very pleased with the heater. It works and would be good if I lose power in winter at my home. In terms of propane consumption, it does go through a bottle every 3 to 5 hours. I use two bottles on the lowest setting to get through a night and still have heat in the morning. One super helpful item is the place where you screw in the propane swivels out for easy access. Screw in the bottle and it flips into place, close the door and it's compact and ready for heat.
by Vanz73
1 person found this helpful
Feel the burn with the Dyna-Glo Heat Around 360 Elite! Every winter, I get to thinking about alte...
Feel the burn with the Dyna-Glo Heat Around 360 Elite! Every winter, I get to thinking about alternative heat sources in the event I lose power for an extended period of time and discovered the Dyna-Go Heat Around 360 Elite. Keeping my family warm during winter-storm power outages, comfortably extending patio season from early spring to late fall. Not to mention bringing it on fishing and camping trips. I have no shortage of uses for a product like this. Out of the box, it was obvious that this product was built to take a beating. After all, it is billed as “grab and go” as well as “emergency use” heating. It can operate on one and/or two 1-pound propane tank for portability. Or you can also hook up a 20-gallon propane with optional hose and regulator (sold separately) for convenient long-term-use. The “blast” of heat I feel went I turn leads me to believe it can heat the entire first floor of my house, no problem. Even on low setting (13,500 BTUs) the heater is impressively hot. I would probably only need 18,000 initially and then have to turn it down. Safety seems to be Dyna-Glo’s priority because of the safety features when it comes to indoor use. An oxygen depletion sensor automatically turns the heater off if the heater consumes too much oxygen / generates too much carbon monoxide. Also super-convenient is the auto-shutoff if the heater is tipped over. Not unlike others, I did have trouble starting the heater, but that was mainly due to haste. I just wanted to get it going rather than taking the time to learn how to use it. Take your time, “bleed” the gas line by allowing gas to flow through the heater for 30 seconds. Light the pilot and allow that to burn for 30 second and then light the heater and it should work. The Dyna-Glo comes completely assembled! It’s ready to go out of the box once you’ve connected your propane supply, which is super-easy due to the connectors’ ability to swivel outward. As mentioned, you can connect larger propane tanks via a connector hose & regulator. I would have like to see a way to connect a hose without having to leave one of the fuel compartment doors wide open the whole time. That’s really the only con I can come up with pertaining to this impressive product. Upon ordering the Dyna-Glo, I awaited it’s arrival with much anticipation. From the moment I first flamed it on, I’ve been more than impressed and excited to put it to good use!
by Dave
1 person found this helpful
This heater did not work right out of the box, the pilot light would not stay lit. I took the top...
This heater did not work right out of the box, the pilot light would not stay lit. I took the top off to get to the thermocouple and use a butane torch to add some extra heat to it, then it would stay lit until the thermocouple cooled back down,which it would do even though the pilot light was still on, once it cooled do the pilot would shut off. I checked the resistance on the tip over switch and it checked good, but when I bypassed the tip over switch the pilot would stay running and would work fine, so it either has a finicky tip over switch or the thermocouple is weak. If the heater will work it does have some nice features, the connectors that the cylinders screw on to pivot out to make attaching the cylinders easier. It has an auto igniter that operates via the front knob you just push in and turn it to pilot from off and it sparks, you may have to push it on pilot for a few seconds after replacing the cans to bleed out the air. It says on box that it will operate from 3 to 32 hours, this is a little misleading as the unit will operate on (2) one pound cylinders for 3 to 3.5 hours which is pretty close to what it did for me, and the 32 hours is with the optional $30 hose kit (HAKITDG) hooked to a 20 lb cylinder. It is not recommended but it will operate on just (1) one pound cylinder There is not any noticeable change in the amount of heat it puts out from the lowest to the highest setting. You will need to be within 2 ft from the unit to get any usable heat if you are outdoors. If you are outdoors it will not stay lit in anything more than a couple of mile per hour wind. I does do a good job of heating up a mid size 8 ft x 8 ft tent, and would probably be ok for a small to midsize camper. They have carrying handles on the side of the unit which are kind of ok if you have the cylinders in it, but it is still a little top heavy. It is about 12 inches in diameter and 21 inches tall, and weighs about 9 lbs without the cylinders. All in all it would probable be ok for a tent or camper, if you have adequate ventilation so you wont asphyxiate yourself. But I would make sure that it would work for awhile before counting on it. and if I wanted to use a 20 cylinder I would probable get a heater that mounts on the cylinder.
by ss
Response from GHP Group Inc. SupportMar 29, 2018
Hello Ss, thank you for taking the time to review this heater, we're sorry to hear you experienced trouble keeping it lit initially. If there is anything we can do to assist you with it, we're happy to help. Just reach out by phone at 877-447-4768 or email here: http://www.ghpgroupinc.com/CTUS.html -GHP Group Customer Support ghpgroupinc
1 person found this helpful
This heater puts out some serious heat. We tried a few electric space heaters for a garage that m...
This heater puts out some serious heat. We tried a few electric space heaters for a garage that made no difference but this warms up nicely. I find it really convenient because the cylinders are easy to find and available at just about any store, plus we usually have them on hand. I found it easy to light, you have to push the button and wait a minute for that pilot light , but once pilot was on it lit right up. I tried to re-light a few times without any problems. I would definitively recommend for a workshop type of area. Its a nice plus that it burns clean enough that you can actually use this as temporary heat inside in case of emergency.
by mbhnwct
PROS: -Portable. This heater runs off of one or two 1-lb propane canisters (the small ones commo...
PROS: -Portable. This heater runs off of one or two 1-lb propane canisters (the small ones commonly used for camping stoves). It can also be adapted (by purchasing a special hose) to fit 20-lb tanks. The unit is sized well for transport and has two nice carry handles. -Well made. The build quality of this heater is excellent. The fit and finish are very nice. It definitely looks and feels like a very nice unit. -Functional. The heater works well. I tested it in my cold garage and was able to bring the temperature from around 35 deg up to 55-60 deg within just a few minutes. CONS: -Run time. One a single 1-lb canister, with the heater set to high, I was only able to get around 30min of run time before the heater was struggling to run. -Directionality. I noticed that the heat put out by this unit tends to go much more up than out. Holding your hands above the unit you feel a significant amount of heat, while placing your hands to the side of the heater does not feel nearly as warm. Its almost as if there is a narrow column of heat directly above the heater. I am attaching an InfraRed heat image of the ceiling directly above where the heater was running. You will notice how localized the hot spot is.
by MIke
2 people found this helpful
This is a nicely designed propane heater for outdoor use or emergency indoor use. If using indoo...
This is a nicely designed propane heater for outdoor use or emergency indoor use. If using indoors is requires adequate ventilation because it does emit carbon monoxide. It has a low oxygen sensor which shuts it off if it's used too long without enough ventilation. It also has an auto shut off if it gets knocked over. It uses two 1 lb. propane tanks which are easily connected to the swivel out regulators or you can purchase a 12 foot hose to attach to a 20 lb. tank. It took a couple of dozen tries the first time I tried to light the pilot. It lit a lot quicker after that. It gives off a lot of heat. It's great for sitting out on the patio on a cool night.
by JoeFromOH
This portable propane heater is great for the patio, camping or emergencies and is easy to use. I...
This portable propane heater is great for the patio, camping or emergencies and is easy to use. I also use it for a brief period to quickly heat up my shed when I am working in there. It is essentially like having a small camp fire without the hassle. It is a little bigger than I thought but on the highest setting will provide good warmth a foot to two feet out from itself, 360 degress. It adjusts between 13k and 18K BTU. It doesnt seem like much but it is a good variance. It can hold up to two 1 lbs. propane tanks or with a seperate hose kit accessory, model # HAKITDG, you can hook it up to a standard propane tank. I used the hose kit with the heater and it works great, greatly extending the time you can run the heater. The heater is easy to set up, you can use one or two 1 lbs propane cylinders which are found not only at Home Depot but in camping stores. The heater will operate off just one 1 lbs cylinder but the directions do not recommend it. I believe this is due to the increased likelyhood of the cylinder "freezing up". Screwing the cylinders in is easy, there are two doors on the unit and inside of them is a fitting which conveniently swivels so you can screw the cylinder in at an angle as opposed to the awkward straight up and down (see photo). Once the cylinder(s) are screwed hand tight, you just turn the pilot to fire it up. It usually takes me turning the pilot on twice to get it started. It can be tempting to touch the cage when lighting the pilot, so be careful. Once its started you can then adjust from low to high. The directions say two cylinders will get you 3.5 hours of heat on high and a 20 lbs propane tank will get you 24-36 hours. The flame is caged in but the cage still gets pretty hot. Above the flame but in the cage is a metal plate which helps dissipate the heat. This plate can collect water so I really dont recommend leaving this heater outside. Once the flame is out, the heater takes 10-20 minutes to cool off, depending on the outdoor temperature. The heater has two handles on it which are convenient but the heater is bulky and a little heavy with both cylinders in. Using one hand is a wrist workout. The only feature I wish the heater hand was a small hole in one of the cylinder doors so you can lock the door when the 12 ft propane tank hose is hooked in.
by SteveVA
3 people found this helpful
Terrible delivery and service
I bought one and it was defective. I called and was told to return for a new one. I did return right after Christmas....ordered another one.....got charged for new one immediately... I still have not seen the heater. Stay away from this merchant
by Bluebird
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