Internet #301181385

Model #Q05

Q-Flame 79 in. 106,000 BTU Wood Pellet Outdoor Heater

  • Smoke free design means the Q-stove is carbon neutral
  • Durable heavy gauge high temp coated steal construction
  • Easy assembly with detailed instructions included
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Price:
$44900

Product Overview

A more efficient alternative to outdoor propane, electric heaters and campfires. It's portable and can travel with you. Camping, Hunting, RVing or at home on the patio you will have hours of cost effective heat and simple controls to operate. QSTOVES also leaves no trace unlike campfires and does not use heavy tanks to refuel or exchange like propane. Use QSTOVES for a quiet evening or in emergency situations when you are forced out of your home.
  • 106,000 BTU w/ 10ft. heating radius
  • Double hopper holds 20 lbs. of wood pellets with a 3-4 hour burn time per load
  • Heavy gauge high temp coated steel construction
  • Portable, easy to carry
  • Heats from top to bottom, evenly
  • High temp German glass viewing window
  • Best quality German flat paint exterior
  • Adjustable feet for all surfaces
  • Easy assembly with detailed instructions
  • Engineered to burn clean and smoke free
  • Carbon-neutral, leaves little to no waste
  • Capable of year-round use, exceeds most burning and air quality laws



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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
12 in
Assembled Height (in.)
79 in
Assembled Width (in.)
22.4 in

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Color Family
Black
Features
Ash Drawer,Collapsible,Damper,Hopper included,Portable,Venting Required
Fuel Type
Wood Pellet
Heating Area (sq. ft.)
314
Housing Material
Steel
Outdoor Living Product Type
Patio Heater
Patio Heater Type
Standing Patio Heater
Product Weight (lb.)
54
Returnable
180-Day
Style
Modern
Total BTU
106000

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
30 days

Questions & Answers

33Questions21Answers

I have a wood deck, do I need anything underneath the stove, like ceramic tile.

Asked by Edgar January 7, 2019
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I have a tex deck and this works with no issues!

I got the Q-Stove and used it once. Sitting underneath it, the top is too far to projecting to he...

Asked by rh January 11, 2018
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I thought the same thing. I looked at putting the top section right into the main body but decided against it because it would radiate the heat directly over the hoppers and make them harder to get into.

If you do not burn all the pellets in the hopper during use, can you leave the pellets in the hop...

Asked by HB3 December 13, 2018
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It can. The carrying handles also act as a shut offs. Anytime your done you can pull the handles outward and in about 15-20 minutes it will run out of fuel.

I have a wood deck that has a ceiling. How much clearance is needed on top?

Asked by Wisconsinite December 23, 2017
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Always check with your local codes and laws/regulations first. I have seen this stove working well with low overhangs. I think it doesn't get hot above due to the convection effect of the air flow. Most all of the heat is pulled down from he deflector and circulates. The positive side effect is warm fee and lower legs.

Low heat compared to propane heater. Any tips?

Asked by Mykalt45 January 1, 2018
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I had the same problem with mine. I missed that there was a handle for a dampener on the very bottom of the stove. I put that on and then opened it. A big difference in the heat output. Check that.

How easy is it to assemble this heater?

Asked by BrooklynBlue January 24, 2018
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Simple enough

Can this be modified for a chimney in a deer camp tent. Replacing the current wood stove.

Asked by Bgos January 24, 2019
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Yes it can be used in a wall tent. Rainier Industries, Bussard, and Davis wall tent manufacturer all recommend our stoves over their prior stoves they sold in the past. They are carrying the Q-Flame and accessories because it works so well versus others.

How much head space do I need

Asked by Edgsr January 5, 2019
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It is smart to use common sense and keep all combustible the correct distance away (3 feet or more typically). Many folks have this stuffed in the corner of their deck walls that have brick or stone backing. Please check with you local laws/regulations to be sure. It is closed flame so is safe than most heaters in general.

Does anyone have any comments about the smoke or fumes from this device?

Asked by Newhouse January 21, 2018
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There is no smoke, the wood pellets are 99.9% efficient... smells a little bit like a campfire... it's great

How long does it take to heat up?

Asked by Steve December 14, 2019
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About 10 minutes.

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  • 38 Customer Reviews
  • 4 out of 5 stars overall
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Great heat for a cold night out on the deck. Make sure to load the pellets right before you use i...
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Great heat for a cold night out on the deck. Make sure to load the pellets right before you use it as rain can seep in through the top hinges and expand your pellets. Definitely feels better to see the fire while relaxing outside to please the inner caveman.
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I purchased this heater for the following reasons: -easy to install. Can easily disassemble for ...
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I purchased this heater for the following reasons: -easy to install. Can easily disassemble for transport. -wood pellet heating (~$1/hr) is more economical than propane heating (~$7/hr) -smoke and ember-free, and produces excellent heat within a 7-10 foot radius. -wood pellets produce minimal ash, making clean up a breeze -more aesthetically pleasing to look at than a propane heater -excellent customer service/support TIPS: -watch the videos about this product and follow the directions carefully, especially with first use. -buy Douglas Fir wood pellets which produce more heat -make sure ALL dampers are wide open for maximum heat This wood pellet heater outperforms the propane and we love it so much, we are considering adding another Q-stove.
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Nice unit, easy to assemble, burns hot and clean as advertised. NOTE: The instructions for firs...
Nice unit, easy to assemble, burns hot and clean as advertised. NOTE: The instructions for first use are unclear. Do NOT fill the hopper full of pellets the first time. Only fill with enough to fill the "tubes" that run from the hopper to the fire box. I didn't do this, and the fire went up the tube & into one of the hoppers, causing the paint to partially cure on that side. It made a sticky mess and I'm not sure it can be fixed (see photo). The only other bad thing is the way the pellets are prevented from flowing from the hopper to the fire box. There is a gate on each side, but it is very difficult to control the amount of pellets that drop - it's all or nothing. There doesn't seem to be anything in the instructions about this.
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What a difference this heater makes! Way better than the propane heater Ive been carrying aroun...
What a difference this heater makes! Way better than the propane heater Ive been carrying around for the past 10 years and never use, too expensive. Twice the heat for less than 1 dollar an hour. We took ours snow camping and lit it within minutes of setting up camp. Nothing around us was good to make a fire so the Q-Flame actually made is so we could stay and enjoy ourselves. Bringing a $5 bag of pellets was easier than chopped wood for sure. Easy clean, just hosed it off. Not that there was a need, a dust pan broom would have been enough.
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it is nice to have the flame and it looks nice but does not put out the heat it claims. 10 foot ...
it is nice to have the flame and it looks nice but does not put out the heat it claims. 10 foot radius is claimed but standing within a foot, you really don't feel it. The heat goes out the top, very hot above the unit
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Missing parts. Returned to Home Depot. Also the selling store...
Missing parts. Returned to Home Depot. Also the selling store does not carry pellets for this type of heater.
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this item uses a lot of pellets for the little bit of heat that it produced , I used it twice , f...
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this item uses a lot of pellets for the little bit of heat that it produced , I used it twice , first time it was windy and freezing cold so I figure is not heating up as much because of the wind. But I gave it a second try and still under normal conditions this stove was not heating up the square footage I thought it promised. You have to be very close to the stove to feel the heat.
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I was disappointed with the stove, very temperamental & rust...
I was disappointed with the stove, very temperamental & rust immediately even though it was under a covered area. Does not even put out good heat.
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This thing will heat an entire patio at the fraction of a cost of a traditional propane heater. W...
This thing will heat an entire patio at the fraction of a cost of a traditional propane heater. We went through several expensive options before landing on this little guy.
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I am very impressed with the build quality and heat output this stove has. It's important to foll...
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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.
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