Red Vanilla Iron Nest Volcano Fire Centerpiece - Indoor-Outdoor
About Red Vanilla Iron Nest Volcano Fire Centerpiece - Indoor-Outdoor
Closeouts. Red Vanilla's Iron Nest Volcano indoor-outdoor fire centerpiece produces a calming and attractive flame surrounded by sleek glass and a rustic iron nest.
- Burns clean potato-based ethanol that does not create any harmful fumes or odors and creates little residue-
- Home accessory that makes a great housewarming gift
- Height: 12-1/2"
- Base diameter: 15-3/4"
- Weight: 15 lb. 4 oz.
- Material: Iron, glass, nickel
- Made in India
- Fuel not included
Specs about Red Vanilla Iron Nest Volcano Fire Centerpiece - Indoor-Outdoor
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Most Helpful 2-Star Review
Fragile glass chimney not packaged safely, shattered before arrival by iron base loose in same large box. No replacement glass yet… waiting...Reviewed by Phoenix Rising from Waltham, MA on Wednesday, July 3, 2013I could hear shattered glass rattling from the instant I moved the single, XXL box in which both the (very) heavy iron base and a poorly internally protected glass cylinder package were loose. There was nothing in the XXL box to secure or protect the glass from the base, which looked like they’d been just tossed in the larger box to save on postage without any concerns.
The glass chimney was, off course, utterly shattered - there was no section left un-broken - and the sections are long, thin and razor sharp. I can tell you from this that the chimney - which I feel ought to have been made of tempered glass.
When broken, tempered glass is much safer.
Had the glass not been packaged so very poorly - and not been casually tossed ion a huge box with a massive metal base - a had they packed the chimney needed sinc shying - they used layers of cut box material to firmly hold the glass in it’s box with nothing that had any “give.” I called STP immediately - a week ago now - and emailed pics of the broken glass in its box, untouched- for good reason.
I still don’t have the “exchange" glass chimney - though I was told it ought to have been at my nearby former address - and i stopped there yesterday evening and today to check. This has been a debacle for what ought to have arrived yesterday.
What a waste and so much hassle for an “luxury, fun item” - not inexpensive - that I might have, and still hope they can ship carefully enough to use and enjoy. Gazing in to the flames is nice - but not enough care is being taken to ship this well - and so I don’t recommend buying this item.
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“What kind of fuel does it use and where do you get it?”
The Red Vanilla's Iron Nest Volcano uses a potato based ethanol. The product is Fanola Liquid Fuel and can be ordered at these sites.|http://redvanilla.com/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&keyword=fuel|http://www.lagunawaterworks.com/fanola.html|http://www.fanola.com/online-store.36.EN
any hardware store has ethinol in the paint dept.
“Where does one find the fuel for this product?”
I got in contact with Red Vanilla, they can sale you the fuel directly. Here is the contact, I hope this helps.|Edwina James email@example.com