Customer Reviews Of:
Red Vanilla Volcano Fire Centerpiece - Indoor-Outdoor
Closeouts. Red Vanilla's Volcano indoor-outdoor fire centerpiece will be the talk of any occasion. It elegantly produces a calming and attractive flame surrounded by sleek glass and metal.
Average Rating based on 4 reviews 3.500000 0 5
Reviewed by Sophie from Colorado - Front Range on Saturday, April 5, 2014I put this in the middle of the patio table and love looking at the fire. It's large and stable and seems very safe. Thanks to the reviewer who recommended the gel fuel! I dug around on the internet and found that another recommended fuel for this item is "fanola fuel". I just ordered a case (12 1-liter bottles, the only way they sell it) on the Fanola website. I will probably buy some dark lava-looking rocks and switch out the white ones for a different look. STP did a great job wrapping this up securely for shipping, and it arrived safely :-)
Reviewed by STACEY from Atlanta on Sunday, September 15, 2013This is a beautiful accessory even when it's not lit. I use this as a centerpiece on my coffee table in my den, and take it outside when I'm entertaining outdoors. I get many compliments!!
Reviewed by Love my home from Boston, MA on Thursday, February 7, 2013The cup that holds the gel fits securely in the center ring and cannot be jostled out of place. I don't think the item came with instructions, so you have to figure out the few steps to put it together. I buy clean-burning gel for fireplaces and scoop it out of its can into the smaller cup with an old spoon. Even if you spill some, the item is all glass and metal so won't catch fire. The flame is beautiful and burns steady. It doesn't throw sparks like a real fire. The item seems large and heavy for the small flame, but I think that is for safety. The flame would never reach the top of the glass. I use it on our fireplace hearth or on a slate platform on the deck. It lights in 5 seconds and can be put out just as quickly. Its as easy as using an electric fireplace--but the fire is real. I love it. I think the trend now is for smaller containers you can put on a mantle or table. But you never have to worry that this one will be knocked over.
Reviewed by lonepine from Mt. Vernon, OH on Tuesday, July 10, 2012The fuel in cans do not fit this. You need to find fuel you can pour into the cup which is not very secure. This is a dangerous item.
- Cons: You can not find fuel