Caroline

Snuggle by choice

The Caroline offers a natural gas alternative that keeps things fuss-free. A streamlined design with none of the compromise. Designed for properties with permanent natural gas hookups.

We love options.

Improved, more uniform and pleasant heating performance
Commercial performance with US made Sunglo heater
Natural gas NG (50,000 BTU)
No electricity required
Durable, lightweight, easy to maintain shell

Made with recycled and recyclable materials
Handmade in Southern California
Award-winning design
US and International patents

Despite its sophisticated good looks and svelte silhouette, the Caroline Kindle Heater provides a more effective heating canopy wherever a natural gas (LNG) hook-up is available. Instead of the heat dissipating as it rises, the shade directs it downward, enveloping the user in consistent warmth that is softer and more pleasant than with a stand-alone unit. Pilot re-lighting or an uneven burner flame caused by a slight breeze is mitigated as the shade acts as a shield that, like a hurricane lantern, protects the heater’s engine from the elements. Each shade is lined with a revolutionary, patented, Firewall Protection for added safety and improved performance. The Kindle Heater shells are made of 100% recyclable composite materials that are impact, dent, and scratch resistant, UV protected, virtually chemical proof, and easy to clean for years of good looks. All Kindle Living components are handmade and assembled in Southern California.

For uncompromised performance in the most rigorous of commercial applications, this Kindle Heater is powered by a USA made, CSA Certified, Infrared Dynamics Sunglo patio heater, rated at 40,000 Btu/Hr with A270 Propane (LP) or 50,000 Btu/Hr with A242 Natural Gas (NG), with readily available replaceable parts and service network.

One year limited warranty. Please refer to full terms & conditions.

Some minor assembly required.

1 Kindle, 2 Kindles, 3 Kindles, more?

Heat throw in mild climates

Heat throw in semi-exposed areas

Heat throw in completely exposed areas

Heat throw in mild climates

Heat throw in semi-exposed areas

Heat throw in completely exposed areas