Wall Fire Electric Plasma Remote Control Flame Effect - £77.99 + £11 Postage @ Ebay Halton Home Outlet - HotUKDeals
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Contemporary Modern Curved Electric Wall Fire.

RRP £379+

Copied from ebay listing:

This wall fire looks superb on any wall the quality of this product is excellent.

PLEASE NOTE this is a full size fire 885mm wide not like some other miniature fires sold on ebay.
This fire is the contemporary modern version with stones not the old fashion wood effect model.

The glass finish is excellent with black gloss. I have installed this in my own home and is very easy to install.

If you have any problems at all with fitting then just contact via ebay message and I will talk you through the very simple installation.

The fire is well packaged and the remote control allows you to have to have 3 heat setting 1000w, 2000w or Just the flame effect with NO Heat.

The warm flame effect is very relaxing and creates a fantastic feel in any room.

Size: 885mm wide x 150mm deep x 560mm high

O FAST DELIVERY
O Just hangs on wall no hole of flu required.
O Safety Glass
O Remote for on/off, 1000w heat, 2000w heat or Just Flame effect
O You can also dim the light effect with the Remote.
O All Brackets, Screws and wall plugs included
O Easy to follow instruction.
O Carrier insurance.
O 12 months warranty
O CE Certificate.
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#1
If they say it is "REAL FLAME" in the heading why say "flame effect " in the description..........
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anthony712
If they say it is "REAL FLAME" in the heading why say "flame effect " in the description..........


Nice spot i will email and ask which it is lol :)

Emailed asking which it is, and also read more of the description, and in 1 section says 12 month warranty, and then further down says 24 month warranty lol, so asked which that is as well! x

Edited By: missgem on Apr 10, 2011 00:55
1 Like #3
I bought one when it was posted here on 25th March. Can confirm that it's Flame effect.
Great fire, very impressed for the money.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/full-size-remote-electric-fire-with-flames-just-74-99-delivered-next-day-haltonh/905892

Edited By: dennissabre on Apr 10, 2011 03:15: Spelling
[mod]#4
is this safe to put under a wall mounted tv ?.....
#5
Classy.
#6
Voted hot from me :)
3 Likes #7
missgem
anthony712
If they say it is "REAL FLAME" in the heading why say "flame effect " in the description..........

Nice spot i will email and ask which it is lol :)

Emailed asking which it is, and also read more of the description, and in 1 section says 12 month warranty, and then further down says 24 month warranty lol, so asked which that is as well! x
I'd be very worried if I had real flames coming out of my electric fire!
#8
price gone up to £77.99 + P&P
#9
How much do these cost to run?
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Virtual Insanity
How much do these cost to run?

1kW - one unit per hour
2kW - 2 units per hour
They cost the same amount to run as any other electric heater giving out the same amount of heat - apart from storage heaters on Economy 7.
#11
Why not invest the money in up to date insulation instead!? such as foil backed celotex, xtratherm, & products of that ilk, make one room cosier for the winters to come along with the price rises that'll make you wee your pants as to turning on / up the rooms heating.
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#12
I agree - I've already done that where I can and it makes an enormous improvement to a solid-walled house. (If you have a cavity wall, filling it should be an absolute no-brainer.) Unfortunately internal cladding is very disruptive, can lead to loss of original features like plasterwork and makes rooms slightly smaller. I have no experience of external cladding but that's probably even more expensive and would need planning permission.
#13
pibpob, Admittedly i'm in a 70's house, I cut back the plasterboard, infilled with foil backed insulation whilst sorting a plethora of cables for a moveable plasma wall bracket, then covered over with hardieboard, older houses even partial fills would be a pain but possibly knock heating down by a massive amount of an individual room, i'm trying to get my old ma to rip out a book shelf in her victorian house on an exposed edge of the building (no worthy features) & add some where the modern garage adjoins, so less than 1 sheets internal disruption.
it's not getting cheaper to heat!
#14
If she takes the books off the shelf she might find mildew - that'll help persuade her!
[helper]#15
Had an email back, they say an error was made it is "flame effect" and "12 months warranty" :)
#16
missgem
Had an email back, they say an error was made it is "flame effect" and "12 months warranty" :)
I can't believe you were expecting "real flames", it's electric.
#17
This same iteme was £74.99 the other week including delivery. I'd wait for it to go back down. I've got this fire as well and it looks really good.
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missgem
Had an email back, they say an error was made it is "flame effect" and "12 months warranty" :)

I can't believe you were expecting "real flames", it's electric.


I was merely bringing up there errors on there listing, as it said real flames, then flame effect, and then 12 months but then 24 months, :p

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