4 x Fuel logs - 8kg for wood stoves log burners open fire etc £1.99 @ Home Bargains
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4 x Fuel logs - 8kg for wood stoves log burners open fire etc £1.99 @ Home Bargains

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Found 26th Apr 2013
Online and instore, perfect for open fires alongside a bbq on a summers eve

Fuel Logs (Bag of 4 Rolls)

Sometimes there's nothing better than a hot drink, curled up on the sofa with a roaring fire whilst snow is falling outside...

To create this perfect winter's evening in, these Fuel Logs are perfect for achieving an ideal temperature in an open fire. They can also be used in wood-burning stoves and chiminea's. Containing only 100% wood that's responsibly forested and no additives, there's no reason not to enjoy comfort that can only come from a real wood-burning fire.

Features:


•Fuel Logs (Bag of 4 Rolls)
•8kg bag
•Use in open fires, wood-burning stoves and chiminea's
•100% wood and no additives
•Responsibly forested

15 Comments

bag of 4 rolls, 8 Kg
2 Kg a roll :-O

got some the last time they was posted but the weight was not mentioned then I wouldn't of ordered 3 if it had been!

Won't be needing these -Indian summer coming

50p a log? How long would these last, I wouldn't expect more than an hour max. Electric = 9-12p a kw an hour, Gas = 4-6p kw per h.

Who said romance was dead? Me.....

BeerGoggles

50p a log? How long would these last, I wouldn't expect more than an … 50p a log? How long would these last, I wouldn't expect more than an hour max. Electric = 9-12p a kw an hour, Gas = 4-6p kw per h. Who said romance was dead? Me.....


great logic, but how do i put my kw of this new fangled electric stuff you mention on my open fire? and the gas keeps blowing away before i can load it up!!

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BeerGoggles

50p a log? How long would these last, I wouldn't expect more than an … 50p a log? How long would these last, I wouldn't expect more than an hour max. Electric = 9-12p a kw an hour, Gas = 4-6p kw per h. Who said romance was dead? Me.....



Depends what you are using this for. If you are using it to heat your house then it might not work out so great (i don't know anything about this), but if you are using it for a fire outside surely it isn't a bad price? Obviously wood can be acquired for free, but if you are finding it tricky this is not bad too?

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Won't be needing these -Indian summer coming][/quote]

Long wait then, Indian summers don't happen till Autumn-late sept/oct.

These logs typically burn for 2 hours + Give a nice warm glow and much better than standard wood. Creates a good bed to put logs on to...and yes, they weigh a ton.

Cheers, just chopped a couple of trees down in the local park, so wont be needing this deal for a while.

BeerGoggles

Electric = 9-12p a kw an hour




Got a link? Because that seems V-e-r-y cheap to me...

These are great in wood burners for one reason. They get the temperature up sufficiently so you can burn any old wood. I use one of these then burn fir tree wood or rotten timber, anything. At lower temperatures the resin wouldn't burn and the chimney would do the 'towering inferno' thing.
These are essential

Even better in a rocket mass heater.

Sounds like good deal. Bought 5 bags, got a call from store yesterday to collect today. Will see how good en long they burn.

Bought 8 bags today and just tried a couple in a Chimenea and they are great. Compared to the £9 a bag from Homebase it's a really bargain.

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Burnt some outside.... they burn really well and last a good few hours!! Defo worth a repeat
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