La Hacienda Panama cast iron chimenea £30 @ B&Q - Free C&C
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La Hacienda Panama cast iron chimenea £30 @ B&Q - Free C&C

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Found 5th May 2017
Another nice looking Chinmea offer by La hacienda, which is on until the 8th. Delivery to your home is £5 but C&C is free, so it could work out better if you're out and about over the weekend to just pick it up anyway.

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Bring a touch of warmth and light to your garden this summer with this gorgeous Chimenea. Perfect for keeping warm after the sun goes down or just creating a cosy, inviting atmosphere.

Fuel type - Wood
Comes with - Rain lid, tool, mesh door, log grate, decorative side handles and air vent
Guarantee - 1 year
Features and Benefits

Sturdy steel body and flue
Metal tool and rain lid included
Suitable for smaller outdoor areas and patios

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Nice price should keep the chill off
Ordered. Cheers
Be warned, this is tiny...
robertoegg

Be warned, this is tiny...



Shhhh woman!
Got mine today, was tempted to return. Not cast iron as advertised.
Cast iron legs and the rest is thin pressed and rolled mild steel with a black stain.

Actually now I look at it the name states cast iron, description "sturdy steel" and tech specs cast iron.

Will see how it lasts but suppose it was only £30. If it lasts the year I'll be happy.
Its steel... itll be a pile of rust next week oO
RoosterNo1

Its steel... itll be a pile of rust next week oO


Especially if it's that imported steel crap. Spot of rain and watch it dissolve in front of your eyes.
leeroy999

Especially if it's that imported steel crap. Spot of rain and watch it … Especially if it's that imported steel crap. Spot of rain and watch it dissolve in front of your eyes.


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Beginning to get **** off with shopping for a chiminea that are described as cast iron when it's thin cheap steel. They are two totally different metals. After falling for crap pottery chimineas that crack after first use, I want a solid 100% cast iron, most are not even they are described as one! I'm surprised with our tough trade description laws these people haven't been out up in caught for mis description.
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Not negative in any way - its fact. With family who have been involved in the British steel industry who also say the same about imported steel, I think I am allowed to voice an opinion.
We have a clay chiminea 15 year+ old, no cracks, left outside with cover, perfect condition.
The clay ones need seasoning or 'curing' like a Wok.
chimineashop.co.uk/blo…ea/

Edited by: "deany76" 6th May 2017
I got given one of these as a present. It's gone a bit rusty after half a dozen outings, but I'm really pleased with it. It will last a couple of summers, and it knocks out a decent amount of heat. It's lovely having a few too many drinks and watching the flames dance about.
How tiny is it?
leeroy999

Not negative in any way - its fact. With family who have been involved in … Not negative in any way - its fact. With family who have been involved in the British steel industry who also say the same about imported steel, I think I am allowed to voice an opinion.



That may be the definition of a bias opinion
I've got one for these and paid about £45 - it's a little rusty now one year one but overall I'm pretty pleased for the money. I picked up mine only because it was the only one available and needed one pronto so if you're serious about the garden chimney thing I still advise holding out for a genuine large cast iron one that will last decades with care.
But this is still good and my one has plenty of heat
leeroy999

Not negative in any way - its fact. With family who have been involved in … Not negative in any way - its fact. With family who have been involved in the British steel industry who also say the same about imported steel, I think I am allowed to voice an opinion.


In which case then you'll be well aware that there are different grades of steel, and any mild steel, whether British, Chinese or whatever will rust.
dealerxxx

How tiny is it?


70cm tall according to the description on diy.com
leeroy999

Not negative in any way - its fact. With family who have been involved in … Not negative in any way - its fact. With family who have been involved in the British steel industry who also say the same about imported steel, I think I am allowed to voice an opinion.


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Don't forget tcb
I got one on Saturday night as I had been waiting for a deal on these. Its perfect size for our garden and we where roasting Marshmallows on it with an hour. We used one of those compressed sawdust Heat Logs which make for quite a clean and fast setup.

I have also ordered a cheap cover from eBay, however it will live in the shed when not in use after cool down.

Thank for posting OP
ljsanders

Beginning to get **** off with shopping for a chiminea that are described … Beginning to get **** off with shopping for a chiminea that are described as cast iron when it's thin cheap steel. They are two totally different metals. After falling for crap pottery chimineas that crack after first use, I want a solid 100% cast iron, most are not even they are described as one! I'm surprised with our tough trade description laws these people haven't been out up in caught for mis description.


You expect to get a cast for pennies?
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