Yep that's a very smart looking surround and though the flame effect may not be entirely convincing it's very well priced. Lots of heat in more way than one!
All Fireplace Discounts, Offers and Sale - December 2018
Are you sceptical that the picture doesn't include a fireplace or are you sceptical that it's kind of ironic?
Kind of ironic that the picture doesn’t actually include a fireplace...(skeptical)
Wow- I love this!
It's For a dolls house Compact size at only 25 cm tall :/
Hi - had this a few months and at first was gutted as I thought you had to clean every time (which I think it says to). Ignored that as worse than emptying the ash before, and am happily emptying ever 5-6 small fires.
Thanks a lot for highlighting the alternatives. Based on past experience with Valiant (with a stove fan in this case), if not too far off the price of alternatives, I would recommend going for it as it was a completely different class to the two other models I had (but time will tell here).
Thanks for highlighting pollution minimisation OP. Props to you.
Or this... https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B078GSDB3L/
Surely the filter on this is going to need cleaning almost every time you use it?
Think it’s Apartments now ;)
Which Manchester store?
All full price in Newton Abbot
No Hacienda in Manchester.
Same here in Macclesfield
think it just online hope that helps
Can you use these discount codes in store?
Hey, yes fireplaces were all scanning at 12p also - believe they used to be approx £4-5 before Xmas. It's worth looking for if you'll be at Homebase in the next day r two
Wow, were the fireplaces 12p as well as the stockings? This is a fab deal regardless, even more so if they are that cheap!
No mention of thermostat? Presumably getting rid of non-thermo stock in time for imminent new regulations requiring integral temperature control.
Thanks I do like this 8)
Not for me, but a good price for what it is
YAY (party) Can't wait to receive mine!!! Thank you jerrydockery. A little bit of sparkle doesn't hurt teehee (unicorn) (unicorn) (unicorn)
I got one of these in Black and it is a really nice wee fire.............and its really does sparkle :D
Have been looking for one of these for ages.. Has yours been delivered? Is it decent quality?
Heat looks great. I'm debating whether to get it before winter strikes...... can't decide
Heat added ;)
HOT ordered have another Focal Point flueless gas fire and is great no loss of heat but just make sure you have a carbon monoxide alarm in the room for extra saftey
Are these the flueless type? Just make sure you have adequate ventilation in the room. Personally I think they should be avoided
Sorry I meant I have ordered one....:D
The website doesn’t connect for weber fire pit! Can you help? Thanks
I have one of these and its not bad. Certainly warms you up along with a big glass of scotch. Cheaper here though......£99 https://www.hillmount.co.uk/barbecues/weber-fireplace.html
Wish you'd told us all about it a couple of months ago! :D
Got one of these in January for £125@ b&q delivered, it was posted on here https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/smeg-electric-fire-125-b-q-2365699
also 3% cash back from quidco
Would have been tempted if it was gas
obviously they need to be in line with the laws when fitted but at your own risk it can be fiddled to be more efficient to an extent provided it is done well and carry out proper tests after the modification. Modified or not, should only used for a quick boost and for a short time
This fire is only 55% efficient. (They don't mention that in the specifications, it is only shown in the last photo.) Some other makes are around 85% efficient with convected heat as well, but cost a lot more.
Delivery is useless. Got message it would be delivered but it did not arrive having taken the day off. Checked the hauliers web site the following morning which said it had been delivered. I then sent strong e-mail to b & q and 25 minutes later received another message it would now be delivered today. It arrived at about 1.30 pm. The driver said he had ran out of driving hours.
decorative, might cost same as electric to run, a lot more if we think that would need servicing once a year even so is not needed
It's just a standard open flue fire, nothing power flue about it
where are the HUKD experts?? very interested
apart from the different model and price, what is the difference?? cannot spot it at all, can anyone put some light in to it,please? http://www.diy.com/departments/lulworth-manual-control-inset-gas-fire/313255_BQ.prd http://www.diy.com/departments/lulworth-manual-control-inset-gas-fire/198968_BQ.prd?ecamp=Aff-47868&awc=483_1469018360_41bba2cc9cdfd72118af291dbe5f4daf is this a result of a past wrong price??
I was looking for a replacement fire. Ordered. Couldn't access the B&Q website from work ended up calling them. PS: Website loaded on mobile but the form refused to accept my postcode!!
Thinking about buying one of these for the lulz.
So electric? 8)
Wayfair are a nightmare. They don't actually hold any stock themselves, they just sell on goods from other retailers and take a cut. Shop around and you'll find anything they sell cheaper elsewhere.
if it was in b&m at least you could get one, how do you think wayfairer can say they have all those customers on thier tv adds .... simple, all of you that are trying to get one of these are then called customers
Out of stock haha!
You'll like this firepit but not a lot Especially when it starts rusting after 2 weeks.
I must be odd as I like it, but bought a chimnea recently. I imagine logs would get toasty, but surely that would help get/keep them dry.
So, you store the fuel for your fire right next to the bottom of the actual fire box. What could possibly go wrong!
What are the chances of burning your hand when taking out some wood to put on the fire?
Wouldn't be on the 1st would it?
btw it's £44.99 too including delivery.
thanks, bought one and it will sit in a corner until the flooding takes the electricity out for days. flogas regulator 21 bottle costs £36 so total price is excellent.
O.K..thanks a lot for the info and for taking the time to post the pics ..gonna look a lot better than the battered old **** it's replacing anyhow :-)
Sorry pics are not great. I expect the 15kg bottle will fit ok - that's the size its supposed to be for. The regulator that came with mine works fine on the 13kg bottles, it is just a standard 21mm butane regulator AFAIK.
cheers for that...i use the calor 15kg bottles so am hoping theres a 3rd setting for the back cover haha. Do you need a different regulator for the 13kg bottles.?..i am paying £32 for the 15kg so the 13kg at £24 is a far better deal.
Flueless gas fired by description are fires which do not require a flue (chimney). So I'm not really sure what you mean I your question above? The fumes from the fire enter the room after passing through a catalytic converter or filter which is located at the top of the fire. Flueless fires require a fixed air vent direct to outside air to provide oxygen for combustion. This is commonly 100cm squared free area, but is dependant on the heat input (Kw) of the fire and the manufacturers specification. The main concern for safety is the failure of the fires catalytic converter. If this were to fail then the products of combustion (fumes) would enter the room potentially causing a carbon monoxide problem. Flueless fires have obviously been tested and passed as safe to use by the powers that be. However a great number of gas fitters would recommend you steer clear of them. ( me included ). They look nice but are low powered and you get a draught from the air vent so they are kind of pointless as heating device.
flueless because uses the chimney chamber which is far bigger than an ordinary pipework, so where is the problem?? can someone explain, it is only 2kw max after all, even if the chimney would be full of stuff the gases would still get out. Can someone more expert explain in details what are the danger with this gas fire?? We still got very old gas fire places not in use as we got proper central heating. When younger I remember forgetting that on all night but I never felt any minor problems at all in the morning despite the fact that I know it does use the oxygen in the room. I would like to replace what we got but just to use it as an initial booster hoping that they also look good
Totally agree, carbon monoxide alarm is a must if you're planning on installing one of these. For the sake of a tenner to get one, it's just not worth the risk.
Agree. This was my first thought when I read the details. Doesn't make any sense. What worries me is someone moving into a propert with one of these and covering up the vent (like most people do) without knowing it's a flue less. In my personal view these should contain a carbon monoxide alarm.
The only problem with this type of gas fire is that legally you need to have an air brick situated within a certain distance of the gas fire, so it really defeats the purpose. The air brick will bring in cold air (especially in winter) which will mean you'll end up using this more, equalling to a higher gas bill. Which is why I went for an electric gas fire.. No air brick needed.
Code not working for me, displays message "Code not recognised "
There are plenty of £169 fireplace as well. Mine was OOS with delivery schedule for next 99 days :\
I think that is as the code expired at midnight
Saying code not recognised?