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*cost is based on 14p per kw/h, on 1500kW heat setting
Please note: This heater is for domestic use only.
A helpful, waterproof on/off switch has been placed underneath the heater for easy-to-reach access.
Your heater can be wall-mounted, as it comes with this handy easy fit wall mount. Place the heater on a wall of your choice and angle it to where you want the heat to be; easy and flexible.
This handy remote control enables you to turn the heater on and off from a distance, so there is no need to interrupt the party. Turn your heater on or off smoothly and without any hassle.
This highly efficient golden heating tube uses short waves through thick wire tungsten coil, with a golden coating to help it heat you effectively, whilst also filtering UV rays and helping to prevent glare.
Why should I choose an Infrared Heater?
When it comes to heating, electric heaters have several advantages over traditional gas heaters, fire pits, chimeneas, etc. The heat warms objects over a wide area, which means you and your guests have a larger area in which you can stay warm in. The electric heater doesn't have a flame and it doesn't burn oxygen, making it much safer and a more suitable option to use indoors than heaters with real flames.
"Like the on off switch without the need to remove the mains plug"
Reviewed Monday, 30 April 2018
"Not quite what I wanted. Should have bought an infrared one."
Reviewed Thursday, 28 September 2017
"The heater is brilliant and heats our patio room perfect"
Reviewed Tuesday, 26 September 2017
Reviewed Thursday, 17 September 2015
"OK. But a little bit smaller and more flimsy than expected. Install instructions were OK."
Reviewed Wednesday, 3 June 2015
Reviewed Monday, 9 February 2015
"Just what I needed"
Reviewed Wednesday, 17 December 2014
"very effective heaters would recommend to a friend"
Reviewed Tuesday, 2 September 2014