*cost is based on 14p per kw/h, on 600kW heat setting
Used it for our party - we were able to eat outside - nice and cosy ! Many thanks
Enjoy a drink or party in the garden any time of year. This super 1500W infrared heater provides targeted heat instantly, using low frequency waves. The heater combines a robust structure with excellent design, making the product ideal for both commercial and domestic use. This new hanging heater will keep you warm on chilly summer nights and could be placed within suitable sized tents.
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.
This heater requires two bulbs to enable the two separate heat settings, one 600W and one 900W bulb.
"Does what it says on the Tin !!"
Reviewed Monday, 11 February 2019
"great bit of kit licks out a lot of heat"
Reviewed Monday, 17 December 2018
"Should sell something pacific to fit the heater on,"
Reviewed Monday, 15 October 2018
"Have the heater inside my gazebo and it works great. Really useful to have the 2 heat settings. Also the heater acts as a light when in use, the light is a nice warm soft light too!"
Reviewed Wednesday, 1 August 2018
"Heater did not heat the area enough"
Reviewed Tuesday, 31 July 2018
"Better than we thought, good heat as used under a gazebo - happy with our purchase."
Reviewed Monday, 14 May 2018
"Great product that hangs perfectly from a cantilever umbrella."
Reviewed Monday, 28 August 2017
"Love it. Looks great on my pergola. Will probably get another"
Reviewed Tuesday, 6 September 2016
"Easy to install and use. Just the job!"
Reviewed Monday, 29 August 2016
"Brilliant little light and heater looks great and under my pergula"
Reviewed Thursday, 28 July 2016