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We all love to have a drink or a party in the garden, but sometimes it gets too chilly outdoors and you just want to relax somewhere warm. The garden heater will keep you cosy and warm, enabling you to enjoy being outdoors for longer.
Please note: This heater is for domestic use only.
*cost is based on 14p per kw/h, on 600kW heat setting
This heater is also available in black:
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.
"Not waterproof, the cost of the return postage was 50% of the cost of the heater."
Reviewed Tuesday, 4 December 2018
"Had one before and until I dropped it on the floor found it to be the best heater I ever owned."
Reviewed Tuesday, 27 November 2018
"Brilliant quality, works well and great price"
"Good product at a good price ."
Reviewed Tuesday, 13 November 2018
"Does heat up a room well."
"Value for money - however best in class will always be an infrared heater for that instant heat (but 3x more expensive)"
Reviewed Tuesday, 30 October 2018
"Simple to fit, work well."
Reviewed Sunday, 7 October 2018
"wont be using them now not enough height where I need them for something else to store in the shed"
Reviewed Wednesday, 26 September 2018
"The heater arrived undamaged. The only points are that it would have been helpful to know that the front panel is grey, in the photo it does not stand out and also that the flex is black so needed to use whtie trunking to cover it. Other yhatn that all ok"
Reviewed Friday, 21 September 2018
"Value for money and works great"
Reviewed Sunday, 26 August 2018