Regrettably due to unprecedented demand we have taken the difficult decision to suspend new orders for some products for a short period of time until we have caught up on our existing orders.
The heater is completely weatherproof. It is suitable to be used outdoors in any application and it is perfectly safe to be used in the rain.
The heater can be wall mounted, overhead mounted or fixed under the parasols or awnings. The heater combines a robust character with excellent design, making the product ideal for both commercial and domestic applications. The black cover will look great with our awning models.
For safety the heater is fitted with an attractive stainless finger guard for increased heat output compared with glass fronted models. The lamp is also replaceable.
... it generates great heat and worth the extra for the 3kw
Why Should I Choose An Infrared Heater?
Product Specification:Size: Length: 96cm/ 37.8" - Height: 12cm/ 4.7" - Depth: 12cm/ 4.7"Lamp life: 3000 hoursPower supply: 220-240v (1500 watt output)Cable length: 3M mains cableProtection IP55Weight: 6.25kgSupplied with wall bracketApproximate running costs of 12p per kW hour
Note: Install the heater 50cm below an awning.
"not yet used - waiting for electrician to get back to us"
Reviewed Thursday, 27 July 2017
"I now have 2 of these heaters on our verandah and they have made all the difference for us sitting out there in the colder evenings. Great product which does what it says."
Reviewed Friday, 17 March 2017
"I had an electrician come round to install it for us, it came on initially but then it died and now I will have to go to the hassle of sending it back."
Reviewed Tuesday, 9 August 2016
Reviewed Wednesday, 20 July 2016
"Looks good & really gives off plenty heat."
Reviewed Monday, 14 March 2016
Reviewed Tuesday, 21 July 2015
Reviewed Tuesday, 23 June 2015
Reviewed Sunday, 31 May 2015
"Heater is just what we need. Easy to install and works a treat."
Reviewed Monday, 22 December 2014
"Looks good and just the right level of heat."
Reviewed Sunday, 7 September 2014