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  • Finether 1800W Freestanding Portable Electric Fireplace

    Electric fire place - not an exact replacement for real fireplace. But it adds the beauty and style to the room and yes, it heats up the room too. Beautiful to look at, gives a feeling of actual fire to your eyes.

    1800watts power, this can be switched half - half. 900 watts each, also the setting can be activated just as visual fire without heating. The lamps are replaceable G9 bulbs. Comes almost fully assembled, all you need is to attach the legs. Part of the body is metal and ABS plastic. The unit itself is light weight yet solid and sturdy.

    Ideally living rooms is the best place to keep, but mine is styled different for a traditional styled fire place, hence decided to leave it in master bedroom. Leaving it in 900w heat setting is enough for the current single digit temperature. Love the way it lights up and in my opinion this is the closest thing I’ve seen to a real log burner.

    The ventilators / blower of the unit is actually in the lower part of the system, so make sure you fix the legs before you switch on. You can turn off the light / smoke effect if you just want to use it as a heater. The intensity of light can be controlled by the knob. Each heating element is 900watts and combined together gives a 1800 watts.

    Few things to highlight, there is a fan running in the unit so it may create a slight noise in quiet conditions. As new, the unit has a bit of smell but surely settles down after few days or so. Though most of the construction is from ABS plastic (or similar high grade stuff), the unit has that traditional look and feel.
    Looks like real Fire
    Overall this electric fireplace is doing a better job than I expected. I’ve ran the unit for continuous 12 hours and then intermittently during my test period. Everything is perfect so far. Please do check out the pictures to see what exactly you get and how it looks. Colour reproduction is luckily almost accurate.

    Seller supplied the fireplace for testing purposes and opinion shared is based on my own experience and testing environment / equipments.

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