Firefly Outdoor Freestanding Electric Garden Patio Heaters


Set of 2 Black Firefly 2kW Outdoor Freestanding Electric Quartz Bulb Garden Patio Heaters – 3 Power Settings. Make the perfect atmosphere during the colder months and keep warm whule enjoying your outdoor areas.

  • Cheap to operate – less than 10p an hour running cost
  • Versatile – IPX4 approval means that this heater is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use
  • Equipped with over-heat protection – family friendly and safe
  • Made from steel – stylish, durable and long lasting
  • Multiple heat settings – allows you to adjust the temperature depending on the weather, helping you to save both energy and money

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Blumfeldt Hot Roddy

Garden Outdoor Quartz 2KW Electric Patio Heater Steel Adjustable Free Standing

  • Adjustable height; 45 degree up-down adjustable heating element;
  • 2 metres power cord;
  • Offers both heat and light; Safety over-heat protection;
  • Heated area up to 15 square meter;
  • Power: 220-240V, 2000W; Three heat settings (650W, 1350W, 2000W);

Free-standing infrared heater


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  1. There is no clear instruction on assembling the stand. Would you advice?

  2. It should be quite easy to assemble. Assemble top part with large locking nut and centre stand first. You may have trouble aligning holes for screws. Do not tap top of stand. You will break the centre shaft.
    Connect bottom stand to the other two.
    Turn over the flat base ( suggest glueing) and press in the rubber. Feet into the holes.
    Turn over the flat base and unscrew the three silver screws. Place the assembled shaft over the top of the base and screw partly into it. Meantime with the base on it’s side screw the L shaped threaded/plain key into the base of the assembled shaft. Tighten but not too hard. Place base down and finish screwing in the three screws.
    Now release the large black nut at the top of the shaft. This can be used to extend the hieght. Pull the inside out about 3″ or 7cm and tighten the nut.
    Carefully drop the heating element on to this,making sure it goes in fully in. If not take off and lengthen the centre.
    Tighten large nut again. Fasten the heating unit by tightening using the black knurled screw at the back.
    The angle of heater can be adjusted using a screwdriver on the side locking screw.
    Do not use a mallet on the top knocking down to get the 4 screws to match up! It will damage the extending shaft at the top.

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