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Old 15th January 2014, 21:19   #21
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Old 15th January 2014, 21:34   #22
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Can you send me details of the full range you have?

And is that 2 thirds or 2 to 3 litres?
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And is that 2 thirds or 2 to 3 litres?
Hi Graham, That's about a bottle and a half a week (3 litres) sometimes just 2 litres. Three types really Valencia, Madrid and Barcelona. Just took a pic of my Barcelona will get that up now.
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Barcelona : (excuse the quality cam phone) 2nd pic is scanned from my leaflet:






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Just thought I'd put up some recent reviews folks, for the 'Madrid'

"i bought this as an emergency little heater for when the electric, and therefore gas, are cut off. we get a lot of power cuts!
its not going to heat up like a butane burner but it will happily warm a reasonably sized room to a comfortable temperature. the real flame is also far more pleasing than a standard gas room heater, when youre sitting in the dark.
some people are complaining that it only burns for 2 hours max and munches its way through fuel. simple solution, dont treat this as if its on the mains. 1/2 an hour here and there when needed, you'll hardly notice the drop in temperature inbetween.
oh, and the fuel is far cheaper if you buy in bulk online"

Excellent and great value for money
"Brilliant fire looks great and heats up a fairly large lounge lovely in fact gets so warm even had to put fire out!!!!
Would definitely recommend"

"Sturdy well made and excellent value for money. Once lit it burnt for hours and heated up my living room as well which is 20ft long, cant fault it."

Highly Recommended
"This product was bought for ambience and it really works.
Excellent value for money, product easy to assemble, design looks good
and the warmth from this unit is more than you expect."

Shame i can only give it 5* coz it's well worth 10*
Bought mines tonight on special offer...had it assembled & lit within half an hour...and put out within 15 minutes coz it was soooo ****** warm lol.....great purchase very very happy, think the reviews speak for themselves :-) Remember buy your bio-ethanol as i nearly forgot lol"

Love love love
"Saw this on offer and forgot, went to a friends house who had just bought one and was blown away with the dramatic effect. Bought next day and love love love it the living room feels so cosy when it's lit and the heat is lovely with no smell what so ever of burning or fuel! Couldn't recommend more even for a small room"

Stylish and Functional
"Quick and Easy to put together - in use within half an hour from opening the box!
Completely portable (obviously when it's cool, not lit!)
Was worried about possible smell of bio-fuel whilst lit but using in a large room so hardly noticeable.
Would certainly recommend for someone who wants the opportunity of a real flame fire but with no chimney, flue etc.........it's ideal!"

Brilliant fire
"The fire is very efficient and easy to light. It heats a room easily and is a pleasing looking fire when it is lit. It gives the opportunity to have an open fire where you can't have a flue."

Very nice.
"Excellent! We bought this fire whilst on sale 20.10.12.
We got it home and assembled it very easily. All of the parts fitted perfectly.
It gives out plenty of heat and starts off with a blue flame which turns more yellowish. The glass gives the flames a slight reflection which serves to enhance the flames. It looks smart and performs well. Highly recommended."

Fab fireplace!!
"Bought this today, not really expecting too much, but have been very pleasantly surprised. It gives out great heat & looks fab! Now thinking of getting another for our conservatory. Very impressed :-)"
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