A cozy fire is fun all year round. Anyone who has a fire at home – whether a fireplace or a fireplace in the garden – can get together around the fire as they please. However, a campfire or fireplace costs money and space. If you are looking for a cheap and space-saving alternative, but don't want to miss out on the beautiful campfire atmosphere, you should think about purchasing a table fireplace.
A table fireplace impresses with its simplicity. All you need is a model of your choice and fuel. Wood and kindling aids are completely eliminated. In addition, a table fireplace fits into every apartment and costs far less than building a fireplace. You can use tabletop fireplaces both indoors and outdoors if you follow the safety instructions. Of course, a table fireplace offers a different atmosphere than the classic fireplace or campfire, but it is a nice alternative for everyone who likes to sit around the fire and wants to save space and money. You only have to do without the typical crackling sound of burning wood, but a table fireplace also provides warmth.
Here you will find a selection of different models.
This tabletop fireplace has tempered glass side panels, a sturdy steel base and protective feet. Therefore, this model is suitable for indoor use. You simply fill the container with bioethanol and light it. The burning time should be around an hour. There is a funnel for filling in the fuel, but the fuel is not included.
Thanks to a glass cylinder, the flames of this swirl of flames are made to rotate, so that the fire rises impressively upwards. The table fireplace is suitable for both outdoors and indoors and is fueled with bioethanol, a natural and sustainable alcohol that burns without soot or smoke.
The round table fireplace is particularly space-saving and should fit in every apartment and on every table, no matter how small. Bioethanol is also used as fuel.
The classic table fireplace works with bioethanol. The liquid bioethanol is located in a burning bowl and is inserted into the bioethanol fireplace as a gel or paste in cans. Practical: The bioethanol fireplace produces neither smoke nor soot. Bioethanol is the name given to ethanol that has been produced exclusively from biomass (such as grain, potatoes or sugar cane). The fuel consists of about 95 percent vegetable alcohols. Do not leave bioethanol open, otherwise it can ignite at temperatures around 21 degrees.
Never leave the table fireplace burning unattended. Although the fire in the glass is well protected, it is still real fire and can start a fire. Do not light the table fireplace if fuel has been spilled next to the burner intended for combustion. In addition, models without a safety burner should be completely filled before lighting so that the gases can escape from the cavity.
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