What stands out
- Keeps you toasty in the garden all year round
- 3 heat settings – 900W, 1200W and 2100W
- Tall standing design, safely out of reach
- Golden tube heating element delivers instant heat
- A natural light creates lower UV levels and less glare
- Heats up to 15m² – perfect for up to six people
- Lightweight aluminium design makes installation easy
This freestanding patio heater offers a simple and safe solution to keep you warm on your patio, decking, or simply in the garden, all year round. Featuring clear halogen tube heating elements which delivers instant heat. The build quality of this heater is very high with a silver steel coating and finish and a heavy 17KG weight, keeping it secure in place during high winds.
The built-in umbrella and waterproof design, it is perfect for keeping the fun going even in poor weather. Freestanding, this patio heater can be paired with a BBQ, patio furniture or near your back door, making it a great addition to any garden.
- Dimensions: H 205cm W 58cm
- Weight: 17kg
- Heating element: Clear halogen tube
- Design: Freestanding
- Cable length: 1.8m
- Safety features: Protective net over the bulb
- IP55 rating
Why choose an electric heater?
Safe to use
Wall-mounted or connected to a weighted stand, all of our electric patio heaters are designed with safety in mind. Fall protection is an excellent feature in those heaters with stands, they immediately power off in the event of being knocked over. All our heaters also have a protective net over the heating bulb, keeping everyone safe by preventing any touching.
Operated by a single switch to power on and off and adjust the temperature level, they’re easy to use. Some even have a remote control, so there’s no need to get too close. Check the product description for individual safety and ease of use features before choosing yours.
Safe to keep outdoors
All of our electric garden heaters feature a weatherproof rating which protects them against showers, splashes and dust. This means they’re safe to keep outdoors through the summer, but we recommend they’re brought indoors or securely covered when the weather takes a turn for the worst.