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The Rafael Premium Gel & Ethanol Fireplace Review

This popular bio ethanol fireplace is available in a broad range of colours including nut (shown in the picture below), walnut, black, white, red, oak, cherry, granite dark, granite light and nature.

rafael premium gel and ethanol fireplace

The Rafael Premium is constructed from either Pinewood or lacquered medium density fibreboard (depending on which finish you go for).

One of the useful features of this fireplace is that it can run on both bioethanol liquid as well as ethanol gel depending on which you prefer.

What Comes in the Box?

This bio ethanol fire comes equipped with plenty of bits and pieces to help you make it look it's best and get the most out of it.

When you receive your order you will get all of the following delivered:

  • 1 Firebox - this is the combustion chamber, the black bit in the middle of the fireplace where the flames are contained.
  • 3 fuel filling cans - these are cans which will fit in the exact amount of fuel your fire needs so that you don't overfill it.
  • 3 pieces of ceramic wool - this is placed into the burn chamber and helps to increase the burn time of your fuel by up to 35%.
  • 1 Metal Stand
  • 3 Litres of high quality Bio ethanol fuel
  • 1 stainless steel flame extinguishing tool
  • 10 decorative white stones

When you receive your fireplace it will come already assembled so all you have to do is take it out of the box, place your decorative stones, fuel it up, light it and you're away!

Dimensions and Weight

This is a good sized fireplace isnt too dissimilar in size to a traditional fireplace. With a width of 90cm, height of 80cm and depth of 30cm.

It is quite a substantial fireplace weighing 28kg. Although it is not the lightest it is not so heavy that you will be unable to move it from room to room if you wish to, however make sure that you do not move it alone.

 

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Our Ranking

We ranked this fireplace # in our list of the best Bio Ethanol Fires. See the full list here.

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