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“not bad, but not brillaint”

Written on: 04/03/2014 by Brooklynng358 (1 review written)

Gas canisters only last 2 hours each!(I hadn't read that info on the page) Portable gas fire will never ignite by pulling out ring and turning dial at same time, so I just turn the dial and light with a gas lighter-immediately! Had to send the first fire back as couldn't get it to light at all. Then bought box of 28 gas canisters from ebay seller for £1 each, so they will last quite a bit longer. If I order 4 from Go Outdoors at £6.99, plus £5 postage, works out too expensive to run. When it is going, it gives off good heat. So on that basis, I am pleased with it. I sit in my shed and do water colour paintings, so it suits me fine in there. I couldn't find a heater for my shed anywhere, so this will do me. On the whole, I am happy enough with it.

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Gooutdoors's Comment

Written on: 05/03/2014

Hi there,

Thanks for the feedback on your product. One thing we must flag up is to make sure your shed is ventilated enough or you could have a build up of carbon monoxide in there from the gas heater which could be potentially lethal. We don't recommend using these heaters in enclosed spaces.

Brandon
GO Outdoors Web Team

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2014March's Comment

Written on: 05/03/2014

yes thankyou, I am aware of this. I leave the doors slightly open, and there are 4 windows on one side, so there is quite a gap above them which I think is okay for the fumes. I have the fire on a low setting too. thanks for advice anyway

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