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The Dimplex Meribel Opti-Myst electric stove is a gorgeous product that has a rustic and charming appearance. This electric stove is the epitome of fine, patient craftsmanship and was created with first-rate materials.
Although this electric stove possesses a rustic and charming vibe, it still manages to retain some elements of modernity. As a result, it can fit in very well in home designs of the present day. This Dimplex electric stove has a calming and comforting white enamel look. The pale finish gives home designs a pleasant, fresh and clean feel.
Some of the useful components that are part of this electric fire include thermostatic control, doors that open, fitted plug, quiet functioning and a fan heater that isn't at all visible.
Like the name reveals, this product has innovative Opti-Myst, an exciting technology. This fascinating form of technology produces smoke and flame effect that appear truly realistic. Many people are often actually fooled by them.
This electric stove has many benefits beyond its lovely appearance and efficient operations. If you're a busy individual who doesn't have a lot of free time to spare, you don't have to worry too much about upkeep of this product. It doesn't require much maintenance at all.
|Control Type||Remote Control|
|Electric Stoves||Realistic Smoke Effect with Heat Option|
|Efficiency %||100% electric|
|Heat Output||1.6kw to 2kw|
|Type of Stove||Free Standing Stove|
|Heat Type||Fan Convector|
|Brand||Dimplex Electric Stoves|
Customer Reviews 3 item(s)
- As good as the real thing
Looks great considering its electric
Review by Benjamin Z / (Posted on 26/06/2018)
- optymist stove
We could not have a gas stove as we had no chimney so were delighted to know we could have a realistic electric stove and much cheaper than a gas stove.
Review by Richard & Tina Sanderson / (Posted on 28/05/2018)
- Dimplex Smoke fire
Bought this from the Burnley shop - does exactly what it says on the tin & looks like a real woodfire
Review by David Burton / (Posted on 15/05/2018)