Kos fossile stone opti-myst fireplace

Kos fossile stone opti-myst fireplace

Xaralyn

Item number: ELP-10-020

Price £ 2.533,20


1 in stock

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Enjoy the opti-myst fireplace in fossil stone

A popular bestseller with an opti-myst fireplace insert that creates lifelike and authentic flames. The living flame combined with the decorative firewood creates a realistic fireplace effect - completely without fire hazard, soot, ash, or particles in the room.

Key features:
  • 108 x 119 x 39 cm
  • Harmless decorative LED flames
  • Decorative fireplace with firewood and artificial flame
  • Water vapor flame
The Kos fireplace is made by Xaralyn Clean Fire, which is a Dutch manufacturer. They are previously known as Ruby Fires but chose to change their name in 2019. Xaralyn produces a host of eco-friendly fireplaces such as bio fireplaces, electric fireplaces, and fireplaces with water vapor flame. They are often characterized by their production of large fireplaces. The actual insert in the fireplace front is made by Faber Dimplex, who has developed the unique water vapor technology.

The industry's most environmentally friendly fireplace. Water and electricity are the fuel in Kos, which have integrated a Cassette 600 | Albany fireplace insert. One is tempted to call the product a hybrid fireplace because we associate the word hybrid with the water and power powered product. The fireplace requires no cleaning and only minimal maintenance. The water tank in the Kos opti-myst fireplace must be filled directly from a faucet. That's all you need to do - in addition to, of course, lighting the fireplace and choosing the size of the flame. This fireplace is available with the following insert: Cassette 600 | Albany.

The stove itself is sturdy and firmly on the floor. Kos weighs 46,5 kg, measures 108 cm in height and 119 cm in length. Kos is thus a large and dominant fireplace that will decorate any room.

Fossil stone is a material that is created, processed, or altered by a fossilization process. The course replaces organic materials in stone. They seep into the rocks or the like, which eventually hardens. The final material gives the impression that the product has been fossilized over time.
The fireplaces get a flat and rough stone surface. The process is completely unique and special for the individual products. It also means that no two versions of Kos are 100% identical.