Duraflame 00647 Colorful Firelog, 5 Lb
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- "DURAFLAME" FIRELOG
- Burns with festive colorful flames
- Burns up to 3 hours
- 6 pack
- 5 lb
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Top Customer Reviews
I've long seen these at my local stores and the idea of a color changing log sounded really fun and I felt that it could be handy to have around. (Come on, who hasn't had their bigger wood pile rained on at some point in time, making for a long arduous task of drying the wood out?)
As far as its long lasting properties go, this log does last a long time and does a good job of helping to get the fire going. However, when it comes to the color changing parts, it's not as great. The log might light up quickly, but it takes an incredibly long time to actually start changing colors. Even then, it was only tiny little flickers of green. It took about 1-2 hours for the colors to really start coming out and even then it was still muted in relation to the far bigger normal flames. I wasn't expecting huge blasts of color flames to begin with, but this was just disappointing.
What colors does it have? Well, there's a little bit of blue and green in the fire, but that's about it. If you're hoping for an explosion of colors then you're going to be sorely disappointed. If you're content with flickers of green and blue, then go ahead and buy this.
Since the price point for the color logs isn't any different than the price for the regular Duraflame logs, I'll probably buy this again. It's a handy thing to have around and it will undoubtedly be useful in helping start fires with partially damp wood. But as a purely aesthetic thing? Nah. Not worth the money. There appears to be other things you can purchase that will change your fire into different colors, so if all you're looking for are pretty colors, you'd probably want to look elsewhere.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased two boxes of these at our local Giant Food store at the bargain price of $13.99. Sounded like a great price but neither box had colors. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Emory Leonard
I thought the colors would be brighter but they weren't they do work for what they are a log with some colorsPublished on June 5, 2013 by Burt F. Cypress
I really like Duraflame logs, so much so that we don't even bother with real wood fires anymore-- it's just not worth the hassle. Read morePublished on November 26, 2009 by Mark Hornig