Duraflame DFI-5010-01 Infrared Quartz Fireplace Stove with 3D Flame Effect, Black
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- The infrared heat helps to maintain the natural humidity within the air, resulting in moist, comfortable heat without drying out the room's air
- Patent pending 3D flame effect technology offers a layered flame effect to create a truly realistic fire experience with 5 adjustable brightness settings
- Durable metal body construction with side viewing windows and a beveled glass, operable door
- Realistic flame effect with glowing log and ember bed can be operated with or without heat, providing the ambiance of a gentle rolling fire all year long
- Safe for kids and pets - stays cool to the touch
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Duraflame (R) DFI-5010-01 Infrared Quartz Fireplace Stove with 3-D Flame Effect
The Duraflame Infrared Quartz Fireplace Stove is the perfect addition to any room, especially in small living spaces, to add heat exactly where it’s needed. It’s convenient, easily portable, and good for use around children and pets.
This Infrared Quartz Fireplace Stove is easy to move wherever it’s needed and infrared heat helps maintain the natural humidity in the room, for a comfortable heat that doesn’t dry out the air.
- 5,200 BTU heater warms up to 1,000 square feet
- 3D flame effect for more realistic effect
- Adjustable thermostat for more control of environment
- Remote control
- Flame effect operates with or without heat
- Kind to the environment
- Cool to the touch – safe around kids and pets
Why choose a Duraflame Infrared Quartz Fireplace Stove?
Realistic 3D Flame Effect
Watching the flames dance just got better with our patent-pending 3D flame effect. Flames behind, in front of, and in between the log set create a realistic, layered look to the flame effect that feels like being in front of a real wood-burning fireplace, without the mess and hassle. Five adjustable brightness settings let you customize the look of the flame effect to suit the room, the weather, even your mood.
Peace of Mind with Safer Plug (TM)
Patent-pending Safer Plug (TM) fire prevention technology gives you peace of mind. Safer Plug monitors plug temperature with a built-in thermometer. Should the plug temperature rise above safe levels, the plug will immediately shut off, preventing overheating and potentially a dangerous fire.
Like standing in the rays of the sun, infrared technology produces heat that warms you instantly, even as it heats a large area. Plus, infrared heat helps you create a healthier home environment because its gentle heat maintains natural humidity in the air, rather than drying air out, so your family’s skin and airways don’t dry out either. Infrared heating also reduces static electricity, unlike traditional heaters.
Zone Heating Saves You Money
Zone Heating is a simple way to save money. In many homes, certain rooms, like bedrooms, dens, and basements, may not be occupied all day long. With zone heating you can shut off heated air blown in different sections, or zones, so unoccupied space doesn’t get heated. Turning down your thermostat by 10 – 15 degrees for 8 hours a day can save as much as ten percent off your heating bill.*
*Energy Information Administration.
On a cold night, warm up to 1,000 square feet with this infrared quartz electric stove. The infrared heat helps to maintain the natural humidity within the air, resulting in moist, comfortable heat without drying out the room's air. This electric stove features a durable metal body construction with side viewing windows and a beveled glass, operable door. Patent pending 3D flame effect technology offers a layered flame effect to create a truly realistic fire experience with five adjustable brightness and speed settings. The realistic flame effect with glowing log and ember bed can be operated with or without heat, providing the ambiance of a gentle rolling fire all year long. This portable stove is easy to assemble and can be operated with buttons on the unit or with the included remote control.
Manufactured and distributed by Twin-Star International, Inc., under license from Duraflame, Inc. duraflame, the flame symbol and logo are registered trademarks of Duraflame, Inc.
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If I had to rate the effects of this stove from 1 to 10 (With 10 being a real fire), I'd have to give it a solid 8! I'd give it a 9 if it had some sort of crackling sound effects! That is how good the 3-D flames on this are, right down to the glowing embers. I've had guests avoid touching it, thinking they would get burned! (Obviously, the unit does not get hot to the touch!!!! Very safe if you have young kids. And yes, my cat sleeps on it!) It does have a fan to blow heat. Is it loud? When the room is absolutely dead silent, yes, you can hear the fan. Under normal circumstances, like with conversation or TV, it is not noticeable at all.
I live in South Florida. Yes, believe it or not, some of the winter nights here can get quite cold. I think this little heater will do just the trick to take the chill off. I don't buy the 1,000 sq. ft. claim. Keep in mind, when you plug into a regular 110/120 volt outlet (standard house outlets), the most heat you'll get is 5,000 to 5,500 BTU. (For comparison, a kerosene heater can make up to 25,000 BTU.) So, it makes no difference if your electric heater is 20-inches high, or 6-foot in size. Size doesn't matter, volts do. And 110 volts will only get you 5,500 max BTU's no matter what you do, period!
With that said, don't look to use this heater as a main source of heat (Unless you live in a warm climate to begin with). 5,000 watts will not bring a house to a pleasant 74-degrees if the outside ambient temperature is like 30-degrees! Instead, look to use this heater as a supplement to your main heating system to keep your home (or medium room) a bit more comfortable.
Functionally it heats great like my other infrared heater and looks very realistic like a real fire. The light adjustments for the fire are cool too, allowing you to adjust different levels of flames.
Structurally it is very solid with a sheet metal housing (I think probably layered over a structure because it feels quite solid) and beveled glass. It has
Plastic legs but they are secured with 3 screws each and very sturdy. There is nothing cheap of flimsy about it.
We have an older home (about 75 years old) with hardwood/cement floors (no carpet), older storm windows and 3 interior doors leading to the outside. Last year I had the house 'weatherized' and this year I've put up thermal curtains in all the windows, have added medium size area rugs in most rooms, also have covered one of the doors leading outside with plastic. Winters here the temps drop into the low 20's on snowy nights and highs range between 30's and 50's for December, January and the first part of February. Those are the coldest months for us. Normally we would use a 22-year-old Central Heat/Air unit that sits on top of the house for all our heating but over the last few years that has become unreliable. The last plumber/electrician I called out when the unit stopped working was hesitant to touch the unit because he said it is a 'electrical nightmare' (a handyman of the previous house owner spliced wires and connected them in unsafe ways to repair the unit and now it has become dangerous for electricians and plumbers to repair). This year the unit has gone out again. I would like to avoid paying $300 for another plumber to come out and 'patch' up the unit enough for it to work hopefully the entire winter (last year the plumber said it was iffy if the unit would last the entire winter).
For me, the issue is keeping my old home warm this winter without the use of the Central Heat unit. Normally my gas/electric bill for the coldest months range on average $170 combined, so my goal is to stay below that cost per month with Zone Heating using space heaters in the rooms we use the most.
I have done lots of research on Zone Heating to warm homes without the use of any other Central Heating units and the cost is supposed to be lower, but that I am not able to say because this is my winter without Central Heating.
My reasons for picking this heater is because I wanted something that will stay cool to the touch and is hard to knock over because I have a 3-year-old and cats that are curious about anything in the house and I don't want any of them getting burned. I wanted a heater that would comfortably warm an ice cold room (old house, it gets very cold) both day and night and one that will last not only this winter but the next winter too.
I don't want anything with plastic around it because an older infrared heater we had was plastic casing and the control knobs melted off the top of it.
I wanted a heater that has a reputable name, is metal, not plastic, will also have the fireplace look to it, because I have always wanted a fireplace and the ability to move it around (has to be light).
This heater is light, easy to move from one room to the other. Large enough to heat comfortably and quickly a medium size bedroom and quiet enough to leave on while sleeping. You can hear the fan but it is not much louder than most fan heaters and projects heat at least 3 feet in front of the unit but in a closed room it will comfortably warm the room. Cool to the touch, except a little warm on the top front where the heat comes out, but not hot to burn small hands or an animal. One of my cats likes to lay on top of the heater while it is on. The front door is glass and so are the sides. The unit is all metal, except the legs that are easy to attach.
I'd recommend this heater. I am in the process of buying a couple more for the other bedrooms and smaller rooms in my home.