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- ASIN: B0052RNHE2
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 26 May 2011
- Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,816 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)
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10kg La Hacienda Heatblox Wood
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- 10kg heatblox reconstituted wood
- Use for chiminea, stove, fire basket or firepit
- Come in packs of 12 logs
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Top Customer Reviews
I am currently writing this review next to six of these burning logs and can easily say they are excellent. Initially they give off lot's of smoke, but then begin to calm down. If you're a person, who doesn't like smoke, well then i would advise not building a fire as it's just unavoidable.
I wasn't going to get these logs due to many of the reviews saying the logs themselves didn't give off much heat, but this has left me totally perplexed as i am sitting three feet away and can feel the heat against my body. I can only surmise that people are not putting enough of them on, as i said i have put six on and they are going nicely.
They've been on roughly an hour now and are starting to die down so, not too sure of the length they were supposed to last, but that's why i got some of the bigger, instant fire logs on the site.
I hope this reaview will help other's make a good decision.
Great for ressurrecting a nearly burnt out fire! Look perfectly acceptable next to real logs in a basket on the hearth.
Reasons for 4 star instead of 5:
Cost - a little steep
Difficult to separate by hand along division lines (that you cas see in picture) - I use a chissel!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Buy elsewhere for £3.99, light easily, no smoke, last a while but cheaper elsewherePublished 5 months ago by Derek Pinckard
Burn super hot, clean and tidy too, each log lasts and hour or so, maybe two if your fire burns slow.Published 12 months ago by Vicky Lee
With the right starting material to get them alight they definitely burn well. Don't let them get wet - they fall apart!Published 12 months ago by MikeB