There’s nothing quite like the effect of a real fire. It creates a wonderful feeling of comfort, but an open fire can be inconvenient and messy.
This is why Dimplex has created the Opti-myst range of electric fires that use unique, patented technology to create the world’s most realistic electric flame and smoke effect. It is a truly astonishing illusion which you can see for yourself below, brilliantly using light reflected from an ultra-fine water mist to create the convincing flames and smoke.
Unlike installing a gas fire, where you need to consider flue and gas connection constraints, the cost of specialist installation and the need for annual servicing, an Opti-myst electric fire or stove from Dimplex is easy to install – many do not even require a fireplace!
Unlike conventional open fires, Dimplex electric fires require little maintenance or cleaning. You just need to make sure the Opti-myst fire is regularly topped up with water, and you can enjoy the cosiness of the flames all year round.
Perfect for warming up your favourite room, all Dimplex Opti-myst fires are 100% efficient at point of use, which means no heat is wasted. Fires featuring a room-sensing thermostat will even measure and maintain a selected comfortable room temperature for you with minimum effort.
You can also turn off the heat and use just the flame effect independently on milder days, or when the central heating comes on. You get all the effect of a real fire for the running cost of a small light or two.
Opti-myst also comes in a wide range of choices to suit any home, from electric fires for stylish modern apartments to traditional baskets and stoves that bring a country home feel to any room.
To find your nearest retailer simply select a fire you like the look of and click on the “Where can I see this product on display” button. Enter your postcode when prompted and the website will present you with a list of local retailers who will be happy to demonstrate the chosen Opti-myst fire and provide advice on the product that best suits your needs.
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