Napoleon's Alluravision 74 inch linear electric fireplaces stand out from the rest with their nearly frameless viewing area that highlights the unique flame colors. The Alluravision 74 Deep features a soft fade in and out when turned on and off and they can be used as a heater at any time with or without the flame being on. Set the mood with yellow, orange, blue and multicolor flames with the push of a button. Easy to use, this electric fireplace is plug and play - just hang on the wall and plug it in. The Alluravision 74 Deep can also be hardwired to 120V or 240V. The accent lights and driftwood logs with topaz glass embers make beautiful additions to the deep model. Napoleon's Alluravision Series linear electric fireplaces are about adding the fireplace, and not the frame to your favorite room.
- South Beach Log Set Included
- Crystal clear cube ember bed included
- Up to 9,000 BTU's and 2,800 Watts - warms up to 800 sq. ft.
- Simply plugs into a 120V wall outlet or can be hard wired to 120V or 240V.
- Can be fully recessed into the wall for a flush appearance or easily hang on the wall with a built-in bracket
- Six different ember bed color options; White, Blue, Green, Red, Yellow and Purple
- Five different flame speed options
- Four flame brightness options
- Four flame color options; blue, orange and multi-color
- Paintable cord cover included (covers cord and can be painted to blend in with existing decor)
- High intensity LED lights provide day or night intensity and require no servicing
- On screen controls dim after 10 seconds disappearing completely off screen
- Whisper quiet blower with boost function included
- Full feature remote control included (controls flame speed, color, brightness, blower, heat output and timer)
- When turning the appliance on and off the flames gradually start and stop
|Dimensions||17 5/16"H x 76 3/4"W x 6 1/6"D|
|BTU Output||up to 9,000|
|Watts||up to 2800|
Wall Mount, Partial Recess, Fully Recessed
|Warning CA residents-Prop 65|
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