Large Cast Iron Chiminea
The Toldeo Large Cast Iron Chiminea is one of the largest chimineas in our range
It stands at an impressive 146cm high and has a bowl diameter of 53cm
So there’s plenty of room for fuel meaning you get some great warmth to keep you cosy as you sit and enjoy your garden
Order online now and we’ll send you a free cover worth £27.99
Large Cast Iron Chiminea Features
- Toledo specification: 100% cast iron
- Strong and durable, long-lasting
- Supplied with swivel cast iron BBQ grill with balcony
- Hinged mesh door, rain lid, decorative cast iron legs and tool
- Burns any solid fuel: wood, charcoal or coal
- Suitable for big fires
- Jumbo size
- 5-year guarantee
- Colour is bronze
It is important you observe the instructions and maintenance recommendations.
Metal chimeneas will rust. How much they rust is dependant on whether they are left outside in all weathers, how much they are used, how they are looked after. All can be re-painted. Rust does not affect use.
Metal chimeneas surfaces can become very hot in use and will burn the skin if touched. We recommend the use of a chimenea guard when small children are present.
USER INSTRUCTIONS OUTDOORS
Please read the following instructions and recommendations and use CAUTION at all times for the safe enjoyment of your real patio fire. Please keep these instructions in a safe place so you can read them again from time to time.
ALWAYS FOLLOW THE USER INSTRUCTIONS. Failure to do so may result in personal accidents or fires spreading to property. Please remember, you are dealing with a real fire.
PLACE your real patio fire on a FLAT surface; you should NOT place it on a sloping surface where the fire might tip over.
This should be a NON-FLAMMABLE surface such as stone, gravel or bricks. Do not place on grass which may turn brown. Do not place on wood which may turn brown or catch fire. DO NOT PLACE ON DECKING which may turn brown or catch fire. Protect wooden decking with a FLOOR PROTECTOR or use bricks or concrete slabs.
DO NOT place your real patio fire near bushes or plants or under trees; the heat will damage the leaves and is a fire risk.
DO NOT place your real patio fire under an awning; it will burn or melt.
DO NOT place your real patio fire near garden furniture, especially made of fabric or woven plastic, which may melt or catch fire. We recommend at least one-metre minimum distance.
DO NOT make a real fire inside a conservatory or summer house or shed; real fires are designed to be outside, and fumes emanating from the fire made with wood, coal or charcoal are toxic and dangerous to health. Carbon monoxide gas has no colour nor odour and is deadly.
DO NOT touch the real patio fire when burning; the surface is hot and you will burn your fingers; protect your hands with a FIRE GLOVE. We recommend that gloves are used at all times.
DO NOT allow children, especially small children, near the fire. Do not allow pets near the fire.
DO NOT allow children to play or run around the fire. Prevent small children from coming close to the fire.
DO NOT over fuel the fire. If flames are coming out of the top of the chimenea, then the fire is too large.
DO NOT PANIC if fuel falls out of the chimenea or for any reason flames spread out from the fire, simply extinguish spreading flames with earth or sand or water or use a FIRE BLANKET immediately.
DO NOT throw water on a real fire other than in an extreme emergency.
DO NOT use petrol, paraffin or similar substances as firelighters or as a fuel. The best method is balled newspaper and kindling. The best fuel is wood or charcoal.
REMOVE the charcoal grill when not burning charcoal.
NEVER LEAVE A BURNING REAL PATIO FIRE UNATTENDED. Failure to do so may result in the fire spreading out of control and damage or destruction of property. Please ensure the fire is completely out before leaving the real patio fire unattended.
DO NOT attempt to move a real patio fire while the fire is burning.
We advise against using a real patio fire when it is windy or in the case of drought. Strong wind may tip the fire over which is a fire risk. Wind may also disperse burning material, which is a fire risk, particularly if the environment is dry as in the case of a drought.
Please be a good neighbour and be reasonable in the use of your patio fire, keep smoke and noise to a minimum.