Napoleon CLEARion See Thru 50 Inch Electric Fireplace with Black Trim - NEFBD50H

Model: NEFBD50H
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  • The CLEARion See Thru Electric Fireplace is the first ever truly see through electric fireplace. A CLEARion Electric Fireplace can be plugged in or hardwired directly into your electrical system creating a relaxing environment in two rooms. This unique fireplace can heat separate rooms at different rates, increasing the comfort of two spaces at the same time. Customize this fireplace with either a sparkling crystal media ember bed or the hand-painted South Beach Logs with Topaz Glass Embers; both sets are included. Illuminated from below by LED, color-changing lights, both ember bed styles glow with a luxurious feel that can be seen from two rooms.

    1. Dimensions 18 3/8"h x 50"w x 8 1/6"d
    2. The First Truly See Through Electric Fireplace
    3. Variety of Ember Bed and Flame Colors
    4. Up to 9,000 BTU’s and 3,000 Watts
    5. Created with patented technology
    6. Viewing Area: 12"h x 43 5/8"w per side
    7. Warms up to 800 sq. ft.
    8. Can be hard wired to 120V or 240V
    9. Ten different ember bed color options; Orange, Red, Blue, Yellow, Green, Purple, SkyBlue, Magenta, White & Pink
    10. Three flame color options; blue, orange and multi-color
    11. Five different flame speed options
    12. South Beach Logs and Topaz Glass Embers included
    13. Crystal Media Included
    14. High intensity LED lights provide day or night intensity and require no servicing
    15. Full feature remote control included (controls flame speed, color, brightness, blower, heat output and timer)
    16. Two thin black powder coated surrounds included, one per side
    17. Optional black and stainless thick depth steel surrounds available for installations into a double 2x4 wall

    Model NEFBD50H (120V/240V)
    BTU 5000/9000
    Actual 50
    Framing 49
    Actual 17 11/16
    Framing 17 15/16
    Actual 9
    Framing 8
    Viewing Area 12 X 43 5/8


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