FLÎKR Fire

FLÎKR Fire Personal Concrete Fireplace

$98 $78.40
FLÎKR Fire Personal Concrete Fireplace
FLÎKR Fire

FLÎKR Fire Personal Concrete Fireplace

$98 $78.40
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Always double-check that the word "isopropyl" is on the bottle of alcohol you get. "Rubbing alcohol" can actually be different from "isopropyl rubbing alcohol" (it may contain camphor oil or other oils, which can leave undesirable soot).

Ambience, s’mores, your pick.

This mini FLÎKR Fire fireplace may pack a teensy footprint, but oh, we have lots to say about it. It’s built from sturdy concrete, and it’s just the ticket for creating an instant ambience (or, you know, whipping up some s’mores).

* Ready in 3, 2, 1: Just pour in a bit of rubbing alcohol, grab a match, and you’ve got yourself a new flame. * Refueling: Always wait 15 minutes between refueling and ensure previous fire is snuffed out before doing so. * Keeps on burning: 5 ounces of rubbing alcohol = 50ish minutes of burn time. Simple. * Clean as can be: Take a deep breath—this one creates soot only where the flame touches, and it’ll never dirty your ceiling. * Food safe: Yep, it’s totally game for cooking, too. (Someone grab the marshmallows and graham crackers.) * Perfectly portable: In the living room, out on the deck...it’s ready to add a little warmth indoors and out, with felt on the bottom to protect your precious surfaces. * Recommended use: In a ventilated area, larger than 300 square feet.

We've got a few tips to set you up for smooth sailing:

  • Don't use your tabletop fireplace with any other fuels such as bio ethanol.
  • As for refueling: Qait 15 minutes between burns and make sure the previous fire is snuffed out before doing so.
  • Isopropyl alcohol has a full combustion when burned, and soot is only created when there is a lack of oxygen. If you have an air-exchanger in your home or a tightly sealed home, make sure a window is open.
  • Always double-check that the word "isopropyl" is on the bottle of the alcohol you buy. "Rubbing alcohol" can actually be different from "isopropyl rubbing alcohol" in that it may contain camphor oil or other oils, which can leave undesirable soot.
  • Do not attempt to blow out the flame—just snuff it! We recommend using a stone drink coaster. (Just set it on top for a few seconds, and the lack of oxygen will make the flame go out on its own.)
  • Be sure to use your fireplace in a ventilated area larger than 300 square feet.
  • Made in: Chattanooga, TN
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

This mini FLÎKR Fire fireplace may pack a teensy footprint, but oh, we have lots to say about it. It’s built from sturdy concrete, and it’s just the ticket for creating an instant ambience (or, you know, whipping up some s’mores).

* Ready in 3, 2, 1: Just pour in a bit of rubbing alcohol, grab a match, and you’ve got yourself a new flame. * Refueling: Always wait 15 minutes between refueling and ensure previous fire is snuffed out before doing so. * Keeps on burning: 5 ounces of rubbing alcohol = 50ish minutes of burn time. Simple. * Clean as can be: Take a deep breath—this one creates soot only where the flame touches, and it’ll never dirty your ceiling. * Food safe: Yep, it’s totally game for cooking, too. (Someone grab the marshmallows and graham crackers.) * Perfectly portable: In the living room, out on the deck...it’s ready to add a little warmth indoors and out, with felt on the bottom to protect your precious surfaces. * Recommended use: In a ventilated area, larger than 300 square feet.

We've got a few tips to set you up for smooth sailing:

  • Don't use your tabletop fireplace with any other fuels such as bio ethanol.
  • As for refueling: Qait 15 minutes between burns and make sure the previous fire is snuffed out before doing so.
  • Isopropyl alcohol has a full combustion when burned, and soot is only created when there is a lack of oxygen. If you have an air-exchanger in your home or a tightly sealed home, make sure a window is open.
  • Always double-check that the word "isopropyl" is on the bottle of the alcohol you buy. "Rubbing alcohol" can actually be different from "isopropyl rubbing alcohol" in that it may contain camphor oil or other oils, which can leave undesirable soot.
  • Do not attempt to blow out the flame—just snuff it! We recommend using a stone drink coaster. (Just set it on top for a few seconds, and the lack of oxygen will make the flame go out on its own.)
  • Be sure to use your fireplace in a ventilated area larger than 300 square feet.

Ambience, s’mores, your pick.

This mini FLÎKR Fire fireplace may pack a teensy footprint, but oh, we have lots to say about it. It’s built from sturdy concrete, and it’s just the ticket for creating an instant ambience (or, you know, whipping up some s’mores).

* Ready in 3, 2, 1: Just pour in a bit of rubbing alcohol, grab a match, and you’ve got yourself a new flame. * Refueling: Always wait 15 minutes between refueling and ensure previous fire is snuffed out before doing so. * Keeps on burning: 5 ounces of rubbing alcohol = 50ish minutes of burn time. Simple. * Clean as can be: Take a deep breath—this one creates soot only where the flame touches, and it’ll never dirty your ceiling. * Food safe: Yep, it’s totally game for cooking, too. (Someone grab the marshmallows and graham crackers.) * Perfectly portable: In the living room, out on the deck...it’s ready to add a little warmth indoors and out, with felt on the bottom to protect your precious surfaces. * Recommended use: In a ventilated area, larger than 300 square feet.

We've got a few tips to set you up for smooth sailing:

  • Don't use your tabletop fireplace with any other fuels such as bio ethanol.
  • As for refueling: Qait 15 minutes between burns and make sure the previous fire is snuffed out before doing so.
  • Isopropyl alcohol has a full combustion when burned, and soot is only created when there is a lack of oxygen. If you have an air-exchanger in your home or a tightly sealed home, make sure a window is open.
  • Always double-check that the word "isopropyl" is on the bottle of the alcohol you buy. "Rubbing alcohol" can actually be different from "isopropyl rubbing alcohol" in that it may contain camphor oil or other oils, which can leave undesirable soot.
  • Do not attempt to blow out the flame—just snuff it! We recommend using a stone drink coaster. (Just set it on top for a few seconds, and the lack of oxygen will make the flame go out on its own.)
  • Be sure to use your fireplace in a ventilated area larger than 300 square feet.
  • Made in: Chattanooga, TN
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

This mini FLÎKR Fire fireplace may pack a teensy footprint, but oh, we have lots to say about it. It’s built from sturdy concrete, and it’s just the ticket for creating an instant ambience (or, you know, whipping up some s’mores).

* Ready in 3, 2, 1: Just pour in a bit of rubbing alcohol, grab a match, and you’ve got yourself a new flame. * Refueling: Always wait 15 minutes between refueling and ensure previous fire is snuffed out before doing so. * Keeps on burning: 5 ounces of rubbing alcohol = 50ish minutes of burn time. Simple. * Clean as can be: Take a deep breath—this one creates soot only where the flame touches, and it’ll never dirty your ceiling. * Food safe: Yep, it’s totally game for cooking, too. (Someone grab the marshmallows and graham crackers.) * Perfectly portable: In the living room, out on the deck...it’s ready to add a little warmth indoors and out, with felt on the bottom to protect your precious surfaces. * Recommended use: In a ventilated area, larger than 300 square feet.

We've got a few tips to set you up for smooth sailing:

  • Don't use your tabletop fireplace with any other fuels such as bio ethanol.
  • As for refueling: Qait 15 minutes between burns and make sure the previous fire is snuffed out before doing so.
  • Isopropyl alcohol has a full combustion when burned, and soot is only created when there is a lack of oxygen. If you have an air-exchanger in your home or a tightly sealed home, make sure a window is open.
  • Always double-check that the word "isopropyl" is on the bottle of the alcohol you buy. "Rubbing alcohol" can actually be different from "isopropyl rubbing alcohol" in that it may contain camphor oil or other oils, which can leave undesirable soot.
  • Do not attempt to blow out the flame—just snuff it! We recommend using a stone drink coaster. (Just set it on top for a few seconds, and the lack of oxygen will make the flame go out on its own.)
  • Be sure to use your fireplace in a ventilated area larger than 300 square feet.

Meet the Maker

FLÎKR Fire

Milford, CT
FLÎKR Fire was born out of the desire for a simple, safe, indoor fireplace—and oh, are we glad. Their personal fireplace, fashioned from gorgeous and sturdy concrete, is ready to add some cozy warmth anywhere you set it. It’s food safe too (aka, just the ticket for your next s’mores night).
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