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Southern Enterprises Narita Glazed Pine Media Console with Electric Fireplace

Item# 268-SEI2035-1-AF | Model# SEI2035-1 | Added on July 1, 2012 | Seller: Hayneedle
Southern Enterprises Narita Glazed Pine Media Console with Electric Fireplace
$369.98
$888.99
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Description
Mantel supports 85 lbs. up to 50-in. TVsFirebox dimensions: 23W x 20H in.Overall dimensions: 48W x 16.25D x 32.5H in.Contemporary electric fireplace with glazed pine finishRemote control included (takes 2 AAA batteries; not included)Realistic flickering flame effectAdjustable thermostat and flame-brightness control120-volt 60-Hz 1500-watt 12.5-Amp 5000 BTUs. The handsome Southern Enterprises Narita Glazed Pine Media Console with Electric Fireplace is a versatile media display center cleverly built into a cozy fireplace. Side cabinets include adjustable shelves and the open electronics shelf on top has convenient concealed access holes for cabling to keep your room looking tidy and organized. The stylish glazed pine finish includes distressing and worm holes for a natural antiqued look. This easy-to-use fireplace requires no electrician. Just plug it in turn it on and enjoy the cozy atmosphere and LED flames in your home or office. It's energy-efficient too. It heats 400 sq. feet using about the same energy as a coffee maker and produces zero emissions or pollutants. It's safe as well: the glass stays cool to the touch. So kick off your shoes pick up the included remote control and start relaxing in the warm glow. Plus you can enjoy the flames year-round with or without heat. Top shelf dimensions: 46W x 15D x 7H inchesSide cabinet dimensions: 9W x 14D x 21H inches About SEI (Southern Enterprises Inc.)This item is manufactured by Southern Enterprises or SEI. Southern ... read more
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