Sunred Silver 3000 Hanging/Wall

Heating range
Mounting surface
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Current product
Price 208,- 279,- 350,- 257,- 242,95
Mounting surface Ceiling, Wall Ceiling, Patio umbrella, Wall Ceiling, Patio umbrella, Wall Ceiling, Wall Ceiling, Wall
Type of heating element Rose Gold Golden tube Golden tube Golden tube Golden tube
Heating range 30 m2 22 m2 20 m2 12 m2 20 m2

Product information

Key specs

Created with Sketch. Heat source
Created with Sketch. Mounting surface
Ceiling, Wall
Created with Sketch. Type of heating element
Rose Gold
Created with Sketch. Heating range
30 m2
Created with Sketch. Usage costs per hour
0,66 euro

Pros and cons

According to our patio heater expert
  • Pros:
    The rose gold coating on the heating element creates an even more intense heat.
  • Pros:
    This patio heater loses virtually no heat due to wind.
  • Pros:
    You can adjust the patio heater's heat intensity from the comfort of your chair using the included remote.
  • Con:
    A tripod isn't included.
Product Expert patio heaters

Bring an effective patio heater into your home with the Sunred Silver 3000 Hanging/Wall. This 3,000-watt wall heater is equipped with a halogen light that has a layer of rose gold leaf. This element makes the patio heater emit an intenser heat, without emitting bright, red light. A great advantage of this light is that it isn't affected by the wind. It also has IP54 certification, which means it's splash proof. To increase the user-friendliness, the patio heater comes with a remote so you can control the heat from your garden, balcony, patio, or conservatory from the comfort of your chair. Go to the manual to find out where you can and can't hang your product.

Advice from our expert: 1 heater can heat up closed-off and windy patios of more than 25m².

A patio heater uses more power to start up: peak voltage. You can reduce this peak current with a soft starter, so it doesn't overload your electric circuit. This way, you'll prevent the fuses from blowing.  If a patio heater has multiple settings, use the lowest setting first for a lower peak voltage.

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