Give Dad This Must-Have Personal Fireplace This Father’s Day

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Fire represents many different things in different cultures. But no matter what you believe, there’s no denying that a flickering, open flame brings people together, whether it’s in the heart of your living room or the middle of your dining room table.

While fireplaces are a great way to add warmth, both literally and figuratively, to a room, not everyone’s lucky enough to have a working one in their homes. But with nifty inventions like this personal fireplace by FLÎKR®, you can experience the joys of a luxurious, open flame anytime, in any room of your house.

Unlike other fire sources, like candles, this personal fireplace allows you to safely enjoy a substantial, fireplace-like flame without worrying about a thing — or having to buy firewood. That’s because the FLÎKR® personal fireplace consists of easy-to-handle, well-constructed materials, perfect to use inside the home.

Sleek and stylish, this personal fireplace comes in a custom-made quartz-like base, adding a level of style to any tabletop you place it on. Then, with just a five-ounce pour of isopropyl, you’ll enjoy an impressive 50 minutes of burn-time, great for dinner parties or nights spent alone at home. But don’t worry, its thermal barrier protects your furniture from any damage.

In addition to keeping it inside your home toasty during the cooler months, the FLÎKR® personal fireplace can also be used outside on warm summer nights, great for sitting around as you roast marshmallows, crack open a cold one, and so much more. Versatile and easy to carry around, this innovative gadget is great for moving around the house or taking with you places. And judging by its many five-star reviews, praising it for its “convenience” and “expensive-looking exterior,” this thing makes for an excellent gift this Father’s Day.

For a limited time, you can get the FLÎKR® Fire2: Personal Fireplace for just $67.99 (reg. $95) with code WELOVEDAD.

Prices subject to change.


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