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New Brava Radiant Electronic gas fire from Valor

Valor has launched a new version of its popular Brava Radiant gas fire with electronic ignition, which offers the high efficiency and powerful heat output of the existing Brava Radiant manual model plus an improved, easy-to-use ignition.

Brava Radiant Electronic gas fire

Featuring classic teak side and top wood panels to complement a variety of fire surrounds, the Brava Radiant Electronic boasts a battery-operated ignition that is conveniently situated on the top of the fire for ease of use. 

Combining an impressive heat efficiency of 80% and a 4.0kW heat output, the Brava is the ideal solution for any functional living space in need of affordable warmth and can be easily controlled thanks to the accessible top control with a choice of four heat options.

Product marketing manager Tracey Falshaw said: “The new Brava Radiant Electronic follows the success of the manual model, which has been a firm favourite for many years.

“This new model boasts Valor’s easy-to-use electronic ignition and control panel, which means customers can still enjoy all the heat and efficiency benefits of the Brava Radiant model, but with improved functionality and convenience.”

Available from leading merchants and fireplace retailers, the Brava Radiant Electronic is suitable for all chimney and flue types and forms part of Valor’s high efficiency range of gas fires, which offer superb levels of performance at very low running costs.    

For more information visit valor.co.uk.

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