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      05.08.2000 03:50
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      Hotspot heaters are the latest way in which you can show off to the neighbours! If you’ve got a patio then the Hotspot heater is a ‘must-have’. Looking like a cross between a lamp-post and a 'Coolie' with a coil round his legs, this unique piece of garden furniture is the height of summer chic. It stands only 2.25 m high and weighs only 14 kg (that’s 7 bags of sugar to those 'pre-metrics' among us). On a chilly night this could mean the difference between the barbecue to end all barbecues or a cold, unhappy group of people who think you’ve completely lost your 'street cred'. A 13 kg canister of propane will, the manufacturers claim, last for 20-30 hours, - just in case you want the party to be an 'all-nighter'! The fact that this litte wonder is made in this country tells me that the manufacturer knows the British climate only too well! Average selling price is £349; but it’s presently selling on letsbuyit.com for around £273 and this figure will go down if you all want one! GG

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