Egloo - Your personal fireplace powered by candle
Egloo - Your personal fireplace powered by candle

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This Little Device Makes You Feel Like You Have Your Own Fireplace Anywhere, Anytime


Italian-built Egloos combine five innovative, reimagined elements to provide customers with a unique way to heat their homes.

Egloo is a new eco-friendly way to heat, scent and humidify your room enclosed in a smart product with a unique design. 

Imagine being able to bring your fireplace with you wherever you go and forever change the way you experience YOUR home. Whit Egloo, we create moments that engage all of your senses: the soothing sound of a crackling fire, the long-lasting scent that fills your home, the warm and enveloping warmth, the suffused ambient light...

In terms of aesthetic, Egloo is ideal to have around because it is both functional and rather stylish even when it is off. 

Bring art into your homes and gives to each room a Unique Personal Touch!


The Egloo has five unique elements each engineered to contribute something to the overall gadget. There's a base, a steel plate, a grill, and two nested domes. 

The base allows enough room for the steel plate to fit comfortably. The plate has two parts -- one for water and the other for the wax and wooden sticks. A metal grill sits atop the base. The grill supports the two handcrafted domes. There's space between the two domes that forces hot air out and to disperse around the room. The terracotta used is a high-heat terracotta literally called "terra da fiamma." On average, it takes about 15 minutes for the terracotta to warm up; after that, the domes can start expelling excess heat and warming up a room. 

Want something a bit more artistic than the traditional three colors offered? Egloo partnered with Italian artisans to put their personal flairs on Egloo. Then, the company selected the designs they liked the most to sell to consumers. Each hand-painted Egloo is in a limited quantity and comes with a certificate of authenticity. 

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