GIVEAWAY: win a Gazco eStudio electric fire worth up to £1,195

Transform your living space for less with this chance to win a cosy electric fire

eStudio 135R With oak log Fuel Effect Shown with Optional Mood Lighting Kit
(Image credit: Stovax/Gazco)

Fancy bagging yourself a new piece of kit to cosy up your living room this autumn? Well, now's your chance, because Gazco is giving one lucky reader a FREE eStudio electric fire worth up to £1,195. Simply fill out the form below to enter and keep your fingers crossed!

The newly-launched eStudio fire is designed to be the perfect companion to a media wall, though it works brilliantly as a standalone centrepiece, too. There's three sizes to choose from, all of which feature a slim depth to make insulation achievable when floor space is at a premium.

At the touch of a button, the eStudio range brings mesmerising flame visuals, hand-detailed fuel effects – including an upgrade to silver birch logs – and the option to pair with a mood lighting system, so you can set up the perfect ambience to complement your big night in.

The Thermostatic Eco Handset offers quick and convenient access to all these settings, plus energy saving features, open window detection and daily and weekly scheduling. Designed to be enjoyed all year round, with or without the heat, this is the finishing touch you need for your living room makeover.

So, what are you waiting for? Enter the competition today by answering the following question: What type of fire is the eStudio?

Fill out the form below for your chance to win, and scroll down for details on the prize. Entries close at 23:59 on 5 January 2022. Good luck!

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The prize

One lucky winner will win their choice of three sizes from the eStudio electric fire range:

  • eStudio 85R, W840xH356mm, RRP from £845
  • eStudio 105R, W1037xH356mm, RRP from £995
  • eStudio 135R, W1337xH356mm, RRP from £1,195
Ellen Finch
Former deputy editor

Formerly deputy editor of Real Homes magazine, Ellen has been lucky enough to spend most of her working life speaking to real people and writing about real homes, from extended Victorian terraces to modest apartments. She's recently bought her own home and has a special interest in sustainable living and clever storage.