Ecostrad Sunglo Infrared Patio Heater - Silver


The Ecostrad Sunglo is a uniquely styled outdoor heater that provides on-demand warmth with the push of a button. Using the included remote control, select half or full power mode and enjoy soothing warmth that’ll keep you outside all year long.

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Model: Sunglo Wattage: 2000w Heats up to: 9m2 Dimensions: 623mm x 110mm x 70mm
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RRP £249.99
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When style is as important as effective outdoor heating, look to the Ecostrad Sunglo: a sleek halogen heater with an attractive honeycomb grill, providing a stylish outdoor heating solution for homes and businesses.

Effective Outdoor Heating

Just as its name suggests, the Sunglo produces a soothing heat that allows you to make the most of your time in the garden. It gets to work the instant you switch it on by using invigorating near infrared: a strong form of radiant heat ideal for outdoor applications. By using special gold-coated reflectors on the inside of the housing, all the warmth produced by the Sunglo is projected out to where it’s needed, ensuring your outdoor seating spaces are always kept well-heated. These reflectors also help to produce a soft, warm glow rather than the harsh, artificial glare of conventional quartz heaters. 

This infrared patio heater has a 2000w output which can be adjusted using the remote control provided. The remote allows you to select between 50% or 100% output so you can save energy on warmer days when full heat isn’t needed. If you’re unsure which setting is currently selected, the Sunglo comes with a convenient indicator light to display its level of output. A blue light shows that it’s at 50% output, green indicates 100% output, and red means that the Sunglo is not heating.

The Ecostrad Sunglo comes with a robust IP55 protection rating so you can install it outside with confidence. Its 16m² heated area will be more than enough for most domestic patios but multiple heaters can also be used to cover larger commercial spaces. Our Ecostrad Sunglo isn’t just limited to outdoor use – it can even be used in hard-to-heat indoor spaces, such as garages and workshops, that need effective and direct warmth.

Ecostrad Sunglo patio heaters come with a 2 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty as standard and their tungsten filament HeLeN bulbs have an estimated 6000 hours of use.

You can also purchase this electric patio heater with the Ecostrad Sunglo Parasol Brackets. These brackets are designed to attach to the underside of any parasol or awning, affording your heater a little extra shelter outdoors as you direct heat to your alfresco dining area. All fixtures and fittings are included with the brackets, so you can get started straightaway. Instructions on how to fit the parasol brackets are included in the Ecostrad Sunglo manual.


The brackets provided with the Ecostrad Sunglo give you the option of wall or ceiling mounting the heater as you see fit. You can also use it with a compatible, optional stand for a freestanding fitting, or with our Ecostrad parasol brackets so you can direct heat to your outdoor dining area. Hardwired outdoor heaters must always be installed by a professional electrician, however, this is usually a quick and easy process with no lengthy callouts required. Alternatively, the Sunglo is also suitable for DIY installation when plugged into a socket with the correct IP rating. 

Lightweight, stylish and providing instantaneous heat, the Ecostrad Sunglo is an affordable luxury for any home garden. Ecostrad offer a diverse range of outdoor heaters so take a look at the rest of our selection for further inspiration.

How does infrared heating work?

Most heating products work by using either convection or radiation. Products like panel heaters or fan heaters provide warmth in the form of a cycle of warm air rising and falling, but as you might imagine, this type of heat doesn’t work well in outdoor applications where warm air quickly dissipates to cooler areas. 

Radiant heat doesn’t have this issue – it works by travelling through the air in a wave, directly warming people and objects that it comes into contact with. Outdoor heaters use a more intense form of radiant heat called shortwave or near infrared which is more effective at counteracting the cooler temperatures felt outside, or in high-heat loss interiors that are difficult to keep warm. The type of heat they provide is just like the warmth felt from the sun’s rays and can make your outdoor seating areas a comfortable haven even if the ambient air temperature is less than ideal.