Bubble by Focus: Outdoor Warmth

The new brazier designed as a wood-burning outdoor fire

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Bubble by Focus: Outdoor Warmth
01/04/2020 - The new Bubble brazier by Focus is designed as a wood-burning outdoor fire. Intended to be installed in a garden or on a terrace, for the city or country, it is a compact and chic heat source with flickering flames designed to be enjoyed on balmy summer evenings.
Bubble, Focus

Bubble, Focus

Equipped with two castors (on the back) and measuring a compact 700 mm in diameter, this brazier can be easily moved on level ground. Its removable inner bowl makes for low maintenance while its anticorrosion coating allows it to withstand the effects of environment, protecting the quality of its finish and its design. Bubble is part of the brazier-barbecue range that includes the ever-popular Sigmafocus and Diagofocus.
Bubble, Focus

Bubble, Focus

Gathering around a fire is the highlight of convivial summer evenings. But a Focus design gives the experience extra soul and style, making these moments of life in the garden or on the terrace unforgettable. Focus's outdoor range, which includes seven models - GyrofocusBathyscafocusDomofocusEmifocusErgofocusMiofocus and Paxfocus. available in two versions: rust or black paint with anti-corrosion treatment.
Bubble, Focus

Bubble, Focus

With the rust version, the fireplaces are treated with acid in the factory to start the process which allows metal to age naturally. Whilst, on delivery, the rust-finished fires are orange, the outdoor installation will allow the rust to evolve over time. Rusty steel will darken and evolve a unique patina resembling old leather or patinated bronze. It is then, according to Focus its most authentic and resplendent.
 
In the matt black version, the paint has a specific anti-corrosion treatment. To benefit from the Focus guarantee, all outdoor models must be installed under cover and at least 10 km from the seaside.

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