Dimplex Opti-myst is Star of Screen Again
Dimplex’s unique Opti-myst 3D electric flame and smoke effect has featured on TV once again after the Dimplex Oakhurst Opti-myst stove was selected for George Clarke’s new home improvement series on Channel 4.
The Dimplex Oakhurst featured in the first episode George Clarke’s Old House, New Home after the popular presenter ripped out a 1980s gas fire from a 400-year old cottage in North Devon and replaced it with the “affordable and child-friendly” electric stove.
It’s not the first time Dimplex Opti-myst has been shown on TV as the effect has also appeared on Coronation Street, Emmerdale and the Antiques Roadshow.
Karen Trewick, director of communications for Dimplex, said: “It’s no surprise that the Opti-myst effect continues to prove popular on stage and screen because of its realism. Seeing is believing with this illusion of 3D flames and smoke, but of course it’s not just reserved for TV.
“Opti-myst is included in a wide range of Dimplex electric stoves, wall mounted and inset fires so customers can choose the perfect fire for their property, whether new or old.”