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While spring is a pleasant, optimistic season that's full of bouncing lambs and blooming flowers, the weather can be a little on the temperamental side. One minute you're basking outside in glorious sunshine, the next you're cooped up on the sofa with a blanket and a hot water bottle - and it gets really pretty annoying, to be quite honest.
The Gardenline log burner has already sold out online, but you'll be able to get your mitts on one in store from Thursday 2 May.
Perfect for keeping those cockles warm as the sun goes down, the gadget costs just £59.99 and is made from 'durable steel'.
Measuring approximately 94 x 82 x 45cm, the burner boasts a 360° view of the fire and even features a handy log grate.
"Make the most of your garden day and night with this Outdoor Log Burner," the online description says
"Wave goodbye to chilly evenings outside and hello to a cosy place by the fire.
"Durable and stylish, the black and bronze finished Outdoor Wood Burner has been made with a robust steel frame and is latticed in a steel mesh to help guard against any wayward flames."
The log burner was also on sale around this time last year, when it 'flew off the shelves'.
Reviews from the time revealed that customers had a lot of praise for the product, with one gushing: "I bought this two weeks ago, I love it. It's well worth the money and looks more expensive than what I paid, I'm really pleased with my purchase."
Someone else wrote: "Such great value garden log burner, looks great and does the job! So glad I ordered online as they flew off the shelves."
Another person commented: "I bought this log burner a couple of weeks ago and I just love it! My family and friends were very impressed, everyone can sit around it and keep warm, just the job for those chilly nights, very happy with my purchase, thank you Aldi for another extremely good value product."
A fourth happy customer said: "This is a fantastic log burner, it's a decent size and open on both sides, it's nice to look at and a great shape, I love it. Most log burners are either shaped like a half bowl, or a chimney pot - this is much much nicer."
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