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Woodburners
4 February 2013, 13:26,
#1
Woodburners
Seems a few of you are after wood burning stoves for tents or backup.

I have the frontier stove, and it's great. I do wish I'd seen these before I bought mine though.

Swedish wood burning stove - NEW

complete with 4 x legs / wood rake and grill
overall height - approx 200cm
burner - approx 48cm length 30cm width 22cm height
chimney height - approx 155cm with 4 chimney sections

£155 + P&P (you can pick how you want this delivered, I think it'll be around £15 / £20 with the courier I use, but if you know of a cheaper one then use those Big Grin )


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4 February 2013, 13:37,
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RE: Woodburners
Is this for sale because your new house has 2 fire places already?
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4 February 2013, 13:42,
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RE: Woodburners
Ha, no this isn't mine - these are new. I'll be keeping the frontier stove as it's gone a bit rusty on top now. Pain in the arse cause I've stored it indoors when not in use, and it's been well looked after. These have a bigger fire box, so more heat output. Look much sturdier than the frontier too, having 4 legs instead of 3!
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4 February 2013, 16:19,
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RE: Woodburners
So did you see this on ebay or something?
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4 February 2013, 16:20,
#5
RE: Woodburners
Nope, one of my suppliers offers them. I've not bothered before but seeing as people are asking for them I thought I'd whack the details up.
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19 February 2013, 22:26,
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RE: Woodburners
Just spotted the energy shortfall thread, things aren't looking too rosy, so I'm dropping the price on these to £140 + whatever P&P costs, or collect in person if you're in either Southampton or Newbury.
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19 February 2013, 23:16,
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RE: Woodburners
Good value for money.

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22 April 2013, 19:58,
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RE: Woodburners
I have one of these and can highly recommend them.
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26 April 2013, 18:27,
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RE: Woodburners
(4 February 2013, 13:26)BeardyMan Wrote: Seems a few of you are after wood burning stoves for tents or backup.

I have the frontier stove, and it's great. I do wish I'd seen these before I bought mine though.

Swedish wood burning stove - NEW

complete with 4 x legs / wood rake and grill
overall height - approx 200cm
burner - approx 48cm length 30cm width 22cm height
chimney height - approx 155cm with 4 chimney sections

£155 + P&P (you can pick how you want this delivered, I think it'll be around £15 / £20 with the courier I use, but if you know of a cheaper one then use those Big Grin )

Hi Beardyman
Any idea what wattage of heat they are roughly able to produce? I am looking foir something I can use in the house as well as in a tent and that looks pretty ideal. We have GCH so this is intended as a backup in the house and not a main heat source.
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26 April 2013, 19:03,
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RE: Woodburners
Not a clue buddy, none of the literature with it says anything about it. They look to be twice the size of a frontier stove, and that puts out a good amount of heat, certainly enough to heat one room of a house. So these Swedish ones should be warmer

(26 April 2013, 18:27)Northumbriman Wrote:
(4 February 2013, 13:26)BeardyMan Wrote: Seems a few of you are after wood burning stoves for tents or backup.

I have the frontier stove, and it's great. I do wish I'd seen these before I bought mine though.

Swedish wood burning stove - NEW

complete with 4 x legs / wood rake and grill
overall height - approx 200cm
burner - approx 48cm length 30cm width 22cm height
chimney height - approx 155cm with 4 chimney sections

£155 + P&P (you can pick how you want this delivered, I think it'll be around £15 / £20 with the courier I use, but if you know of a cheaper one then use those Big Grin )

Hi Beardyman
Any idea what wattage of heat they are roughly able to produce? I am looking foir something I can use in the house as well as in a tent and that looks pretty ideal. We have GCH so this is intended as a backup in the house and not a main heat source.
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