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Aga Wren 4kW Wood Burning Stove

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This 5kW really is a rather nice looking cast iron stove. It is actually larger than the pictures suggest with a whopping good firebox size (almost twice as large as the popular Aga Wenlock). This is going to kick out some serious heat - and it's cast iron so it will retain that heat well into the darkest winter evening!
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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Aga Wren

For a number of years I have wanted a woodburner stove in the house, this year I decided to purchase one.
The Aga Wren is a very solid, cast iron stove finished to a very high standard, It is very well made and weighs more than expected. The design is also very pleasing with smooth curves surrounding the large glass window so the fire can be really appreciated; behind it is a large fire box so larger or more oddly shaped logs can be used.
The door opens and closes smoothly and the handle remains cool enough to use, although so far I haven't had a large fire. Air control is achieved by using the dial at the front centre below the window and/or the small lever on the right just below the top of the stove. I have yet to get to know these more fully.
The heat this little stove gives out radiates through the room long after the fire has died down.
I feel very well prepared to keep warm this coming winter, unlike a previous ones.

Aga Wren: A nice stove with features that set it apart

We spent a long time looking at all the different smallish wood stoves out there (and reading all the valuable DIY info on the Stovefitters excellent website), and eventually settled on the Aga Wren, despite not having a particular loyalty to the Aga brand.

The features we particularly liked were:
1. The pleasant styling, which we think bridges the gap between traditional and contemporary;
2. The unusually large firebox (we were uncertain what size stove we needed, so this gave a bit of flexibility); and
3. The unusually large, and nicely shaped area of glass, so you can really see the fire.

We also appreciated it being made in the UK, rather than China, as we were concerned about working conditions in China (my wife says she remembers reading it on the website, although we didn't get a response to our email asking Aga to confirm this).

We had no particular problems installing it, it seems well built (it certainly weighs a bit!), and now that we've used it a few times we can say that it seems to work very well. We have yet to run it really hot, but don't anticipate any problems. The airwash system is effective and the burn is easily controlled.

We think we're going to get on very well with this little stove (which isn't actually all that little), and would certainly recommend buying from Stovefitters. They always respond very quickly and really seem to know their stuff.