Dik Guerts DG Ivar 8 Stove Ecodesign Wood Burning Stove

DG IVAR 8 - probably the finest 8kW stove on the market today

Very large glass, huge firebox, highest quality and easily outsmarting many other stoves in the £1k-£1.5k market. Single control. As of the time of writing The DG Ivar is the most controllable stove we have tested.

Read more about the Ivar 8's level of control and why it is important


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Customer Reviews

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Great service and great product.

We ordered two Dik Guerts DG Ivar 5kW+ Ecodesign Wood Burning / Multi Fuel Stoves a few weeks ago and they meet all expectations. They are a great product, perfect for what we needed. We also can't thank Julian enough, he was very helpful answering the many questions we had, helping us design the two different flues we needed - we wouldn't hesitate using Julian and The Stove Fitter's Warehouse again.

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M.A.
Ivor 8kw Dik Guerts

This stove comes with one of the biggest viewing windows we could find for a multifuel stove. That was the main attraction for us & I don't regret it.
Other great features include the handle, which can be taken off to prevent it getting to hot to handle!
There is a little thing at the external side which internally rotates part of the grate to allow ash to fall into the tray.
We've bought it on a log store which means when sitting, the fire is at eyelevel. Airflow adjustment has immediate on the fire, it's cool.
We love this stove!

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K.H.
DG Ivar 5

After loads of research I decided on the DG Ivar 5 stove and loads more research later I went for the stove fitters warehouse. Delighted with both choices. The stove has a huge window and still gives plenty of heat. Delivery was very rapid and exactly as promised. Top marks!

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R.D.
Review of Aste (same chassis as Ivar but more traditional styling)

DIY install of a DG Aste: we are thrilled. Kitchen open to dining room - volume 66 cu, old house. Outside temp of 4 deg C both rooms up to 22 deg C, average one 1 kg wood log per hour, lever set to 2/3, central heating off. Stove draws well - no blow back or smell of smoke. Large glass - great. Lever control quickly adjusts, from a few flickering flames to full roar and no need for glove to adjust. Logs burn at a rate which is slower (about 1/3) and the heat output is much higher (about x 3) than open fire in previous house. Heat permeates to bedroom above. Before work I light the stove, have a shower, & down to breakfast in a warm room before leaving at 0600. 2 hrs later my wife is up & just needs to put a log on; perfect. Log length of 8-9 inches recommended: logs can be placed aligned front to rear - do not roll against the glass and soot it up. Sweep flue pipe via fire easy. Stovefitters Manual comprehensive and helpful. Delivery from Stovefitters prompt. Emails answered within 48 hours. Support good. All enabled a DIY installation to be undertaken without difficulty. A 6" flue pipe (9m) installed by pulling up from the chimney pot with a rope: remarkably easily. Downwards would have been tricky. Liner not insulated. Stove stepped out into the room by 10 cm using 2x 30 degree elbows to maximise heat output to room. We now know that stoves need drier wood than an open fire to avoid glass smoking up and for the wood to burn well. Estimated heat radiation using the back of a hand as a thermometer is 36 % front glass, 20 % sides, 16 % top, 8% rear, 4 % base & at best guess, 16 % up the chimney. Ash tray 3/4 full after approx 80 hours of burning. My wife initially cautious about me doing a DIY install; we got quotes from 3 local fitters and looked at different review sites. DIY installation: we both agree the right decision. Aste rather than Ivar? Traditional look and the internal mechanics of the two are identical. Thank you Julian, Arran, Emma and Reg.

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B.R.
DG Ivar 5

DG Ivar 5, with fitting pack FP2 with 30 degree elbows. Silvacore 904 flue and stainless cowl. Slate hearth is refurbished 35mm snooker table slate 'floating' on 15mm mortar base. Mantle and corbels a diy effort from scrap timber. Needless to say we are very happy with the installation. I found Julian's online manual invaluable for a diy installation. The stove is excellent and of very good quality, so easy to control too. All materials supplied are also very good indeed. So all all round we couldn't be happier!