Firewire Curve 5kW Stove Ecodesign Wood Burning Stove



New for October 2019 the Curve uses the same body as the base Firewire but is upgraded with a curved cast-iron door to provide a more modern appearance. It certainly looks stunning and will likely prove to be a competitor to our flagship DG Ivar 5, especially with it being launched at a very competitive price. There are three stoves in the range, all 5kW: one to fit for most fireplace recess sizes.  

400: Portrait
450: Landscape
500: Large

The Firewire Curve range is Ecodesign Ready and all models have a lifetime stove-body warranty.

Firewire is Stovefitter's range of high-quality product at a very reasonable price point.

All models are steel with a cast-iron door. Silver handle.

Arran (Stovefitter's Sales Manager) has a Firewire stove and is happy to have his brains picked as required.





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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Firewire 400 portrait

This is a very impressive woodburner. It was easy to fit, lights well, is easy to control, looks good and gives off huge amounts of heat. The glass is large so there is a good view of the fire. I've had the woodburner a month and have used it most evenings. I've only just needed to clean the glass which was very easy with a damp cloth dipped in a little ash. The service from stovefitters has also been excellent. Communication was effortless and delivery occurred when planned. Couldn't ask for better and the burner is great value at £599!

Love our log burner!!

So so so happy with our log burner! It was such a great deal getting everything we needed I clided for just 699 and the actual burner itself is so nice, literally the perfect size for our fire Place. It really has made our lounge perfect. Thanks so much.

Firewire just finished testing

An Ecodesign stove with large glass, lifetime body-warranty, can go on a 12mm hearth and at a very reasonable price. Sounds great. But is it any good? Well, yes it is actually and I am very impressed indeed. This is a wood-only stove so the wood sits straight on the floor of the stove. You may need to crack the door open a tad to get things going but I often find this on pure wood-only stoves (no air rushing through from underneath like with the multifuel stoves or some wood stoves with base air-grids). Once up and running the single air control works beautifully and kicks out a great deal of heat (as you can see from the short video taken during testing). The Firewire looks good as well and that's important. Love it when testing shows things to be as they should be. And finally... after half a dozen burns of about ten hours each the glass is as clear as it was when it was unwrapped and that is a first for me!