Beautiful contemporary stove from Henley, Ireland's leading stove manufacturer. This stove has a large viewing glass and certainly throws out the heat.
This stove can burn wood in a Smoke Control Area (most towns and cities are Smoke Control Areas).
This stove can burn wood in a Smoke Control Area (most towns and cities are Smoke Control Areas)
This stove is certified as Ecodesign compliant (has passed the new and stringent 2022 regulations)
Material: Cast iron
(max approx: 5kW)
(max approx: 6.5kW)
Made in Ireland
Made in Ireland
Excellent stove from an Irish manufacturer.
Excellent stove from this leading Irish manufacturer.
Nominal 4.9kW. Max. 5kW
This stove will run happily at 5kW depending on fuel load. Note that running the stove at a higher fuel level than that specified in the manufacturer's manual may cause degradation of stove innards (firebricks, baffle etc.) although these are replaceable (and repairable with beige fire cement).
78.4% (as a rough guide 78.4% of heat goes to the room with 21.6% going up the chimney).
Don't overthink efficiency. 75%-85% is fine and 90%+ efficiency may not work so well on shorter or difficult chimneys.
Yes, this stove can be fitted with an external air kit (draws air from outside via pipe direct to stove). Usually this option is not relevant unless a room air-vent is required and the property is airtight (by design or choice).
See "Customers Also Bought".
Steel stove with a cast iron door
What to buy steel or cast-iron? Do not overthink. Steel heats fast. Cast-iron takes a little longer but retains heat longer as fire dies.
Height with Logstore: 904mm
Front of pipe to rear of stove: 190mm
Flue outlet: 5" (125mm)
Which fitting pack for my liner? A fitting pack includes all you need except liner and chimney closure plate (also sometimes known as register plate)? Advice here
Viewing area (from outside stove looking in)
5" (125mm) collar top or rear (can be installed with a 5" or 6" chimney liner)
Top or rear connection
Distance to combustibles SIDE: 200mm
Distance to combustibles REAR: 200mm
To non-combustibles there are no hard rules but, around the stove, a 50mm minimum air gap is recommended to brick/stone. This to be increased to 100mm for rendered or boarded surfaces. Prior to purchasing any stove download the installation manual to check that manufacturers do not have any additional requirements.
Max log length: TBC
We offer 14 days from delivery to report any courier damage to your stove. If a stove is damaged by the courier we will replace or refund as desired.
The manufacturer's guarantee TBC
Why do we sell glass insurance (pre-ticked box close to ADD TO CART button)? Because glass is classed, in the stoves industry, as a consumable item and not covered under ANY guarantee by any manufacture for any reason whatsoever. If it breaks or cracks on day one or day twenty it is not covered. If the inside of the glass goes cloudy or gets any kind of surface coating or etching then it is not covered (it will be to do with what you are burning according to manufacturers and glass makers). Glass usually costs £30-£60 plus postage but can be more on higher end models.
Defra-approved or/and Ecodesign stoves are designed and thoroughly tested before being allowed onto the market and every stove sold is identical. In the rare event a stove does not perform as well as expected it is always down to the installation, the chimney or circumstances unique to the property (pressure imbalances caused by local conditions, down drafts etc.). Here at Stovefitter's we have taken stoves back on a number of occasions for testing on our chimney and in every situation the stoves performed as expected (we may of course find a faulty stove one day but never as yet). We may, at our discretion, take a stove back once it has been used and in this situation a 50% refund would be provided (stove would be sold as second hand). We would, however, offer a 33% refund on a replacement stove.
Stovefitter's Warehouse is owned and managed by Julian Patrick, blogger and author of The Stove Fitter's Manual. Julian was previously a full-time installer of wood-burning stoves (including solid fuel heating systems). He laid down the tools in 2013 to write his stove manual and open a small shop in North Wales (the Wood Stove Hut, soon to grow into The Stovefitter's Warehouse).