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Do large glass viewing areas reduce the character of a wood burning stove?

Do large glass viewing areas reduce the character of a wood burning stove?  

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  1. 1. Do large glass viewing areas reduce the character of a wood burning stove?

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I was reading another post a few moments ago and it prompted an interesting question. Does the trend towards larger viewing areas with wood burning stoves reduce the character of your stove with less ornate decoration, etc?

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One of the main reasons I went for a Heta Inspire 45 was because it had a huge window!

One of the best bits of having a woodburner is being able to sit and watch the flames dancing!

I'd rather watch that than most of the shite on the telly.

SG

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Got a Firebelly for single large glass door. Looks like open fire but with efficiancy of a stove, and no spitting on rug when burning softwood!

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10 minutes ago, Bennovet said:

Got a Firebelly for single large glass door. Looks like open fire but with efficiancy of a stove, and no spitting on rug when burning softwood!

Very uncouth of you "spitting on rug"

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Subjective. I would love as big a glass window as possible but those 2 mentioned are ugly imho. I like the traditional look

Stovax Sheraton

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Formulating autosomal/incorrect on this Kindle.

That masterpiece should have been and was typed as "larger piece",

And the first word of the above paragraph was certainly not formulating, nor was the 2nd autosomal!

Schemes!

Scheesh

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