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Best 5kw multi fuel stove recommendations please

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As title says I’m looking for recommendations on a new 5kw multi fuel stove , im sure this topic has probably been covered before but if you wouldn’t mind sharing you’re ideas / experiences with me please I’d greatly appreciate it. £400-£500 maximum budget. 

Cheers. Rob 

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Surely aesthetics are going to play a big part for you too? Your going to want to like what you see. You defo wont find a certified branded stove of 5kw for your budget though. That only leaves you cheap chinese copies or secondhand purchases, personally i would hold out a little longer and save a few extra quid, get brand new and buy something branded thats got good reviews and feedback. You’ll be upwards of £800 though i would of thought. Your choice in the end though.

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3 hours ago, Rwhiteheadfirewood said:

As title says I’m looking for recommendations on a new 5kw multi fuel stove , im sure this topic has probably been covered before but if you wouldn’t mind sharing you’re ideas / experiences with me please I’d greatly appreciate it. £400-£500 maximum budget. 

Cheers. Rob 

Do you you live in a smoke control area or what size flue do you have available , theses and your low budget may limit your choices.

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Any of the low output stoves from Martin Champion at The Champion Stove Company will do you. Not suitable for a smokeless zone, but great little stoves for the money and you'd get two for your budget. Between myself and friends, we had about 7 of them.

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Maybe check out Saltfire.  Stovefitterswarehouse seem a straight up bunch and they seem to like them.  However if you could stretch to £600-£650 the choices of decently made stoves open up loads.

 

Don't forget to budget for liner or any other bits you need to fit the stove.

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