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Traditional or contemporary - which stove design do you like?

Traditional or contemporary - which stove design do you prefer?  

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  1. 1. Traditional or Contemporary design?

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    • Contemporary
      2
    • No Real Preference
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There are some stunning traditional and contemporary stoves out there - which do you prefer and why?

 

Personally I prefer a traditional stove design as I think this gives you the full experience.

 

 

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It all depends, mostly on the integrity of the design, with some allowance for whimsy, but mostly on the suitability and excellence of the materials used and thoughtful construction.

And "I just know" what I like, but my tastes are remarkably catholic.

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14 hours ago, Big J said:

Neither. I just like Bullerjans :D

 

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Only its mother would love that !    Flue is arguably illegal in the UK anyway,  

 

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1 minute ago, Alycidon said:

Only its mother would love that !    Flue is arguably illegal in the UK anyway,  

 

They are beautiful stoves, truly. 


Out of interest, why is the flue illegal? 

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On 10/10/2019 at 08:49, Big J said:

Neither. I just like Bullerjans :D

 

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Were does the gunner sit ?

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54 minutes ago, Stubby said:

Were does the gunner sit ?

I love the design, always have. The convection tubes are actually really effective, and the layout of the stove, taking long logs, is really practical.

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18 minutes ago, Big J said:

I love the design, always have. The convection tubes are actually really effective, and the layout of the stove, taking long logs, is really practical.

Yea I like it to J . Looks like it should be lined up at Santa pod for the standing quarter....🙂

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3 minutes ago, Stubby said:

Yea I like it to J . Looks like it should be lined up at Santa pod for the standing quarter....🙂

The industrial ones are even more impressive :D

 

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