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On 12/01/2020 at 11:31, neiln said:

Blimey, I just looked that charnwood up out of interest, at £2k it's fairly pricey!

The one with the integral log store is over 2100,  but you do get what you pay for.



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We have a 400. In-Laws a 500 and 2x sets of friends with 400's.
Then we have a relative with a 750 in his new extension. 


Opinion from all above is that these things are outstanding. Nobody would change them for anything else now.

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We've been running a Dowling Aztec for a few months now.  Certainly happy with it, somewhat industrial in design and build, but no replaceable parts at all, well I spose the glass could get broken.

Each stove made to order by Steve Dowling and team in Scotland, you can have anything you want really, but all the same style built from heavy gauge steel.  The Aztec is wood only, best thing about it I would say is the depth of the base so only needs emptying every couple of months, also the door design allows for larger pieces.   



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15 hours ago, Stere said:

Looks like the new telsa truck

Or part of a stealth plane .

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