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Hit or miss at under £500 Thorma Bozen 5 kW Wine Red Multi Fuel Wood Burning Stove

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On 05/03/2020 at 09:43, BowlandStoves said:

Hit or a miss for that kind of money? (p.s. not a promotional post, we dont sell them :))

 

 

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What is the bottom section? Just an ash can or is it an oven of sorts??

 

Im looking at wood fired, not so big as a range, but smaller (holiday let style) wood burner oven combi. 
 

Any decent recommendations??

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On 05/03/2020 at 09:43, BowlandStoves said:

Hit or a miss for that kind of money? (p.s. not a promotional post, we dont sell them :))

 

 

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Looks like a bin 

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The ash pan looks huge - OK having a big ash an might be OK, but does it need to be as big as the fire itself? I think I wold prefer a snaller one to empty more often - it's no harship to do that. If the ash pan was smaller it might look OK

I was i B&Q and they have a stove with a similar 2 door syste, I was wondering earlier if having a seperate door for the ash is a good, indifferent or bad thing (again for what it takes to open a single dor and take the ashes out doesn't affect anything - and I do mine in the mornings befoe I ight the fire)

 

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Women have the final say in what goes into her house,  and all she is usually bothered about is how it looks,  she wont by and large like that thing.

 

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