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  1. Thats stove is a prime example of how they pass the test of time - looks ancient but also looks like it is still going strong. An interesting side point, do contemporary stoves have the same longevity?
  2. Totally agree, there are numerous opportunities pre-season to showcase new stoves. Why take the risk that potential buyers will be put off, as there are no reviews, even if it is the best stove in the world?
  3. Just wondering if any new stoves have caught your eye? Some manufacturers seem to be leaving the launch of new stoves later and later into the season.
  4. While initially I mentioned a stove fully clad in soapstone, just the other day I was writing about some new stoves which have the option of a soapstone top like in this picture. Personally I would like to see more soapstone stoves but appreciate they are not to everyones taste.
  5. I suppose the next question is, who installed the stove? Was it a self-install?
  6. I had to wade through a few different interpretations lol
  7. I had to Google your comment lol Translated, "Fair Enough"
  8. We are looking to encourage activity on this sub-forum and also the more information in the forum the more people will join and add there own comments. Just trying to build up a community.
  9. Lets see if we can find the oldest stove in the UK lol How old is you stove and what is the brand and model?
  10. I would be interested to see how much people pay for their wood in different areas of the country and different scenarios. I know some people will pay zero for their wood
  11. Just thinking lol, might be worth starting a post:- "What accidents did you have with your stove while under the influence"
  12. The only thing I would say about this is that some of the fans can be a little loud. We would advise shopping about
  13. This one has been a good seller for us - anyone bought one or seen one in "real life". They are quite impressive, especially considering the price!
  14. 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.
  15. We have seen some weird and wonderful ways in which people cracked the glass on their stove doors. How did you crack your glass?
  16. I think the truth is somewhere between the two extreme views on climate change but it is a problem we need to address asap.
  17. I am just curious, did you buy branded glass or the generic compatible glass?
  18. Interesting selection of comments. Drum roll! The winners are:- Hawthorn 10 votes Oak 7 votes Yew 6 votes Beech 4 votes Ash 3 votes Hornbeam 3 votes Sycamore 3 votes Blackthorn 2 votes Eucalyptus 2 votes The following all received 1 vote:- Accacia/Robinia/Black Locust Alder Almond Azobe Carob Elm Hazel Holly Laurel Leylandii Lime Olive Pine Rhody Sweet Chestnut


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