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If you are thinking of getting a stove then Whatstove is where people who actually have and use stoves can come and leave personal reviews. Whether it is a wood burning stove, multifuel stove, a pellet stove or inset stove Whatstove should have independent stove reviews to help you make an informed choice when it comes to deciding which stove to buy. We work hard to keep whatstove impartial. You will find no sales pitches and no advertising.

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Latest Stove Reviews

  • Charnwood Country 4 stove

    Charnwood Country 4 stove

    Great little stove

    We've had this stove for 4 years and on the whole I've been very please with it. The large window means it's good to look at and it certainly kicks out enough heat to warm our living space up...

    Overall rating:

    4 flames

  • Aga Minsterley stove

    Aga Minsterley stove

    2 years use and very happy

    We had this installed 2 years ago whilst having a heating system refurb (we keot the old Rads.). The old system was an immersion heater for hot water with a huge oil boiler in a boiler house...

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

  • Parkray Consort 9

    Parkray Consort 9


    I grow up with a parkray so in my new house when the oil central heating packed up I new straight away that I wanted to convert the house to parkray what a mistake where do I start! the ash pan is far to small, it does not fit in the hole so ash falls through the grate & goes everywhere you can't clean it out properly as there's a big lip in the way you can't get the tool on the ash pan as it does not fit in the gap the fire bed is far to shallow the thermostat is pointless as it just over rides what you do anyway and let's it's self go out over all a really badly designed stove give me my old 20 year old parkray anyday of the week, the ash can fitted property you could clean it out as there wasn't a lip around the bottom I could go on I want to take it out and replace it but looking around they all seem to be the same badly designed things with no thought given to the end user...

    Overall rating:

    1 flames