Aarrow Acorn 4 Stove
The Aarrow Acorn 4 & 5 stove are both compact models - therefore able to fit into a smaller fire place opening.
Like the rest of the Aarrow range of stove these stoves these come with a life time guaranty of body.
- Height: 458mm
- Width: 355mm
- Depth: 350mm
- Flue Diameter: 100mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Efficiency: 70.81%
Most Recent Review
We were very limited in the physical size of our stove as I wanted to keep our Victorian fire front. I also wanted something to heat an average sized room. This fire has not let us down and... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
Top little stove that does exactly what we want it to do - we have a small front room, with the central heating thermostat in it also, and our previous Villager 8KW seriously over-heated the... [ read more ]
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We bought this stove two years ago to supplement the central heating in our medium sized front room. The heat output is adequate, but the small size of the stove means you are always trying... [ read more ]
A great little woody, very easy to install, 4inch pipes . This is a very well made stove, came with all instructions and spares book. Not for a large living room more the small to medium. Kicks... [ read more ]
Brilliant item. when we moved we took ours with us. Easy to light and clean. Well worth the money Previous stove was a Little Wenlock..... it only lasted ten years and was very disappointing
Just great, looked at lots of different types but this little monster just kicks out so much heat my boat has never been warmer, dryer, snugglier and saves a fortune on electric panel heating... [ read more ]
We have used this stove for three winters. It is in a small room, but with the door open it warms the rest of the house as well - we've switched our central heating off in the evenings throughout... [ read more ]
Smart looking small stove, which once it gets going keeps the house warm without the need of the central heating being on.
Very happy with this stove , its fitted with a boiler so heats my water but is not big enough for central heating ....I have a one bed house and that's all the heating I have. With sea coal... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Do watch the salt in the fuel and insure that it is dry. Probably not the best fuel to use!!
I bought this to heat my garden shed, sized 12 x 8 feet. Be aware that flue etc can cost almost as much as the stove! (But that goes for most stoves I guess).Assembly and setup were pretty straightforward... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Lighting when the flue is cold can be a problem on all stoves, leaving the door ajar is a good idea to get extra lift of flue gases until flue warmed.
A brilliant little stove. Bought as a secondary heat source to back up a gas boiler, we have found that not only will it heat the lounge and kitchen (it's primary requirement) it will easily... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Small but mighty regarding heat generated, downside is it needs more tending but in many cases it might be the only option due to being so compact. Great little stove.