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Aarrow Ecoburn 7 stove

Overall Rating:

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Aarrow Ecoburn 7 stove

The Aarrow Ecoburn 7 stove is a multi fuel stove with a 7kw output.

There is an optional low or high canopy.

You can put the stove on a stand - giving it extra height.

The front has a door with one glass panel in it - the glass has a gentle curve to the top edge.

Technical Data
  • Height: 554mm
  • Width: 461mm
  • Depth: 370mm
  • Flue Diameter: 125mm
  • Fuel: Multifuel
  • Efficiency: 72.1%

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Review Ratings Breakdown

Build Quality 4.5 flames
Quality of finish 4.5 flames
Value for money 4.5 flames
Ease of use 4.5 flames
Ease of lighting 4.5 flames
Firebox size 4.5 flames
How well does the airwash work 4 flames
Controllability 4 flames
Handle operation 3.5 flames
How likely are you to buy it again? 4 flames
What is your overall satisfaction? 4.5 flames

Most Recent Review

  • Cleanliness

    Pat Graham one year ago

    I have 5 stoves -all of them Arrow/Stratford in various sizes. I had a Coalbrookdale Much Wenlock for 30 years so I have lots of experience with stoves. These stoves are efficient and in general... []

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

Most Popular Review

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  • Arrow Ecoburn 7

    George Mcmillan 2 years ago

    This was my first forray into the log burner life, I wanted one to reduce my heating outgoings and also heat the one room I'm in most without heating the whole house. I'm a gas engineer so pretty... []

    Stove expert replied: The controls on a stove do take time to learn and perhaps the addition of a stove thermometer will allow you to find the best setting for optimum efficiency.

    Overall rating:

    4 flames

  • arrow eco burn 7

    Rob Allerton 2 years ago

    Installed two weeks before Christmas 2013 so very new but can only say I am delighted with the stove, it replaced a Rayburn Rembrandt cast iron open fire which was very dusty and time consuming... []

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

  • Generally Satisfied

    Hugh Whitaker 3 years ago

    This was my first outing into a woodburning stove and we were restricted by the amount of heat energy that we could safely input into our thermal store. The stove we purchased was the multifuel... []

    Overall rating:

    3.5 flames

  • Worst Stove Ever

    Alan Woollard 3 years ago

    Having spent many years using a variety of stoves whilst living and working on canal boats I consider myself well versed in a range of fires and stoves. Unfortunately this stove comes nowhere near my ideal. I have had the stove for over 5 years now only because I can't afford to buy another. I admit that I live 800 ft up and a mile and a half back from the North Cornish coast which does provide quite a draw from the chimney. My issues are. 1. The handle is certainly not "Cool" as advertised so much so I am surprised trading Standards have not queried the description. 2. Neither of the air controls will actually close to regulate the stove and can be heard clicking open as the wind draws the chimney. Consequently the stove always burns too hot and it is all but impossible to use wood. 3. I have gone through two sets of Liners as these break down very quickly. 4. I have gone through two of the retaining bars - They just burn up. Both of the above are probably due to the high temperates because I can't control the air. 5. Just having to order another glass for the door as it has broken again. 6. The airwash system occasionally keeps a small central area less covered in tar and deposits but that's all. (I do use smokeless nuts as recommended by my coal man for this type of stove. 7. The riddle arrangement only works for about ten minutes after dismantling and cleaning out the ash that clogs it up. 8. The airflow plate has burnt through. 9. I have had to replace the rope seal to the door twice. I am dreading another winter fighting to deal with the stove. Alan Woollard... []

    Stove expert replied: If the flue draw is so excessive either install a damper or stabilizer so that you gain more control of the stove, allowing the stove to work at high temperatures for prolonged periods is exposing components to higher than expected temperatures and is probably leading to their failure and necessity of replacements.

    Overall rating:

    2 flames

  • Aarrow Ecoburn 7 Stove

    Nigel Hobday 3 years ago

    I really love this little stove. It is very easy to light & kicks out lots of heat.

    Overall rating:

    4 flames

  • Perfect

    CHARLIE TRUELOVE 3 years ago

    Had this stove for 2 years now and it has been faultless. It will burn most fuels very well. Had to replace a throat plate and door glass this summer and a set of lining blocks last summer... []

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

  • easy to use

    Neal Holden 3 years ago

    We've have had this stove now for about 4 years and are very Satisfied with it

    Overall rating:

    4 flames

  • Good price but average stove

    Gordon Shepherd 3 years ago

    I had the previous model in another house a Benton 7 which I found had a better build quality after 4 months of use the glass was starting to deteriorate , I replaced the glass with one from... []

    Stove expert replied: Glass will deteriorate if the stove is kept on a slow burn rate for prolonged periods and also if the stove is operated on the maximum burn rate for more that 30mins on a regular basis. Ideally the stove should have short periods of fast burn (max 20mins) 2 - 3 times daily.

    Overall rating:

    3 flames

  • Just the Stove we needed

    Alan Massey 3 years ago

    Purchased an Aarrow Ecoburn 7KW mutifuel stove 6 months ago for our rebuilt bungalow following extensive research of the market. This stove has exceeded our expectations, it is easy to light... []

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

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