Bohemia 60 stove
The Bohemia 60 stove is available with 1 or 2 doors.
The design has a flat top and the fire is viewed through a glass panel.
Made of heavy duty steel this model weighs in at 91kg.
- Height: 606mm
- Width: 545mm
- Depth: 388mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 6kW
- Efficiency: 72%
Most Recent Review
First time stover and I cant speak highly enough of my bohemia 60 multi fuel stove, it looks great and it burns really well, The air wash is amazing and keeps the glass really clear, I was pleasantly... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
Bought this stove last year and have had a full winter out of it. Excellent burner with good controllability and superb heat output. Seems to convect and slow burn very, very well.Only one... [ read more ]
More reviews for Bohemia 60 stove
It has a large fire box and will take a fat 400mm log so you can load for an all night burn. The window blackens after a slumbered burn but open it right up for half an hour in the morning and... [ read more ]
We bought the Bohemia after reading the reviews on this site and have not been disappointed. We had it installed in the lounge to heat one end of the house, the fitter was a bit rude at first... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review of this stove, giving all the plus points!
After reading the reviews on this site, I decided on this stove because a)I liked the style b)the heat output was excellent c)excellent value for money. There are many other more expensive stoves... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good review. Value for money in these difficult times is also a bonus!
We already have a Westfire 18 but wanted to buy a less expensive stove for another room.The dimensions of the existing fireplace tied in nicely with the Bohemia 60 and we knew this was a "budget... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Nice feedback on a budget stove. Works well, gloves good to have with most models, keep a pair handy.
A nice looking stove, easy to control. Handle operationadequate can develop annoying squeak from time to time.Beware the glass however. My stove is now 15 months oldand suddenly developed a... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: stove glass comes under a lot of stress and strain and it can develop cracks - remember that it is usually held in place by a few clips meaning that they have to be relatively tight in order to work and that the stove door expands at a different rate from the glass. This can happen with most makes of stove and is probably not a problem unique to this stove.
We have had this stove since last Autumn and run it frequently through the winter. The full output is great to heat our large and well insulated lounge quickly, but it can also be turned down... [ read more ]