Charnwood Country 12 stove
The Charnwood Country 12 stove is available in a boiler or non-boiler model.
You can have a wood or multi fuel stove.
There are a lot of different colour options.
This is a steel stove with 2 doors - there is plain glass window in each door
& the doors angle outwards towards you.
- Height: 615mm
- Width: 616mm
- Depth: 451mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Efficiency: 74.1%
Most Recent Review
I would like to ask has anyone had any problems with the boiler?We have a Charnwood solid fuel stove and the boiler has burst just after 5 years. Good stove but this is serious problem for us... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Suggest checking the installation, fuel used and the way the stove is operated as there may be something that has led to the failure which needs rectifying before a replacement is installed.
Most Popular Review
The Charnwood 12 Country stove is well built, easy to light and puts out loads of heat. We have used one for the last 8 years. The issue we have with the stove is the air control -these are... [ read more ]
More reviews for Charnwood Country 12 stove
This stove is well made,I haven't had the issues mentioned above, the door seals well and the throat plate is fine. We have used the stove for 5 winters with no problems at all.The air control... [ read more ]
Have had the Country 12 for two years, and it is excellent, but let down by the throat plate. It is difficult to lodge into its precarious position and does drop occasionally into the fire.... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It is a shame for one thing to let a stove down which seems the case with this stove and this review.
I agree with the other reviewers regarding the seals of the doors and the lack of control of the fire in general.The WORST BY Far issue is the throat plate which sags with use and has to be... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Disappointing to hear the problems above, it takes away some of the enjoyment of the stove.
I have had exactly the same issue with the top of the right hand door opening when the fire gets hot. It then races the fire and most of the heat goes up the chimney. This has now been installed... [ read more ]
Had this stove fitted two years ago. Always had problems getting a tight door seal at hot temperatures so can't get a slow burn. Just had a flue liner fitted because of chimney sweeping problems... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If the draw on the chimney is too strong there are solutions so please contact a chimney expert for assistance.
Had one installed in the lounge with clip in boiler.Has been used for two winters and find it excellent.Soon fills a fairly big cylinder with hot water (enough for two baths).Heats our large... [ read more ]