Charnwood Country 6 stove
The Charnwood Country 6 stove is a 6kw stove.
All the Country range are available as wood or multi fuel models - you can also get a multi fuel kit for the wood burning model.
This Charnwood stove has got 2 doors - with a glass window in each door.
The Charnwood 6 is available as a back boiler model as well & can therefore be connected to the central heating system.
- Height: 614mm
- Width: 510mm
- Depth: 363mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Efficiency: 80.5%
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We are very disappointed with the Almond colour finish , we thought that it would be more like the normal enamelled finish as seen on most colour finished stoves, the Charnwood finish is very... [ read more ]
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We removed a Country 4 which to be honest I did not rate but fitted Country 6 after widening the fire place. I am very impressed with it, we have to run it on low most of the time due to the... [ read more ]
I initially opted for the easy option and got an inset stove which I ran for a season but really wasn't up to the job so got the builders in to enlarge my fireplace and install one of the Charnwood... [ read more ]
we really love this stove and would recomend it we light it every night we now have it 7 years
Excellent stove - doors do not black up - air-wash works well, very efficient burning of both coal and wood. Have had this stove in for about four years now and it hasn't let me down. Would... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Wow, top marks. Nothing more to say on this outstanding feedback.
Thought I would leave a review of my old stove before I buy a new one. We have had the stove for almost 14 years now, in that time we have replaced the fire bricks once and the throat plate... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Old timer but does what it needs to!! The key to the prolonged life is maintenance!!
I have this model for 4 years, has worked well during that time except for this year. I used cut up varnished floorboards at the start of this winter, used in maybe 2-3 fires until i noticed... [ read more ]