Charnwood Cove 2 stove
The Charnwood Cove 2 has a large single curved door with large glass panel . The grate converts for wood or multifuel uses. The Cove 2 gives 8kw of heat to the room using the cleanburn technology, and the airwash helps to keep the glass clean.
There are three different base options, low stand, store stand or centre stand. The picture shows the centre stand. The low stand allows the stove to fit into an existing fireplace opening, the store stand allows for logs to be placed beneath the stove, whereas the centre stand is for a freestanding situation.
- Height: 662mm
- Width: 554mm
- Depth: 406mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: multifuel
- Efficiency: 74.7%
Most Recent Review
Bought this stove 2 years ago , I've had Aarrow and Hunters before , sorry to say I have removed the Cove 2 b as I found it wouldn't draw properly it needed an air flow on the door I'd say ,... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
Had this stove in use for two years. Easy to light, the single combined air control couldn't be more user friendly, equally at home burning wood or smokeless coal using clever grate changer.... [ read more ]
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Installed in a new build and have provided reliable heat for 10 years - mainly from wood. I have replaced the door rope (our fault not the stove) and the fire bricks. Excellent after sales service... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Regular checks on consumable parts should be undertaken on stoves and the rope seals replaced when they get hard and loose the ability to seal with the stove body effectively.
One can put up with it for a while but when we moved house and bought a New charnwood island 1 it was really noticeable on our black hearth and we got fed up with needing a dust pan and brush... [ read more ]
We bought this stove two years ago and initially struggled a bit with it (more my ability I think). It does have a very easy air flow mechanism through one single air control valve. We did a... [ read more ]
I find two main problems with this stove - and I have experience of others. Firstly, it spews ash all around. Ash gets down the side of the ash pan and falls out when you pull out the pan.... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Are you using well seasoned wood as damp wood will blacken the glass with the most efficient air wash system.
Have the Cove 2B (the boiler version) connected to a 300 ltr thermal store. Stove is really easy to light if using properly seasoned wood. Currently using smokeless coal easy to light if using... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Would recommend emptying the ash pan twice a day if using smokeless fuel and burning for most of the time so that the grate will last longer. If ash builds up under the grates it can shorten the life of it as also so can over-riddling the stove. Ideally leave a bed of ash on top of the grates to protect them from direct heat.
We bought the stove 3 or so years ago and are delighted with it. It's situated in a 3.5m x 6.5m room and the heat it chucks out means that closing the door makes the room uncomfortably warm -... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good all round review, fair comments and all in all a good stove with good results.
We bought this item 3 years ago for a fireplace in the hall and it has transformed the centre of the house in a number of ways...firstly looks and secondly heat.It is very easy to light and... [ read more ]
I picked this stove because of its burning efficiency and the way it looks. I chose it without a stand and it sits nicely in a squared off fire place with a slate hearth. The large window is... [ read more ]