Charnwood Island I stove
The Charnwood Island I is a small 2-6kw stove, it has two doors and sits on 4 legs. The grate can be converted for multifuel use using the lever on the side of the stove. The stove has an air control button on the front of the stove under the doors which controls the fire.
- Height: 578mm
- Width: 535mm
- Depth: 312mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: multifuel
- Efficiency: 77.9%
Most Recent Review
We have this stove for years. Very easy to use. The only downside we have is that the Air control has never worked. It makes no difference if you push it in fully or pull it out. It burns fuel... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Have you had the flue draw taken as this may be making the stove work hard with little response from the air controls? You will use a lot of fuel for the heat that is generated as it is being sucked out of the stove more quickly than it should if the draw is excessive.
Most Popular Review
Very easy to light, easy to use with minimal fuss. No gadgets and gizmos just simple controls, pull out/push in for air control and side to side for riddling and multi fuel burning.Have only... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Value for money all in all. Great feedback. Comments on fuel very interesting.
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I had this stove installed 1 week ago. Despite following the instructions on lighting and running the fire the room just does not get warm at all. I am using kiln dried wood and lots of if but... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: This model should be producing and average of 5kW and depending on the room size should make a noticeable difference. I would discuss this with the supplier but it is unclear who suggested this stove - supplier or installer. Was the chimney lined? How much space have you round the stove? Is the stove working hard and not producing heat or is it sluggish? Your installer should be able to do a flue test to check that it matches the requirements suggested by the manufacturer. Check the manual to ensure that you are operating the controls as suggested and perhaps get a stove thermometer. Persevere as I am sure there will be something that can be done to improve the performance.
Had this brilliant multifuel stove installed 3 years ago. It took me 4 weeks reviewing/ ringing round for advice. I also rang yourself and must say that this is the best site so far for help... [ read more ]
I was recommended this stove by our local (small) retailer. It is well made, easy to start, easy to control with the one knob and seems very efficient. I use a bed of SuperTherm briquettes as a base below the logs (kiln-dried). I also use 2 fans on top of the burner either side of the flue, to gently blow the heat outwards instead of most of it going upwards.... [ read more ]
I am an 'ex-pat' living in Cape Town and whilst we enjoy mild winters compared to the UK, the houses are not built for the cold and lack decent heating. I inherited my home with a large cast... [ read more ]
Should have been delighted with the amount this cost, but it does not work as well as the other stove I have that was a Fireline, and 1/2 the price! I operate both with lots of clean dry well... [ read more ]
A LOVELY FIRE,EASY TO USE, ONLY FITTED END OF OCTOBER 2013-but neighbours were complaining of the strong smell of smoke. Have had it serviced last month. Neighbours still complaining so had... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Get the installer back to check all is well, you may need to extend the flue. Is the flue lined? An alternative cowl may also help to solve this but further investigation is required.
Fantastic stove, purchased seven years ago and with very heavy usage is still working as new, extremely easy to use, excellent build quality and performance, good customer care from Charnwood... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: What a great review!
Just purchased an Island 1 (Charnwood). Fantastic looking woodburner, easy to light and gives of great heat with kiln dried logs. Only down side is there is no advice in the instructions about... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Open grate are normally used when smiokeless fuels are used as an unde draught is required, the closed grate is for wood so that the ash can build up on it nd wood burns best with an over draught.
This stove looks a beauty quite large internally for burner. Lights with great ease warmth quickly. Smells after firing for first few time that's nonormal and heat builds up fast after the... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The smell of the paint curing will wearing off after a few firings. The noise requires further investigation, perhaps the baffle plate is not quite in the right place. The stove shoudl be controllable and should not be running at a fast rate all the time, so if using the air controls does nothing to slow the rate of burn down I would suggest looking at getting a damper so that more control can be achieved.