Clearview 650 stove
The Clearview 650 stove is available in many colours.
It has 2 doors with a curve on the outside top edgeof the glass .
The measurements stated are for the flat top version - you can also have a low or high canopy model.
The Clearview 650 is available with a multi fuel kit and you can also have a smoke control kit for wood burning in a smokeless area.
A direct air supply is also available with Clearview stoves.
- Height: 703mm
- Width: 625mm
- Depth: 440mm
- Flue Diameter: 175mm
- Fuel: Multifuelmultifuel
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After many years of many stoves in many rented properties, my last rental property had a clearview 500. I feel in love with it so very efficient easy to use, never really had to relight just... [ read more ]
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A stove that is grossly overpriced with mediocre quality. The stove quality is poor the stove was delivered with rust coming through the paintwork with thin plate steel sides. There are a lot... [ read more ]
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Bought this stove 4 years ago after doing quite a bit of research on a stand alone burner, having had a couple of wood burners with built in back boilers and acquired some knowledge and experience... [ read more ]
We have lived in a large house for the last 14 yrs, dreading every winter. At last no more, the Clearview Stoves are excellent ( we now have 4 ), we didn't use the Oil Central Heating all winter... [ read more ]
It is still going well and we still think it looks great. It is incredibly easy to light and takes good sized logs. However, we have one problem with it and that is it burns too hot and romps... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It seems very strange that control is possible during the day but not at night even with a damper installed. I would recommend further investigation of the flue and do check that the seals have been put on the stove in the correct place. Try shutting a piece of paper between the door and the body of the stove, if this can be pulled put when the door is shut then the rope is not sealing properly.
The following relates to a Clearview 650 with a 40,000btu boiler which we have had for about six months after owning several stoves over the last forty years. Please note that these comments... [ read more ]
Mine's probably one of the first 350's, bought direct from Jonathan @ Clearview about 30-years ago, when the company was a mere fledgling. I sell logs so they're free for me so I obviously... [ read more ]
I've had the Clearview 650 for a about 6 months now, and this will be my first winter. I live in a late 1800's 2 bedroom stone cottage in the middle of the countryside. As a wood burning stove... [ read more ]
Even after a service, the issues we had last year (first full year) are still there. The air wash is at best temperamental and the glass needs cleaning every day, sometimes not a big job but... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Surprising for a Clearview stove, is the wood dry and well seasoned?
I have had my 650 for 6 years now and upgraded it from an Olsberg Skagen 8 which kept cracking the glass so it had to go. The 650 pretty much does what it says on the tin - very robust construction... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The last sentence sums this feedback up well.