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Clearview 750 stove

Overall Rating:

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Clearview 750 stove

The Clearview 750 stove is a high output steel model available in flat top low canopy or high canopy model.

Clearview stoves all have the possibility of using smoke control kits -

so can be installed in smokeless areas for wood burning.

There are 3 different boiler sizes available for this 750 Clearview model.

You can get a direct air supply for Clearview stoves - which suits instalation in modern highly insulated homes.

The 750 Clearview model has got 2 doors.

Technical Data
  • Height: 712mm
  • Width: 755mm
  • Depth: 440mm
  • Flue Diameter: 175mm
  • Fuel: multifuel

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Review Ratings Breakdown

Build Quality 4.5 flames
Quality of finish 4.5 flames
Value for money 4 flames
Ease of use 4.5 flames
Ease of lighting 4.5 flames
Firebox size 4.5 flames
How well does the airwash work 4.5 flames
Controllability 4.5 flames
Handle operation 4 flames
How likely are you to buy it again? 4.5 flames
What is your overall satisfaction? 4.5 flames

Most Recent Review

  • Great big stove

    Peter Stanyer 11 months ago

    The day it was fitted the engineer ripped off the seals from the windows and doors on the brand new stove and then replaced them with slightly larger more solid cord. The windows were about... []

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

Most Popular Review

More reviews for Clearview 750 stove (page 1 of 2)

  • Update - 750 Installed and superb!

    Glyn Tutt one year ago

    As promised, here is my update;Installed the 750 low canopy model which sits on a Clearview supplied plinth. Installation was straightforward with the additional rear pipe connection for air... []

    Overall rating:

    5 flames

  • Love it, love it

    Martin Sloan 2 years ago

    We had our stove installed at the end of August 2014. We love it. The heat is amazing and it is just so cozy to sit by now that the cold weather is here. It looks pretty darn good as well... []

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

  • Good stove + good flue = plenty of heat

    Nick Horton 3 years ago

    We've run a Clearview 750 for just over thirty years now using mostly 12 month seasoned ash and hornbeam of which there is masses round the farm. It has a saddle boiler which has been replaced... []

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

  • Investing in Clearview - hope it pays off

    Glyn Tutt 3 years ago

    I have operated a Clearview 500 for the last 12 years and am just investing in a 750 Low Canopy for a very large living room and another 500 flat top for a smaller room. Having read all of... []

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

  • Not impressed with company-stove overrated

    Craig Sauvage 4 years ago

    Bought one two years ago, as recommend by a friend-was not impressed by the very high price compared to similar models, but still went ahead. Have used it all winter for the two years and although... []

    Overall rating:

    2 flames

  • Fantastic Stove

    T.J & S.A Ford 4 years ago

    This stove does exactly what it says on the label. We have just installed it and are really impressed with it. We had a multifuel Hunter Herald 8 and needed a bigger stove for the size of the... []

    Stove expert replied: A wonderful review of the Clearview stove, very impressive!

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

  • clearview 750

    Jackie & Steve 5 years ago

    THIS WILL BE OUR SECOND WINTER WITH THE 750 AND I CAN HONESTLY SAY ITS THE BEST MONEY WE HAVE EVER SPENT.IT HAS TURNED OUR HOUSE FROM A FREEZING COLD ONE INTO A LOVELY WARM INVITING HOME. WHOEVER... []

    Overall rating:

    5 flames

  • Clearview's monster

    Peter Mahaffey 5 years ago

    We've bought 4 new Clearviews over the past 20 years and use them to heat a large, leak-heat-like-a-sieve, house we own in the Black Forest. So we know them well. The 750 is their top of the... []

    Stove expert replied: Buying a large stove that is always burning slowly is not recommended as it is inefficient and causes problems in the flue with tar residues building up. Overnight burning is also less efficient if you are wishing to be green.

    Overall rating:

    4 flames

  • Have been using one for 15 years

    Tim Beckett 5 years ago

    An excellent stove and the best household purchase I have ever made. This winter we ran our Clearview non-stop for a record (for us) three months with no trouble keeping it alight overnight... []

    Stove expert replied: Short periods of fast burn should help to burn off the tar deposits which accumulate on slow burning stoves and the amounts depend on the fuel used.

    Overall rating:

    5 flames

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