Clearview Pioneer 400 stove
The Clearview Pioneer 400 stove is the smallest in the Clearview range of stoves.
This stove is made in UK and available in many colours.
The Clearview Pioneer has one single door.
Clearview stoves are available with or without multi fuel kit, back boilers, smoke control kits for smokeless areas, 2,4 or 6 inch legs & optional direct air supply to connect to the outside.
This makes them versatile stoves.
- Height: 591mm
- Width: 462mm
- Depth: 383mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Multifuell
Most Recent Review
Had the pioneer for a year in a rented cottage and loved it. Extremely adjustable with the two air controls, easy to light, heated up fast, stayed in overnight and kicked out a huge amount of... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
Excellent stove, wholeheatedly recommended. So good we bought another for another room in our cottage. We know 2 friends who owned a Clearview, but weren't prepeared to pay the extra for another... [ read more ]
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Would recommend this stove to anyone, yep it might cost a bit more, but as they say you gets what you pay for. Easy to light, heats up amazingly quickly, we have a large draughty cold old... [ read more ]
Purchased through a local dealer. Recent emissions test by plumber revealed about 1000 ppm CO which is lethal. We wondered why we felt unwell when it burned. I am currently trying to get this sorted with supplier.... [ read more ]
I purchased this stove in October 2014 and have been using it regularly as a secondary heat source. The build quality is excellent, well designed, very easy to use, easy to light and draws really... [ read more ]
I fitted one of these stoves earlier on in the year after having been so impressed with two others I'd seen at friends houses. It is a beautifully engineered stove which is so easy to light, less than a minute for a roaring blaze. It is as controllable as a gas fire, and being steel construction heats up very quickly. Massive heat output for the size, yet amazingly economical with the logs. If the burn is kept at a reasonable level, the glass hardly needs cleaning the following morning. Like all wood burners if it's turned right down for any length of time the glass will get really dirty. So easy to use, and great looking too! You get what you pay for, it's not cheap, but for such an important purchase why cut corners.... [ read more ]
My family have used Clearview stoves of various sizes for decades. All of them are outstanding, but the smallest, cheapest, of them all is the Pioneer. I use one in a detached, three-bed,... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review, very high scores.
We own a holiday let in the Lake District and inherited a Clearview when we bought the cottage 4 year ago. I had no experience of using a stove before so struggled a bit to start with. We... [ read more ]
They say "you get what you pay for", and that's certainly true of the Clearview Pioneer 400. We started this expedition aiming to spend approx £500 on our stove. We ended spending almost £... [ read more ]
We had a clearview Pioneer some years ago It's the best thing we ever did. My brother bought one last year and now my nephew wants one too, all because they see how easy my stove is to run and... [ read more ]
We had this stove installed about 2 months ago at the other end of our cottage sitting room (the other end has a Morso Squirrel). It is so easy to light and chucks out so much heat (double the... [ read more ]