Firebelly FB2 stove
The Firebelly FB2 is the biggest of the 3 Firebelly stoves.
It is a plain contemporary stove with 1 big glass door.
You can place the Firebely stoves on a 12m thick hearth.
There is a multi fuel kit available for these stoves and they are also available as double sided stoves -
You can place the Firebelly FB2 stove on a log box to increase the height.
They are available in a big range of colours.
- Height: 605mm
- Width: 640mm
- Depth: 422mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Wood
Most Recent Review
We bought ours as a focal point for our new self build house. We absolutely love it and have had no problems whatsoever. If you're looking for a stove with a big heat output then buy one of... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Praise indeed!
Most Popular Review
We purchased this stove over a year ago after speaking with there technical team in depth about our new property. We were delighted with the level of customer service that we recieved. It was... [ read more ]
More reviews for Firebelly FB2 stove (page 1 of 3)
Buy one, you won't regret it, just make sure you have a professional installer for the flue
Our FB2 works well on the whole but like many reviewers we have a problem with smoke. However, nobody mentions how the coating just peels away and it is NOT damp. I did buy it partly because... [ read more ]
We chose this wood burner because of the modern styling and excellent attitude of the company. It is installed in a large, open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner with open mezzanine to the landing from... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review and sounds very cosy in the chalet!
We have a FB2 double sided log burner. From first install we have had problems with smoke in the room as soon as you open the door to add more fuel. The retailer (basingstoke fireplace centre... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If smoke only casues a problem when you open the door to refuel it may be a flue problem and not a stove problem. Doors can normally be adjusted and quite often seat with time which is quite normal. If your flue draw is poor then the glass will not stay clean as not enough air is being drawn into the fire chamber to allow combustion to occur efficiently, have you an air brick in the room?
I checked my energy bills and was delighted to see that during the cold months 2011/2012 my gas bill (For heating) was down by 10%. So as well as adding to the ambience I am also saving some... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great savings on the fuel bill!!
I've had an FB2 for 3 years and it was installed with a stainless external flue by HETAS engineers and Firebelly resellers.As a log burner, it's ok, but that's about all. Put enough logs in... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: have you contacted the supplier, installer, or Firebelly to try to rectify the problems? That is probably a good starting point. Perhaps get them to test the flue draw and see how good it is as a starting point.
I have had my Firebelly FB2 stove a little over a year now and itís installed in my holiday home 700m up in the Austrian mountains. I chose a FB2 because I wanted a stove that would produce... [ read more ]
We've had our FB2 for 4 years now and it still looks as good as the day we had it put in.Easy to light and it's '0-60' time is very good, i.e. from lighting to good output is only a few minutes... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: You may be able to get a locking nut to secure the door handle and this would stop this annoying problem. If the stove appears to be working hard and the amount of heat produced is poor it may be that your chimney has to high a draw and will need some control on to calm it down. May be worth investigating this also.
Fire Belly F2 with back boiler, I have been so pleased it kept us warm with 3 radiators going and the Hot water,in a 3 bed 3 story house, through winter 2009 - 2010 which was hard frost and... [ read more ]