Firefox 5 stove
- Height: 575mm
- Width: 405mm
- Depth: 355mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Efficiency: 78%
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I had the Firefox 5 fitted about three years ago now and I am delighted with it's performance and it's efficiency. It warms my office and provides new character to the room which I and my clients... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
Good stove for the money, But if i was to buy again i would spend a wee bit more and buy a morso or woodwarm for more efficience and control features as my two friends have one of each and... [ read more ]
More reviews for Firefox 5 stove (page 1 of 5)
We have now had this stove for about 4 months, correctly fitted via registered fitter we have noticed the metal plate to the back if the inside has cracked, not sure if this is unsafe now, we... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Is the metal plate crack in the stove body itself as if so would recommend that you seek further advice as to whether it should be used.
After 3 years of mainly winter (Oct - March )use, burning wood only, I have been impressed by this small but efficient stove. It is solidly built and shows little sign of wear. The rear internal... [ read more ]
After only having this stove for 2 years, the glass has fallen out. I expect it is something that can be fixed, but I have lost confidence in this stove. i.e. Even if the glass was fixed, I... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If you are getting fumes or smoke back in the room then you need to get someone to look at the installation as these should rise up the chimney and not come back into the room. It is unfortunate that the glass has fallen out but this can easily be fixed.
Firefox 5, had it a few years now. Without warning the rear disc fell out from the lit stove. Does anyone know why & can it be fixed or is it dead? Thanks
Stove expert replied: If you are referring to the closure plate for the flue that is not being used this can be put back in with fire cement providing it is not damaged or a replacement can be purchased.
Yes had this stove for about 20 months and thought it was great until I noticed a 5 cm crack at the top of the stove. Please beware I have noticed others with the same problem on this site it... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The cast craking can be down to many causes and this shoudl be investigated further. A stove thermometer will insure that it is ioperated within the correct perameters and is a good investment.
only had 20 burns in ours and the glass cracked while it was burning whats that all about ? what temp can I let it get to ? only burning kiln dried wood ,thanks all,Stefan
Stove expert replied: I would suggest that a stove thermometer be purchased so that you know you are using the appliance within the correct parameters. Glass can crack at any time and this may not be due to impact in any way, rather unfortunate.
Although we got the multi-fuel version, in practice we want to use only wood. We bought some seasoned wood to last us for this year, but after that have scavenged and are drying it ourselves... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: There are larger versions available for higher outputs / larger spaces.
My only reason for a (first time) stove purchase was to try and find affordable heat for my home that is in an exposed location, I can't afford a top of the range stove, but this stove has met... [ read more ]