Harmony 13 stove
For the Harmony 13 stove there is a choice of black or nickle handle.
- Height: 560mm
- Width: 500mm
- Depth: 400mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
- Efficiency: 83.4%
Most Recent Review
I bought this stove at the same time as a Harmony 43. I love the 43, the 13 is in comparision "alright". Compared to other smaller stoves that would be direct competitors, the 13 stacks up well... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
I had the older Harmony 5 stove which was good but the controlability and heat output of this newer version is fantastic. I note it says it is a steels stove but I can tell you it is cast iron... [ read more ]
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Paid rather more for this stove as wanted a stove that didn't need replacement parts ...best decision ever. It transformed our home and seems to give out far more heat than it says, which is... [ read more ]
Just about to take delivery of our second stove from Nestors, In the old house we had the Stanford 23. Amazing stove, Installed back in 2007 and still as good as the day it was put in.... In... [ read more ]
This is the only stove I have ever owned but have been amazed how good this little stove is. Being a heating engineer I installed it myself along with the 6 inch liner insulated with vermiculite... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Small logs work better in stoves and should not exceed 4" diam. Great review.
We have had ours for 10 months now and I can't imagine life without it now. I had concerns after seeing reviews (not just those here) mentioning the glass going white after a couple of weeks... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review and how true, give it time to understand the stove and how it works best. Do not fight it but work with it to get the best out of it. Only ever use dry seasoned wood and the glass should stay clear.
fitted one of these in our conservatory last autumn-it's north-facing and even though it has a radiator in, has never been usable in winter-in fact, we called it the morgue, and tended to use... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Exterior flue systems cool quickly and hence can be problematic to light the stove once cooled. If you can heat slightly first it will make things easier (but using a firelighter is no great problem in this case it seems).
I've had this stove for 5 years now ,and every time I look at it this cold weather I think it's the best thing I ever spent money on. As the other s say ,the riddling can be a bit of a pain ,... [ read more ]
Bit of a mixed bag this one. Overall a reasonable stove but there are downsides to it, most of which are covered by other reviews. I have had this stove for 3 years burning wood each evening... [ read more ]