Jotul 118 stove
The Jotul 118 stove is a very traditionally shaped cubic stove. Because it is a long stove the 118 can take long logs.
Most Recent Review
True to its inscription: "I count down my fire late at night, until the day's final end, until my age extinguishes out .... God give me my fire ..."
Stove expert replied: Great words of praise!
Most Popular Review
Excellant stove, stick a log on in the morning and away it goes again for the rest of the day, we lit the fire in late October and it wasnt out until late March !! Easy to use, the ash needs... [ read more ]
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This is still an excellent stove. The glass stays clean, it always has plenty coals in the morning, and unlike the previous reviewer, there is no hallucinating that the fire is still going the... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: All stoves should be let out once a month to check that the airways remain clear!
Best stove I've ever used - and I've tried a lot of them! This beast will efficiently heat a medium to large home. High quality stove, good value for money.. and it will outlast you.. and your... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Not a lot to say - short and sweet - a great review!
I have been burning wood my entire adult life. I have had many different stoves and those who say the Jotul 118 has an all night burn are hallucinating. If you load the 118 you will get approximately... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Over-night burning can be difficult to achieve and may not be the most efficient way to use a stove!
It works well and burns all night when required.Through years of operation spars are no problem to get (baffle plates)Don't burn Coal in them as you will crack the side plates.You get a lot... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: This is true - although it can feel like the stove gives out more heat when you open the door this is limited to a small area infront of the stove. In actual fact the nett result of burning with the door open is a reduction in heat output which can sometimes seem counter intuitive when you are sat infront of a stove burning with the door open.
We have been using the 118 for 2 years, and it is an excellant stove;Its takes a 60 cm log, and if your cutting your own wood, that is half the cutting, splitting, stacking and handling.It burns... [ read more ]
The old classic; takes 18" logs (less sawing) and is very contollable with just the draught adjuster (no damper). You just need to keep raking the fire forward for maximum heat output.