Jotul F 500 stove
The Jotul F 500 stove is available in matt black & coloured enamel finishes.
The front glass is big & curved on the top
is covered with delicate lattice work.
It is a wide model - and the F500 will therefore take logs 550mm long.
There is an optional external air supply for this model.
Most Recent Review
We have had this stove for almost five years now in our roomy French farmhouse. It runs all the time during the colder months and is our main form of heating, the back up electric radiators... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It is good practise to haev an alternative access for sweeping in a flue system rather than relying on sweeping through a stove, this may overcome the issue of residues at the base of the flue.
Most Popular Review
This has served us well for over 6 years (since we moved in) initial tar problems have been cured by burning with a greater air setting. The Jotul is a very robust stove and withstands any slight... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: As this reviewer found out slow burning is not the most efficient way to run your stove and can lead to tar formation in the stove and chimney.
More reviews for Jotul F 500 stove
We installed the stove 4 years ago and it is wonderful - elegant and very very good at keeping us warm. Easy to light and clean (enamel finish) stays in overnight with no problem at all. Excellent... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Not a great deal to be said on such a glowing report of this stove.
I have never wasted as much time as I do now, sitting, gazing at the flames through the viewing window of my Jotul 500. What greater pleasure can there be on a freezing Canadian night? Bought... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The advice regarding the enamel will apply to any stove, so extra care should be made if you have an enamel model.
This stove is in a north facing cold room, and it has transformed the room into a cosy living area. We also have another stove in our living room, so sometimes the draw on both chimneys can... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It might be a good idea to fit room ventilation to both the rooms with stoves. To see if it solves the problem just open a window in each room and see if that does the trick.
ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT STOVE, WOULD DEFINATELY PURCHASE ANOTHER, EXCEPTIONAL IN EVERY WAY, BUT WHAT DO YOU EXPECT FROM SUCH A LONG STANDING FIRM ?