Morso Owl stove
The Morso Owl is a Danish cast iron stove.
It is multi fuel and has an ashpan and grate.
You can use the Owl for woodburning in a smoke controlled area.
The Morso Owl is available as a convector model and can have ribbed or owl sides.
It has a removable door handle.
- Height: 688mm
- Width: 487mm
- Depth: 490mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 6.5kW
- Efficiency: 80.1%
Most Recent Review
We bought two Owl's and had them installed in a sitting room and kid's play room a couple of years ago. Went for Morso as we had a Squirrel in another house that served us very well. I find... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: I can't stress enough the importance of only burning dry wood with a moisture content of less that 20%. You should never burn wood straight from when it is cut. Advise changing this with immediate effect!
Most Popular Review
We bought this stove because we live in a Smoke Control Area and itwas the smallest one that was approved. It has performed well but asother review suggests, it needs to have the wash on high... [ read more ]
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We bought this to replace an oversized Godin in our French house. The build is good and the controls are fine but as soon as the stove gets anything like hot, the paint emits sickly paint fumes... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Sounds more like an installation issue rather than a problem with the stove, get this checked thoroughly as these are good stoves and reliable. Perhaps it is more to do with the flue when hot!!
I've had this stove for just over a month now, this stove replaced a Morso Squirrel. There was nothing wrong with the Squirrel apart from needing a larger output stove.This stove is very easy... [ read more ]
We've had our Owl since winter 2006, and we are very pleased with it. It does what we need although in hindsight we should have purchased a lager stove given the volume and 'lossiness' of the... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Just as this Owl owner predicts the secondary air cannot be fully shut down. It is one of the reasons why it is a Defra Exempt stove. In fact forget trying to overnight burn in almost any Defra Exempt stove. On the plus side this stops inefficient burning which will tar up your chimney (increasing the risk of chimney fire) and producing lots of smoke. Perhaps it is time for us to consider removing the 'overnight burning' rating as it doesn't really apply to many stoves these days.
We have been very happy with this multi burner, and have heated our home for a brief time when our central heating was broken. I am amazed anyone would have a problem burning it overnight. [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Morso again comes up trumps, good well built stove that gives the heat expected.
We installed this stove for a customer, and then stayed overnight on the site numerous times.The quality of the stove is excellent, and the controlabilty is very accurate.The large window allows... [ read more ]
Being new to woodburning we have soon got used to our new stove, it is a really useful addition to our home. I had not realised the exercise one gets in keeping a steady supply of free wood... [ read more ]
It works great with both logs and coal - or a combination of both. With wood the glass stays very clean, it can get sooted up a bit if you burn coal when the coal burns down (this may be to... [ read more ]
The Morso Owl is an efficient stove. It really throws out the heat and warms up the room well. The combustion seems to be very good. There's no smoke visible outside and a relatively small... [ read more ]