Stovax Stockton 3 stove
The Stovax Stockton 3 is the smallest stove in the Stovax Stockton range.
You can get the Stockton 3 as a wood or multi fuel version.
The Stovax Stockton 3 stove has 1 single door with one pain of glass in it.
As this model is not very tall it will fit into a standard fire place opening.
The multi fuel model has an ash pan & grate.
- Height: 510mm
- Width: 389mm
- Depth: 338mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 3.75kW
- Efficiency: 86%
Most Recent Review
I got this stove for my upstairs main bedroom, (Franco Belge Montfort mk2 downstairs), and it is fantastic! We did not have much choice with what stove we could have though, as it is a small... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
We have this stove in a small cottage on the coast in Suffolk. It is in a room 20ft x 13ft and provides plenty of heat even on the coldest of days for that room.Can't remember how much we paid... [ read more ]
More reviews for Stovax Stockton 3 stove
I purchased a Stockton 3 about 10 years ago and had it installed with a single length of stove pipe through a register plate in a 3 bed house with no gas - I had "Economy 7" storage heaters... [ read more ]
After getting a bit more practice with this stove we would have to say that it just gets better and better. We now realise that using good quality smokeless such as roomheat or other ovoids... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Do make sure that you give the stove a really good maximum draw up twice a day for 15 mins, this will clear any residues produced when the stove is slumbering for long periods. Very important to do to keep the chimney clear and the stop crazing of the glass.
We deliberated for a good while before buying this stove and to be blunt we had originally set our hearts on a a larger stove and specifically a Morso. However, we soon realised that due to... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The ash pan should be emptied regulary especially if burning smokeless fuel, do not let it build up and touch the underside of the grates as this can lead to premature failure. Otherwise it's great addition to this property and with the failure of the boiler it would appear to have been invaluable. Good review.
It's small size is more than adequate at heating our two bedroom house but more crucially the size allowed it to be placed in our small fireplace opening whilst maintaining adequate air gaps... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good to hear about both fuel types and their performace, nice honest feedback.