The Tiger is a 5kW cast iron multifuel stove suited to the smaller living room.
- Height: 595mm
- Width: 545mm
- Depth: 335mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Efficiency: 77%
Most Recent Review
I have had my Tiger burner (looks exactly like the standard model, cant find a model number on it)f or about 8 years. Can I burn coal on it? I think I remember the sales guy''s where I bought... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If you have a grate in the stove then smokeless fuels should be able to be used on the appliance, household coal is not recommended as it burns with a long flame and is a dirty fuel which affects the airwash system.
Most Popular Review
bought stove last year and its been a nightmare im loading fire like casey jones (steam train) the fire is uncontrolable ,i had fitted a flue liner before fitting as told it would be better ?... [ read more ]
More reviews for Tiger stove (page 1 of 5)
installed and running since 1999, no problems at all, changed the seals/ropes as the burner was going through logs like a beaver, this took it back to the efficient burner it is. like everything... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: No truer word spoken, look after the stove and it will look after you!
Bought this stove December 2016, nothing but trouble. Door handle kept falling off, had that replaced. Fire brick at the back of the stove has cracked and the icing on the cake now is smoke... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The liners are not covered by warranty but providing they are just cracked and staying in place to protect the metal of the stove they are safe to use. Regarding the smoke, as this has just started happening, do check that the flue way is clear by dropping the throat plate as debris may have fallen down the chimney and stopped the passage of gases. Have you an air brick in the room? It could be due to weather conditions not giving the lift away from the firebox on initial lighting, this is not clear from what has been posted. Does the smoke improve once the flue has become warm? Please make sure that you only use dry seasoned wood that has a moisture content of less than 20%. The key to any stove and its performance is the installation and in this instance the installer had not done what is expected, glad to hear all is well now.
I have 2 Tiger multi fuel burners, both have no control and whistle through the wood and coal resulting in white hot heat, and burning out after a few hours. Both are only 2 years old. I can... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Are they the Defra Approved models or standard model where the air control can shut fully. If you are not able to shut a stove down then you should get a flue draw test taken to ensure that it meets the manufacturers desired draw, if it is too high then the stove will burn hard not producing much heat for the amount of fuel being used. This is not the fault of the stove but an installation issue.
We have had this great little stove since 2011 and have had excellent service from it. I have just re filled all of the joints and painted the stove I have replaced the door seal and it has... [ read more ]
I've had my tiger gas stove for about 5years now. It worked perfectly fine for 3 years, and I was pleased with its output and good looks. However, the past 2 years have been a nightmare, it... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: There are only a few parts that can cause problems and the thermocouple is the normal culprit.. Perhaps get in touch with the UK distributor if the Gas Safe Engineer is having problems disposing what part is faulty.
I have had my tiger stove for about 5 yrs now and found it to be a great little stove but recently when I got it going the little nut bolt at the side of the stove seemed to glow red haven't... [ read more ]
Have had this stove for 5yrs. Already had to call someone out few yrs ago for persistent problem of difficulty igniting then having to hold the ignition knob in for up to a minute before releasing... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Has the stove been serviced by a gas engineer? This is suggested every year and it may be that the igniter needs replacing.
We have recently moved into a house with a Tiger Classic burner. We had the chimney swept last week in preparation for the winter and our first lighting of the burner, and were informed that... [ read more ]
We bought our Tiger Classic back in 2009 and it was the first wood burner we've ever owned and it's more than paid for it self by bringing down our duel fuel bills over the years until this... [ read more ]