4kw Foxfire stove
The newest model in Fireview range of Woodwarm stoves.
Can have direct air supply through 100mm pipe on back of stove and therefore suitable for a highly insulated house.
Most Recent Review
Installed this stove in a 2 bedroom bungalow, well you really do get what you pay for. Burning wood is very very good. Best airwash and top quality build. We've had a couple of stoves before... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
Got our Woodwarm Foxfire 4kw stove installed in December 2010 in the middle of one of the worst winters for many years. Had researched very intensively as our recent self-build project incorporated... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Lots of heat for little wood, what could be better? Great review of this stove.
More reviews for 4kw Foxfire stove
I was recommended this stove by my HEATAS fitter it's not cheap too buy but you really do get what you pay for. It's simple to light reacts very well to the controls and if there's a better "air wash" system on a stove I'll "eat my hat". Fantastic stove with great build quality.... [ read more ]
We purchased the Woodward Foxfire 4kw after researching many multi-fuel stoves for several months. Now professionally installed in our rural cottage we are more than pleased. We are finding... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Full marks so must be a great stove.
Our new house needed a small stove and we are so glad we chose this Woodwarm product. Knowing of their sound reputation was a key factor in our decision and we have been totally satisfied with... [ read more ]
Only got this in 10 days ago and more than pleased , to date only burned seasoned logs in it and the airwash system keeps the glass clean. I usually light fire with half fire lighter and kindling... [ read more ]
This has got to be the best 4/5kw stove I have ever come across,I've had 2 morsosand one clearview pioneer 400. This stoves air wash system work so well the glass never needs cleaning for months... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: nGood review, airwash sounds amazing better than most as quite normal for some build up on slow burning.
Had one of these stoves installed a number of months ago. It was replacing another stove of fairly reputable make which was thoroughly unsatisfactory - smoky glass, smoke leaking into rooms... [ read more ]