Aarrow Acorn 4 Stove
The Aarrow Acorn 4 & 5 stove are both compact models - therefore able to fit into a smaller fire place opening.
Like the rest of the Aarrow range of stove these stoves these come with a life time guaranty of body.
- Height: 458mm
- Width: 355mm
- Depth: 350mm
- Flue Diameter: 100mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Efficiency: 70.81%
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make the fire. Yes it's small. But it's mighty. We have a fire set all winter. And it's significantly reduced our LPG gas bill. Everyone comments on how warm our lounge is and our front door opens into the lounge letting out lots of heat, but this little star keeps it all good. Maintains a fab ambient temperature in our three bed semi as a supplement to our central heating. It receives very little tlc from us, but still looks great.
Stove expert replied: Great long service record for this small stove
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place. If I was going to buy it all over again I might go for a 5KW version as the logs do need to be small, but then I look after 200ha of woodland so it's not a problem.
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years but such a small expense. When we move it will be on our lorry to the new house.The handle works too always cool to the touch. Don't be tempted with getting a big stove if it is not needed, you will end up with it only just ticking over which is no good to keep the chimney clear.
gives out plenty of heat. It is also a mix of traditional & contemporary in it's appearance so will look good anywhere.
to juggle logs in. I cut my own logs, and the small size needed does cause quite a bit more work at the cutting stage. In the two years I have needed two back fire bricks, and now the baffle board has a hole burnt through it. This baffle board is also made of quite thin metal, and you have to be very careful not to dislodge it when loading the stove with wood. I have reached the stage where I think I am going to have to replace it with something that is physically bigger.
out some serious heat when fully stocked up with coal and wood. Would recommend this to the smaller family home will last a lifetime.
. I was going to buy the back boiler for it but quite frankly it doesn't need it on my 50ft narrow boat, big thumbs up and a paw up from my cat too
the winter. As we have only used salvaged timbers the saving is enormous. It is SO easy to light, and to rekindle into life when we have forgotten about it. If we moved house, this would be our first investment!
and wood on the beach here in Northumberland I don't have to pay for any fuel but you do have to collect it? Build quality very good and will stay in all night with coal if heaped up in the stove and controls set to just above minimum. Beat the fuel costs and fit a stove but do read the reviews and get a good one. I did a lot of the work myself fitting the stove and only had a plumber in for 3 hours so not as expensive as you may imagine, did not need to line the chimney as the original 1875 chimney was in good repair
Stove expert replied: Do watch the salt in the fuel and insure that it is dry. Probably not the best fuel to use!!