Aarrow Ecoburn 5 stove
The Aarrow Ecoburn 5 stove is the smallest in the Ecoburn range of Aarrow stoves.
There is one door on this model which has a glass panel in it with a gentle curve to the top.
There is a primary and secondary air supply. The primary air can either be supplied below the grate when coal burning or above the firegrate for wood burning.
This stove has an optional stand & you can also get a high or low canopy for it.
- Height: 525mm
- Width: 393mm
- Depth: 372mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 5kW
- Efficiency: 74.7%
Most Recent Review
I have owned the Ecoburn plus 5 widescreen for 6 months now I am very impressed by it. It's a lovely design and kicks out a lot of heat. I have two minor issues with the burner, the handle of... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Nice comments overall. As with most stoves a glove is recommended to be used for operating the door handle or sometimes the operating tool supplied is preferred, I personally find this more fiddly and a glove is generally much simpler which is why they are supplied with most stoves. Regarding the ash pan width, due to the pan opening and overall body construction, they do tend to be smaller in size than the fire bed width and yes it is annoying to leave ash behind, I have found a stove hoover ideal for this job. If the full width is not used in the stove for the grate system, then you get a dead space at the sides and ash collects there so compromises are made in the overall design to get the most effective use of both the firebox and ash collection system.
Most Popular Review
Fantastic little stove that will warm your toes on a winter evening. The stove simply works for a large living room and is extremely easy to use.Changing the grate from wood to coal is a simple... [ read more ]
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Handle far too hot that is the only thing wrong with this stove. Could be changed to make it better for the user.
We wanted a multi fuel burner rather than just a log burner, British made and as light as possible. After many weeks of research (this site being especially helpful) this Eco Burn ticked all... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review, removal of internal parts can be difficult and dirty especially once the stove is in use, but a tight fit means the parts usually stay in place.
I've had this stove for over a year and am very pleased with it. It's well constructed and a pleasingly unfussy design (though that's a matter of taste). It's controllable and kicks out the... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Restricting the airwash will mean less air washing over the glass and hence it discolours.
I have the Eco 5 plus in a medium sized room. It is very easy to light, throws out masses of heat but most impressively, if I stoke it up with wood at bedtime and close the air inlets, it will... [ read more ]
We've had this little cracker for about a year and a half now and it's as good as new, or so we were told after its last service. The heat control is great with no problems getting the fire... [ read more ]
I would be completely satisfied with this stove except for the poor design of the handle which gets too hot, is loose and falls off. If this could be redesigned, it would be as effective as... [ read more ]
Great for keeping warm in the colder months
Great stove, very pleased with it.
We found we had a leaking flue in our 200 year old holiday cottage, and the cheapest option was to replace the open fire with a stove & liner. The fireplace isn't huge, so we were limited for... [ read more ]