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Bohemia 30 stove

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Bohemia 30 stove

The Bohemia stove is a small output model - as it is a multi fuel stove it can be used for wood & smokeless fuel.

Due to the compact size it is often used in boats & caravans & smaller holiday settings.

This model has 1 door with glass for viewing the fire.

Convector top plate - ergonomic handle - firebox with refractory fire bricks.

Manufactured to standard en13240 EU standard

Technical Data
  • Height: 521mm
  • Width: 390mm
  • Depth: 290mm

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Review Ratings Breakdown

Build Quality 4 flames
Quality of finish 4 flames
Value for money 4.5 flames
Ease of use 4.5 flames
Ease of lighting 4 flames
Firebox size 2.5 flames
How well does the airwash work 3 flames
Controllability 4 flames
Handle operation 3.5 flames
How likely are you to buy it again? 4.5 flames
What is your overall satisfaction? 4.5 flames

Most Recent Review

  • Bohemia 30 - the baby of the range

    Ally 8 years ago

    This was our first experience with multi-fuel stoves, we needed a fairly small stove to fit in an interwar Inglenook style fire-place. This stove provided us with 3 seasons of flawless use before moving home. We like the simple clean lines and the reliability of sheet steel construction. The air-wash is OK, but needs to be kept over half open to prevent the glass tarring. It was easy to light, easy to control and quick to heat up. If you're cutting your own logs you need quite short length with this stove, and you can only load it with timber for 2 hours bright burn or 3 hours slow burn. A couple of fire-bricks cracked in 3 years, but that's to be expected with almost daily use in the heating season. In summary: an impressive performer considering the small firebox size and very good value for money. In a 3 bed terrace house this dinky stove halved our gas bill.

    Stove expert replied: No larger logs than 100mm diam should be used as this will mean that the stove will struggle to burn effectively unless the air controls are more open than normal. Better to go for smaller logs.

    Overall rating:

    3.5 flames

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  • Bohemia 30

    Olly Pearson 12 years ago

    Easy to install due to its light weight. The ash pan holds enough for a couple of days burning and is easy to empty. It is small and will burn only short, small section logs. The instructions
    seem to indicate that its not suitable for certain coals but burning 80% wood 20% house coal has given no problems to date. Strong smell from the curing paint when lit for the first few times - needs very good ventilation for this not to be a problem. However the smell goes after a few days.The metal door handle gets hot and needs and oven glove (supplied!) to open when the stove is very hot.Heat output is impressive and will heat a small house.

    Stove expert replied: Yes most stoves will smell funny on the first few firings. As Oli says ventilate the room well.

    Overall rating:

    3.5 flames