Bohemia 60 stove
The Bohemia 60 stove is available with 1 or 2 doors.
The design has a flat top and the fire is viewed through a glass panel.
Made of heavy duty steel this model weighs in at 91kg.
- Height: 606mm
- Width: 545mm
- Depth: 388mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 6kW
- Efficiency: 72%
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and two dampers (one of each on each door) compare very favourably with the much more expensive Morso stove we had in our previous property. I am also hopeful that the glass will stay a lot cleaner which would be a bonus. Long may it last!
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minor criticism is the ease at which small amounts of ash drop out of the door upon opening - but as long as you're prepared for it it certainly doesn't detract from the stove.Very good value and, so far, absolutely delighted. Kept us warm - and the oil down - all winter. Will burn overnight with a good helping of smokeless.9.5/10.ADW
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to buy a stove fan to circulate the heat, but can now sit very comfortably. Very pleased with the size of log it takes - less chopping this year!
Stove expert replied: Great comments. Stove working well and producing a good heat output. A stove fan helps to move the heated air so will improve overall comfort in a room, a good additional purchase for a stove owner.
surprised by the size of the glass viewing window its huge and you get a really good view of the fire that weve had in for two months now. I've had it going pretty much every day without any problems, the ash pan at the bottom is great but I think I will invest in as ash can hoover soon. The only thing I would say if your buying a stove for the first time is use the online calculator to work out how many kW stove you need for the size of the room your going to install it in as I think I may have got a bigger kW stove than I need. My living room is like a sauna within 20-30 mins of it being lit and if we leave both doors open in the living room it easily heats the whole of our three bed room bungalow and kitchen dinning room and small extension within about 90 mins. I haven't tried an over night burn yet as if we let the fire go out about 10-11pm the house is still around 18-20 degrees the next morning as it insulated very well. I think we are going to save a lot of money this winter up here in chilly Scotland as we haven't been using the central much since we got our stove. The adjustable primary and secondary air on this stove are great and control the fire very well. The door also feels very sturdy when you open and close it, again I honestly can't see how this stove could be any better for its Â£500 price tag. I will try and remember to come back in a year and update this review.
take a fat 400mm log so you can load for an all night burn. The window blackens after a slumbered burn but open it right up for half an hour in the morning and the airwash cleans the glass for you. The controls are easy and having a short flue it still pulls well. We have a little puff of smoke into tje room when first lighting but this is easily cured by a loose sheet of newspaperbeing lit first to warm the flue.Very little ash considering the amount of wood burnt.We have used smokeless fuels on this stove but I would say it's mainly a wood burner as you can't riddle from outside the stove, but we use compressed wood logs as an alternative fuel which are really good for longer burn times.I would reccomend this stove over some of the much more expensive brands which we have had before.
calling it one of those cheap stoves (mind you we did get it in the sale for a hundred pounds off!)but he changed his tune when he fitted it and started it up. It lights first time every time, has a lovely big viewing door (we chose the single door option)has a really good airwash. It is as easy to control as a gas fire and is very frugal but puts out a really great heat which heats the lounge and hall and up the stairs, we burn seasoned wood and peat which is really readily available around us and it is up to temp within a very short space of time, we use a flue thermometer with it too as we get such high winds and it draws almost too well with the new flue liner, we did consider a flue damper too but the stove is so controllable that it's easy to shut it down if you need to.The silver handle sets it off nicely, it's neat and modern looking without being out of place in an old house. We don't burn it through the night as the fitter said it's not good for the flue but I'm sure if we used coal and banked it up it would stay in, on occasion it has still had glowing embers the next morning under the ash. It has a good size ash tray and is very easy to clean out, removing the throat plate is easy, all in all a super stove. Fantastic leather gloves came with it too. The only problem we had was that the blanking plate had a thread snapped off so we could not screw it up tight, getting it replaced was a bit of a fag as the company we bought it from was a bit argumentative but that's no fault of the stove. I almost wish we had another room to put another in!
Stove expert replied: Great review of this stove, giving all the plus points!
that simply didn't match up.Having had the stove for approx 18 months and using it last winter in -18 degree weather I have no complaints at all about this stove. Robust, attractive and easy to light. I would buy another again and happy to recommend to others
Stove expert replied: Good review. Value for money in these difficult times is also a bonus!
" stove so we did not expect it to compare favourably with the excellent Westfire 18.But how wrong were we! It's an excellent stove and we really can't fault it in any way. The airwash works very well, it lights extremely easily and it puts out a lot of heat. The handle gets a little hot in use, so the pair of supplied leather gloves do come in handy.Would definitely buy another one of these!
Stove expert replied: Nice feedback on a budget stove. Works well, gloves good to have with most models, keep a pair handy.
1 inch crack in the top right hand corner. Far too high to have been caused by a falling log internally. Will take this up with Pevex, no way can 15 months be considered fair life of stove glass.Replacement glass will be approx £50 plus extra for fitting. Shame this detracts from the value for money aspect.
Stove expert replied: stove glass comes under a lot of stress and strain and it can develop cracks - remember that it is usually held in place by a few clips meaning that they have to be relatively tight in order to work and that the stove door expands at a different rate from the glass. This can happen with most makes of stove and is probably not a problem unique to this stove.
to keep the room snug all day. It has proved easy to light, will stay keep going overnight and is very efficient - on the low setting it takes a couple of days to burn a whole basket of logs. Its clean lines and modern design suit a range of decorative styles - our room has a Scandinavian feel to it.