Broseley Winchester Multifuel Stove
The Broseley Winchester multifuel fuel stove is an 8kW tradition burner with a large firebox and side viewing windows to add an additional feature.
- Height: 605mm
- Width: 600mm
- Depth: 520mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Efficiency: 80%
Most Recent Review
it on to low a setting. The side windows black up quite quickly but are easily cleaned. My son broke a side window which I have replaced, it has been fine since I put it in. Spares are expensive so worth shopping around for a good price as the delivery seems disproportionate to the part required.
Stove expert replied: Spares can seem disproportionate and carriers are often used so the supplier has traceability. It is best to use genuine spares though as this maintains the warranty given by the manufacturer.
Most Popular Review
a BRILLIANT stove, very easy to light, kicks out loads of heat and looks really good too. The airwash system keeps the main glass clear so long as you don't try to burn too slowly, the side windows blacken quite easily but very easy to wipe clean with damp newspaper dipped in the ash. Before buying I tried to ascertain if it was made in China, couldn't find out for sure but seems to be very well made, why are other cast iron stoves so expensive? To sum up we have had this stove for nearly a year now and would have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone, but don't put it in a small room you WILL cook, ours heats the whole house.
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give it plenty air and a quick hard burn to heat the hole box then dampen Down.Would highly recommend.
Stove expert replied: Sound comments, expected signs of wear for the age of the stove.
firing it. Given that we had two, count them two, thermostats, neither of which had ever exceeded the recommended temperature, we doubt this. Additionally they claimed that the grate was a 'consumable' not covered by the warranty. We had been burning anthracite so we switched to a lower temperature fuel. This made no difference as the second grate went as swiftly as the first. We are faced with either binning the stove or shelling out for (at least) two grates a year. On top of this the replacement grate did not fit properly and had to be machined to fit. We (very belatedly) asked the advice of our local solid fuel stove supplier and he said that you get what you pay for, that he personally would never stock Broseley.
Stove expert replied: Are you over riddling the stove? Do try to leave a bed of ash to protect the grate and once you have riddled remove the hot ash, do not let it build up in the ashpan. Anthracite is one of the hottest fuels and can cause a shortening life span of internal components. Internal components are classed as consumable so are not covered under warranty.