Burley Hollywell 9105 stove
Very good efficiency rating -
a simple design suitable for a smokeless area.
This model is part of the Surefire range of Burley stoves.
Most Recent Review
I apologise that I submitted a review for the wrong model of stove ( the next model up) when it should have been the Holywell. So to reiterate, this stove is very difficult to light, takes 2... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
We spent a considerable amount of time researching stoves and finally settled on the Burley after reading their product literature and seeing one in action in a local shop. We had saved for... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Fair review for a cheaper stove and customer happy with overall performance. Prices do vary so it is worth shopping around to get the best value for your money.
More reviews for Burley Hollywell 9105 stove (page 1 of 8)
I have had repeated issue with the burley stove replacing the stainless steel baffle 3 times and the front glass 2 times also replaced 2 times is the vermiculite above the baffles, The stainless... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: What a shame you have found this a disappointing stove, they do vary greatly and other reviewers have has better experiences.
1) Large viewing window - I know people don''t always want one of these but I''m of the view that its a fire, it needs to be seen. The window does cake up with the soot easily and the self clean... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Detailed comments on how this stove works, very informative.
This is the first wood burning stove I have had after reading months of reviews. All my friends have wood burning stoves. None are as efficient as this one or give such a dazzling display. Had... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Burning driftwood is not recommended due to dioxins being created in the flue gases when wood is burned in the presence of chlorides. Dioxin is termed as a persistent, bioaccumulating toxin meaning it doesn't decompose, it builds up in tissues of organisms that ingest it. It is recommended that this is no longer used as a fuel in your stove.
Hollywell 9105 is the one to avoid, poor heating, eats kiln dried wood with about 80% of the heat going up the flue. Spare parts a complete rip off. You would be better burning your money than... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If the heat is going up the flue then a damper may be required as the flue draw is excessive, this should be checked to prevent damage to the stove, an installation issue and not a problem with the stove.
Phenomenal value for money, of all we considered this was the lowest cost but extremely pleased with the stove. It''s a wood burner only, but does this very efficiently - the manufacturer claims... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great comments.
This stove is not all its cracked up to be in the 6 or so months I''ve had it I have had nothing but problems. I have replaced the glass twice the stainless baffle twice and now the piece of... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: A very disappointing review and concerning that the deposits being left in the flue are so great that they are forming lumps. This does require further investigation from a qualified engineer who can look at the overall installation and operating procedure more thoroughly.. Parts should not be failing so readily .
I have had the Burley Hollywell for two and a half years now, on the whole it has been pretty good. The seal around the glass on the door is failing now, so I am going to replace it this week... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Cloudy glass is normally indicative of an over drawn stove but as you have a thermometer and the operating temperatures are kept around the 150 degrees this does not appear to be the case. Pellets on a stove are unusual unless specifically designed for this type of fuel and they are usually too small for a grate system to function correctly.
We have been using this stove for two years now, with a full height twin wall flue. We could not be happier with our choice. It really kicks out the heat, you get some funny looks when putting... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Do have your chimney swept at least one per season to insure that the airways remain clear, even burning dry seasoned fuel will leave deposits and these need to be cleaned regularly to prevent a build up in the flue system.
- Starting the wood burner can be a bit tricky mainly if you are used to conventional stoves. Indeed, the air inlet are not at the bottom of the combustion chamber but kind of half way. So I... [ read more ]