Churchill 6 stove
The Churchill range come in 3 sizes, the 5,6 and 8kw model.
The difference is mainly the depth giving the highest output for the deepest model.
The guaranty is 5 years and weight is 81kg.
- Height: 606mm
- Width: 510mm
- Depth: 420mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: multifuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 6kW
- Efficiency: 80%
Most Recent Review
flue straight up through the ceiling and loft (bungalow). We aren't disappointed. It's easy to light with half a firelighter and some kindling and then a couple of logs on top. It needs a refuel about once an hour. We've been using a mixture of bought logs and compressed sawdust briquettes. We've how got some kiln dried hardwood to try for next winter. It's easy to control and there is enough heat to warm the lounge, dining room, kitchen and hall. We do find that the glass needs a wipe over with a damp cloth most days as the curved front seems to reduce the effectiveness of the airwash but it really looks good when it's burning. Very little ash, the pan has to be emptied about once a week. We've not tried solid fuel yet
Stove expert replied: Seems to be a very pleasing stove.
Most Popular Review
of the vents and lighting the stove, what wood to use etc. This stove looks fantastic, very sleek and quite a feature. It is easy to light, we use firelighters, small bits of wood, and once caught, logs. The air vents are easy to control, making the fire burn higher or lower. We have not used it overnight yet, the weather has not been cold enough. I did not realize that the glass would need cleaning every morning but I can keep this down a bit by keeping the top air vent open more. I would recommend this stove for anyone, we have it to be brilliant and we are looking forward to being warm this winter.
Stove expert replied: What a lovely review for this small stove. What a good buy!