Review of Classic Harmony 1 multifuel stove
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I managed to damage my old (50 years ?) Rayburn Royal to such an extent during annual servicing that I decided it was really beyond economical repair. I have an Everhot range, so don't need the cooking facilities, and have decided to go for a multifuel with small boiler. I was pretty much decided on the Charnwood Village with that fancy new flue boiler, and for sure it seems to be a good product. However, the descriptions and excellent reviews of the Nestor Martin Harmony 1 have, at the crucial decision stage, swung me to choosing one of those. It's on a knife edge at the moment, and I will probably be making an irrevocable decision in the next couple of weeks, so if anybody wishes to advise me, please do so. I realise this is not a "review" in the conventional sense, but I promise to come back in a few months (in the depths of winter) and let you know what decision I made, and whether I think it was the right one . . . .I've rated it straight down the middle for now.
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