Classic Harmony 1 multifuel stove
The Harmony 1 cast iron multifuel stove can be fitted with a boiler, a riddling grate and cast inner burnplates. There is a front and side loading door. The ashpan is removeable.
- Height: 675mm
- Width: 606mm
- Depth: 420mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
Most Recent Review
Have bought a cottage and inherited an Efel mk1. Reading the reviews would expect it to be warm but is hardly kicking out any heat. Needs replacement glass as cracked but apart from that, any... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: A cracked glass will allow air to get into the firebox that is normally prevented by a solid glass panel. The amount of heat that is produced will depend on the quality and type of fuel and where the air controls are set. Have you had the chimney swept since moving in? Have you got the manual for guidance?
Most Popular Review
Installed a couple of years ago, now getting used to this stove. Got it in just in time for a really cold winter and SO glad we did. It's heating a lounge that is effectively a single 1-up-1... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great feedback, stove seems very controllable.
More reviews for Classic Harmony 1 multifuel stove
I Fitted my stove in 2002 with a back boiler for extra hot water when it is lit . It has had the baffles remove in the top of the stove each summer to be cleaned of any build up and I have... [ read more ]
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... [ read more ]
I have had my Harmony 1 multifuel stove for 12 years and it goes on in November and unless it gets mild it says on without going out until end of Febuary, I live in a small cottage and when... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If a stove is working 24/7 it should be let out monthly to give a thorough clean, insuring that the throat plate / baffle is clear of debris to enable complete combustion to occur effectively and flue gases to effectively disipate to the outside.
This is a fantastic woodburner, it also has excellent heat retention qualities. We can run it all day on less than a small basket of logs. We would definitely buy this model again.
Stove expert replied: Sounds very economic.
We really did our research for this beast and so far so good it seems to have paid off. It is very efficient, easy to use and is heating the house effectively. We bought this stove 1 month... [ read more ]
This stove is excellent in almost all respects. Its been installed since Xmas 08 It burns the fuel really well with very little ash and the airwash is good as long as you keep a bright fire... [ read more ]
We bought this fire just before Xmas and found it to be excellent,we wish we had bought it years ago. Although it is dual fuel you can separate the two systems which both burn very efficiently... [ read more ]
We loved this stove the minute we first saw it at a friends house it is stylish and wow what heat we leave the door open and heat the whole house with it and we have a big old draughty house... [ read more ]