Clearview 650 stove
The Clearview 650 stove is available in many colours.
It has 2 doors with a curve on the outside top edgeof the glass .
The measurements stated are for the flat top version - you can also have a low or high canopy model.
The Clearview 650 is available with a multi fuel kit and you can also have a smoke control kit for wood burning in a smokeless area.
A direct air supply is also available with Clearview stoves.
- Height: 703mm
- Width: 625mm
- Depth: 440mm
- Flue Diameter: 175mm
- Fuel: Multifuelmultifuel
Most Recent Review
Installed this stove in my house upon moving in, over four years ago. I chose the 650 because in the bungalow I previously lived in, I''d installed a Clearview 500 and it was the envy of everyone... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Do remember to give short periods of fast burn at least twice during every 24hr period of use to burn off the tar residues that occur in prolonged slumbering mode. These periods of fast burn should be 15 - 20mins and no more.
Most Popular Review
A stove that is grossly overpriced with mediocre quality. The stove quality is poor the stove was delivered with rust coming through the paintwork with thin plate steel sides. There are a lot... [ read more ]
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Had this stove in our front room since 2005. Previous experience of Clearview in 2 houses made this decision easy, Great stove, easy to light and control. Will always be as good as the care... [ read more ]
We had this stove fitted and we had a problem with it over heating and roaring. We had little confidence in our fitter after he removed the chimney lining, on this second visit.. He did not... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Not sure why a liner would be removed and this could be part of the smoking problem now being experienced. A liner will keep the flue gases warm and increase the lift of gases away from the stove. Contact a Hetas engineer who should be able to re-install the stove as per the manufactures guidelines. I would suggest getting a flue draw test done to check that the draw on the chimney with a liner does not exceed those recommended - a damper or stabilizer will give further control should either be required.
Had our 650 high canopy for 25 years. Extremely pleased with it. Very fuel efficient, easy to use once you know it and understand your wood. Replaced some ropes and rear fire brick a few times... [ read more ]
Ours was installed almost 20 years ago to the month and we remain very pleased with it. Installed by a local specialist, it has had three changes of rope seals and two changes of the internal... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: A great review for 20 years of service with little maintenance as well!
After many years of many stoves in many rented properties, my last rental property had a clearview 500. I feel in love with it so very efficient easy to use, never really had to relight just... [ read more ]
Bought this stove 4 years ago after doing quite a bit of research on a stand alone burner, having had a couple of wood burners with built in back boilers and acquired some knowledge and experience... [ read more ]
We have lived in a large house for the last 14 yrs, dreading every winter. At last no more, the Clearview Stoves are excellent ( we now have 4 ), we didn't use the Oil Central Heating all winter... [ read more ]
It is still going well and we still think it looks great. It is incredibly easy to light and takes good sized logs. However, we have one problem with it and that is it burns too hot and romps... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It seems very strange that control is possible during the day but not at night even with a damper installed. I would recommend further investigation of the flue and do check that the seals have been put on the stove in the correct place. Try shutting a piece of paper between the door and the body of the stove, if this can be pulled put when the door is shut then the rope is not sealing properly.