Clearview pioneer 400 oven stove
The Clearview pioneer 400 oven stove is a tall model with a wood stove underneath the fire box.
This Clearview stove has 1 central door with a curved glass in it
the flue pipe can come out of the top or the back of the stove.
Clearview stoves are available with smoke control kits - making them acceptable to install in a smokeless area.
You can also get multi fuel kits for coal burning.
- Height: 1076mm
- Width: 524mm
- Depth: 376mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
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I didn''t think a stove could be a life-changer, but my Pioneer was. It heated the entire house to such an extent that one Christmas we had to open the French doors. I used it to bake bread,... [ read more ]
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great stove highly recommended, oven large enough for my pressure cooker pot, gets really hot amazing heat from small quantitys of wood, if you stack it full and shut down will stay in overnight... [ read more ]
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the picture here is not accurate and makes it look a lot taller than it is when you purchase, in this photo a pedestal has been added giving it a gawky look .The pioneer is a great neat little... [ read more ]
I bought a Clearview 400 from a friend who decided it was too big for their kitchen. It worked fine, but after less than two years the baffle was completely burned out. I guess that's steel... [ read more ]
We have had our Pioneer Oven for three years now and a very excellent stove it is: easy to light, excellent build quality, and we use it to roast potatoes, boil veg, cook casseroles etc. It... [ read more ]
The controllability is amazing, it can be turned up or maintained as needed for cooking. It is not designed for super slow, overnight burning, but Iíve found that by moving embers to one side... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Very versitile stove by all accounts. Great feedback.
Both my wife and I were concerned about the possible toxic nature of the paint and even more so the inevitable drift of the spray on to furnished/painted surfaces which we felt could not be... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great to here that there was a way over this unfortunate problem and unfortunate response from this manufacturer.
Purchased this stove approximately 10 years ago when renovating an old pub to live in and it really is one of the best decisions we made when choosing between this and an AGA in our live-in... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great to hear of a British made success. Not bad on maintenance costs either, can't be bad!
the clearview oven is the best choice for us, we have had it nearly two years, and we have had two harsh winters, our central heating boiler broke down a while ago but we have not been in a... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Be careful if using materials that reflect the heat near a stove as it can cause them to overheat and may then cause distortion of metal if air gap around the stove is not a good size to allow heat to radiate freely.
In a nut shell the Clearview stove we bought 3 years ago is probably one of the best investments that my wife and I have made. We ran an open fire for 7 years prior to getting the clear view... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Clearview again comes up trumps, it does what it says it will. Good all round stove.
I've had this stove for 3+ years: it heats a 27ftx15 ft kitchen in an old stone house at about 1200 ft on a v exposed site. The kitchen has central heating, but we never turn it on. I use wood... [ read more ]