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
Most Recent Review
make soups, boil beans - in fact everything a hob and oven could do, my Pioneer could do - and faster. I never ever used the central heating (I never worked out how to, but it wasn''t necessary) and it was the cheapest way of heating and cooking. I grieved when I sold the house and included the stove. And now I sit huddled over an inefficient stove that eats up logs, waiting for my supplier to take delivery of my next Pioneer and change my life again. I had a Jotul once which didn''t compare. My Aga multifuel woodburner comes nowhere near. I absolutely 100% recommend the Pioneer.
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, it is very easy to light ,my mid terraced house is so hot now up stairs and down havent needed to use the gas heating and dont intend to .my only problem with this is the silly price tag but i have it now so they better not reduce it now
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stove that will heat any normal house room and with a more strong steel shell and the down wash keeps glass clean with only a weekly clean with special glass cleaner. These stoves have a brilliant design, costs more than some but worth every penny in quality
for you. I shall stick to cast iron in future.
Stove expert replied: Very versitile stove by all accounts. Great feedback.
Stove expert replied: Great to here that there was a way over this unfortunate problem and unfortunate response from this manufacturer.
kitchen. We keep the fire in from Autumn through to Spring and never have a problem with it staying in over-night. Occasionally we cook stews in the oven with great results, and it really is the 'heart' of the kitchen.If I were to be really picky I would say the handle could be insulated so you don't need a glove to open the door and the top plate in the fire chamber is a little unforgiving if you allow the fire to over-heat when using coal - we get through one every couple of years and replace the fire bricks approximately every 3 years. This aside it is really well built and it is British.
Stove expert replied: Great to hear of a British made success. Not bad on maintenance costs either, can't be bad!
hurry to get a new boiler as yet. i love the oven and it makes great stews, which we have often, bought a stew pot specially. the stove is easy to light easy to control, burns wood or smokeless fuel, we often fill up for over night burn with the smokeless fuel and still going in the morning, the house is so much warmer then using the central heating. We would buy clearview again, we are so in love with it, we wouldnt have anything else. good idea of the other reviewer with the tin foil and magnets i will try that tip, and also the riddling mechanism sometimes can slip out but you just slot it back in the hole, and thats happened once.
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.
wood burner and wished we had got it sooner.We would guess that the clear view burner is using 25% less wood than the open fire and is giving out far more heat than the open fire, it's cleaner to run and we don't have a problem with dust any more plus it's got the added bonus that you don't have to worry about fire guards etc when you leave the propertyAll in all an excellent burner and I would certainly reccomend the Clear View.www.robinsreach.co.uk
Stove expert replied: Clearview again comes up trumps, it does what it says it will. Good all round stove.
during the day, and smokeless fuel at night to keep it in overnight: about 8-12 chunks of smokeless will do the job without gunging up the flu with tar from burning wood at low temp. I can boil a kettle, fry an egg or roast a chicken/make soup in the oven (I put aluminium foil over the opening with magnets to increase the temp). If not kept in overnight, it takes all of 2 mins to light in the morning, and fires up immediately. Only reason I gave the build 4 instead of 5 is that the riddling mechanism stopped working, but it's easy enough to just riddle it with a poker when necessary, which isn't by any means each day. All in all, great stove: would definitely buy again