Clearview Pioneer 400 stove, page 10 of reviews
The Clearview Pioneer 400 stove is the smallest in the Clearview range of stoves.
This stove is made in UK and available in many colours.
The Clearview Pioneer has one single door.
Clearview stoves are available with or without multi fuel kit, back boilers, smoke control kits for smokeless areas, 2,4 or 6 inch legs & optional direct air supply to connect to the outside.
This makes them versatile stoves.
- Height: 591mm
- Width: 462mm
- Depth: 383mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Multifuell
Page 10/11 of reviews for Clearview Pioneer 400 stove
absolutly delighted with this fire, i watch it more than the T.V!!!
The Clearview Pioneer 400 is the best purchase we have ever made. It has transformed our home. It is quite expensive but it gets used every day and gives us so much pleasure. This is our... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: What a great review.
We have ran one of these for about 3 years and I have to say that I needed a lot of persuading by my other half that we should spend this much on a stove. However she was right. It's heat output... [ read more ]
Our first woodburner. Now 2 yrs old. Rarely any soot on glass ie always clear which it seems is the biggest problem with other Mfrs. Also little ash left over. We had a very tight chimney space... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Ensure that wood is dry and seasoned with a moisture content of less than 20%. Getting wood from the fields etc may well still be too wet and be careful about drying near the stove!
Like most people I did loads of internet research into which stove would be best and talked to other stove owners. It came down to Clearview Pioneer 400 or a Hunter, depending on the cost of... [ read more ]
We had our Pioneer 400 installed just before Christmas 2012 and it has hardly missed a days burning since. We have an open plan lounge and dining room and at first I was a little concerned the... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great feedback. Glad this site was of use when choosing your stove.
I love my Clearview 400 so much that I am having it taken out and reinstalled into my new home, when I move. I have never had a moment's trouble with it. It is easy to light and maintains a fantastic heat. It has been a lifesaver in the worst of weathers.... [ read more ]
It burns still as cleanly as my friend's 400 without the boiler. Even burning house coal it doesn't soot the glass. Before lighting a damp piece of kitchen roll easily cleans glass (though it... [ read more ]
We don't try to keep it going all night but often it will re-light in the morning just with a handful of kindling and turning the bottom air on full. The blowtorch effect when you do this is... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Empty the ash before it gets too close to the grate as this can shorten the life expectancy if them.