Clearview vision 500 stove
The Clearview vision 500 stove is available as a flat top, low canopy or high canopy model.
The legs can be 2,4 or 6 inches on this Clearview stove.
The Vision 500 is available with multi fuel kit for burning coal
a smoke control kit to use in smokeless areas.
You can get the Clearview stoves in coloured finishes too.
- Height: 588mm
- Width: 582mm
- Depth: 330mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
Most Recent Review
Having had 3 different stoves over the last 15 years, I feel quite well qualified in reviewing the vision 500.The other stoves I have had have been British made and one Danish. All have been... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
Installed the Vision 500 about 10 years ago, at that time the airwash was quite a new twist on an old idea. On first installing the stove we had fumes creeping through the joints in the chimney... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Replacement rope is expensive but important to the working of a stove, think of it as a genuine spare for a car. It is not only the diameter of the rope but the density as well and this is a trade secret to each manufacturer.
More reviews for Clearview vision 500 stove (page 1 of 11)
I have now had this stove for 3 seasons which I fitted myself following research and learning the regs. I then got it approved by a hetas installer. I have read the negative reviews but in... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great informative comments, and never a truer word written! If you know how to use a stove correctly you can get wonderful results. Certainly worth finding out about how to operate a stove prior to purchasing one.
I bought this stove after reading some of the positive reviews, I have had the stove approximately three years, I have only ever burnt seasoned wood and approved smokeless fuel, on replacing... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The manual that is provided with the stove should set out clearly the warranty / guarantee terms and conditions and also what fuel can be used on the appliance. Having looked at a manual it states: " Many manufactured solid fuels now contain oil products, these can be very corrosive, burning such fuels in your Clearview stove will void your warranty, the life of metal flues will be much reduced and glass may become opaque". It is very important for every customer to read the manual to check what is allowed as this varies with different stoves and can be a costly error should they not be followed and a problem occurs.
I installed my Clearview about 7 years ago after a lot of research and am very pleased with my purchase. I have to heat an open plan ground floor of approximately 40sq meters in a small drafty... [ read more ]
We built our house in 2012-13, moved in in 2013. Underfloor heating, very efficient windows and insulation up the wazoo. I chose a clearview 500 due to the airwash and the overnighting. We burn... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review.
Our stove was installed 6 years ago in a 2 bed bungalow. When we burn 24/7 during cold spells it warms through the whole building. Very economical on wood, we have 2 seasons burning stored so... [ read more ]
We have had our Clearview 500 for a year now and it is excellent. It gives out lots of heat, very efficient. It is very easy to control with the 2 air vents and the glass has remained clean... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great comments
We have just had a used Vision 500 fitted for us by a local, reputable HETAS engineer. This stove has literally transformed a chilly, draughty 16th century farmhouse into a toasty and cosy place... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Providing the wood is dry, well seasoned with a moisture content of less than 20% the heat generated should be high with efficient burning achieved.
It took us 2.5 years to decide on the appropriate stove for future-proofing our sitting room. I really loved our open fire but the down-draughts of billowing smoke, soot, poor energy efficiency... [ read more ]
We installed our first one 20 years ago (we later put in a Vision and a Pioneer in other rooms). We only burn seasoned wood. Last year was the first time that we had it properly serviced and... [ read more ]