Clearview vision 500 stove, page 3 of reviews
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
Page 3/11 of reviews for Clearview vision 500 stove
I have just had a Vision 500 installed in my kitchen and Blimey Charlie its a brilliant stove. The kitchen is freezing during Winter in my cottage and the Clearview has made a massive difference... [ read more ]
This my first post but I really need some help now. After months of researching including reading through half of the posts in this forum, we finally picked Clearview Vision 500 and it was installed... [ read more ]
Hi - I've recommended this stove to three clients now - and have one myself - they are brilliant. Clean, efficient, controllable and beautifully designed. Recently made a mistake in the ordering... [ read more ]
Had the Clearview vision 500 installed with high canopy and it not only looks fantastic but the performance is amazing, high heat output on very little fuel, we are having extensive work done... [ read more ]
We have had a Clearview Vision 500 with the canopy for about 10 years and are really pleased with the way it performs. The only "problem" that we have had was about 4 years ago and this was only indirectly related to the stove, it was the high cost of having it serviced by a local Clearview supplier. Would we have another one - YES!... [ read more ]
Have had a few stoves this is the best controlled stove so far. You can put the fire out by shutting the control. Not many will do that. The glass always stays clear.
We have a Clearview vision 500 in our new house and although its output of heat is good, we are frustrated by how poor it is in clearing the stove of ash prior to setting the fire for the next... [ read more ]
I can't believe how good this stove is. It burns nothing compared to my old stove. I've waited a life time to afford one. I should have borrowed money to do it sooner!! It's so fantastic! I installed a new liner and chimney pot at the same time. Also I think exterior draft is the key.... [ read more ]
We had vision 500 installed by a company in Cornwall. The stove itself burns well but all the paint on the stove edges just came away leaving bare metal not good for a week old stove and that... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The external paint finish takes a few fires to cure before it hardens to provide a good hard finish. Replacement paint should be provided after such a short period as the warranty should cover this, I would suggest contacting the supplier to see if they can get this for you, they may require the serial number of the stove which should be on the stove or documents provided.
Stove and chimney fitted December 2013 so we had a lovely cosy Christmas with our multi fuel stove. January 2014 some bubbles appeared on the inside glass front but as we kept the stove on continuously... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Glass discolouration normally takes the form of a smoky appearance or a crackle appearance that gradually creeps over the glass and is due to over-firing or not firing hard enough thus allowing the flue gases to stay in the firebox to attack the glass from a chemical reaction. I have not heard of a bubble effect before so I am unable to comment on this but perhaps take photos and send to the manufacturer for their comment.