Clearview vision 500 stove, page 8 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 8/11 of reviews for Clearview vision 500 stove
A first class stove - clean, simple and stylish. The build quality and attention to detail are excellent and it is a joy to use. Lighting and controlling once lit are quick and easy; the airwash... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review, nothing more to say as customer has said it all!
Like most others here, we rate this stove very highly - Like most blokes, I love just staring into flames (no - I'm not a pyromaniac! - it's just therapeutic). The airwash is very effective,... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Only use dry seasoned wood with a moisture content of less than 20% for best results. Great review.
We purchased our stove (which has the smoke control system) for just over a year, and would thoroughly recommend it. However we have run into potential difficulties with smoke emissions - we... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Smokeless fuels can be used in a smoke controlled area, why you have been told that you can't use on a Defra Approved stove is very strange. Providing you have a grate system this should not be problematic. For a comprehensive list of suitable smokeless fuels please contact the Solid Fuel Advisory Association.
Simply the best Stove I've ever owned. The controllability is fantastic and the airwash system means I ever hardly ever clean the glass at all. Once the stove is up to heat, the central heating... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good review again for Clearview stoves, controlled easily, airwash great happy customer.
I spent weeks on the selection and full marks to the whatstove website for help in the decision making. In the end it was a choice of three, Clearview, Aga and Franco Belge. I liked the looks... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Min clearance above the stove should be 450mm ideally and Documnet J should be adhered to. Installing a stove DIY is risky and should now be signed off by the local Building Control Department. Don't forget the CO2 alarm.
This stove was worth every penny. We ve had cheaper ones in the past and they've been hopeless. We've had it for just over one year and already got our money back as we haven't used our heating... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: A case of you get what you pay for, great review!
It's been burning non stop since September, since replacing an old Jetmaster & lopping off the Aga's backboiler (which used an extra 49kg tank of propane each month on hot water). It's well... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It is most important to ensure that the stove purchased meets the customer / properties requirements, a little extra time at the beginning can mean satisfaction in all areas first time. Good feedback though.
WITHOUT ANY QUESTION , THE BEST STOVE IVE EVER OWNED , THE CONTROL , AND RUNNING COSTS ARE UNBELIEVABLE - THE STOVE IS EXCELLENT IN EVERY SHAPE AND FORM - I PROMISE , IF I EVER MOVE HOME , THAT... [ read more ]
Have had her 3years, the Calor gas bill is 1/4 of what it used to be !!!we burn both stove fuel and wood that a builder brings when he finishes a job, we are cheaper than the tip.We have a chainsaw... [ read more ]
we install clearview woodburning stoves amongst other manufacturers and by far they operate the best. the control is fantastic the build quality is super. yes they are not the cheapest but by... [ read more ]