Dovre 2000 stove
The Dovre 2000 is a multi fuel stove.
You can install this stove built in or you can have it free standing with or without optional plinth
using one of 3 canopy heights - small medium or large.
The body of the stove is cast iron - but the canopy on the Dovre 2000 is made of steel.
The doors are 4 folded & can be pushed back against the sides of the stove leaving a biog fireplace opening.
- Height: 1000mm
- Width: 690mm
- Depth: 550mm
- Flue Diameter: 200mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
- Efficiency: 71%
Most Recent Review
We've had our stove for 10 years and it still looks like new. We love it and so do all that visitors to our home and its a must for winter both for warmth and visual comfort. I have to say we... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: A good stove review and only having to replace two sets of knobs in 10 years proves the quality of the build. .
Most Popular Review
Our stove has become a much admired feature in our room. The heat is amazing especially with it being freestanding and heat coming from every surface. The glass in the doors needs to be... [ read more ]
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I''ve had this stove for 20 years and it is still performing well. This season''s fires have been as good as ever. It can be a bit sensitive in terms of setting the air-vents - a roaring fire... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great length of service from this stove.
I have a Dovre 2000 with solid doors. It gives good heating and is easy to use. But it is boring with the solid doors. Can they be exchenged with glass doors?
This stove was bought to use open. It's just great that way - gives an estimated 12kW output burning 4kg soft dry wood per hour with the doors open. Closed - waste of time! Still burns up to... [ read more ]
Installed 8 years ago and reasonably satisfied. Main problem is that it only burns well over the riddling frame and leaves unburnt wood/fuel on either side. Never tried to keep in overnight... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Using a stove with the doors open does affect the efficiency of the stove, I use a poker to move the unburnt fuel to the middle, worth a try perhaps!!
As with all open fires there is always a bit of mess involved but with the doors shut it is easy to do a quick clean up. We opted for the solid doors but it results in the fire being used open... [ read more ]
The trouble with reviews,compared to what!.Most wood stoves are much better than an open fire or a missed calculatted inglenook.That means all owners will review with a high score.The Dovre... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: this stove is for those who want an open fire but a bit more efficiency. As the reviewer says it is not as efficient as some freestanding stoves but that is not its function. The reviewer asks quite right what one compares a stove to? In this case I would suggest one would compare the stove to other inglenook stoves. There is in fact a baffle that comes with the stove but to operate you have to open the door so most people do not fit it! Here again I think perhaps it is the salesperson who let the consumer down - decent advice at the start might have stopped false expectations from this stove?
We have had the 2000 since 2001 and apart from changing the door seals once and replacing the iron base once it has been a friend of the family. We have a 10 inch flue and find that it burns... [ read more ]
We absolutely love our Dovre with its "billy goats gruff" scene on the back plate. Fantastic to have it wide open and appreciate it like a roaring fire; or to close it up so it burns more efficiently... [ read more ]