Dunsley Highlander 5 stove
The Dunsley Highlander 5 stove gives out up to 5kW of heat making it suited to the small living room.
- Height: 630mm
- Width: 425mm
- Depth: 385mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Efficiency: 80%
Most Recent Review
My previous fire which was a fire line had its own problems but it used to shut down nearly air tight on a night. I could put coal on and next morning the coal would be still black and Hardly... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: There is guidance in the manual for this type of problem. Too high a flue draught, controls not set correctly, not enough fuel etc. Do bear in mind that any alteration to the stove will invalidate your warranty. There should always be some air being allowed into the firebox to maintain a clear glass, to insure that the flue system does not become blocked with a build up of tar deposits and to prevent condensation etc. It would be best to get the flue draught reading checked before making any changes / adaptations to the stove.
Most Popular Review
worth every pound paid, especially during a power cut, pity it will not overnight on wood, apart from that highly satisfied.
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Like most log burner owners I spent a very long time researching my weapon of choice. I was originally going to go for the Morso Badger that my brother owns (and is happy with), but aside from... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Well explained comments for this stove which seems very pleasing to the customer.
All I can say though is the stove has been great, kicks out the heat. I do still have a bit of trouble getting it to slumber for any length of time, perhaps its not ideal for this, and the glass... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: High praise for the Dunsley Company and their product.
Bought the stove as used off of internet after reading reviews for months. Final choice was based on cost and reviews. We absolutely love it, we burn both logs and smokeless fuels, smokeless... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Stoves are put in large hallways for heating the whole house (if not fully but taking the chill off), the main consideration is the clearance required and providing the hall is large seems to make perfect sense.
bought new 5 months back started using approx mid November 15 . had a Tiger and a Jotul in the past. Dunsley lights very easily and stays in all night with ease on Homefire Ovals in fact stoked... [ read more ]
This stove has proved why it has such good reviews - it's so economical and you can burn it at the rate you want - ticking over or roaring. It's so quiet and efficient - you wonder if it's on... [ read more ]
The stove hasn't skipped a beat since install and we have it fitted into our large lounge measuring 18' X 16' X 11' high and it does a great job, it doesn't heat our hall or upstairs with the... [ read more ]
We took on a house in the Highlands with a Dunsley Highlander 7. The backboiler heats the water (if given most of the day and a medium sized tree to burn) and the remainder of the heat goes... [ read more ]
For our relatively small living room it heats the room very well & does not cause too much of a draft through the room. The heat does not escape further into the house much but this may be down... [ read more ]