Esse 125 wood burning stove
The Esse 125 stove is a contemporary stove with one plain glass door which
gives a good view of the fire.
This wood burning model is available in black only and has a 125mm flue outlet.
It is made of a mix of cast iron and steel and has been fabricated in the UK.
- Height: 530mm
- Width: 648mm
- Depth: 363mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 5kW
- Efficiency: 82%
Most Recent Review
Stove superb! Installation and works via local HETAS family owned company. Everything was done to an exacting standard.
Most Popular Review
The Esse 125SE (smoke exempt) is fully approved for use in smoke-control areas under the Clean Air Acts. Our installation, through an HETAS installer based in NW London, represented such good... [ read more ]
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I installed an Esse 125 Multi Fuel stove 4 years ago and it's been superb. Prior to buying this stove I had considered many makes, models and prices. This particular stove was just under £1000... [ read more ]
Esse guarantee is not good, in fact the only thing guaranteed is the metal box, I asked for a new baffle that bent within six months, the reply was:- the guarantee does not cover Glass, rope... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: This guarantee policy is standard for most if not all manufacturers who do not cover consumable parts. As your baffle plate warped in such a short time and you state you can't dampen your stove down it would appear that you have a flue draw problem as it seems to be over-drawing. This is an installation issue and not a stove issue and should be investigated in the near future as leaving may lead to further problems with metal distortion of the stove if left unchecked. First thing would be to get a flue draw test undertaken and check that it matches the manufacturers instructions.
We have had this stove installed by a reputable registered supplier three years ago. It has fulfilled all of our expectations with one major exception - the burn control. No matter how I adjust... [ read more ]
Having this stove for 3 year now and having it on all winter 24/7 I think its been fantastic. Fire bricks have just cracked in the back and I think its time for a new rope seal now. Dry wood... [ read more ]
The stove was installed during August 2014 and it looks great, is easy to light and heat output is just perfect for our home. Having said that - we are on glass number 3. The 1st pain broke... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Make sure that you do not over tighten the glass, it may be that this has caused stress where the fixings are.
Superb burner. Had mine for 2 years with no issues to report and this is use daily in autumn and winter. I have read the comments posted and I do feel many of the challenges are due to how you... [ read more ]
Key factors in my decision to recently purchase this particular stove were the large glass front and claims that the 'airwash' system would keep the glass clear. I've been disappointed to find... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The SE models have less air intake movement control as the flue gases need to be permanently diluted to conform to the smoke controlled area regulations. It is a shame that you have this problem with deposits on the glass, if the air control is fully open this should be kept to a minimum.
This applies to the Esse 125 mu1tifuel but only used wood so far. Very easy to light, sits right in the alcove of our '20s bungalow fireplace. Lots of heat and a great view of flames. Very... [ read more ]
We had an Esse 125 woodburner installed a couple of months ago in our lounge which is approximately 7m x4m x2.4m or 70 cu.m.It is a modern design which fits in perfectly with the decor and looks... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review and a happy customer, what more can you ask for?