Firebelly FB2 double sided stove
Big output contemporary stove with a big glass on both sides.
Possible to change to multi fuel option and is available in a lot of different colours.
- Height: 601mm
- Width: 639mm
- Depth: 423mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Nominal Heat Output: 8kW
Most Recent Review
We have had our firebelly stove for just over a year. We wish we had gone with another brand. It smokes when opening the door to load but the main thing is we can not leave it to burn out over... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: That's a shame Jessica. There are a few things you can do about this and they are mainly to do with the chimney - in reality the issues you describe are more to do with the chimney and the installation than the stove itself. Of course how heavily a stove is baffled ie how much it restricts the flow up the chimney, will have an effect and means that you need a chimney with a good draw, and the size of the door does have an effect Downdraught can often be helped by raising the chimney higher - so consider that. There are also cowls that stop downdraught perhaps the best type s called a veddette. It's worth opening a window and seeing if that helps with smoking into the room when you open the stove door - if it does then you might need a vent to the room to supply extra air. This would be especially the case if you have a well sealed house, double glazing, etc. Hope there is something there that may help.
Most Popular Review
Lights easy as long as you open 1 of the top vents gives plenty draw to burn keep bottom ones closed. Took us a few weeks to work out how best to use vents top and bottom. Hardly ever use... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: High priase for this stove, great feedback.
More reviews for Firebelly FB2 double sided stove
The stove looks great I have the black with stainless legs but can't slow the burn down and can't get it to burn with in recommended temperature the highest temperature it will reach is 180... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Different flue system behave in different ways even within the same house. It may be advisable to get professional assistance before spending out more money.
I bought this stove to heat two large rooms - living and kitchen/diner. We live in rural Scotland so it get's pretty cold in the winter months. We had a fair amount of building work done to... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: On the windy days take more care with the air controls as they may need to be adjusted to allow less than normal amounts of air into the stove so that it does not overdraw. A flue damper may be a good option to prevent over-drawing long term. Otherwise a great review.
Just to say I have read all other reviews AFTER I bought it. ( I would not have bought it had I read them) I have owned a very good Morso stove but wanted a double sided. It's not easy to use... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good informative comments for other users to follow.