Jotul F 371 stove

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Jotul F 371 stove

The Jotul F 371 stove is a contemporary model available in black or grey.

There are optional side panels for this Jotul model in fairytale, reed or solid design.

You can also Glass panels for the top, sides and front for the stove.

The Jotul F371 has a log store under the fire box -

the F 373 is on a pedestal and can have a rotating pedestal kit - so that the fire can be viewed from different angles.

Technical Data
  • Fuel: Wood burning

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Review Ratings Breakdown

Build Quality 5 flames
Quality of finish 5 flames
Value for money 4 flames
Ease of use 4 flames
Ease of lighting 5 flames
Firebox size 4 flames
How well does the airwash work 5 flames
Controllability 4 flames
Handle operation 5 flames
How likely are you to buy it again? 5 flames
What is your overall satisfaction? 5 flames
  • a good investment

    Alice Cook 13 years ago

    We bought a Jotul 376 (the same as pictured apart from glass side panels and glass wood store underneath)and are very pleased with it. After looking at many models and listening to much differing
    advice we chose a Jotul because the stove is completely cast iron (good heat retaining properties and far less likely to warp or crack), and it has high efficiency incorporating a 'secondary burn' of gases which reduce smoke emissions and increase the heat output. It is very solidly and well built but also is very attractive. The air wash system works very well provided you use a sufficient quantity of good quality wood. If you use a small quantity of damp wood, the front glass will smoke up quickly. However the glass will self clean afterwards with good wood and using the secondary burn setting. It took us a good few weeks to really learn how to use it. The English Jotul website is not very comprehensive and we found much better advice on the USA website. It does take a while to learn how to build up a fire so that you don't smoke up the glass, but once learnt we enjoy a clearview every time now. We have on a number of occasions used the glowing charcoal under the ash from the previous evening to light a fire the following morning by just adding small pieces of wood or kindling without having to lay it again. It is one of the more expensive types of stove, but well worth the outlay - you get what you pay for!

    Stove expert replied: Interesting that you have now learnt that damp wood does not work well on the stove, only dry seasoned timber should be used in any closed appliance. Good review though.

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames