Jotul F250 stove
The Jotul F250 stove is a plain contemporary design either available in black or grey.
This stove can house logs up to 300mm long.
You can get brushed aluminium sides for the Jotul F250
there are also soapstone side panels available for this model.
- Height: 897mm
- Width: 460mm
- Depth: 484mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Wood burning
Most Recent Review
Needs a better fender to keep the logs in when the door is open Very complicated design with lots of parts to go wrong ( which they do ) Much prefer a square simple squirrel or similar which... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
A fabulous little stove easy to light chucks out the heat and easy to damp down. ON the cons the ash pan is virtually non functional because it has no riddler so you need to scoop out the cold... [ read more ]
More reviews for Jotul F250 stove
I love this stove but as I have inherited it I am having trouble working out how to best operate. What do the top and bottom levers do? How should I use them to get the best heat output. Thank... [ read more ]
I have used this stove for 7 years in Japan. Easy to use, easy to maintain, quick warm up but it doesn't stay warm for a long time. If the inside was a bit bigger, it would be much better. I just changed the baffle plate and gasket etc by myself but it was very easy! If this got broken and I had to buy one again, I would go for a bigger one and one you can cook on. Other than that, I'm very satisfied with this f250.... [ read more ]
To the post below, they obviously did not how to operate the Jotul 250 correctly if they think cheaper versions can perform as well, I sell stoves and this is the best Stove for it's size in... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: it may also be that the people below did not have a good chimney draw. Very efficient stoves tend to be heavily baffled which means that they require a better draw to work well. They also give more heat to the room and less up the chimney so this can compound the problem. In which case the 250 should either have gone onto an insulated chimney or one of the alternative stoves installed instead as it is not very suitable for a poor chimney as some other stoves are.
This was our first wood burner that we had for three years. We were thrilled and had never been so warm. However and it is a big however. We have since moved and are the lucky owners of three... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: it may also be the chimney draw is poor. Very efficient stoves tend to be heavily baffled which means that they require a better draw to work well. They also give more heat to the room and less up the chimney so this can compound the problem. In which case the 250 should either have gone onto an insulated chimney or one of the alternative stoves installed instead as it is not very suitable for a poor chimney as some other stoves are.
I've had this stove for a few months and used it almost every day during the winter. It's a fantastic little stove, great looks a great performance! I'm satisfied allround. We use the stove... [ read more ]
We are delighted with our Jotul stove. It heats a very large open plan space effectively. We hardly use our downstairs heating when the fire is burning. The glass stays clean so long as we... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: One can also just spray the stainless steel flue pipe to a colour of choice, even once it is fitted.
Have been very pleased all round with this fire stays in for 6 months of the year constantly...will just tick over slowly warming 3 large rooms in winter