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Review of Klover Smart 120 wood pellet cooker

A Year with a Klover Smart 120

Angela Seal 3 years ago

I had the Klover Smart 120 installed just over a year ago to replace a solid fuel Rayburn because I was concerned about the environmental impact and health implications of using coal. I am still learning how to use it most efficiently but the new stove has fulfilled all the reasons that I chose it for. It is much cleaner and more economical to run, incredibly efficient - a tiny amount of ash is left and what there is can go straight on the vegetable plot.The kitchen is cleaner and I now have the luxury of a fully automated system and can come home to a warm house. I rarely use my electric cooker and enjoy cooking with the Klover although I''m still learning about timing and making sure it''s working hard at the right time if I need a high temperature for example to bake bread. I keep a kettle on the hob so that saves electricity and I have an airing rack above it.

So my Klover heats the house and water, cooks the dinner, makes the tea and dries the washing all with a very low carbon footprint, so I''m very pleased.

Stove expert replied: Great comments for this very versatile product, the heart of the home!

Overall rating:

4 flames

Build Quality 5 flames (avg 5)
Quality of finish 4 flames (avg 4.9)
Value for money 4 flames (avg 4.9)
Ease of use 4 flames (avg 4.4)
Ease of lighting 5 flames (avg 4.9)
Firebox size 2 flames (avg 4.6)
How well does the airwash work 3 flames (avg 4.4)
Controllability 4 flames (avg 4.8)
Handle operation 4 flames (avg 4.7)
How likely are you to buy it again? 4 flames (avg 4.8)
What is your overall satisfaction? 4 flames (avg 4.9)