Morso Dove stove
The Morso Dove stove is still in production and is a cast iron stove with a very traditional design.
- Height: 690mm
- Width: 664mm
- Depth: 520mm
Most Recent Review
, and will stay in overnight with logs if needed . Very impressed, to the point of ordering another one for our new extension .
Most Popular Review
friends I decided to take the plunge and spend a bit more money on buying the Dove (my only concern was that it might be too big, but I was told that it's better to buy one that's too big than too little, and he was completely right!). Overall I'm massively happy, it's a beautiful stove. If I've got one piece of advice to give to anyone it's to buy a clip-in back boiler and not a factory fitted one, as it makes a massive difference to the heat output of the stove.
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newspaper. High heat output that heats a 6m x 6m living/diner, plus adjacent kitchen and reception hall. We use kiln-dried wood to start, then once up to heat (always use a stove thermometer!), we use briquettes. I keep some bags of smokeless fuel in for the depths of winter, when I want to keep some heat overnight. I also recommend a stove-top genuine Ecofan to distribute the heat around a room. I have noticed other locals, with large rooms use Morso¸ stoves, and rave about them. If you use the air-wash top vents correctly (just follow the down-loadable) manual, you will not get a sooted up glass. I have no idea how old the stove is - at least 12+ years, I think.
operates...however like any any fine tuned piece of equipment you need to know how to operate it correctly to get the most out of it. This is not a just a metal box with a chimney on top. The stove can be tricky to light: use dry fuel..period, don't overload it and get a good flame going as early as possible or I'll just sit there and sulk.This stove can be shut down for overnight burning with very little effort but make sure the fuel is partially burnt and dry to avoid resin/water deposits condensing on the flue over night (boy that does stink).
go to bed.... at 9am the following morning, pop a log on and open the air vents and the whole thing bursts into life again.Our stove heats our whole house on an evening and remains warm until mid afternoon the next day. The only downside is it can consume a lot of wood which means you need access to a good supply.