Parkray Aspect 5
Parkray Aspect 5 is available as a standard, compact or slimline sizes giving flexibility to where you can fit this 5kW stove.
- Height: 590mm
- Width: 494mm
- Depth: 364mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Wood
- Nominal Heat Output: 4.9kW
- Efficiency: 79.1%
Most Recent Review
Great looking stove, commented on favourably by visitors (virtual or physical!); nice big flame picture; efficient heat output; fairly simple / easy to use.
Stove expert replied: Nice comments.
Most Popular Review
Aspect 5 slimline fitted in September and it has the best ''fire picture'' we''ve ever had. It''s easy to light, excellent heat output, the glass stays clean and it looks superb. It''s also... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great comments.
More reviews for Parkray Aspect 5 (page 1 of 2)
Fitted 2nd aspect 5 in December in our house usual teething problems ( cold flue,bit smokey ) but it's all good now . One negative though, same as many comments, flue control is rather sticky... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Have you discussed this issue with the supplier?
We absolutely love out stove. It looks really nice and adds a real ''wow'' feature to our lounge. We highly recommend it.
We had this stove expertly fitted in early October and just in time as the weather soon turned and became cold and snowy. The stove has a great heat output, easily heating up the room and by... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review.
We had this stove fitted around a month ago. It looks great and gives out fantastic heat. The only downside we have found is the noise it makes when heating up and cooling down. This can be... [ read more ]
I've fitted a few of the aspect range stoves. When I've fitted them with a multifuel kit I've never had a problem, but I've fitted 3 without and every time you open the door it smokes back!!... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If smoke comes back into the room once the flue is warmed, it is normally due to not enough draw being present that will lift the flue gases away from the firebox,, were the flue draw measurements taken at the time of installation, did they match what is recommended by the manufacturer? Is there enough air in the room, is the flue height the 4.5mtrs recommended?
Absolutely over the moon with this log burner my two cats just love getting warm lying next to it, the installer was very pleasant and helpful.
For the last 40 years the lounge of Grade II listed Mulberry House has enjoyed an open fire (a now obsolete Rayburn Rembrandt). With a free supply of wood from felled trees on our land, it... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review. Stoves are a great improvement to an open fire and efficiency wise there is no comparison.
We had this installed in mid January to use just as a feature and for colder days to supplement our central heating. It is now February and I am on my third load of logs!I try and close down... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Running the stove on max should be used with care and for periods of 15 - 20mins only followed by a slower burning period. Depending on how long the stove is lit and on how large a load of logs you have needs to be clearer to say if normal or excessive. You will only get out of a stove what you put into it with regards to the fuel providing the installation falls between the normal parameters for the given stove.
I must have fitted 100 aspect 5s the only downer is the bolts to alter the feet are hard to get to but that is a fitter moaning. When I first saw the stove a year last June i said to my co worker... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: High praise for this stove having fitted so many of them.