Parkray Consort 5 Slimline
The Slimline 5 is a slender version of the Consort 5, the Slimline 5 has a shallower fuel bed so can be fitted on a smaller hearth.
Most Recent Review
Had this stove just over a year. I was assured by the company we bought it from that it would more than heat our living room 23' x13' when burning at capacity and we wouldn't need our radiators... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The size of stove purchased may be small for the area that you are wishing to heat as if poorly insulated I have calculated that this space will require 7.8kW basing the height of the room on 9ft. The stove purchased has a maximum output of 6kW with the nominal (average) being 4kW. Using smokeless fuel on it will give you the best heat output as it is a more even heat than wood which varies during the burning period on the amount of heat produced.
Most Popular Review
Bought our slimline four months ago and have been so impressed.It has delivered on all aspects and just keeps giving.This is our first stove but have used others(holidays/friends houses etc..)... [ read more ]
More reviews for Parkray Consort 5 Slimline
Great 5kw woodburner. ideal size for my large lounge, tucks away into the recess of the hearth plenty of heat looks good in the double door version, easy to use air controls. If you want more... [ read more ]
We have owned a hunter stove for several years and liked it so we thought we would get a parkray consort 5 slimline,, the first one delivered was dropped and the door smashed of it, which... [ read more ]
We have had the stove now for 3 weeks. We love the detail of the stove as we spent a long time researching for it. The last couple of days the stove flu pipe coming from the stove has started... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: I would suggest getting the installer back as this does seem strange, it is not normal for the flue to make a noise.
After looking at lots of reviews and trawling what seemed like the whole of the internet (this site is the best by far for real reviews) I decided on a Parkray burner with the help of a cheap... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: A larger stove would when ticking over cope with the room size whereas this stove on max should cope with the space. Perhaps changing fuel type would give you a better heat output.
Noisy click sound as metal expands and contracts can irritate -heat output not as great as some other models but an OK stove I only burn wood, so if you burn other solid fuels you may have... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If this is a new installation I would go back to supplier about the noise as there may be a way to overcome this!!