Portway 1 contemporary stove
The Portway 1 contemporary stove is a Defra exempt 5kW multifuel stove.
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comments are that when the door is opened there is always a build up of ash which falls into the hearth, this is probably due to the grate/door/airwash design. Just means that every time the door is opened you need a dustpan and brush to clear up also the airways control levers are constantly loose and need tightening up regularly.
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Stove expert replied: Honest feedback with good and bad points. Sound scores overall.
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Â£8.25/25kg) and hard wood or just wood. It's an exempt appliance so ok in a smoke control area. The only negative is that the back fire brick breaks up after a year and Â£40 each Fits in very tight spaces which was necessary for us. Great little stove :)
is reduced as I have back problems a plus as far as I'm concerned. There is very little ash with good kiln dried wood but wow the heat out of this their smallest in the range is great, we leave the doors open in our bungalow so the heat goes round the whole place keeping us warm no need for the central heating. I have been also surprised at how easy it is to light and keep clean remembering when I was a kid (70s) and had to do our fire place at home it was dirty and hard work this ones a dream I even enjoy preparing the fire now! Ours is free standing as we don't have a chimney so had the extra expense of a flue put in. However at lest we know what's been done and it looks very modern and contemporary if anyone comes in they seem drawn to the fire and we get lots go complements. So in short it's made in the UK gives good heat output 5kw and is slim and stylish not in your face like some. Would I buy it again YES!
I'd be absolutely fine without a liner. and it's been marvellous. Air wash great as long as burning dry wood, heat output is great considering the small size of the stove, it looks lovely, has a removable handle so you don't burn your hands. Doesn't burn great over night with wood, but it'll burn fine over night if you use smokeless coal and turn it right down. I've not had a single problem with it and it saved me when my heating went funny. It's also good in terms of fuel consumption when I compare it to my stove in my last house, a 5kw Charnwood Island. Well priced as well, £750 for a Defra approved British made stove.
Stove expert replied: Good review, satisfied customer.