Prity FG W15
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To add a comment to my recent review. The air wash can not be turned off as stated by some expert. Its a full width narrow slot at the top of the door- thats it and it 'aint' close -off-able... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: You say that some of these stoves have extra rope than your model, perhaps trying this on the grate door will help the lack of control currently being reported. It is worth trying to see if this will enable better usage of the product.
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Had my Prity oven stove a year now , not too much too write home about lets say functional and adequate for the " price" but you cannot compare to the more expensive simular type of stove a... [ read more ]
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Owned this for about 3 years and love it. . Super easy to light. Eats wood very fast. Not a hope to keep it in overnight. Ours had NO rope in the doors. I have not fitted any - perhaps I should... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If there is supposed to be rope seals on the door as per other stoves then adding this should help with the amount of air being drawn into the stove and give greater control (using less fuel for same heat!). Check if there should be some before adding though.
I am using the stove connected to 10radiators+ 2 towel heater. When guest rooms closed (2 radiators) we use almost 2 tons of wood in a month. Though the house is almost 200 m2 it is always... [ read more ]
Basically a good stove although very cheaply made. not enough air control . ie no airwash control whatever. the seals around the fire door were pressed in to far so didn't seal.No seal at all... [ read more ]
third winter with this stove, on a live aboard barge...we don't run water from it but we do cook in the oven and top...its that quick to light and warm that I still haven't connected the central... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Is this a boiler stove but just not connected to the system? No boiler stove should be run without it being fully commissioned as damage to the boiler may occur.
Done 2 winters now with this stove and I cant recommend it highly enough in terms of value for money. It runs our DHW and 7 radiators perfectly and has a great sized firebox to make this practical... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Nice review and boiler producing good output. Glass will blacken when the airwash system is closed but should burn off with a short period of fast burn.
I cooked a roast of beef in it recently and the meat was a soft as butter. Only one issue you need to raise the roasting pan or better yet cover the roasting pan with a non-stick baking sheet... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: What more can anyone ask, heat, cooked food and hot ater - can't be a bad advert for this stove.
I bought this stove to replace a ruined Rayburn in a tiny terraced cottage. The arrangement of oven over firebox, with the consequent reduced "footprint" size-plus the 18kW boiler, made the... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: All stoves take time to learn how to operate effectively, persevere and you will get more out of what seems to be an already well used appliance.
The stove works well on all counts. It lights very easily, burns wood, coal, or smokeless, and I find it very controllable, once you get used to it - from 'tickover' to almost furnace.Heats... [ read more ]