Romotop Stromboli stove
The Romotop Stromboli stove is a contemporary stove with a relatively high output. The stove has a curved body and one plain door on the front of the stove with 1 curved glass in it.
The body of the Stromboli can be clad in ceramic colours or stone.
You can place the stove on a 12m thick heard.
- Height: 1049mm
- Width: 654mm
- Depth: 463mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Wood burning
- Nominal Heat Output: 7kW
- Efficiency: 79%
Most Recent Review
I would recommend this stove and the the company who sold it to anyone.
Most Popular Review
years have we have seen very low temperatures overnight. The burning time is not great and will last about 4/5 hours. Overall a good fire.
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bearings fell apart after about 14 months and after paying out for a quality stove really didnt expect to have to make a new bearing and take the whole thing apart including uninstalling and reinstalling my flue :( Apart from that very happy great stove loads of heat doesn't get used quite as much as we thought because our tiled floor with underfloor heating is awesome but with doors wide open in the middle of winter creates a great focal point and keeps us warm. Another best point is hours after you've gone to bed the stove is still warm to touch even in the morning thus keeping heat in your house / room throughout the night.
Stove expert replied: A shame that a problem caused so much disruption but overall seems a good quality stove with pleasing results.
x 30ft room. There are white marble floors with underfloor heating & I have never had it on as the stove gives off so much heat. The house is in Portrush on the north coast of Ireland looking over an Atlantic Ocean bay so it gets extreme weather in winter.Please buy this stove you will love it. I have just ordered a new Romotop "Astorga " with baby pink ceramic sides so I will let you know how I get on with it.In my country home I have two large "Hunter" stoves for the past 28 years they give off lots of heat, but need up dating. A word of caution to use stoves daily make sure you have a free supply of wood,a good chain saw & be fit to stack&carry it about.
well packaged and well screwed together. it also weighs a complete tonne. you will have to dismantle the crate before even thinking about moving the thing. lots of things are removeable from the fire so take out and off everything you possibly can.i sat my stove on a 30mm granite hearth.i would not advise a glass hearth, its really heavy. there are three ways you can have this stove finished. plain grey, stone or ceramic. i chose the ceramic which adds extra cost but in my opinion worth every penny. the only problem is hoping the colour matches the chart.in my case it was near enough. when lighting i use newspaper and good kindlers. lighting is pretty easy but you need to start with small logs until you get a good heat and a red hot base of embers.when the fire is in full flow the the large glass window really does the fire justice, its terrific.the airflows can be used to alter your burning pattern. although its great to look at, it burns wood like no tomorrow. its like a new born baby, always needing attention. this is however all part of the woodburning joy. putting a log on to burn the whole evening and heating half your house is complete nonsense. be prepared to work hard. chopping and storing wood is another story but when you are buying one of these you basically know thats all part of the charm.i heat an area of about 30 square metres. yes and you will spend more time looking at the flames than your telly. an expensive purchase especially with the ceramic plates but worth every penny.