Stovax Regency stove

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3 flames

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Stovax Regency stove

The Stovax Regency stove is available in 3 sizes - small medium & large -

the measurements above are for the large model.

The Regency Has 2 solid doors - 4 folding so that the doors can be folded back against the stove


the stove run with the doors open - like a fireplace.

There are optional extrasd for these models - bean pot assembly & barberque sets.

Technical Data
  • Height: 960mm
  • Width: 950mm
  • Depth: 696mm
  • Flue Diameter: 200mm
  • Fuel: Multi fuel

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Review Ratings Breakdown

Build Quality 3.5 flames
Quality of finish 4.5 flames
Value for money 3 flames
Ease of use 4 flames
Ease of lighting 4.5 flames
Firebox size 4 flames
How well does the airwash work 2 flames
Controllability 1.5 flames
Handle operation 2 flames
How likely are you to buy it again? 2 flames
What is your overall satisfaction? 3.5 flames

Most Recent Review

  • Stovax Regency Medium

    Mrs Victoria Barraclough 15 years ago

    I'm very happy with this stove, it looks good and has the effect of an open fire when the doors are wide open and the basket is fully burning, with the benefits of being a stove. This is the
    first stove I've had so I'm not sure how it compares to others, but I am perfectly happy with!
    Overall rating:

    4 flames

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  • Stovax Regency

    Martin 15 years ago

    Whereas most stoves look a bit 'Harvester' restuarant fake. This definitely looks the part. Looks grate (sic) in period properties. Mine is listed. But then it is a repro of the classic Franklin
    design. But if you eat in corporate run pubs and no guv'nor maybe you won't notice this. Really needs to be regarded as an open fire, because not being airtight it is not truly controlled. It is the most efficient open fire you could use, but again, not a stove. If you want a fire insert, this is for you. Don't bother with the rail, just gets in the way and gilds the lily a bit. I had the non-boiler, but upstairs (I had two) I have the boiler model. But output so low, hardly worth the plumbing effort. Swapped out the non-boiler for a Coalbrookdale Severn Boiler, (can't review it 'cos this site has no slot at time of writng for a CBD) to heat the rads around house when not using a Dowling (see my Dowling Sumo review). Good if all you want you want is a non boiler open fire that is easierr to clean and empty thatn an open grate fire. Won't slumber. Grate focal point to a period room
    Overall rating:

    2.5 flames