Villager Chelsea Duo stove
- Height: 495mm
- Width: 457mm
- Depth: 334mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 5kW
- Efficiency: 71.7%
Most Recent Review
We were recommended this stove by both an owner and a fitter and are are very pleased with it. After a little trial and error it lights well and gives out a lot of heat, it is also good to... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
Extremely happy with this woodburner and how easy it is to get any parts which are worn/or needed for annual maintenance. Highly recommend the fire + spares are easy to obtain.
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While the burner works well and as designed, whenever I open the doors, ash caught in the ridge above the rope falls onto the floor. Perhaps an angle or a bevel above the rope seal would prevent... [ read more ]
Every unbelievable excuse under the sun was made to deny that I had a faulty woodburner. Even down to the depth of my ash bed. First of all they said I had too little ash followed by Imhad too... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: This problem may have been corrected, so control would be regained of the stove, with the addition of a flue damper or stabilizer.
Happy with this stove. heats up quickly, burns well and easy to control. Lightweight construction.
Overall very satisfied apart from regular cracking of glass and replacement costs
Stove expert replied: If the glass has cracked more than once it may be due to over tightening of the fixings, unusual to happen more than once unless the glass gets knocked when refuelling etc.
We have had this fire for over 12 years. Cannot beat this type of fire. Room gets really warm and cosy in the winter. Regular renewal of gaskets and ropes, apart from renewing bricks only twice... [ read more ]
Installed in July 2010 and have had a few problems since but the service dept have been excellent. Boiler works very well providing water for 3 radiators. Air wash system not so good and control... [ read more ]
We've had our stove for quite a few years now and we have had maintenance to do. Arada have provided a brilliant service supplying us with spares. Jacki Annette has, in particular, been very... [ read more ]
Only problems are in time the little doors need seals & webbing edging replaced & stuck on with special stick stuff
Stove expert replied: All stoves will require routine maintenance and seals and gaskets should be checked annually to insure they are still doing what they should which is insuring the correct conditions for effective and efficient combustion.