Waterford Stanley Oisin stove
Most Recent Review
I purchased aan oisin stove 2 months ago. All went well until yesterday flames started coming out at back of stove. I phoned the centre who installed it for me and was told fire cement obviously... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Surprising and alarming comments as the flue connection should be sealed in place and after 2 months should not be causing a problem, most spigots on a stove twist and lock into place and the sealant is there as back up. This is an installation issue and not directly related to the stove and its quality and performance.
Most Popular Review
very efficent little stove but parts can be expensive
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On lighting first fire smoke was belting out of the back. On checking it was coming out of one of the bolts which holds stove together at the back. Phoned Stanley and was told to tighten the... [ read more ]
Had this multi-fuel stove installed 10 years ago and, until last year, it was brilliant. Then our chimney sweep pointed out that the top baffle had corroded badly and recommended replacement... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: These problems can happen on a steel stove as well as on cast iron models. Wood that has a moisture content of less than 20% should only be used on a stove. Rountin maintainence should be carried out to check all aspects of the installation and may have prevented the flue from dropping off.
I purchased a Wateford Stanley Cara insert stove. Very disappointed. The insides warped and no come back after 1 year.
Stove expert replied: Was the stove installed with the correct insulation surrounding th insert box?
I was actually considering buying a new glass for my stove when I came upon the reviews. I have had my stove for about 15 years and have had no replacement parts so far. It is a basic cast... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Amazing no spares in 15 years - what value for money!!
I am writing again, having previously written on 01/10/11, having had much greater experience of using this stove. I would like the admin to keep my previous review up to show the contrast that... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Experience counts for so much when using a stove, you learn the best way to get the maximum from it so thank you for the updated review.
Have had the Stanley Oisin in for a couple of days now.I have burnt peat, dry and wet wood and high quality, homefire coal.The stove is listed, generally, from 5 to 6.4kw. Before buying, not... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Other factors like insulation, open plan areas etc should be considered before purchasing a stove to insure that the stove is powerful enough to heat the space required. The price is low for this stove but if you still require central heating a larger stove which would be more expensive may prove more cost effective. Still every little heat produced will help to cut other fuel costs.
We went with the Stanley Oisin because of the great range of finishes available which for an enamel finish offered reasonable value when compared to the Stovax alternative. We went for the new... [ read more ]
I have this stove in a 200 year old stone cottage (bad wall insulation) used as a holiday home (Ireland). It was in the cottage when I bought it. After it gets going the heat in the room is... [ read more ]