Westfire 15 stove
The Westfire 15 is a contemporary Danish stove.
It has a plain design - tall and round body with plain door containing a glass viewing panel.
The flue can come out of the top or the back of the stove and the stove can be placed on a 12mm thick hearth.
The Westfire 15 is available in black or grey and burns wood but you can mix in 20% smokeless fuel as it has a grate & ashpan.
- Height: 1070mm
- Width: 440mm
- Depth: 430mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Wood burning
- Nominal Heat Output: 5kW
- Efficiency: 82%
Most Recent Review
It has quite a small firebox. The down side to that is that it limits log size which can make fuel more expensive. The up side is that the curved glass door is exposed to the full intensity... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
The contemporary look and larger window were the real selling points for us. The stove easily heats our large lounge to roasting point with relatively little fuel.There is a knack to lighting... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Reducing the air to the firebox this much reduces efficiency and results in deposits. Not only would the window tar up but there would also be tar in the rest of the stove and chimney. Slow burning also releases a lot more particulates which are bad for people's health - not recommended.
More reviews for Westfire 15 stove
Had mine for 2 years now. Love it. Miss using it in the summer to the extent that I will put it on and lie there sweating. Easy enough to light as long as wood is dry. I had a few problems to... [ read more ]
100% happy with this stove, which we've had for the last couple of years. Easy to light (pull the ash pan out slightly at start), burns well, and heats effectively (the convection effect of... [ read more ]
I have had my Westfire Uniq 15 stove for 2 months now. It is an excellent stove but there are several techniques required to get the best from it. When lighting the ash pan should be opened... [ read more ]
This is a very attractive stove. The large window makes it a feature, and most of our visitors comment on the fabulous flame patterns when its going well, and the air draw is shut down a bit... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: make sure you tell your supplier if access to your site is limited - a smaller vehicle with an extra person on it can usually be sent out if needed (at extra expense of course).
Just love it!I've marked down for burning overnight as we've never tried it so I can't comment.I have to say that it was all my wifes's idea to install a woodburner in our second lounge (we... [ read more ]
We've had ours for two and a bit years - it still looks like new but heats a very big room to a comfortable temperature and on through the house. It is so easy to light (although not from the... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: A very efficient stove like the Westfire 15 will not burn overnight as it cannot be completely turned down. Burning very slowly is inefficient and causes tar deposits you see.
Im really happy with this stove - it heats a little room in my house which was cold before I installed the westfire. Once it is hot and going I turn down the primary air and use the secondary... [ read more ]