Woodwarm Pheonix FireGem 5kw
The Woodwarm Pheonix FireGem 5kw provides a slim version of the FireBlaze to fit into those smaller spaces.
- Height: 635mm
- Width: 552mm
- Depth: 302mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Wood
- Nominal Heat Output: 5kW
- Efficiency: 84.3%
Most Recent Review
Well, it''s a very well made stove and great for burning wood. The only reservation I have is that the riddler is not suitable for solid fuel.That''s because it''s one of those consisting of... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
It took me a long time to decide which stove was the right one for me and to be honest I didn't even consider a Woodwarm, I was looking at a few other manufacturers and visited a showroom to... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review.
More reviews for Woodwarm Pheonix FireGem 5kw
Opted for this contemporary looking stove as it looks greats and felt well built. Easy to light, controllable air flow / air wash. Very soon after lighting this stove, it began making annoying... [ read more ]
Had the Firegem 5kw fitted 4 weeks ago. Researched a few other stoves but this is so simple to use and the airwash system works perfectly. Wanted a stove with large glass for watching the flames... [ read more ]
I''ve had 2 Phoenix FireGem kw fitted since February 2017 and I have had the same problem with both of them the blanking plugs falling out of the back of the fire. The rest of the fire I cant fault.... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Strange to have two stoves with same problem, are these kept in by twisting and locking in place or just with sealant?
We are loving our new 5kw Firegem. It's the second woodwarm stove that we have owned. We had a Fireview 6kw installed at out last house (see my other review) and it was a magnificent piece of... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great comments.
Bought this and had it fitted 18 months ago. Prior to this stove we had a Stovax Stockton 5 and I can say without hesitation that the Woodwarm is like a Bentley whereas the Stovax is like a... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great feedback for the Woodwarm stove
For burning coal just open the bottom grill/riddle to let in air from the bottom, and retain the two internal plates at each side, these help keep the coals in place. If burning logs remove... [ read more ]