Woodwarm Phoenix Fireblaze 6kW
- Height: 635mm
- Width: 552mm
- Depth: 366mm
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, looks fantastic. As others have said the door handle has a lovely smooth action, the ashbox is easy to empty and the firebox takes good length logs.
Stove expert replied: Lovely comments
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up the chimney. Although this particular stove had no reviews on this website, I was impressed with the feedback from other Woodwarm users. I also considered stoves from Clearview and Morso. The build quality of this stove is excellent, particularly the door mechanism with itâ€™s handle on the right hand side. This was a major consideration for me as my log store is to the right of the stove and I didnâ€™t want to have to reach around a hot open door to refuel it. The large glass door enables a good view of the fire and the airwash system keeps it very clean. It is easy to load and will take 12 inch logs without problem. The riddling system is very good and the ashpan is easy to empty without any mess. So far I have only used wood, but the stove will also burn smokeless fuel with the two supplied metal inserts fitted. Lighting the stove is easy and it quickly gets hot. The airflow system is simple to use and very controllable. The stove is also supplied with a large heatproof glove which is useful for refuelling. I can thoroughly recommend this stove. The addition of a heat powered stove top fan has improved heat distribution and is well worth the expense.
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- the build quality is brilliant.I will not be changing my stove again.
Stove expert replied: Great comments and full marks!
If I love it quite as much as my fireview (which was just amazing) but it''s a wonderful looking burner and I can pile loads of logs in.
much wood. We have had the baffle modified.
Stove expert replied: Perhaps get a flue damper or stabilizer fitted which will give greater control - the flue draw can be measured to see if this exceeds the recommendation made by the manufacturer.
buy but I think well worth it, the quality of the workmanship is far superior to the Hunter that we had for 18 yrs
, but I think this one is the best design so far. It is very easy to light & control & I think it is a very good looking modern design. The airwash is so good there has not been one speck of soot on the glass in over three weeks despite the fire burning continually & left to slumber every night. I cannot think of one negative thing to say about this stove, so it has my 100% recommendation.
Stove expert replied: Great review.
I would recommend it if I could get rid of the noise
Stove expert replied: Have you gone back to the supplier? Do check the internal parts are located correctly as I have known a noise as described from a baffle plate that was not installed in the correct position and made a noise on expansion and contraction.
solid fuel I dare say the warp would've been a lot worse. Got a replacement baffle and it's clearly a different spec, sturdier and better engineered to cope with 6kw but no explanation from Woodwarm. (Ooops we under designed - try this new improved one would've been nice). The online guide still shows the old baffle.
Stove expert replied: Changes and modifications can and are often made throughout the lifetime of a stove and if a manufacturer changes parts and then were to give them away free to every customer would seem unrealistic as this does not happen with other goods as a matter of course. You have not said the age of the stove but internal parts can distort for several reasons, over drawing by user, too strong a draw on the flue system, incorrect fuel to name just a few.
(I wanted to know if I could burn peat briquettes so I phoned them and was given an answer straight away). This stove is easy to light and the speed of the burn can be easily controlled. The heat output is amazing and, with internal doors open, the downstairs is toasty and the upstairs comfortable. Installation from an excellent engineer cost nearly Â£4k, but that involved not only the purchase of the stove but the entire remodelling of the fireplace and the fitment of a granite hearth. However, an estate agent friend says that it''ll put at least Â£10k on the value of the property as the gas mains are many miles away and heating is otherwise by oil boilers. I make kindling by cutting up old pallets which are scrounged from work and I bought a truck load of tree rings and branches from a tree surgeon last April, therefore my running costs for the entire winter are about Â£100 to keep a 5 bedroom house plenty warm.I wish that I had bought it years ago. I would have no hesitation in buying another if I were to move and would also recommend this stove to anyone.