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Yeoman Exmoor stove

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Yeoman Exmoor stove

The Yeoman Exmoor stove is a narow depth 4.9kw stove available in wood or multi fuel version.

The Yeoman Exmoor stove is available with a flat top or a low canopy.

This is a traditional looking stove with 1 door & 1 plain glas panel in this door.

The glass is curved on the top edge.

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Build Quality 5 flames
Quality of finish 5 flames
Value for money 5 flames
Ease of use 5 flames
Ease of lighting 5 flames
Firebox size 4 flames
How well does the airwash work 3.5 flames
Controllability 4.5 flames
Handle operation 4.5 flames
How likely are you to buy it again? 5 flames
What is your overall satisfaction? 5 flames

Most Recent Review

  • Yeoman exmoor fantastic stove!!!

    James Boon 7 years ago

    Have had a a yeoman Devon for a couple of years now and i find it absolutely brilliant. So when we were in need of a stove for our dining kitchen I knew I was looking at a yeoman again. We decided
    on the exmoor as it looks good and was suited to our fireplace. Was a little woried at first that the heat output may of been a little on the small side due to it being two reasonable sized rooms with an open stone archway between them and a draughty porch and back door to consider as well. No problem though what so ever absolute cracking little stove and gives out tremendous heat and fires up easily and very quickly. Controls are excellent and air wash works great as well. I burn a mix of seasoned woods and find the glass soots up if you have the odd damp log but few chunks of hardwood thrown on there and it cleans itself once it hits a good burn. Excellent stove good value and price well built. Good job yeoman well done.
    Overall rating:

    5 flames

Most Popular Review

  • Yeoman Exmoor Woodburning Stove

    Shirley Vepers 9 years ago

    Had this stove installed in September 2011, ( had originally been advised to choose a Franco Belge stove but upon installation the Franco Belge wouldn't fit despite been pre measured!). Was
    worried that the stove would be too small to generate much heat but it has been fabulous all winter and really kept the house warm. It is very simple to light and operate and with a bit of skill can be kept going overnight to rekindle in the morning. All in all I would recommend this stove to anyone with a small to medium sized living room.

    Stove expert replied: Stove working well and providing good heat.

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames

More reviews for Yeoman Exmoor stove

  • Yeoman Exemoor

    Rod Blunt 8 years ago

    As a first time owner of a log burner I didn't really know what to expect as regards output. All I was interested in was the aesthetic appearance in our newly built kitchen. 9 months later...
    just to give you an idea...my last gas bill for this period last year was for 2600kW hours of gas..this year..just under 600 kWh. I was told that it would heat the entire house...a 3 bed 1930`s semi...total rubbish, but it will take the chill off every room, so much so that we don't need the central heating on so often beings as our kids have now flown the nest. Very happy with the fire apart from one little niggle which I can live with...the airwash lever locks up when it gets hot so I have to set it as soon as I put a light to the fire.Given its size and being its fitted with the multi-fuel kit, its impossible to shut it down so that it burns throughout the night no matter what wood I use but that is a small price to pay for the superb heat it gives off when well fired up. Can't recommend this log burner high enough. My kitchen is roughly 80 cubic yards in volume and if I leave all the doors open then the upstairs gets reasonably warm. Nuff said !!

    Stove expert replied: Have you tried smokeless fuel for the over night burn period?

    Overall rating:

    4.5 flames