Morso 6148

Based On 3 Reviews

Heat Output: 5.9kw Flue Diameter: 125mm (5") Fuel Type: Woodburning Stove Material: Cast Iron Flue Exit Options: Top or Rear Height: 950mm Width: 451mm Depth: 386mm

Morso 6148

Morso 6148 Stove Review

Well-designed classic with beautiful curves The 6148 Morso Stoves is a minimalist stove in timeless design, with a large glass door that provides a splendid view of the dancing flames. Behind the glass, Morso has developed a combustion technology that uses pre-heated air to ensure a higher temperature in the firebox, so that almost all the flue gases are burnt. This results in both more environmentally friendly combustion and better fuel economy.

Morso 6148, 9.6 out of 10 based on 3 ratings

3 Reviews to “Morso 6148”

  1. Andy Kelsey

    June 7th, 2011
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    Excellent stove, has changed the whole house’s feel.
    Contemporary design matches most situations, easy to start and very economic, it has great efficiency, very little ash left at end use.
    Recommend this stove to anyone.

  2. Duncan Shepherd

    June 9th, 2011
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    Traditional or modern? Once wife had decided there was no real option but to go for this stove.
    Looks stunning and gives off incredible amounts of heat. Took sometime to get to grips with how to control it but buying the temperature gauge from Morso helps. The secret is to keep a good bed of burning embers about 2 or 3 inches deep to refuel on.

    The side firebricks have burnt through on the bottom back edges but a call to Morso in Rugby produced a replacement set foc.
    Also invested in a moisture meter and there is no doubt that the stove runs far better when the moisture is below 5%.
    Be prepared for additional expense for the flue which ended up costing more than the stove by the time the council had interfered.They refused permission twice before we came up with a solution that met the current Hetas/Defra regs.
    According to my son, I will be 140 before I see a return on the expenditure but who cares, it is a fantastic addition to the property and we can already see a 30%-40% saving on gas which has to be good.Talk to your local council parks department. If they are like ours, they are not allowed to sell timber they cut down, they have to dispose of it. Bring it all to me!

  3. Brian Macdonald

    September 7th, 2016
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    Had this stove in our last new build and about to install the same again in our current build.
    What a fantastic piece of kit it is !!
    Easy to light and heats the room in no time. Within an hour or so of lighting we would open all doors leaving the lounge and the rest of the house would be roasting in no time!
    Hardly used the central heating at all but having said that, it was a new house and was insulated to the max!

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