Stovax Huntingdon 25

Based On 3 Reviews

Heat Output: 4.9kw Flue Diameter: 125mm (5") Fuel Type: Multifuel Stove Material: Steel Flue Exit Options: Top or Rear Height: 590mm Width: 452mm Depth: 357mm

Stovax Huntingdon 25

Stovax Huntingdon 25 Review

It may be the smallest stove in the Huntingdon range, but the new Huntingdon 25 provides virtually all the features of larger models and is specially designed to suit everything from a country cottage to a modern town house. So it’s ideal for burning logs yet is equally proficient with smokeless fuels or peat briquettes. In fact, the compact Huntingdon 25 is just the stove to bring you a picture of comfort this winter.

Stovax Huntingdon 25, 9.3 out of 10 based on 3 ratings

3 Reviews to “Stovax Huntingdon 25”

  1. Roberto Arcaro

    June 8th, 2011
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    I only had the stove for a year. It made a big difference on my living room. Heats up quickly and easy to contol. I do find that the air wash works well if it is left 50% open – below this value the glass blacken quite quickly and requires frequent cleaning.

  2. Mark Whitbourn

    December 12th, 2011
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    Excellant stove, heats up the lounge quickly makes central heating redundant in the room, easy to use and the air wash works well,the door and handle works well but the door handle is not very atractive, economic on fuel and easy to keep clean have recomended it to two friends who were very pleased.

  3. Paul Markham

    December 16th, 2012
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    We have recently installed this stove into our 3 bedroomed 1930’s Semi-Detached house and have had the chimney lined at the same time as part of the install.

    We opted for the clear glass door and it looks fantastic with a great view of the flames when its burning well. We have found that the airwash doesn’t work as well as we had hoped and over a short period of time the glass tends to soot up even though we have the vent at about 75%. However some white vinegar and elbow grease gets it off relatively easy.

    Its pretty easy to light, we use lightly screwed up news paper, dry old pallet for kindling and then dry hard wood (less than 20% moisture) once the fire has taken. It takes about an hour to start to warm the room and within a few hours we open the door to let the heat circulate around the house.

    The fire box isn’t over large, but you shouldn’t expect anything big on a small stove – we tend to empty it every 3 days or so.

    We haven’t tried keeping it alight over night. We also have only burnt wood on it so far but it is a multi-fuel stove so we have the option to burn coal in the future.

    Its too early to say if its saving me money but we have had the central heating on less so hopeful the gas bills will reduce over time.

    In Summary, a great little stove, can’t really fault it.

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