Any experience with Kozi Stoves?

Dennis7 Posted By Dennis7, Aug 8, 2008 at 3:48 PM

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  1. Dennis7

    New Member

    Aug 7, 2008
    Looking at a Kozi Previa Pellet stove. Anyone have any experience with Kozi ? Please comment on quality of the products or experience with the company in general. Thanks
  2. begreen

    Staff Member

    Nov 18, 2005
    South Puget Sound, WA
    I don't have any personal experience, but from what i can see it's a pretty conventional design and should work ok. Good maintenance should be key to satisfaction with these units. I do like that they have oilable blower motors instead of the sealed units. As long as you burn good quality fuel and clean it on a regular basis, it should be a decent heater.
  3. chrisasst

    Minister of Fire

    Aug 13, 2008
    cortland ny
    I bought a kozi 120 I believe ( the shop heater), it is my first year with a pellet stove and frankly I have had nothing but troubles...hard to get a consistent burn, I have tried many brands of pellets and I can't find one that works well enough to heat my house..

    I was instructed to clean my stove with fire view at the end of the winter and now I have rust...
    I personally don't recommend...
  4. java73

    New Member

    Aug 18, 2008
    Nova Scotia
    I had a Kozi Baywin insert installed in my fireplace 2 months ago and have test ran it a few times. I did a lot of research and was going to go with a Harman, but after talking to an installer decided to go with a Kozi. He works for a bigger stove company during the week installing mostly enviros i believe. He also has a small business on the side doing weekend installs, anyway he said after installing many Kozis over the last few years he has received zero service calls on the Kozis---not even false "operator error" mistakes. Take that at face value--he would have installed any stove i wanted... This Kozi stove is very attractive as well, cant wait to fire this baby up..
    They are made in Winnipeg Manitoba by the way---a place that knows about cold winters.
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