Help with some choices

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by pelletierry, Jul 22, 2008.

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  1. pelletierry

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    I am one of the Harman casualities. I have been looking at other brands but can not decide what brand has better reviews. Of course when I started most of the better reviews were for Harmans. Now my choices are Lopi, Breckwell, or osburn. What have you heard about these or if you have one of them please give me some insight.
     

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    You also have Enviro with over 5 models to choose from
    and Avalon that is the same as Lopi but the larger stove has a larger hopper than Lopi
     
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    not certain , but i think web heard that Travis was sold out til 2009, posted on one of the harman threads. i hate to further narrow our poster's descision that way and definately check as this is second hand to me so im not certain , but i'd hate to see a second round of dissapointment.
     
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    thanks for the response, I should have said this is what I have narrowed my choices down to. These are what the local dealers carry and the best chance of me getting one this year. thanks
     
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