Is this a Drolet?

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by swagler85, Jul 29, 2013.

  1. swagler85

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    I think this is a Drolet, either the Savannah or Adirondack. Either way looks like a small firebox, would fit well in the kitchen. Looked it over doesn't look like there's any cracks or warps. Guys askin $400, I might go for it. Any input on this stove?
     

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    It's a Savannah.
     
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    What can you tell me about the savannah?
     
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    We make it. If you give me the serial number I can tell you when it was made. Northern Tools sells it for about $760 so it looks like a good deal.

    We still make it and if you need more info on it see this link http://www.drolet.ca/en/products/wood/savannah You can get the manual, parts list drawings etc...

    Where are you gonna put it?
     
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    It would go in my kitchen, this would be a supplimental stove and to help even out the heat.
     
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