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J A Roby Cuisiniere

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by SarahShoe, Sep 5, 2013.

  1. SarahShoe

    SarahShoe New Member

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    So our quest continues....

    After narrowing it down to the Margin Flameview and the Progress Hybrid, we happened to call Obediahs, well, they told us about a new stove (only available in Canada right now) called the JA Roby Cuisiniere.

    http://jaroby.com/en/fiche/9/198/

    Unless lightning strikes I think this may be the stove we are going to go with.

    Does anyone have this stove and can give me some info about it? I realize it is a long shot as it is a new stove, and currently only available in Canada, but I know there are some Canadians out there.

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  2. FyreBug

    FyreBug Minister of Fire

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    I have no experience with the unit but have seen it at trade shows. It's very reasonably priced for a wood range. The material is thinner than what you would find in an upscale range such as Elmira Stove Works, ESSE or Heartland. But I have no doubt it would perform well.
  3. rottiman

    rottiman Minister of Fire

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    Don t know much about this stove, although it really looks good. The company is a good sound canadian company that has been around for awhile. Nothing fancy but they are dependable.
  4. Kyle Cabinboy

    Kyle Cabinboy New Member

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    I just had the Cusinerie installed in my 600 sq ft log cabin, off grid near Burks Falls, Ontario. Replaced a 1930's McLarey wood stove which was pretty rotted. This stove, plus an old Fischer Grandma bear keep us from freezing when we spend weekends at cabin during the winter.

    Pretty stove, much better heat now..
  5. maboufarmer

    maboufarmer New Member

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    Hello
    did you ever decide on what stove to go with? i am planning to buy a new woodcookstove..since the ones i am interested in are never found used....would love to have an ESSE Ironheart...but not sure how to get one from the states and the only place that sells them in canada is in B.C...and they never have responded to any of my inquiries...
    we live in Tatamagouche, n.s...and i had previously a Margin Flameview Heater..( great beautiful stove..heated our whole house and you could cook on top and it had a gorgeous warming oven...but no cooking oven..)
    have just spotted a new j.a. roby cuisineire...and saw your thoughts...did you get one? does anyone ahve one and can tell me their thoughts on it...i know it may not be made as heavily as a Esse or Margin..but just wondering about performance...
    thanks so much
    maboufarmer...heather
  6. SarahShoe

    SarahShoe New Member

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    We ended up going with the Kitchen Queen, but are still waiting on chimney parts to arrive to install it.

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