Jotul Kennebec for sale on Ebay

Mike Wilson Posted By Mike Wilson, Aug 12, 2006 at 12:03 AM

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  1. Mike Wilson

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    Nope, not mine, nor anyone else I know, however its seen only 1 season's use, and might be worth looking into:

    Jotul Kennebec on Ebay

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  2. Roospike

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    He paid almost $3000. for that "stove" ? Does that sound about right ? ( i dont know ) 50k BTU. Or is he talking about stove and pipe for $3000 is how he come to that # ?
     
  3. MountainStoveGuy

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    he is talking installed, if that unit is black, it should have cost somwhere in the neighborhood of 1799.
     
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    For $300. savings if that is the case then i would still go new . Just my .02
     
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    Is that for enamel?
     
  6. Mike Wilson

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    No, just for iron colored paint, delivered. Enamel was another 250 I think. I shopped mine around when I bought it, only 1 dealer within 75 miles of here, and the asking price was a non-negotiable event. I could have bought it for 1800, but that was from a dealer in Jersey,and he would have charged extra to get it here. The guy selling this one is in a suburb of Rochester, in upstate NY, 450 miles away from here, who knows what his price was.

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  7. Mo Heat

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    It's funny that he doesn't mention a liner. Maybe it is a direct connect, but if there is a nice liner included in the $1,500 minimum bid, that seems like a nice deal. Especially if you happened to need the mantle shield and the kid fence. There are currently no bids, so $1,500 might take it. That is about half price from my b-n-l's Kennebec install (with liner).
     
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    Yep, the list price on that insert with a blower is $2449 I think. The pics looked like matte black to me. (Enamel is another $200.)

    $1500 for one year used would be a great deal around here.
     
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    Current list is 1997 and 2247 with blower.
     
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    Hey, look! Here's a couple more wood burners for sale on eBay. One nice insert and one that looks sort of like an incinerator. That thing should be in a museum.

    http://tinyurl.com/q7gqo (Incinerator - Insert I think (Buck?, Fisher?, Any guesses)

    http://tinyurl.com/q5mkq (Napolean EPI 1101P Insert)
     
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    First one isn't significantly different than the ole Sierra insert in my family room.

    The Napoleon listing is funny. They brag about the ceramic fiber insulation on the secondary air tubes and then a few sentences later bad mouth cats for having ceramic that "can deteriorate over time".
     
  13. Mo Heat

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    Looking at the Napolean listing closer I see it is a local dealer here in St. Louis, Gateway Grills. So this is a new stove available from the dealer and not an individual. I wish the 1101 (with the cool surround) had a bigger firebox. Otherwise, it is really nice.
     
  14. daninohio

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    You were right, MSG. My dealer had the list price on their price sheet as $2244 with the blower and $2544 for the enamel.
     
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    Actually my post was a crappy one, both prices include blower, one is a matte finish, and one is a enamel. My last post made it seem like i was pricing the same unit with or with out a blower. Some dealers charge freight on top of retail. Thats where you will see the decrepency.
     
  16. Mike Wilson

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    I'm glad to see that the Kennebec will have another happy home to heat!

    -- Mike
     
  17. Mike Wilson

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    Why not give another deserving Jotul Kennebec a nice home to heat this winter?

    Here's another one on Ebay, used one season, 1500 bucks. The last one on ebay sold for 1499.

    Jotul Kennebec Insert on EBay

    -- Mike
     
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    I paid $1700 for mine last season, plus $230 for the blower - in flat black. And it was worth every penny!
     
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