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Should I buy a Dell Point 75?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Rickster, Jul 19, 2008.

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  1. Rickster

    Rickster Member

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    Hi all,

    Just signed up to your site but I have been trolling here for info. for a while.
    I have been looking at pellet stoves and I have a chance to buy a Dell Point Europa 75.
    This is one of the "newer" ones with the multi-fuel option blocked off.
    Should I get this stove? I don't mind tinkering with a stove if it needs it. My main concerns are
    1. Am I buying an "orphan" stove due to the well known ownership changes at Dell Point and
    2. I am told by the salesman that this stove can be easily coverted back to the multi-fuel option.
    Is this true? I like this stove because the technology is unique, it still seems to be the most efficient, and it will (potentially) burn multi-fuels.
    Oh, and the price is right.
    Thanks!

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  2. AndyL

    AndyL New Member

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    I Have one , the multifuel model. I love it runs quite and very hot. I'M not so worried by what you refer to as its orphan
    status as there are many resources of information on this site and others. The stove is easy to work with and is more appropriate
    for a do-it yourself type with some mechanical/electronic back-round .
  3. redntall74

    redntall74 New Member

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    Yes
    Buy IT!
    Love Mine, Does a great job, Even better than anticipated
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