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Q&A Which Small Stove to Buy ?

Post in 'Questions and Answers' started by QandA, May 20, 2004.

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  1. QandA

    QandA New Member Staff Member

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    Question:

    I own two stoves- Jotul 118- a standard box with smoke chamber and the smallest simplest Lange. Both are pretty old- but we like them. If we wanted a small stove-either 16 inch wood or 24 inch what would you recommend? We no longer see many articles in magazines on stoves. Thinking about building a house and hope to have a woodstove (noncooking) in the kitchen.



    Answer:

    Jotul still makes the 602- a nice box stoves that has been updated with a glass panel in the door and clean burning. They also make a new small unit called the nordic. There are less choices that before- because the 1990 EPA standards (clean burning) forced manufacturers to spend a lot of money on R&D. The good news is that most stoves available today are good quality.

    Link: Jotul Web Site

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