St. Croix Auburn vs. St. Croix Prescott..what's the difference?

Rxwoman1961

New Member
Oct 12, 2020
7
SE Nebraska
Hi, I have googled this question and no one seems to have an answer. My choices are to drive 2 and 1/2 hours each way and buy a used Auburn that a gal said she would take $600 for. Or I can buy a refurbished Prescott for $1400 including shipping! That's kind of a big selling point for me since I have to borrow a girlfriends pickup, load it, drive back and unload it, and then hope there's nothing wrong with it if I buy the cheaper Auburn. Ugh.
I was really hoping for an Auburn, but what's the difference between the two?

Thank you.
 

jzm2cc

Minister of Fire
Sep 25, 2014
558
Northern Michigan
They look almost the same but run very different. Auburn is multi-fuel and no igniter, whereas the Prescott is mainly a pellet stove and lights on it's own. Both are great stoves once you learn how to clean them well.