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Hunter Herald 14 Double-Sided Single Depth Stove

Review: Hunter Herald 14 Double Sided Single Depth Stove

While many people may be under the impression and double sided single depth stoves are a new concept, there have actually been around for some time now. However, what do you get with a double sided single depth stove? The two terms relate to the fact that a double sided stove has doors on either side. The term single depth means that the depth of the stove is similar to an average stove. You can actually get a double sided version of the Herald 14 which has an extended combustion chamber for longer logs and more heat.

Technical aspects of the Hunter Herald 14 Double-Sided Single Depth Stove

It can be difficult to know where to start with the Hunter Herald 14 Double Sided Single Depth Stove as this is such a powerful machine. The heat output ranges between 8 kW and 15 kW with a 12.5 kW nominal ranking. The efficiency rating is around 75.7% and it weighs in at 165 kg but for many it is the triple burn technology which stands out. This technology ensures that wood and solid fuel is burned, re-burnt and burnt again to maximise heat output and minimise emissions. We live in a world where emissions are becoming ever more crucial to the sale of wood-burning and multifuel stoves so this kind of technology goes down very well.

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Hunter Herald 14 Double Sided Double Depth Stove

Review: Hunter Herald 14 Double Sided Double Depth Stove

What exactly is a double sided double depth stove you may ask yourself? Well, take a look at the Hunter Herald 14 Double Sided Double Depth Stove for a glimpse of a relatively large double sided double depth stove. The fact that Hunter Stoves have used their premium brand, the Herald, to launch the double sided double depth stove says everything about their confidence in this machine. While it is fairly obvious the machine is for relatively large size rooms it is the double sided doors and the double depth combustion chamber which make it stand out.

Technical specifications of the Hunter Herald 14 Double Sided Double Depth Stove

So, what is so different about the Hunter Herald 14 Double Sided Double Depth Stove and why is it expected to be such a hit? Well, first of all the heat output ranges from 14 kW up to 25 kW with a 17.8 kW nominal ranking. The efficiency rating is an impressive 71.1% and the machine weighs in at 270 kg. However, for many it is the triple burn technology which makes the difference. This ensures that wood and solid fuel is burnt, re-burnt and burnt again to maximise heat output and reduce emissions. When you consider we live in a world where green technology is king, there is severe pressure to reduce emissions and maximise efficiency, the Hunter Herald 14 Double Sided Double Depth Stove is certainly an interesting addition to the party.

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Hunter Herald 8 Double-Sided Double Depth Stove

Review: Hunter Herald 8 Double-Sided Double Depth Stove

While many people may not have seen a double-sided double depth stove before, they certainly won’t forget the Hunter Herald 8 Double Sided Double Depth Stove in a hurry. While Hunter Stoves may not have as large a profile as some of the biggest of companies, their products radiate quality and perfection. It is worth noting that Hunter Stoves has chosen their premium original brand of Herald to launch their new range of double sided double depth stoves. That in itself suggests great confidence.

Technical specifications of the Hunter Herald 8 Double Sided Double Depth Stove

It is easy to forget how stunning the stoves are, offering the ability to heat a large open-plan room or two rooms opposite each other. The fact that the stoves are double sided means they have doors at either end of the stove. This ensures that heat can be omitted from both sides of the Hunter Herald 8 Double Sided Double Depth Stove and due to the size of this particular model, significant heat. The heat capacity of this machine is between 8 kW and 18 kW with a nominal 11.5 kW rating. The Hunter Herald 8 Double Sided Double Depth Stove has an efficiency rating of 79% and weighs in at 230 kg. The relatively heavy weight is partly due to the fact it is double depth, which means it is double the depth of a traditional wood-burning/multifuel stove.

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Dovre Zen 100 Wood Burning Cassette

Review: Dovre Zen 100 Wood Burning Inset

The UK stove/inset market has grown significantly in recent years with the introduction of electric stoves as well as insets/cassettes. The Dovre Zen 100 Wood Burning Cassette Inset is one of the latest wood-burning cassette stoves that incorporate the latest technology and an eye-catching design. These are the type of products which are perfect for homes where there may be limited floor space or perhaps you are looking for a central focal point.

One word of warning, while the visual effect of the Dovre Zen 100 Wood Burning Inset may look relatively simple from the front, it hides the latest in combustion technology and efficiency. This is a stove which actually does more than it says on the tin!

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Broseley Desire Inset Electric Stove Fire

Review: Broseley Desire Inset Electric Stove Fire

It is fair to say that Broseley Stoves have an almost unrivalled ability to read market trends and release the appropriate stoves. The Broseley Desire Inset Electric Stove Fire is probably one of the more popular electric stoves of the moment although when we say electric stoves, we are not talking about a four bar electric fires!

In many ways you have to see the latest electric stoves to understand what we mean. They have the look and the feel of a traditional wood-burning/multifuel stove but at the flick of a switch they are on and the ambience in your room changes. Electric stoves are probably not for everybody but they certainly have a place and a growing fan base.

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Review: Hunter Hawk 4D Double Sided Stove

Review: Hunter Hawk 4D Double Sided Stove

It is fair to say that while double sided stoves have been around for some time, it is only recently that we have seen an array of new additions to this type of wood-burning/multifuel stove. The Hunter Hawk 4D Double Sided Stove is proving to be particularly popular at a time when the range of Hunter Herald Double Sided Stoves has hit the market. Quite why there’s been such a renaissance in demand for double sided stoves is unclear but demand is certainly growing.

Features of the Hunter Hawk 4D Double Sided Stove

If you have a property which can accommodated a double sided stove then we certainly recommend checking out the Hunter Hawk 4D Double Sided Stove. The ability to heat two rooms or two sides of the same room with one stove is surprisingly efficient and very easy on the eye. Able to accommodate both wood and solid fuels, this is the first of many different options available with the Hunter Hawk 4D Double Sided Stove. While many prefer the traditional look of a wood-burning/multifuel stove there is also significant demand for the contemporary feel. As a consequence, you have a choice between traditional and contemporary styled door which will literally change the look and feel of your Hunter Hawk 4D Double Sided Stove in an instant.

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Review: Hamlet Solution 11 Multifuel Stove

Review: Hamlet Solution 11 Multifuel Stove

If you are looking for a relatively inexpensive wood-burning/multifuel stove which produces heat output towards the higher end of the scale, we recommend taking a look at the Hamlet Solution 11 Multifuel Stove. Those who have come across Hamlet Stoves in the past will be well aware that they have historically been described as “entry-level” stoves. While this was a fair description in the past, it does not reflect the technology and the workmanship which has gone into this particular model. We will now take a look at the Hamlet Solution 11 Multifuel Stove in more detail.

The features of the Hamlet Solution 11 Multifuel Stove

At first glance, you will see that the Hamlet Solution 11 Multifuel Stove is relatively straightforward and boxlike. However, there are certain patterns, certain intricacies and you may not have noticed the rounded edges which give it a different look. This is best described as a traditional stove with a modern feel which is perfectly reflected in the underlying technology.