Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 25
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nccpgmr9 good stove
the dimensions are incorrect, the stove is 33 inch long, 11 3/8 wide, 23 inch tall, the fire box is 26-1/2 long. so the stove is smaller than stated. definitly burn outside first, before moving it inside
November 22, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by marci easy to assemble , was delivered to our house that was awesome,
I recommend you have the first fire in the stove outside before installing. It is very smelly
March 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AngelaNM Good Stove & Good Price
Good stove and at a good price. Just installed it 2 weeks ago and it seems to be great. Would recommend burning off the 'newness' before actually using it to heat- gives off a nasty odor the first few times. (thats normal though)
November 1, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by vcastle61 Excellent Product and Great Shipping
This Logwood stove is well made and finished. It has two eyes, a swing away top, a built in dampner, cool touch handles, and free shipping! The stove comes with everything you need except your chimney and firebricks for the bottom.
With the stove you also get a lift handle for the eyes and a great set of instructions. Follow the instructions fully and you should have a stove that will provide years of excellent service.
Once it is installed and set up, you can sit by it and remember the good ol' days, like winter at my grandfather's house!
May 29, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by xxxyyy This is an inexpensive wood stove
This is a good product but before you put it and the pipes in your house to use as a stove. You have to take it outside and burn all the paint/finishing off. Your house will be smoky and smell of the paint if you don't. Since I knew I had to to do this already I had no issues with this. I would buy another it is a good product.
January 24, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ben7 Great little stove. Breathes well and keeps the fire hot. But like others, it needs to be burned at least twice outdoors to get rid of paint smell.
Not to awfully hard to assemble. Mostly common sense.
November 3, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by rlcrace02 Not made like they used to be
I bought this stove to replace an older unit that was falling apart in a garage I purchased. The older unit was the same size and one solid piece other than the top, bottom, and door. This unit when it arrived in very good packaging seemed to be held together in multiple pieces by some black hard caulking material that was completely cracked and chipping off in large chunks. Per the instructions I laid the stove on its top while trying to connect the legs the pieces that are held on by the caulking were coming apart as well as dealing with trying to get it all to line up for the leg install. I decided I was not satisfied with the product and took it back for a refund as it continued to fall apart during the leg install. It may be a great product when all together however I felt those cracks could allow smoke to come out the stove while in use instead of going up the chimney. This stove was not what I was expecting compared to the one it was replacing even though the price was very good.
January 10, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Butch This wood stove does exactly what it advertises itself as!
We installed this stove into a 300 sq. ft. cabin and it works great. It was 35 degrees outside and the stove was outstanding as this cabin isn't exactly draft free. All cast iron stoves are shipped with a factory applied protectant and when initially fired will smoke and burn paint off in spots, absolutely normal. Once a bed of coals was established I placed a 10" diameter x 20" log in the stove and had a good 4 hours of heat with the vent fully closed and dampened down completely. Still had to open a window to regulate temperature. I did not expect a greater level of performance from a stove that has less than a 2 cu. ft. firebox...great performer...in fact I was quite impressed. The only negative was that I would have prefered that it would have been Made in the U.S.A. in leu of China, especially being manufactured by the U.S. Stove Company.
March 6, 2012