Julian Patrick, site owner and author of The Stovefitter's Manual.
Ordered the Saltfire Peanut 5 with the additional cooking plate.
Really happy with the stove. Heat produced means that after a few hours the whole of my three bed 1970s semi is heated. Am yet to have the central heating on in February!
Really impressed with the level of detail on the website about where to locate the stove, what output you should get etc. As I also run a business, I was keen to buy British so the local stock on the site made that very easy.
We ordered the Peanut Big Nut 5 to replace a gas coal effect fire stove and having looked at multiple models and YouTube reviews. We went for this one because of its wide screen window, relatively compact size and clean uncomplicated design.
While I was shocked by its weight on arrival - it is like a deadweight and possibly one on the heaviest things I’ve had to shift, it was a great relief that the delivery driver was willing to help carry it unpackaged into the house.
The fire went together with minimal fuss and we ordered a hot plate for the kettle.
It’s super easy to light with kilndried logs, gets going quickly and even better so on a bed of ash. The venting keeps it smoke free, once you get the knack to keep some vents open while it gets going. Still it’s easy with a stove glass cleaner.
The fire looks fantastic and the other a great view window make a great addition to the feel of the room.
Thanks so far saltair, seems a great product!
Very pleased with the Saltfire Peanut 5 ordered from Stovefitter's Warehouse. It had to be sent via the manufacturer to have the cook top fitted. However the communication was superb and the goods quickly arrived very well packed on a pallet. The website chat feature is great. The staff immediately answered a couple of queries I had. The log basket free gift with the stove was also a very nice item and not some cheap and nasty offering. Would indeed recommend this company!
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