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Pioneer Princess Wood Cookstove

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Today's Price: $2695.00 - $2995.00
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The Stoll family updated their largest model to create the brand-new Princess - slightly larger, and with more polished fit and finish, it's the ideal cookstove for bigger families. You'll appreciate its roominess from the very first time you use it.
  • The biggest cooktop, oven and firebox in our catalog.
  • Gleaming porcelain finish makes clean-up quick and easy
  • Front-loading door, front ash door, shaker grates and thermostatic control
  • Stainless steel oven has porcelain-lined bottom
  • Attractive wood handles stay cooler than metal
  • Optional stainless steel reservoir holds 9 gallons
  • Heats up to 2,000 sq ft

Note: Pioneer Princess is UL listed.

Note: Reservoir must be ordered with stove. It can't be added later.

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The Pioneer Princess is exempt from EPA regulations and is legal for sale in most of the USA.

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PIONEER PRINCESS WOOD COOKSTOVE DESCRIPTION
Specifications for the Pioneer Princess
Cooking surface - 53 1⁄2"Wx24"D
Oven size - 13"Hx19 1⁄2"Wx22"D
Lids - Two, 11" diameter
Firebox - 18 1⁄2"Dx20 1⁄2"Hx14"W
Ashpan size - 20"Lx10 1⁄4"Wx4"D
Flue size - 7" round
Cooktop height - 32 1⁄4"
Overall height - 54 1⁄2" with shelf
Depth - 36" overall
No reservoir - 45" W, 600 lb
With reservoir - 54" W, 650 lb
Required clearance - 25" rear and side
Owner's Manual - #L-398; FREE

Customer Reviews of Pioneer Princess Wood Cookstove
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(2 reviews)
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- 1/7/2012
said: Eileen
"I have had this stove for over 10 years and love it. It heats the house without any odor and cooks great! I highly recommend it!"
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- 12/28/2010
said: Rebecca Houston
"This is the first wood cook stove I've ever had, plus the first time I have ever cooked on one. So I hope my opinion will still mean something to any one who wants this stove. This stove takes 7 inch stove pipe which no one carries in our area. They only carry 6 and 8 inch pipes around here. We ordered the 7 inch pipe since we were wanting to do this right. My husband installed the stove and pipe in 6 hours, after we finally got the right size stove pipes. The first two days we built small fires in it to break it in slowly, and that's when I learned how to regulate the fire. After that I was cooking on it like I actually knew what I was doing. I baked cinnamon rolls and bread, and cooked a pot roast. And I couldn't believe how much better all the food tasted that was cooked on this stove. I got the warming box with our stove and I'm so glad I did. I use it to let rolls and bread rise and then to keep them warm after their cooked. This is a very nice addition to what I consider the perfect stove. I haven't used my expensive flat top stove with all of it's fancy bells and whistles since my husband put this stove in. We heat our house with wood and the first day we heated this stove up it got up to 81 degrees in the house. So it didn't take long to figure out this stove could just about heat this house on it's own. So our fireplace inserts are getting a nice rest. I know it said this stove would not be perfect like one coming out of a factory. But I haven't found one flaw in it and the quality of this stove is amazing. I've seen very expensive stoves in the stores that couldn't match the quality this stove has. Needless to say I would recommend this stove to any one wanting a wood cook stove."
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