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HearthStone Equinox Wood Heat Stove

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This powerhouse is built to heat spaces up to 3,500 sq ft while keeping HearthStone's® high-end design and style. Large firebox, front and side doors provide easy loading and increased fuel efficiency. Removable ash drawer can be taken out while fire is burning. Load a 25" log front to back or side to side. Comes in Matte Black.

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HEARTHSTONE EQUINOX WOOD HEAT STOVE DESCRIPTION
Specifications:
Log length: 25"
Firebox size: 4.0 cu ft
Overall size: 31"H x 34"W x 26"D
Flue size: 8" round
Rear flue size: 22-1/2" to center
Top flue height: 31"
Avg. burn time: 12 hours
Max. Heat-Life: 16 hours
Max. output: 120 000 Btu
Weight: 689 lb.
Front door size: 10"H x 19"W
Side door size: 8-1/2"H x 13"W
Clearances: 21"No heat shield with single wall pipe
(with shield): 6" with double wall pipe
Efficiency: 78%
Manual: #L-500; $5.00 (listed below)

Customer Reviews of HearthStone Equinox Wood Heat Stove
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(2 reviews)
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- 1/28/2013
said: Anonymous User
"Using this since October of 2012 in a 1968 mason farm house. Using good seasoned wood this provides beautiful even heat. Takes a while to come to temp if just starting but takes even longer to cool off! When I leave I choke it down, when I come back I open the choke and through a couple logs on. Now my wife gets mad if the forced air furnace is on because she likes the radiant heat from the soapstone wood stove better! We make a hearty soup or stew every weekend on it and never scorched or burned one yet, always a perfect meal! "
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- 2/22/2012
said: Raymond Harrison
"Having recently installed the Equinox Hearthstone stove and fired her up as per instructions of "low and slow at first", it hasn't been necessary to increase the rate of burn yet! We turned the heatpump off and occasionally enjoy fresh air from doors and windows to moderate the temps! What a joy this beauty is; by far the best purchase we've made in years. Our house, built by my Uncle and I in 1968, is a rancher of 2664 sq.ft, with that era level of moderate insulation. There is a full basement of the same dimensions, finished and mostly underground, and the sheetmetal cabinet style woodstove down there requires 5 times the fuel that the Equinox uses up here! I still can't believe how long a stick of wood lasts or how long this baby will radiate heat after the flames are gone! Almost magic; we LOVE it! You WILL need to recruit at least six very strong individuals to lift the stove from the pallet jack to the hearth site and don't expect to fool the same crew into coming back for a repeat performance; this is one very heavy piece of hearth art!! We're already thinking about a smaller Hearthstone for the downstairs! Thank you Lehman's, for once again providing us with quality merchandise for our home."
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