Gas stove ratings part 3 continues our expert and unbiased reviews with a look at the Continental, Coonara, Dim'ora, Dovre, Dru, Enviro, Esse, Flandria, and Gazco brands.
This brand is from WOLF STEEL LTD. and is available through a network of dealers in North America. They offer two sizes of stoves with millivolt controls (no electricity required for operation) as well as the CDVS600 which is a traditional looking gas stove. They are backed by a good warranty.
These stoves are made and sold in Australia by SHAMIC SHEETMETAL PTY LTD. The GRANGE models are basic stoves but the guarantee (especially on the firebox) is not as good as many other brands.
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This brand offers stoves with a modern look and feel to them. Their website is not much help and does not have a stated guarantee for their products.
These units are available in Europe and feature traditional cast iron styling. They are available in conventional flue (B vent) or balanced flue (direct vent) models. They use millivolt controls so that electrical power is not required but the warranty on the units is not very good.
The Circo is a balanced flue stove with a modern look and feel while the DRU TRIO is a three-sided stove. The DRU GLOBAL BEAU has a more classic look and a large window for viewing the fire. The brand is available in Europe but their website does not have a stated guarantee for their products.
This brand is made in Canada by SHERWOOD INDUSTRIES LTD. and is available in North America and Europe. The Ascot features a cast iron body and legs for a traditional look. The EG28 & EG40 models are modern bay window models. The stoves have a durable stainless steel burner and are backed by a good warranty.
These units are made in the U.K. They offer units with either traditional or modern looks with coal effects or wood. They offer a flueless option as well. The manufacturer's website is not much help and does not have a stated warranty policy.
This brand is from SAEY HOME & GARDEN NV and is available in Europe and South Africa. The GHISA models are available in two sizes and are basic stoves. Their website is not much help and the guarantee on the units is not very good when compared to other brands.
This brand is available in Europe. They feature a wide range of units in both traditional cast iron looks as well as contemporary styles. They offer natural draught, powered flue, or balanced flue venting units to meet every conceivable application. The warranty on the units (especially the heat exchanger) is not very good.