The EMMA is a compact unit with a high heat capacity and offers classic European styling. The units use triple combustion for clean burning but their website is not much help and does not have a stated warranty policy.
These free-standing fires are available in Europe and the brand is a part of the GLEN DIMPLEX GROUP. The KJELL units combine a modern curved front with traditional styling. They have an air wash system to keep the glass clean for viewing the fire. Their website is not much help and does not have a stated warranty policy.
This brand is made in Spain and offers basic stoves with a traditional look and feel. Their website is not much help and does not have a stated warranty policy.
These stoves are made and sold in New Zealand.
The CORSAIR model (shown here) features a thermoelectric generator which produces electricity to run a fan without power from the grid.
The guarantee on the units is not as good as many other brands.
This brand is made in the U.K. and is sold throughout Europe. The FB1 units are available in 4, 6, and 12kw sizes and can be purchased online directly from the manufacturer. They have an optional multi-fuel kit to enable them to burn solid mineral fuels (smokeless briquettes). The FIREPOD model has very modern styling and a large window for viewing the fire. The guarantee on the units is not as good as many other brands.
This brand is made and sold in Australia. The SCH series offers four sizes of stoves with an optional fan for circulating the heat. The warranty on the firebox is not very good when compared to other brands.
These stoves are made in the U.K. by CHARLTON & JENRICK. They feature clean burn technology and durable cast iron construction as well as large windows for viewing the fire. Their website does not have a stated guarantee for the units.
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