Hunter Herald Slimline 5 Multi Fuel Burner Reviews
Product Type: Hunter Herald heaters
Newest Review: ... winter, meaning that the central heating can be used on a lower setting. The Hunter Herald has a removable throat plate on ... more
Customer Hunter Herald Slimline 5 Multi Fuel Burner Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/05/08, updated on 27/05/08 (Very useful, 3611 readings)
When hubby and I got the keys to our cottage we decided that we wanted to get rid of the gas fire that was in the lounge. The fireplace is a small inglenook and when you add to that the fact that I LOVE the smell of wood smoke it had to be a multi fuel burner. We decided to go for a multi fuel burner as opposed to a straightforward wood burner so that we would have the choice to burn solid fuel should we need it. We did a lot of information gathering, changing our minds a few times, getting frustrated and cross but we wanted to make sure that we got the best stove for our needs. I won't go into the detail of the search here or you'll all loose the ... Read the complete review
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