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Buck Model 91 Catalytic Wood Stove
Model 91 Catalytic Buck Wood Burning Stove Insert and Stove


Product Code: MDL91
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The Model 91 used as a masonry fireplace insert or as a freestanding unit easily accepts 21" logs and heats up to 3200 square feet with an astonishing 50,400 BTU's per hour.
High efficiency heat exchanger

Factory installed blower

Ash removal tray

Oversized glass door with air wash system

Limited Lifetime Warranty

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

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Excellent wood stoves! August 28, 2013
Reviewer: Garland Hornbaker from Northern Virginia  
I have owned many woodstoves in the past, but the buck 91 is the best in performance and looks. I would recommend it to anybody. I have had mine over 10 years. I use it 24-7 in the winter months.

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Buck 91 - Great Stove January 24, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Belington, WV  
I have installed a Buck Stove in each of the last three houses that I have lived in.  The first house had smaller non - catalyst Buck stove that I had in the basement and I went through a tremdous amount of wood but it heated the three story 50s house sufficiently.  The next two houses  I installed the Buck 91.  I use about half as much wood as before and it is the primary heating source.  My current house is over 6,000 sq. ft and the stove heats the first floor and the basement fine up until the outside temp drops below 20 deg.  I will be adding a 2nd Buck 91 in the basement soon to keep up with the cooler temps.  We installed one in my mothers house also and it has saved her a lot of wood too.  You just have to operate the unit as the instructions state or you can ruin the combustor.  I have used mine for over three years without a problem.  I would recommend it to anyone unless you have a small house because it will run you out.  Just buy the smaller Buck 80 or 20 model.

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