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Vermont Castings Encore Flexburn Wood Stove
Vermont Castings Encore


 
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Price: $2,762.00

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Product Code: 0002040


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Unlike any other wood stove available on the market today, the new Encore wood stove is essentially two stoves in one: Letting you enjoy the superior efficiency of catalytic operation or the convenience of non-catalytic operation, based on your preference. Regardless of which method you prefer, you can be assured your heat and efficiency needs are being met in one simple-to-use stove. Whether you're looking for a catalytic stove as a primary heat source for longer, more even heating or a non-catalytic stove for easy operation and beautiful flames, the new Encore two-in-one stove offers an unbeatable combination of superior heating, efficiency and convenience.
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Features
• The first and only Two-In-One wood burning stove
• More flexibility with two ways to heat
• Save money while heating your home
• Convenient top load design for longer burn times
• Easy to clean and maintain with innovative swing-out ash pan and cover
• Automatic thermostatic control for steady heat
• Bottom heat shield to accommodate standard hearth pads
• Reversible flue collar
• Smooth glide fully-adjustable door latching system on front door and ash door
• Choice of Classic Black or four enamel colors (below)


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5 of 5 Encore 2040 2n1 Bordeaux February 23, 2013
Reviewer: Joe from Nevada City, Ca.  
I have had mine for two months now and just love her. I have had a Franklin, Thelan Thompson and an Erin Waterford in the past. After learning how to operate the stove properly (each stove is very different) She is a joy to use. The thermostatically actuated damper smooths out the heat and makes long burns possible. A true beauty to gaze upon. Tip: use two thermometers. One on the griddle as the book suggests and one just behind so it is just touching the flue outlet. When the rear thermometer hits 450 flip the damper. Use the griddle thermometer as an over fire monitor. A flue stack thermometer is not necessary.

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