wsherrick wrote:Now you see what I have been saying for the past few years. I need to come up with a term to describe the instant when someone realizes just how easy and efficient these things actually are and it's not just a bunch of hype.
Been a week now William and it's truly and piece of cake to run this stove. Couldn't be any easier. It holds temp where ever you set it and does not deviate. After a few days to heat soak the house, it just cruises to maintain and even last night with a 30 degree low, the stobe was only at 350 to maintain 70 in the house. This leads me to believe that the stove will handle anything the winter here can throw at me.
The shake down couldn't be any easier too. Using stove coal I hardly drop anything into the pan but ashes and it's very quick (like the cookstove) versus the round dump type grates that were in the Herald. Those required allot more shaking. This is fast and easy and effective.
Couldn't be more pleased with the performance of this stove.