The VigII is cruising. Easy to maintain, and puts out the heat. I have never had an issue with this stove. I wish there was a smaller version. Are there any stoves that are designed like the VIGII, i.e., internal damper, and the internal side gas exit ports?
The stove will heat the rear
area of the house (1850 era).
ALSO I JUST RECEIVED A GODIN 3721. It is a large round model (1978) and it is in excellent condition. It burns everything, nut, wood, etc. The shaker grate
is small.... I'd say it will be very difficult to maintain the fire. I've read the posts about Godins, I am still confused as to how to maintain them. Does anyone have a video,
or step=by-step procedure, I could work off of?