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Round Woodstove Sunset Magazine

Posted by Pwdrhdut (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 7, 05 at 1:32

In a recent (last 2-3 months) Sunset Magazine there was a photo of a round woodstove. It even had wood storage in it's base. I saw it at work and now the magazine has disappeared.

If you subscribe to Sunset could you check to see if they list a manufacture for the stove? If anyone knows of a round woodstove, let me know! I did a search on Google and couldn't find anything.

Thanks!
Scott


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RE: Round Woodstove Sunset Magazine

This was most likely an import. There are some semi-round ones from a swedish company, I believe. I have not researched this for you. "Round" could mean many things to many people, but I think I know what you are speaking of.

Try your search again, but this time for all woodstoves/wood heaters made in the world/imported. It's all about searching using the right keyword(s). The word "round" isn't going to do it.


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RE: Round Woodstove Sunset Magazine

Check out this site, it may have what you are looking for. There are also a couple other brands that are similar, but in researching these for awhile, this brand seems to have the most options.

Here is a link that might be useful: Rais Wittus


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RE: Round Woodstove Sunset Magazine

Thank you SOOO much iinsic! Not surprising, there are no dealers in Salt Lake City. May be a good excuse to head to Jackson Hole to pick one up though!

Thanks!
Scott


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RE: Round Woodstove Sunset Magazine

Good luck with your search. You may also wish to go to hearth.com. They have links to Morso and "Scan" stoves, which I believe are a little less pricey than the Rais.


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RE: Round Woodstove Sunset Magazine

I think iinsinc found what you were looking for, Pwdrhdut. On page 118 of the May 2005 issue of Sunset is a picture of a Rais stove as you described it. The article is titled "Open door policy", about a remodeling project for a home in Los Angeles.


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