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Big Chill 30" Stove

Posted by dickensmarsha (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 20, 14 at 19:46

I live in St. Paul, MN and am in the beginning stages of remodeling my tiny 9'x9' 1923 bungalow kitchen (which also has three doors and two windows). It's a challenge for my designer!

I am really interested in using the Big Chill 30" retro look stove. There is none on display at the one dealer in the Twin Cities. I really don't want to order one without seeing it, checking the size of the oven, etc.

Is there anyone in the Twin Cities area that has one of these installed who would be willing to have me come look at it?


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RE: Big Chill 30" Stove

Big Joke is more like it. Poorly designed faux retro look for a whole lot more than a similarly featured $500 Whirlpool. Go genuine vintage, or put the money into something with some actual capability like a Blue Star.


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RE: Big Chill 30" Stove

Check on the appliance forum. I seem to remember Bluestar is involved with Big Chill some how.
Homepro01


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RE: Big Chill 30" Stove

Bluestar manufactures the new pro series. I think they may manufacture the others, but I am not sure. When I inquired about the new pro stove, Big Chill was very responsive. On second thought, I think Bluestar owns Big Chill....


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RE: Big Chill 30" Stove

Yes, Bluestar does manufacture all the Big Chill stoves. I was hoping I could look at one.


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RE: Big Chill 30" Stove

I love my 30" Bluestar and I would swoon over a "Big Chill" edition :)


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