The Hobbit- Stovesworld's stove of the month!
Posted on 15 November 2016
The hobbit is a small multi-fuel stove, (meaning you can burn coal wood and briquettes), and is suitable for a wide range of applications. It is designed to fit into smaller spaces and fireplaces where other stoves will not fit.
The aim was to design and build a quality small stove, with all the essential features and attributes of top rated efficient large stoves. Due to the Hobbit's small size, it can fit neatly into small houses, small fireplaces, canal boats, cabins, garden rooms, shepherds huts and other small spaces.
The Hobbit is a solid small multi fuel compact stove that will give you a lifetime of reliable heat. The Hobbit can be made in a full range of body colours, black being the standard colour. Also, you can personalise your stove by choosing a contrasting colour for the firebox top door, and again, choosing a colour for the bottom door. Colours are available in 12 options.
The Hobbit has a 'total' direct air system for the stove. A rear air box is attatched with internal paddle controls adjusted from the front of the stove.
The New Design allows for independant control of both the secondary, and primary air sources, whilst retaining the additional primary control on the bottom door. The retention of the primary front wheel gives you an even more efficient burn rate control. The two sources of airflow are controlled by two additional controls, which are cleverly engineered to be operable from the front of the stove using the multi tool.
Here at Stovesworld the new arrival of the Hobbit has already proven to be very popular amongst many of our customers, who have visited our store. The overall 'cute' appearance is satisfying to the eye, its neatness and traditional detailing is everything you need when limited to small spaces. We have found customers who have small original fireplaces love the idea of owning a Hobbit, as they're still able to keep the original surrounds i.e. tiling or brickwork, without any damage, as the Hobbit neatly fits into them. Whilst still providing the same functions as a larger stove.
If you do live in a smoke control zone and want to burn wood you will need the 'Hobbit SE, DEFRA Approved model'.