The Hobbit Multi-fuel Stove

The Hobbit Multi-fuel Stove

Top Door Colour:
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Matt Black
Matt Black
Standard finish.
Almond
Almond
+ £28.00
Charcoal
Charcoal
+ £28.00
Emerald Green
Emerald Green
+ £28.00
Green Illusion
Green Illusion
+ £28.00
Honey Glow Brown
Honey Glow Brown
+ £28.00
Moss Green
Moss Green
+ £28.00
Moss Green
Moss Green
+ £28.00
Patriot Blue
Patriot Blue
+ £28.00
Pewter
Pewter
+ £28.00
Sky Blue
Sky Blue
+ £28.00
Surf Sand
Surf Sand
+ £28.00
Bottom Door Colour:
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Matt Black
Matt Black
Almond
Almond
+ £20.00
Charcoal
Charcoal
+ £20.00
Emerald Green
Emerald Green
+ £20.00
Green Illusion
Green Illusion
+ £20.00
Honey Glow Brown
Honey Glow Brown
+ £20.00
Mojave Red
Mojave Red
+ £20.00
Moss Green
Moss Green
+ £20.00
Patriot Blue
Patriot Blue
+ £20.00
Pewter
Pewter
+ £20.00
Sky Blue
Sky Blue
+ £20.00
Surf Sand
Surf Sand
+ £20.00
Air Wheel Colour:
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Matt Black
Matt Black
Almond
Almond
+ £8.00
Charcoal
Charcoal
+ £8.00
Emerald Green
Emerald Green
+ £8.00
Green Illusion
Green Illusion
+ £8.00
Honey Glow Brown
Honey Glow Brown
+ £8.00
Mojave Red
Mojave Red
+ £8.00
Moss Green
Moss Green
+ £8.00
Patriot Blue
Patriot Blue
+ £8.00
Sky Blue
Sky Blue
+ £8.00
Surf Sand
Surf Sand
+ £8.00
Pewter
Pewter
+ £8.00
Optional:
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Brass Fittings
Brass Fittings
Chrome finish as standard.
+ £38.00
Coal Bars
Coal Bars
Allows more fuel to be retained.
+ £28.00
Galley Rail
Galley Rail
Stainless Steel or Brass (when selected with brass fittings)
+ £68.00
Direct Air Intake
Direct Air Intake
For connecting to an external air source.
+ £245.00
Back Boiler
Back Boiler
For hot water or a small radiator.
+ £225.00
Stand
Stand
Additional 158mm of height.
+ £112.00
Our Price £495.00
Description

Please note: Stoves may take up to 6 weeks to arrive depending on our own and manufacturer stock levels. Custom colours and fixtures may take up to 8 weeks to fulfill. Call for more information regarding order times.

Small is beautiful, but in the case of the Salamander's petite cast iron Hobbit Stove we think it's also beautifully practical too. There's even a Defra Approved version (The Hobbit SE) so you can legally burn wood in an urban smoke control area. At approximately 460mm (18.1") high by 302mm (12") wide the Hobbit can go where very few other stoves will fit and even though it's actually quite compact it still packs a generous nominal output of 4kW, which is usually plenty of heat for a typical living room. It can even be fitted within a standard fireplace opening if you want to save a much-loved fire surround (but only if it's non-combustible and suitable for a solid fuel stove) without the need for a great deal of work.

The Hobbit wood burner has many devoted fans who have created some amazing spaces placing the little Hobbit stove centre stage – shepherd huts, tree houses, caravans, garden offices, canal boats and even yurts, so it was no surprise that the Hobbit was recently spotted on TV in an episode of the hit series 'George Clarke's Amazing Spaces'. If you're planning your own amazing space, whether it's a not so common or garden shed or a cliff top retreat, you still need to make sure that the stove you plan on using has a genuine a CE Certificate and a CPR Declaration of Performance (DoP). That way you can rely on the manufacturer's quoted safe distances to combustible materials. Rest assured you can do that with the Hobbit as it has been independently CE EN13240 tested by Kiwa GasTec in Cheltenham who also undertook the stringent clean burning Defra Smoke Exemption tests. The Hobbit therefore has a realistic net efficiency of 74.7% (wood) and options include a stove stand / fuel store, a small add-in boiler, a direct / external air kit and for a nautical look, brass or 'chrome' galley railing.

To sum up, the Hobbit is a competitively priced basic compact multi fuel stove that looks like a stove should (there's actually a bit of the Morsø Swift about it, probably its nearest competitor). However, it isn't crammed with significantly different combustion technology (despite what you may read elsewhere on the internet) but it has a pre-heated air wash system to help keep the glass clean and aid efficiency, so it should do everything that you want it to and, most importantly, it will safely fit into a tight space where other stoves, not even the Swift, just simply wouldn't get a look in. However, the secondary air control, the one you'll use most when burning wood is at the rear of the stove, so if you're using the Hobbit in a confined fireplace opening then you'll have to leave enough room at the top of the stove to be able to access this safely.

Please note that, being a small stove, the Hobbit only has a 100mm (4") flue outlet (typically they're 125mm / 5"). This means that if you are installing this stove in a dwelling you must follow Building Regulations Document J when lining the chimney which means that you'll have to incorporate an adaptor to increase the flue outlet size to 125mm (5") for the Defra Approved Hobbit SE model and 150mm (6") for the standard Hobbit.

The Hobbit stove is on display in The Stove Yard Co Down showroom

• Output to room 4.0kW
• Net efficiency 74.7% (wood)
• Overall dimensions (mm): H460 W302 D351
• 100mm (4") top or rear flue outlet
• Takes logs up to 180mm (7") long
• No air vent required for pre-2008 houses
• CE EN13240 tested in the United Kingdom
• Weighs approximately 50kg

The Hobbit Multi-fuel Stove Features
•Traditional cast iron construction including cast iron side and rear firebricks
•Primary Air for mineral fuel (smokeless coal) burning
•External riddler for effective mineral fuel (smokeless coal) burning
•Pre-heated Secondary Airwash system for clear glass and clean burning (control at back stove)
•Easy to remove baffle plate so the flue can be swept through the stove