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forest dog

Wood Burners

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Cool :smokin:

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Love the one with the tree on top! That would look great in Mr OG's studio :)

All the best

Mrs OG :hippy:

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Awesome, where, how could I buy one?

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Yeah can you send a link, very interested in a wood burner for a new shed/creative studio (with secret groom 😃)I'm thinking about.

Cheers

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The guys name is Steve Parry, you'll find him on facebook with this link - https://www.facebook...teve.parry.1217

eta. I agree Mrs OG, the tree one is lovely. I rather like the one furthest away in the first picture too, the cylinder on its side with all the tools hanging from it.

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Bloody amazing, i`d have a wood burner in the blink of an eye but my poor choice of residence has scuppered that idea for the time being

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They're cool mate. I like the pot belly ones, first three on the left. Nice one for sharing.

There is one at the new place, but we have one of our own with a back boiler stored away for a rainy day project. The back boiler piece weighs a ton, but it opens up a whole load of possibilities without having to arse around constructing a heat exchange.

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They're cool mate. I like the pot belly ones, first three on the left. Nice one for sharing.

There is one at the new place, but we have one of our own with a back boiler stored away for a rainy day project. The back boiler piece weighs a ton, but it opens up a whole load of possibilities without having to arse around constructing a heat exchange.

Glad you managed to look in Cam.

My dad has one with a back boiler in his house, an amazing thing that provides all the hot water and runs the central heating system in winter, for free!

I'm going to have a go at constructing one myself to help out on these freezing winter evenings when the thermometer plunges to 15C.

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15c! You need one made out of a bean can mate lol

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I'm going to have a go at constructing one myself to help out on these freezing winter evenings when the thermometer plunges to 15C.

How do you manage? lol

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Just looking again and the flip top feed hole with the nice brass handle (far left) is very nice. I call that my favourite.

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Just posted on the gallery and then saw the thread :stoned:

Really nice designs especially 3rd from left, then again the more I look at it the first one on the left with is minimal design looks class. The chimney is being used right now :naughty: but hopefully I'll get it back one day.

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Mrs Bogsy wanted a woodburner for crimbo and I saw a few gas bottle burners on fleabay, I thought they were a novel idea but looked like what they were, a gas bottle with a hole cut out. The above burners however, are beautiful and I call dibs on the one 2nd from right which looks like part of the door is made from a casserole dish.

I like casseroles.

Bogsy.

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Am I losing the plot, or does one of them have a Pyrex dish as the window?

Some nice designs there. I'd bet not one of them would be up to scratch in a smoke control zone (you need really efficient burners for that use) but they don't half look good!

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