For Sale Kimberly Wood Stoves $300 OFF!

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Trade' started by Zombie, Jul 11, 2014.


  1. Zombie

    Zombie Lead Zombie Operator

    Good Evening everyone! We are pleased to announce that we now carry Kimberly Wood Stoves! This offer is for forum members only. Enter code WOODSTOVE at checkout and receive $300.00 off our normal price. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE
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    The world famous Kimberly™ gasifier wood stove "the cleanest wood burning stove on the planet" was selected as one of 14 finalists out of 261 entries in the Wood Stove Decathlon, sponsored in part by Popular Mechanics magazine. Your On-Grid or Off-Grid Living Solution… Heats your boat, RV, yurt, cabin, shop, or tiny house. Requires just 6-inches clearance on sides and back of flue. Heats bigger spaces, up to 1500 sq. ft. of well-insulated space. Is highly portable, weighing just 56 pounds. Is perfect for emergency preparedness. Saves hundreds of $$$ in installation costs with a unique venting system. Makes installation easy for the Do-It-Yourself-er Offers its cook top surface for on-grid or off-grid cooking. Ultra Efficient… Produces just 3.2 grams/hour, less than half the allowed EPA emissions. The Kimberly Stove Is EPA Certified, CSA Certified, UL-Listed. Is Washington State EPA Certified, the toughest standards in the United States. Burns up to 8 hours on a single load of fuel, providing a good night’s sleep. Quality Engineering… Made in America from domestically produced stainless steel. Designed for many years of trouble free service. Five year non-prorated warranty.
     
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  2. tacmotusn

    tacmotusn Mosquito Sailor

    $4000 is a pretty steep price for such a small stove, (25 X 10 inches), with a 40,000 BTU output, even if it is pretty shiny Stainless Steel.
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    For that kind of money I would probably go with the Century Fireplace Furnace which uses the same gas reburn process, burn 8 to 12 hours on a single load, will easily heat 3000 sq ft, and can be tied directly into your house duct system if you so desire. jmho
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    Your recommended stove looks very well made and obviously would serve those with a need for a compact unit and have plenty of money. I hope you find enough buyers to continue producing your product. At $2000 I would probably give you rave reviews. again... jmho
     
  3. NotSoSneaky

    NotSoSneaky former supporter

    As far as reviews go, ask the people who actually one of these, best to practice due diligence before making a major purchase. I have asked on other forums and opinions vary.

    That being said, anyone here own one of these ?
     
  4. tacmotusn

    tacmotusn Mosquito Sailor

    I have an 85,000 BTU high efficiency wood burning stove made of thick welded steel plate. It also will burn for 8 to 12 hours on a single load of wood. Has an outer box that wraps 3 sides of main box and has a fan to blow heated air off top of stove at a 45 degree angle. 3/8 inch thick flat top can be used as a cook surface for pots or dutch ovens or griddle. With ALL accessories to install (complete chimney package), it came to $1600.
    It is rated to heat a 2200 sq ft house and mine is 1800 sq ft heated and cooled. It should get the job done.
     
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  5. Zombie

    Zombie Lead Zombie Operator

    Just thought that Id mention some reasons to purchase one of these.

    • It only weighs 56 pounds, not 300-400 pounds.
    • It’s a little over two feet tall and 10 inches in diameter, so it has a much smaller footprint.
    • It’s made mostly of stainless steel.
    • It burns less wood and is designed with two fire zones to burn what other stoves release as smoke.
    • The Kimberly isn’t limited to home use only. It can be used on boats and motor homes.
    • It’s portable and can be installed in 15-20 minutes.
    • Heat is projected out from the front and top. The stove is well insulated enough that the sides stay cool.
    • Cook and heat water on the stove top.
    • And it’s made in the USA.
     
  6. ghrit

    ghrit Ambulatory anachronism Administrator Founding Member

    Where is the vent, and how does it have to be installed?
     
  7. Zombie

    Zombie Lead Zombie Operator

    There is this 8 min video on youtube that shows an installation. Its easy after seeing it.

    Air comes in from the bottom and leaves through a chimney at the top (not included but relatively inexpensive)
     
  8. BTPost

    BTPost Old Fart Snow Monkey Moderator

    As long as it doesn't use Room Air for combustion.... It should be fine, Otherwise it is not going to be very efficient..... .....

    Ah, after watching the video, yep they use Outside Air for combustion.... but they better screen that Air Input or they will have "Critters" living in the subfloor.....
     
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  9. Zombie

    Zombie Lead Zombie Operator

    lol good observation
     
  10. ghrit

    ghrit Ambulatory anachronism Administrator Founding Member

    Where is the vent, and how does it have to be installed?
    That introduces another item for maintenance, check the screens periodically. What else needs done to keep that beast operating optimally? Link to the O&M manual, please, if there's one to be had.
     
  11. NotSoSneaky

    NotSoSneaky former supporter


    How big is the firebox and what length log will fit in it ?
    My fireplace takes 16" logs will they fit in your stove ?
     
  12. ghrit

    ghrit Ambulatory anachronism Administrator Founding Member

    How hot does the surface get? Installed as shown in the vid, right next to a set of steps up from the outside, it looks like a prime place to bump when climbing in with a sack of groceries.

    ZOMBIE, please to not feel picked on here. This is all about finding out the details since the link in the first post is singularly lacking in anything more than a sales pitch. The Monkey wants to know more.
     
  13. Zombie

    Zombie Lead Zombie Operator

  14. Zombie

    Zombie Lead Zombie Operator

    Not feeling picked at all :) its your right to know, i'll get the info as soon as possible
     
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  15. Zombie

    Zombie Lead Zombie Operator

    Here are your answers from the owner himself. Hope this helps!

    Fueling is very different, the maximum size log one can fit in the firebox
    is 4 inches by 10 inches which I rarely do. Out here in the Northwest we
    do not have a good supply of hard woods. As a result of that and my
    feeling a little old and lazy about cutting trees I burn compressed
    sawdust firelogs. I break one in half at bedtime (10pm +/-) and by 3:30
    when I run to the bathroom I use the second half log. In this manner I
    spend .97 cents a night to heat my home. The majority of the heat produced
    is transferred out the top and through the front door. As for bumping the
    stove people tend to learn very quickly NOT to do that, but that is true
    for any stove. When floor space is at a premium one must take into
    consideration these things, but again this is true of any application.
     
  16. BTPost

    BTPost Old Fart Snow Monkey Moderator

    If you used Dry Alder, it will burn hot as Coal, and last just as long....
     
  17. tacmotusn

    tacmotusn Mosquito Sailor

    Hey Bruce, ship me some of that dry alder. I have searched the woods here abouts and just can't seem to find any. Guess I will have to settle with using oak.
     
  18. BTPost

    BTPost Old Fart Snow Monkey Moderator

    Medium FlatRate Box ships for $13US.... How much do you want.... Oh, Yea, It takes about two years to dry out, once split.....
     
  19. MLOK

    MLOK Neophyte Monkey

    I watched your other video as well in hopes to help justify the cost. The reburn flame was amazing and you can really see the wood gasification process which I was wondering about. I want to mount it in a trailer but come up with a quick release and then take it to hunt camp for a wall tent stove. Also add on top a 45w devil watt thermo electric generator and make electricity to recharge all kinds of tools radios gps etc.
     
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