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Regency F1100 Classic

Regency F1100 Classic

Another small wood stove from Regency. Stands almost 32" high and is 24" wide. Puts out up to 55,000 BTU/hr and will take logs up to 18" long. The Regency F1100 is pretty impressive on first glance. It's got a brick lined firebox, which you don't see in many small wood stoves. It has a flat top, which will allow the use of a stove kettle or steamer, and it comes with either legs or a pedestal base.

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Reviewed and rated by EDD on April 19, 2013

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I have had this stove for three years and find it to be problem free. I burn well seasoned wood and have the chimney cleaned every year. It heats our 1200 sq. ft home with no problem. We do not have a problem with excess creosote build up and the glass door only requires cleaning every two or three days.
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Regency F1100 Classic
Reviewed and rated by pete fish on October 19, 2011

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I've had this stove for 2 years now. It is easy to use, but like the other reviews said the glass does need to be cleaned every couple of days. And the burn time even when loaded is not more than 5 hous. Plus, don't get the ash pan and save 100.00. It's easier to scoop the ashes out of the stove. The stove does put out alot of heat for a small stove. It keeps my 1000 sq ft single story house ...
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Regency z2510L high efficiency
Reviewed and rated by Island girl on October 15, 2011

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Had the wood stove for 5 years and it ended up with a 4" crack starting up the face. Asked for the stove to be replaced with the lifetime warranty. They would only weld the crack. Used the stove the following year and then the crack split up 8" on the face. Now regency says that they won't weld it because they can't since the split is so long and they won't replace it either. $3000 stove a ...
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Regency F1100 Classic
Reviewed and rated by Benoit Ontario on December 06, 2010

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I have use this wood stoove for the last 10 years, we find it very efficient and does little creosote if you burn dry wood, I had to change on piece and the company was very helpful. We recomended it. Benoit Ontario
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Regency F1100 Classic
Reviewed and rated by RooCat on October 01, 2010

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Outstanding little stove. I've had it for 12 years, and other than the top baffle tiles, I've never had to do anything except clean the chimney once a season but the glass door does build up creosote fairly fast unless you keep a very hot fire going. It has to be cleaned every day or two. Convenient to use, easy to start a fire in, and I love the reburn gases playing flames across the top of ...
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Regency F1100 Classic
Reviewed and rated by CTBush on August 12, 2010

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I've had this stove for 18 yrs..and it was fine at first. Since then the draft control has broken and the baffles are falling. I can no longer get parts to repair it..and the company, when contacted basically just shrugged their shoulders. Not their problem. The limited lifetime warranty was very limited (as in non existant). I think a wood stove should last longer than 18 years.
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Regency F1100 Classic
Reviewed and rated by towhee on December 08, 2009

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Good woodstove for smaller homes. Clean-burning, rarely have to clean the chimney. Only down-side is the smaller fire-box means you can really only get 2 hours max. burn time if you are burning efficiently.
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Regency F1100 Classic
Reviewed and rated by midnight on October 08, 2009

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Even using very dry wood, and burning correctly, so the glass door stayed clear, it built up a lot of creosote.
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