The Quaruba model is one of our bestselling outdoor wood burning stoves. Handmade in Holland from quality CorTen steel, it is available in three different sizes: L, XL and XXL. Model L is the smallest of the series. With a height of 85cm, it features beautiful large windows that give you a fantastic view of the fire.
Constructed from strong 3mm CorTen steel, this robust outdoor stove can be left outside all year round. Offering a stylish industrial look, its striking appearance would create a stunning focal point in your garden. Designed and built to last, the CorTen steel material is weather resistant, forming a protective coating and rusting magnificently over time as it is exposed to the elements. As the rusting process is different for each fireplace, no two stoves will be the same, meaning each stove will have its own unique look.
The Quaruba’s unique modular construction gives you the flexibility to customise your outdoor fireplace to suit your specific needs. Supplied as standard on four legs, a handy stainless steel bolt is attached to each leg, providing you with the means to level and position your stove on an uneven surface. There is also the option of a mobile platform, for those who want to enjoy their stove in multiple locations.
Both functional and stylish, the Quaruba model features a cleverly concealed door handle, located between the door panel and the right leg. The sides with glass are equipped with the clever SGI system. This ‘clean glass system’ ensures that airflow is created close to the window, promoting the combustion process which allows the windows to stay exceptionally clean whilst burning, giving you an unrivalled view of the dancing flames.
With numerous window/panel options, achieving your dream stove couldn’t be easier. For a 360° view of the fire, you can opt for all four glass windows, or if you prefer a more traditional look, why not select 1 side of glass to three steel panels? The variant with 3 glass windows has a rear panel fitted with a 3mm thick steel plate. As an alternative, you can also select a concrete back wall, this is the same material as the bottom stones in the stove. The advantage here is that more heat is created at the front and the fireplace is better insulated, meaning it burns better. And finally, if you are looking to place the fireplace 15cm from a combustible wall, there is the option of a heat shield. In combination with the concrete back wall, this ensures that the rear of the stove does not get hot.
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