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A thermostat controls the heat output

Key Features:
  • Heats up to 2,500 square feet
  • Firebox more than 3.5 cubic feet, and allows for logs of up to 21 inches
  • Burn time is about 10 hours
  • Measures 35 1/2” wide x 23”tall x 27 1/2” deep
  • $2,600 and up, depending upon options
  • Pricing as of 2011.
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  • Model 2500
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by Bill Barron, contributing editor
Featuring a firebox made from 1/4" thick steel, Alaska Stove Company's Model 2500 can be set up as either a freestanding stove or, by removing its legs, as a fireplace insert.

But here's the hottest thing about this wood stove: You can set its heat output with a thermostat.

This stove has other high-end features: The door and side bay windows are made from cast iron for strength and durability; an air-wash system pushes combustion air across the ceramic window, reducing soot buildup. And the stove's front-mounted blower can push out up to 300 cubic feet a minute of heated air.

Available options are 24K gold plated doors, windows and legs. And a fireplace trim kit is available for the insert model.

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