Going into its third decade on the market, the Breckwell P2700 pellet stove was introduced in 1999 and will give you roughly 50-hours of burn time on its lowest setting.
Featuring a large, three-sided bay window with a stunning view of the flames this Breckwell stove provides you with good value. It’s recommended that you consider upgrading to the brick fireback and also the log-set or this handsome pellet stove may look a bit bare in your living space.
This Breckwell P2700 is compact at 25″ x 24″ x 31, but is furnished with a nice large ash drawer. Although, you are supplied with enough space for burned pellets it is still recommended that you empty it prior to using your Breckwell stove each time.
Controlled by a digital push-button pad that has five heat range settings that has diagnostic capability, this Breckwell pellet stove gives off a nice amount of heat that will keep you cozy all winter long.
This Breckwell P2700 pellet stove is not only EPA Exempt, it’s also EPA Phase II Certified and has a very low emissions of 2.19 grams per hour.
The flue is a standard 3 inch flue exhaust pipe and the fresh air pipe is 2″ that has a side rod baffle damper to control the fresh air intake.
We recommend this Breckwell pellet stove as it is a workhorse and there aren’t too many complains from owners. Having been around for such an extended period of time is also a sign that a stove will stay with you for the long haul.
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