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Hampton Wood Stove

A Hampton wood stove falls under the Regency line of heaters, fireplaces, and inserts. Many of the users rave about the look and feel, even female users. If you look closely at the design, you'll see that these are really Regency units with some additional bells and whistles. Not that that's bad necessarily but you may end up paying a little bit of a premium. The enamel finish will normally cost you some extra dough so keep that in mind, however it is much easier to clean than the flat standard coating. There are 4 wood-burning units in this line:

HI200 - The small insert model. Generates about 55K BTUs

HI300 - Slightly larger than the HI300. Generally priced around $2300

H200 - The smaller of the freestanding heaters, although not much less powerful than the H300. It has an advanced convection technology so it is good for a multi-story house that needs air flow.

H300 - The largest of the freestanding units. Has an outstanding quality feel and look, but still isn't quite enough for an overnight burn in a bigger house. Has a built in cook surface, but its not really effective as it doesn't hit the fire directly.

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