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Chilli Penguin 8

Chilli Penguin 8 Chilli Penguin 8

Chilli Penguin's largest stove has a huge window for maximum fire view. Also available as the Chubby 8. Dimensions given are for the Penguin 8, Chubby is wider and taller.

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Short Penguin

Short Penguin Short Penguin

The Short Penguin's elegant dimensions mean it can fit in places other stoves can't go. A handsome stove with a good clean-burn system, it has proved very popular. Also available with integrated logstore.

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The Chubby

The Chubby The Chubby

The same firebox as the Short Penguin, but the integral plinth and convection panels give it increased stature and girth.

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Hungry Penguin

Hungry Penguin Hungry Penguin

The original Chilli Penguin stove will keep you warm, cook your dinner and boil your kettle. A boiler option will also heat your water. An additional option is a double-height oven, for serious cheffing!

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Fat Penguin

Fat Penguin Fat Penguin

The Fat Penguin's convection panels mean that the sides remain cooler in operation, allowing more flexible placement. It enjoys the same hot plate and oven as the Hungry Penguin and a boiler option for heating domestic water.

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The Woody

The Woody The Woody

A shallow stove with a huge window, the Woody will fit fireplaces other stoves won't, while accepting up to 17" logs.

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The High and Mighty

The High and Mighty The High and Mighty

A tall Penguin with a log store, convection panels and an oven.

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The Eighty-Ate

The Eighty-Ate The Eighty-Ate

If you want a stove you can do some serious cooking on, the Eighty-Ate is the one. With a spacious oven that will easily reach 300C, and a top-plate that will boil a kettle, with a generous 8kW heat-output, this is a great piece of kit.

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