Pioneer Baker’s Choice Cookstove
The Pioneer Baker's Choice Wood Cookstove is the perfect choice for your cabin or smaller home. This stove was designed by Amish craftsmen. They welded the steel construction together for a lifetime of trouble-free performance and assembled this stove with standard features such as the backsplash and shelf to store the items that you like to keep handy for cooking and baking.
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- Top or front loading firebox
- Custom-molded refractory brick-lined firebox for even heating and efficiency
Note: There is no warranty on bricks, please be aware, throwing wood into the firebox can cause premature damage.
- Ashpan for easy cleaning
- Porcelain knobs
- Oven thermometer
- Smooth, polished steel cooktop
- Heat regulating damper controls
- The durable stainless steel stove body
- Finished with corrosion protectant black, high-heat paint, not porcelain enamel
- Oven door swings out, not down
- Lid lifter
- 7" oval to 7" round flue adapter for single-wall stove pipe (crimped end always points down)
- Right hand side to Flue Center 12" Left hand side to Flue Center 24"
- Handmade by Amish craftsmen
- Safety tested UL1482 / ULC S-627 and CSA B366
- EPA Exempt (learn more here)
- Washington State Approved (learn more here)
- Water reservoir (7 or 7.5 gallons)
- Warming closet
- Stainless steel water coil
PLEASE NOTE: This adapter is shown upside down.
Crimped end always points down.
|Baker's Choice||Specifications w/out Side Reservoir||Specifications with Side Reservoir|
|Overall Dimensions||36" W x 28" D x 53.5" H||43" W x 28" D x 53.5" H|
|Oven Dimensions||14" W x 22" D x 14" H||14" W x 22" D x 14" H|
|Fire Box Dimensions||11.5" W x 18.5" D x 14" H||11.5" W x 18.5" D x 14" H|
|Ash Pan Dimensions||9.5" W × 4" D x 21" L||9.5" W × 4" D x 21" L|
|Cooking Surface||34" W x 21.5" D x 32.5" H||41" W x 21.5" D x 32.5" H|
|Flue - Adapter is included||7" Oval Flue||7" Oval flue|
|Weight||380 lbs||430 lbs|
|Heating Capacity||Up to 2,000 sq. ft.||Up to 2,000 sq. ft.|
|Water Reservoir SS - Built on RH Side of Cooktop||N/A||7 Gallons / 8" W x 16" L x 12" D|
|Clearances To Combustibles|
This stove is not mobile home approved nor EPA approved. Cookstoves are nationally exempt from EPA regulations. Learn more about EPA exemptions here.
Detailed Dimensions are as follows:
28" deep + 2.5" for handles = 30.5" overall deep
32" wide cooktop + 4" for handles = overall width of 36"
32" height for the cooktop
33.25" height to the flue collar
Depth of stove with rear reservoir = 28"
Width of stove with side reservoir 43" wide
An oval to round adapter comes with the stove. This creates an offset and the adapter protrudes out 5.5" off the back of the flue collar. This 5.5" must be added to the stove depth of 28" (28" + 5.5" = 33" total stove depth) for clearance purposes.
When facing the front of the stove, the flue collar on the stove is positioned 12" from the right side to the center of the hole. The flue collar is 33.25" high from the floor. The flue collar protrudes out 4" from the back edge of the stove.
The rear water reservoir sits 4" on the back of the stove and 4" on the flue collar and does not overhang the flue collar. Adding the rear water reservoir does not change stove clearances.
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