Monday, September 16, 2019

Prity 2M Wood Cookstove - Discontinued*

Prity 2M Wood Cookstove - Discontinued*

*PRODUCT DISCONTINUED - this page is for informational purposes only.

The Prity 2M is a steel and cast iron wood cook stove/range cooker from Bulgaria. Heat up time for the stove is rapid and can heat a large area of your home.  The 2M cooker has an optional bottom set of doors and is available for a “pretty” price!

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The Prity 2M has a lot of nice features for a "budget" wood cookstove/range cooker.  The stove's construction is of steel; gauges 14, 11 and 8, and equipped with a cast iron grate and cast iron hot plates.

The stove's oven has a fast heat-up time, baking in 15 - 20 minutes and thanks to the integrated thermometer you may always observe the temperature within the oven allowing tight regulation of the fire.

This wood cookstove can be used for indoor or outdoor cooking.  2M Prity - nice for summer!


  • 3 cast iron hot plates
  • Brick lined fire chamber
  • Flue with damper
  • Cast iron grate
  • Ash pan
  • Thermo shock glass ceramics pane in firebox
  • Heat resistant glass in oven door
  • Temperature gauge (Centigrade)

Optional Feature:

Set of doors for stove bottom 

Specifications: Prity 2M Cookstove/Range Cooker
Energy efficiency: 70.1%
Total heat output: 47 000 BTU
Heatable Area: Up to 6000 cubic feet of space
Weight: 236 lb
Dimensions: Length 36.6", depth: 22.8", height: 31.5"
Firebox door: 7.5" x 6.3"
Firebox size: 17"x 9"x 11.5"
Oven size: 19" x 16" x 8.5"
Chimney diameter: 5.11"
Temperature of exhaust smoke: 600F
Max. Temperature inside the oven: 480F
Chimney draft requirement: 14 Pa

Note: The stove is not currently UL listed.  Please follow local building code.

Prity 2M Wood Cookstove - Discontinued*

Prity 2M Wood Cookstove - Discontinued*

Prity 2M Wood Cookstove - Discontinued*


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    lovely stove
    May 31, 2014
    Reviewer: Penne
    I have one of these, and I'm delighted with it. It's so easy to cook with. The top can get very hot, good for stir fries and bacon, but put the pan to the far right and you can cook really slowly; cauliflower with a touch of olive oil, cumin and coriander left for about an hour is gorgeous. The oven heats up quickly too; decide to make a cake, light the fire and by the time you've made the mixture the oven is up to temperature.
    The stove throws out a huge amount of heat, but doesn't retain it since it is only steel, not cast iron. Also it does need tending fairly regularly. I also burn coal on it which stays in for longer, but is probably the cause of the frequent build up of soot under the hotplate, easily cleaned out.
    It's not very heavy so can be manouvered quite easily when fitting.
    It is a very pretty stove, pictures don't do it justice.
    Note: there is no shelf in the oven, I use an old cooling rack, and there is no towel rail.
    Yes, it's cheap, but well worth the money

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