Thursday, August 6, 2020

Regency Classic F2450 Wood Stove

Regency Classic F2450 Wood Stove

The Regency Classic F2450 Wood Stove provides the perfect amount of heat for most spaces. Load wood in this stove front to back or side to side for the optimum convenience.

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Features

  • The Regency Classic F2450 heats up to 3,000 square feet!
  • Large fire viewing area
  • Heat radiating ceramic glass
  • Wood-finished handle
  • Heavy duty cast hinges
  • Solid forged steel adjustable cam lock
  • Front mounted air adjustment
  • Air operating safety tool
  • High performance brick-lined firebox
  • Non-obtrusive air wash curtain
  • Welded ash lip
  • Rear heat deflector
  • Mobile home and alcove approved
  • Dual-burn design creates longer and more complete burns
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Specifications Regency Classic F2450
Overall Dimensions 36-5/16"H x 24"W x 27-3/16"D
Heating Capacity 3,000 Sq. Ft.
Max Heat Output 75,000 BTUs
Flue Size 6"
Minimum Chimney Height 15'
Max Log Length 18"
Viewing Area 161 sq. in.
Emissions 2.3 g/h
Efficiency 75%
Firebox Size 2.3 Cu. Ft.
Fuel Wood
Maximum Burn Time 10 Hours

Regency Classic F2450 Wood Stove

Regency Classic F2450 Wood Stove

Regency Classic F2450 Wood Stove
Prices
Regency Classic F2450 $1,720

Please call or email for a price quote and specify the model you are interested in and your zip code.  One of our sales associates will be glad to answer your inquiry.

Freight truck deliveries may be on a truck that is over 60' long.  Please inquire with our sales staff if you have specific shipping needs such as international, freight terminal and/or business deliveries or if you need a smaller size truck.  Click here to see Obadiah's Shipping Terms.

Obadiah's offer's a 20% discount and free shipping on most complete chimney systems. Email our chimney specialists for an exact quote.



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