Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Rika Taurus EPA Stove - Discontinued*

Rika Taurus EPA Stove - Discontinued*

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

Experience the warmth and radiance of Soapstone with Rika's Taurus wood stove.

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The Taurus provides more than just a warm, pleasant atmosphere. All RIKA wood stoves are built with cleverly designed combustion chambers that allow for efficient of wood.


  • Exceeds Washington State emission standards
  • Soapstone Top & Steel Sides
  • EPA Certified at 4.4 grams/hr
  • Heats 1200-1500 square feet
  • Reversible flue: top or rear
  • Large curved viewing area
  • Comes with Soapstone Top and Steele sides.
  • Ceramic glass
  • Self-closing door
  • Ash Shaker Grate for easy ash removal
  • Large ash drawer
  • 38,500 BTU output
  • Fire box size: W17 x D10 x H13
  • Ultra-flame baffle system
  • 5-Year warranty

Specifications RIka Taurus
Emissions 4.4 g/hr
BTU's 11,817-32,263 BTU/Hr
Fuel Dry Well Seasoned Wood
Glass Heat Resistant Ceramic
Height 41"
Width 22 15/16"
Depth 17 13/16"
Weight w/o Sides & Top 375 lbs
Log Size 17''

Rika Taurus EPA Stove - Discontinued*
RIKA Taurus Price
List Price $2,499.95
Our Price $2,300.00
You save $199.95!

This item qualifies for free shipping!!

Please call or email for availability.Dealer Protected Areas: please call or email to see if this stove can be shipped to your area. 

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If you are planning to cook with a cookstove, you will need to understand some basic fire safety. Remember, extinguishing a grease or oil fire with water is not a good idea.

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