"This Drolet Myriad High-Efficiency Wood Stove is mobile home approved. Stove features high-quality 5/16in. top, stainless steel baffle, cast iron door, adjustable door handle and king-size ash drawer. Has metallic black finish. Accepts logs up to 20in. long fire box holds 3.1 cu. ft., UL approved. Not for sale in Washington. Customers are responsible for checking local codes and regulations prior to purchase. Flue Collar Size in. 6, Blower CFM 75, Stove Pipe Included No, Clearance from Rear Wall in. 15, Product Type Stove, Fuel Type Wood, Clearance from Corner in. 16, Thermostat Included No, Igniter Manual, Heat Settings Variable, EPA Certified Yes, Firebox Size W x D in. 18 1/4 x 20 1/4, Mobile Home Approved Yes, Door Opening W x H in. 15 1/2 x 10 3/4, UL UL approved, Blower Included Yes, Dimensions W x D x H in. 23 3/4 x 29 3/4 x 31 3/8, Heating Capability sq. ft. 2,100, BTU Output 85,000, Clearance from Side Wall in. 23, Full Load Run Time Hours 8-12, Blower Power Supply Volts, Amps 115, Max. Log Size Accepted L in. 20. 75 efficiency Quality 5/16in. top Stainless steel baffle Adjustable door handle King-size ash drawer Metallic black finish Fire box is firebrick lined and holds 3.1 cu. ft. Clearances to combustible materials with double wall pipe Back 6in. Sides 23in. Corners 17in. Stove is mobile home approved"
Average Customer Rating:
(58 Reviews) 58
Rating Summary(58 reviews)
57 of 58(98%)would recommend this product to a friend.
I like a lot of the features of this stove. I've only had it for about 3 weeks and the fire has never gone out. I've only burned about a rick of wood. The flue vent is very good for warming the stove and keeps smoke out of the house when loading wood. The large glass is good for viewing, but quickly became obscured by soot when we first fired up the stove. If I burn a really hot fire, it will clean the majority of the glass. Makes good heat. A well-built stove all-in-all. The damper control leaves something to be desired. It is not easy to adjust and the air control cannot be completely closed off. The ash clean-out leaks air into the firebox which causes more wood consumption. I wish there were a way to seal the ash trap door to keep the air out. Other than the air control and air leaks into the firebox, it's a well-built stove. The blower is slightly noisy, but not consistently. It makes me concerned that it may fail in the future, but only time will tell. My house is 1,200 square feet. When the temp outside was single digits, I kept the inside in the 70's with minimal effort or wood usage. Fuel efficiency is pretty good, but I think it would get better without the air leaks from the damper and the ash trap door.
This stove is just great. The heat output is amazing. Even with 2 or 3 bigger hardwood logs you can heat up your whole living space for hours. I can totally recommend this stove. I have a 1400 sqft home and this stove heats the space up to 80 degrees within an hour. The burn time with a half load of hardwood logs is around 4-5 hours. I assume with a full load it's a lot longer, but I haven't had a change to test it yet.
Have basement with 800 square foot dried in porch under above deck. Last winter had a smaller, very poor efficiency heater. Ordered Drolet Myriad in November. Its heavy and had to have help setting it in. Mid December now and I have learned how easy it is to operate. Will definitely burn all night. Left it last night damped down and at 2:00 pm today had hot coals to start new fire. Love the flat top for emergency cooking. Does smoke out door when reloading, but learned to go slow and let draft organize with open damper before opening door. Good product. Does what it is advertised to do. I would buy another Drolet product if the need arises.
I like this stove. This wood stove is well made, and it isn't made in China. It has a big ash box. It had a much better price than others similar to it. I anticipate many years of good service from this stove. From everything I have read Drolet is an old, solid company.
Used to be a metal fireplace in this corner. This is much better.
Just finished my second winter with this stove. This is my sole heat source and it does the job fantastically. Outdoor temps for winter here range from 30"s to Below zero on many nights. In our 1600 sq ft manufactured home indoor temps range from mid 70's to mid 80's depending on how hot you want to get it. Only flaw I have is that it is possibly too much stove for the size of my home. Spent many evenings with temps in the teens and one window open to even out the temp. Blower included is not needed at all and did not even install it. Holds fire for a good 8 hrs and coals for 10 to 12. Lots of surface area for cooking during power outages or when we just decide to use it. Love my stove as my wife doesn't really get comfortably warm until the temp reaches about 80 degrees so as long as she is happy I am happy. Did put an extra layer of fire brick in the stove to shrink the fire box area and give the ability to keep a smaller fire plus keeps giving off some heat long after the fire has gone out. Saved enough money the first winter by switching from fuel oil to pay for the stove so I will gladly open a window now and again for that kind of savings. My oil furnace rarely ever got my house to 70 on those below zero nights without running non-stop and closing the curtains and such to keep out the drafts. Getting ready to get another to put in my son's new double wide as well so that should tell you how much we like this one.
Purchased the wood stove for a second home in Maine. Stove arrived in good condition. Had a neighbor unload the truck with his fork lift and move the stove to my home. Two of us slid it off the pallet onto a 4 wheel dolly. Moved it into position and two of us lifted while a third person pulled out the dolly. Minor adjustments and the stove was in place. Easy installation with 6" smoke pipe. Fired it up and followed the break in procedure. Burns and heats good. Hope to really test it out when it gets real cold.
This is the third wood stove I've had in my life and most certainly the best. My wood usage has dropped by close to half. With the use of a ceiling fan blowing downward on low speed it easily heats our 1,600 square feet with high living room ceiling. The blower fan is fairly quiet and I have only used it a few times on the lower setting. The installation was simple and straight forward and completed from top to bottom the next morning after arrival. Our winters get in the 20's with a few colder spells and this unit is going work out just great for us.
We ordered our Drolet in late August. Sitting here this afternoon on a cool October afternoon enjoying my Drolet . Everything spelled out in literature has lived up to my expectations. . Purchased this stove with outside fresh air hook up and it's working pefectly. This is our third wood stove. The prior two not efficient, needed to obtain a stove that ran through the night and limited the amount of wood I burned. Seems to be living up to my expectations. I will send a follow up review later on this winter. Customer service at Northern tools exellent from start to finish , including delivery.
This is one great stove. Heats 1500 Sq. House with ease. One thing I recommend is the fresh air vent from the outside. Drolet makes a complete kit for their stoves. Using the fresh are kit eliminates the smoke and the dust in the house, which you get from any wood stove. It also helps with the burning. You can fill this stove for the night at 10 pm, cut the stove back, and when you wake at 6am you will still have hot coals to start the day. You do need good, dry wood for any wood stove to perform well. Have a blessed day. John
Our first wood stove and I bought because of the reviews.....It arrived in perfect condition, very heavy duty...it feels like a solid peice of steel. Because I do not live any where near a northern tool I had it shipped.....to compare the size of the stove I went to lowes any sized up one of their stoves with the myraids demensions. Once hooked up the stoved fire right up and with only a few small peices it heated the house quickly........I would buy this product again in a heart beat.......good luck!
I own a 2,100 sq foot home. I was tired of buying oil and dealing with the price games. I canceled my oil delivery and installed my myriad wood stove a few weeks ago. So far the weather in NJ hasn't been to cold lows in the teens since I've installed the stove. So far the stove warms my house up to the mid 70's with a small fire. The burn off smell gets to me after a while and had to keep the window open for the first 6 fires or so. Other then that the mayriad keeps us warm and cozy so far. The stove produces a lot of heat with a small amount of seasoned oak wood. I will check back in and let you know how the winter goes once it gets cold out. No more oil games to deal with !!!
Great wood burner. I have had a lot of wood stove experince in my lifetime. I have found that this stove will hold the fire for a long period of time. If you know what you are doing.If you don't then your install is not right or you don't know what you are doing. This stove does evreything advertised. I can get the 8-12 burn time on seasoned wood everytime. I like the glass door it smokes up a little but its wood burning it smokes. i would say that if you are goin to buy a stove this is the one to get. i plan on using this for a long time.
I have had many wood stoves over the years, some were brand names. This stove by far has beat them out! It puts out a lot of heat with very little wood! It heats my 2 1/2 car garage easily. The air wash system is wonderful. It seems to be made well and overall it is a great purchase. The blower works well also. It is not that noisy overall. I had delivery to the store and the stove was in perfect shape when I went to get it, not a ding! You can't go wrong with this stove if heat is what you need!
Just got done installing the stove fired it up to burn it off boy this is nice with the small fire I had in it to burn it off the heat was GREAT 7 small logs and burned for 8 hrs. This should heat this 1800 ft house great this winter and many more to come very well built. the glass door is nice
Started this stove for the first time, May 9th.2012. Very satisfied with the initial burn in. This stove is replacing a Fisher-Baby Bear & it did a excellent job but was not efficient in that you had to put wood in every two and half hours. No doubt in my mind that this stove will heat my 1800 sq. foot home easily & have a run time of 8 to 12 hours. Familiarize yourself with the directions that come with the stove and enjoy clean wood heat in the coming winter's. Looking forward to the next winter. Did a lot of Research before choosing this model & Northern Tool & Equipment had the best price & is a great place to do business with. 5 Star Rating with me!
this stove would probably work really well in a large family room where the heat doesn't have to travel. it needs an outer housing on the stove so the blower is effective, most heat felt is from the door. make sure to build a good chimney-didn't expect a chimney to cost that much. i used it in a basement and had to run a fan to move the hot air around. i never could get 12hr burn time. i use large ash for wood and wish it had a shaker grate. i needed something this season b/c propane cost is so high but this stove will probably go to garage after i build my outdoor boiler.
After two winters in North Central PA we decided to find and alternate heat source to lighten the fuel oil cost we had been burdened with. Deciding to go with the Drolet woodstove was one of the best decision we have ever made. This stove quickly heats our 1600 square ft ranch home very nicely. The glass is a bit of a pain to keep clean to maintain a nice view of the burning fire. I would suggest this product for anyone looking for a well built wood stove to heat their home.
This stove is easy to use and easy to install. It has a large cooking area on top. It is designed to safely load more wood and no smoke blows back into the house. I could not ask for anything more than what I got with this stove.
Simply put, 3200 sq foot house "two floors" with a very open floor plan. The stove sits in a open 800+ sq foot area on the ground floor with other rooms off to the side. My pre-fab fireplace could reach mid to high 60's on a temp gauge place on the far wall in 40 degree outside temps "pushing it safe limits" This stove hit 80 degrees plus on that same gauge in it's paint curing stages w/temps down to 28, and I have yet to unleash this beast! My wood supply is not the most seasoned oak, as that is hard to find here. After a week of burning, I checked the stove pipe/chimney. There was some build up at the lower portions. I'll clean it an go forward. I have learned that this stove wants to burn very hot! During the day time, I keep lightly loaded n the damper wide open. Yes it goes through wood, but much less then the fire place. At night I load it with one "all niter" log and a few other smaller relatives, let it fire up for a hr and then damper it all the way down. This morning "8 hours later" and 28 degrees outside, I awoke to 72 degrees down stairs, chilly in my upstairs bed room, and a warm feeling in the upstairs foyer. Best of all is, I had the mother of all glowing coals beds with two large chunks of still flamming ambers. Open the draw, add 4 more pieces of wood and a minute later she is cranking again! Even if i go through a $90 face-cord of cheap unseasoned wood this month, with scrubbing my chimney every two weeks it will be a bargain! Don't dare ask what it would cost me to keep this hut warm "like this" with my dual zone natural gas heat. At the end of this season I will load up on firewood and keep it stacked right allowing it to be the seasoned wood that I know will lift this already GEM LIKE STOVE to another level. Thanks Drolet and NorthernTools for ed-u-ma-kating-me.
I live in northeast Tennessee and I am very pleased with this stove. It uses very little wood and is very easy to regulate compared to the last time I tried to use a wood stove. It radiates heat better than I thought it would. Very nice. My wife and I like laying on the couch and watching the fire.