Timeless products are a link between past and present and they have their natural place in modern interior design. They are based on Norwegian cast iron craftsmanship and functional, modern design that is both innovative and can withstand short-term trends at the same time.
Jøtul F 400 is one of the largest wood stoves on the Norwegian market, with room for logs of up to 50 cm. This model has a large external ash removal solution which facilitates convenient emptying of the ashes. The ash lip catches ashes and sparks that may accidentally fall out of the combustion chamber.
With all of the technological features of its smaller cousins, the Jøtul F 600 is indeed a classic wood stove. It is designed to have room for considerable sized logs and has a large firebox volume to heat much larger rooms. Bigger is definately best. In addition, it is superbly crafted with a side-loading door for added convenience and an easily accessed ashpan.
The Jøtul F 118 is a timeless classic which has been upgraded by the inclusion of cleanburn technology and new details. It was designed in the late 1930’s, amongst others by the famous artist Ørnulf Bast. The wood stove has a deep combustion chamber that cater to 60 cm logs and offers exceptionally long burntime. On the top it has a practical cooking plate.
The Jøtul F 480 series consists of two variants, both fully cast iron, convection stoves which can be positioned close to combustible walls. The tall burn chamber gives room for high, dancing flames and the rounded glass offers a great view to the fire from the side. The Jøtul F 483 is a round, fully cast iron, convection stove.
Jøtul F 130-series is a modern and stylish designed woodstove. For houses with a low energy demand, this stove is an ideal option. It is compact and designed to function optimally on low burn. This will in turn give you a positive heating experience both when it comes to warmth and a great view of the flames.
the F 160 series which consists of six main variants, with or without side glasses and with different leg options and cast iron bases. Jøtul F 163 is characterised by its large side glasses and three sturdy legs that give the stove an easy and modern look. There are also different finish options and you can choose either black paint or maintenance free black or white enamel.
With panoramic view to the fire, Jøtul F 520 offers the experience of a live campfire in your living room.
This wood stove offers a wide expanse of glass, the flames can be fully enjoyed from three sides of the stove. With a special glass coating feature the glass stays clean. The smart construction of the air valves makes the stove easy to light and is user friendly.
The renowned industrial designer Bård Eker has designed the timeless fireplace series FS 90. The series is the first with the surround of lightweight concrete mixed with olivine sand.
Olivine offers high thermal capacity that contributes to the fireplace gives off an even heat over a long time. Largecurved glass door for optimum view of the flames. The result is a fireplace with a slim, round shape
Jøtul I 400 FL is part of the Jøtul I 400 series which consists of three main variants. This is a medium-sized fireplace insert with a modern design it features a large glass for a perfect view of the burning logs. Jøtul F 400 FL has light coloured burn plates that makes the fireplace insert look light and attractive even when you don’t have the fire lit.
Jøtul’s inserts offer the convenience and efficiency of a wood stove with the look of a large open fire if you choose to open the doors. The Harmony bi-fold doors can be folded back to allow you full viewing access of the fire. With a canopy, available to suit from Jøtul (UK) Ltd., the Jøtul I 18 becomes an ideal and impressive inglenook appliance.