The Outlander® 19 Wood Stove comes with the choice of a pedestal or leg kit. The stove is metallic black. The door is equipped with a cool touch handle for a safe operation.
The Outlander® 19 is EPA 2020 certified at 2.25g/hr and is approved to be sold across Canada and the United States.
The Outlander® 19 offers a very clean glass thanks to its air washed technology. It is also backed by an impressive limited lifetime warranty.
Optional features include the ash pan and convection fan.
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