Saturday, October 25, 2014

Vermont Bun Baker 1500 Soapstone Cookstove

Bun Baker 1500

The Vermont Bun Baker cookstove will allow you to cook anything from delicious pies to a wonderful meal. The spacious cooktop accommodates 4 large pots and pans, and 2 removable rings allow you to use a wok.  A bypass damper lets the hot flue gases circulate around the oven before leaving out the flue outlet.  When your food is cooking, it allows the warm and cozy wood fire to heat your living room or kitchen. This cookstove will heat 700 - 900 sq. ft., though it varies depending on the insulation of your home and the size and shape of the room.

Note: The Vermont Bun Baker is the same stove as the Baker's Oven. Our distributor has been given the privilege by the Australian manufacturer of naming it the Vermont Bun Baker and adding the option of soapstone to this unique cook stove.  The Vermont Bun Baker 1500 is adorned with 1,200 lbs of 2 3/8" thick veneer soapstone. 

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The Vermont Bun Baker cookstove will allow you to cook anything from delicious pies to a wonderful meal. The spacious cooktop accommodates 4 large pots and pans, and 2 removable rings allow you to use a wok.  A bypass damper lets the hot flue gases to circulate around the oven before leaving out the flue outlet.  When your food is cooking, it allows the warm and cozy wood fire to heat your living room or kitchen. This cookstove will heat 700 - 900 sq. ft., though it varies depending on the insulation of your home and the size and shape of the room.

Note: The Vermont Bun Baker is the same stove as the Baker's Oven. Our distributor has been given the privilege by the Australian manufacturer of naming it the Vermont Bun Baker and adding the option of soapstone to this unique cook stove.  The Vermont Bun Baker 1500 is adorned with 1,200 lbs of 2 3/8" thick veneer soapstone.

Features

Firebricks help the temperatures to stabilize, for thermal mass to increase, and protect the firebox.

Below the door is an Ash lip that keeps hot embers from falling on the floor.

You might only have to clean the stove once every six weeks, depending on the kind of wood you decide to burn.  An inspection plate conveniently located inside the base of the oven allows cleaning access for the accumulation in the bypass area.

Heat shielding in the bottom and rear of stove allows a closer clearance to combustible materials.

Specifications Vermont Bun Baker
Dimensions 28 1/2 W" x 25 1/2 H" x 51D"
Flue Size 6"
Oven Dimensions 14.5"W x 13.5"H x 11"D
Fire Box Dimensions 13.5"W x 11.5"H x 15.5"D
Stove Material Steel-1/4" thick top and front 5/16" firebox
Heat Output 30,000 BTU/hr
Efficiency Rating 78%
Soapstone thickness 2 3/8"
Area Heated 750-1,000 sq ft
Max length wood 12-14"
Clearances Single Wall Pipe Double Wall Pipe
Back of Stove 14" 8"
Side of Stove 14" 10"
Corner of Stove 11.5" 6.5"

Bun Baker 1500

Bun Baker 1500

Bun Baker 1500

Bun Baker 1500

Bun Baker 1500

Bun Baker 1500

Bun Baker 1500
Item Price
Vermont Bun Baker 1500 Cook Stove (includes shipping) $6,950
Optional Water Circulator $350

Shipping within the continental USA is included.  Some exceptions may apply.

Shipping is additional
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Obadiah’s: The Baker’s Oven/Vermont Bun Baker - The Install

Obadiah’s: The Baker’s Oven/Vermont Bun Baker - Overview

Obadiah’s: The Baker’s Oven/Vermont Bun Baker - Installing Soapstone

Obadiah’s: Baker’s Oven/Vermont Bun Baker - Cleaning & Preparing The Chimney

Obadiah’s: The Baker’s Oven/Vermont Bun Baker - Adjusting the Air Wash

Obadiah’s: The Baker’s Oven/Vermont Bun Baker - The Draw Collar, Part I

Obadiah’s: The Baker’s Oven/Vermont Bun Baker - The Draw Collar, Part II

Obadiah’s: The Baker’s Oven/Vermont Bun Baker - Loading the Stove and First Burn

 

Great stove!
September 5, 2013
Reviewer: Woody Chain
We have owned the Bakers Oven for over 7yrs. We use it in our 36' Avion coach as I am also a professional firefighter. http://wildfirefighters.com/ When we're fighting fires up in the Rocky Mountains, even in the summer, it can get fairly chilly (30s) at night. We'll build a fire in Bakers Oven at night to stay warm and it will be ready to heat up a pot of coffee in the morning. Although I'm not much of a cook, I've made a pot of chilli on the cook-top. I've also used the oven to heat up frozen pizza's, lasagna and garlic bread. This stove does have a small firebox, but I can get a overnight burn out of it. The Soapstone option really makes a big difference in storing and radiating the heat and takes a good stove and makes it a great stove! (I am the owner of Obadiah's)
Exactly what we hoped for!
September 5, 2013
Reviewer: HM
We had the opportunity to "fire'er up" already and we got the inside temp of the house up to a toasty 82f. We put a load of wood in before we went to sleep and the soap stone was still warm in the am and the house was a good 20 degrees warmer than out side. The Vermont Bun baker is exactly what we hoped it would be!
Great stove!
September 5, 2013
Reviewer: Sam
We use our stove to heat our 1200sqft home. It keeps it at 72 degrees with outside temperature of 26 degrees. A load of wood lasts about five hours. The only problem is the small firebox. You learn to cut wood in a different shape. Watch YouTube. Overall, I would buy another one if we move, or a replacement. I'm sure the fuel would last longer if we packed it into it. Great stove!


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