Technical data:

5 kW (3-7 kW) ≈ 30-105 m2
Combustion efficiency: 80 %
Energy category A+
Flue gas data: 285°C ved 20°C, 12 pa.
External dimensions (HxWxL): A x B x C 115x52x41 cm
Combustion chamber (HxWxL): 33/46x27/29x28 cm
Firewood length: 28 cm
Weight: 199 kg
Smoke outlet diameter: Ø15 cm
Installation height top D 97 cm
Rear edge to centre of smoke outlet: E 16 cm
Installation height top: F 106 cm
Furniture distance: 80 cm
Distance to combustible: Bag = 10 cm. Sider = 25 cm

Varde Ovne reserves the right to alter dimensions etc., which may affect installation.

Soapstone retains heat
For long-lasting heat, Varde Shape 1 with soapstone is an obvious choice. The elegant grey Finnish soapstone cladding is of the very best quality and has the unique ability to store and emit heat long after you have stopped adding firewood. 

The round slimline stove fits well in your room and does not take up much space, regardless of whether it is placed in a corner or along the wall. Varde Shape 1 with soapstone will always be a great looking piece of home furniture, even when it isn’t turned on.

Functional and easy to operate
The combustion chamber has an ergonomically-correct design that makes it easy to fire up and clean. The concealed ash pan provides a streamlined design, while at the same time ensuring minimal dust deposits in the room. There is a practical storage compartment underneath the combustion chamber, where you can keep wood, kindling or tools. The handles are cool to the touch, so you do not burn your hands when operating the stove. Air control is elegantly located at the top and is easy to operate. This ensures optimum firewood combustion.

Varde Shape 1 with soapstone has a cast iron top plate, grate, base and smoke outlet, which not only offer solid craftsmanship, but also extends the durability of the stove. 

Varde Shape 1 with soapstone is only available with a top chimney outlet.

A better climate with AirBox system
Varde Shape 1 with soapstone features an AirBox system that allows the wood-burning stove to draw air from outside the home, instead of from the room where it stands. This produces better combustion and a better indoor climate, especially if your home is densely insulated. All you have to do is connect a flex pipe kit.