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    AGA Stoves

    Anyone ever heard of these?

    https://www.agamarvel.com/aga/

    https://www.agamarvel.com/aga/who-we...istory-of-aga/



    If I recall, these units stay at a constant heat output 24/7. There is no preheat period.
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    Look really nice (but pricy).
    So many recipes, so little time
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    Some even run off of wood and coal.

    A blind engineer designed these stoves from what I read. They are made out of cast iron, and distribute heat very well.
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    They would probably fall through the floor of most American homes

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    Quote Originally Posted by LMichaels View Post
    They would probably fall through the floor of most American homes
    LOL!

    They might at that!

    Sounds like they would do better on a hearth.

    Here's something smaller...

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    When I was younger Roper stoves were popular and moving them up 2-3 flights of stairs was a pain.




    I couldn't imagine how hard it would be to move one of those AGA's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timothy View Post
    When I was younger Roper stoves were popular and moving them up 2-3 flights of stairs was a pain.


    I couldn't imagine how hard it would be to move one of those AGA's.

    Tim
    My grandmother used to have one of those, although it ran on bottled gas.

    Ate many a fine meal on that stove!
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