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Wow! These are just gorgeous, and alongside the Dickinson boat stoves, are a great space-saving option for heat in your small/tiny home, cabin, shack, or hut. I’d LOVE to work one of these Marine Brand or Dickinson heaters/stoves into a filmed client build for our “Tiny Yellow House” show someday- we’ll see. Perhaps for “The H-Hut” prototype we want to build, or a fully outfitted NH treehouse that we might tackle in 2012.
Anyway, Most of these Navigator/Marine stoves take up barely more than 1 square foot of floor space (with some clearance space needed), and again, they’re just so nice looking! Add these to my tiny house-outfitting dream list… (and commence drooling).
Check out MUCH MORE at Marinestove.com
from “Navigator Stove Works”
|A new prototype they’re working on- it runs on diesel/bio diesel. 28″ tall, approx. 12″ wide.|
|“The Sardine”- their smallest model, with a nice enamel finish (they have several color options, or you can just go for the classic “cast iron black”)|
|Their “Little Cod” model now comes with a glass fronted option…|
|“The Halibut” interior|
(side note: we’re filming three episodes of “Tiny Yellow House” in a cross country trip to Seattle soon and looking for one/two more backers to make this possible (with some other potential shoots wrapped in). Thanks to Cozycabinplans.com for helping out so far! Those who help will be mentioned in these episodes. kidcedar at gmail dot com. People keep telling me “do a Kickstarter” campaign, but I’m not sure I want to just yet….
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