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Napoleon 1100

Napoleon 1100

The Napoleon 1100 is the smallest of their log burning line.  Compared to the 1400 and 1900, it’s a little less powerful but still has many of the same features.

There is the 1100 pedestal model, and then the 1100C, which has legs.  The big difference between this and the bigger models is the firebox size.  Oddly enough though, Napoleon rates this as having similar BTU as the 1400.

Despite its smaller size, it still has the same clean burn technology as it older brothers.  This gives a nice secondary burn and helps it burn very efficiently, especially for a smaller stove.   It also has good shields on the back and sides, so it will be comfortable even in a tight spot.  Be sure that it meets the correct clearance recommendations.  The air wash will keep the glass clean.

This unit is rated for 7 hour burn times but you may be able to get some longer burn times.  Overnight is a little bit of a stretch but you may still have some hot coals to get another fire going quickly.

The baffles can tend to get out of line after a few uses.  Make sure you push the baffles back once in a while.  In the forward position it can tend to create a smoky fire.

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