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Vogelzang Defender Wood Stove, 1,200 sq. ft. EPA-Certified with Storage, TR001WS

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The Defender is a beautiful air tight plate steel wood burning stove with nickel-pewter trim that accents a charcoal black finish. A Heavy cast iron door with air washed ceramic glass allows a magnificent view of the burning fire that will enhance any hearth setting. Here's how it works: The primary air inlet at the front of the stove ignites the wood upon start up. Once burning, the secondary air inlet at the rear of the firebox feeds air to the top of the stove through three (3) ignition tubes directly above the wood. The result is that you have ignition, or fire, at the bottom and at the top of the woodstove which, in effect, consumes the wood. This is a very efficient method of getting the most energy possible out of the wood that you are burning.

  • Burns several hours on one fueling
  • The Defender wood stove heats up to 1,200 square feet
  • Accepts logs up to 17" in length
  • BTU rating: 68,000
  • Adjustable legs
  • Cast iron feed door with large 15.5" x 8" ceramic glass window
  • Heavy gauge 3/16" reinforced plate steel with firebrick lining
  • Includes 100 CFM blower

Specification Description
Product Type: Wood Stoves
Application/Use: Wood Stove
Brand: Vogelzang
Cabinet or Housing Material: Cast Iron
Capacity: 17 in. log
Catalytic Type: Non-catalytic
CountryofOrigin: Imported
Coverage Area: 1,200 sq. ft.
Finish: Pewter
Firebox Depth: 13.5 in.
Firebox Height: 10 in.
Firebox Width: 21 in.
Flue Collar Size: 6 in.
Flue Exit Shape: Round
Fuel Type: Log wood
Heat Output: 68000
Heater Control: None
Heating Unit Type: Wood Stove
Intended Use Grade: Residential
Material: Cast Iron
Maximum Log Length: 17 in.
Mounting Location: Rear
Part Number: TR001WS
Product Height: 35.5 in.
Product Length: 21 in.
Product Weight: 270
Product Width: 23.5 in.
Special Feature(s): Unique Storage area underneath
Type: Wood Burning Stove
Vent Diameter: N/A
Vent Type: Direct
Venting Location: Top
Blower Type: Single
Indoor and/or Outdoor: Indoor
Manufacturer Part Number TR001WS
Vogelzang Defender Wood Stove, 1,200 sq. ft. EPA-Certified with Storage, TR001WS is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very solid Bought this for months ago would buy one again great stove heats the whole basement and half the upstairs
Date published: 2019-01-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Start up is really bad! We bought this a year ago and getting it to start up is terrible. We have the damper open, but is awful, or doesn't work. You have to leave your door open which smokes up the cabin because this is the only way to get any kind of wood to burn in this. It won't start drawing until the stove is completely hot which takes quite a while. I would reccomend going with another stove. Also when we picked it up, got it home then out of the box, it had a dent, and inside 3 of the bricks were busted and in piles of dust.
Date published: 2019-01-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice setup Bought for a small 240 sq. ft. hunting cabin. Overall has been a decent purchase, is constructed well and craftsmanship is acceptable. Bought this during tractor supply Black Friday sale for $300 off normal price, which in my opinion is what it's really worth. It is made in China for Vogelzang/USSC. The shipping material and wood crate it comes in is pretty shotty so carefully inspect for damage before taking delivery. Would recommend for a camp or basement, not large or flashy enough for a "center piece" in a living/dining room application.
Date published: 2017-12-20
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What is the gauge or thickness in fractions of an inch of the steel used--and if top, sides and bottom are different, please list all.

Asked by: DogPope
3/16th of an inch firebox.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2019-02-12

Is this mobile home approved?

Asked by: Danv93
Unfortunately this is not mobile home approved.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2017-11-01

Is it safe to stack wood in the space below the fire box?

Asked by: Billy 1945
That is a tool storage area. Wood is not recommended.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2019-02-07

Hi, if power goes out, can you still run this stove without the blower running?

Asked by: Ben_Nice
Yes. absolutely.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2019-01-26

Is this the exact same unit as the Model TR001BL only with the wood storage instead of legs? Are there any other differences?

Asked by: Maggie5770
That's the only difference.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2018-09-18

Is the storage below the TR001WS for firewood?

Asked by: Maggie5770
That is correct.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2018-09-17

I've looked at the manual but can't find an answer--can the distances off the wall be smaller if double wall pipe is used? And can they be smaller with a wall deflector as well? Thanks

Asked by: DogPope
The distances off the wall are to the sides of the stove and are based partially on the stove pipe and the sides of the stove itself. These are the required distances and should not be changed based off the pipe. Adding an insulated heat protector can help reduce clearances. you will need to consult with your local building codes department for proper clearances.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2019-02-13

We have a 350 sq ft cabin with cathedral ceiling (14 foot high) and a 8x16 open loft at the end. We plan to use the wood stove in spring and fall where temperatures might be about 20-30 degrees - would this stove be too large and overheat the cabin?

Asked by: Maggie5770
It would definitely keep it warm. Keep in mind that with 14 foot ceilings the hot air will rise to the top.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2018-09-18
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