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Vogelzang Defender Wood Stove with Blower and Legs, 1,200 Sq. ft., TR001BL

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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

Specification Description
Product Type: Wood Stoves
Application/Use: Indoor
Blower Type: Single
Brand: Vogelzang
Cabinet or Housing Material: Stainless Steel
Capacity: Varies
Catalytic Type: Non-catalytic
CountryofOrigin: Imported
Coverage Area: 1,200 sq. ft.
Finish: Stainless Steel
Firebox Depth: 13.5 in.
Firebox Height: 10 in.
Firebox Width: 21 in.
Flue Collar Size: 6 in.
Flue Exit Shape: Round
Fuel Type: Wood
Heat Output: 68,000
Heater Control: None
Heating Unit Type: Wood
Indoor and/or Outdoor: Indoor
Intended Use Grade: Residential
Material: Steel
Mounting Location: Freestanding
Part Number: TR001BL
Product Height: 28 in.
Product Length: 22.5 in.
Product Weight: 270 lb.
Product Width: 23.5 in.
Special Feature(s): Beautiful wood stove with air washed ceramic glass
Type: Wood Stove
Vent Diameter: 6 in.
Vent Type: Non-Direct
Venting Location: Bottom
Manufacturer Part Number TR001BL
Vogelzang Defender Wood Stove with Blower and Legs, 1,200 Sq. ft., TR001BL is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good stove Bought this stove and have been using it for several days now. Like all stoves you sorta have to get used to their quirks and personality. Overall it performs well and gives off a good bit of heat. It tends to burn though my logs faster than I expected, but that could also be the type of wood I am burning. my only complaint so far is that the damper seems to be rather ineffective. When it is wide open the fire draws well but I can’t tell that much of a difference with it all the way closed.
Date published: 2018-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wood stove chimney Extremely happy, and impressed with this stove. Great heat output, and does not consume much space. Very easy to keep clean.
Date published: 2018-01-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Heats up great I bought this stove because my old stove died and I needed a new heat source and this was just right for my home. Very comfortable heat.
Date published: 2018-01-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good looking affordable stove We bought this a few months ago, and have been burning it most night, keeps it nice and warm in the living room. It is a small fire box, but if you stack it right it will last 4 hours. The blower does not do a thing, we took it off. The fire bricks are all cracking, I guess it's not made to burn all the time, more of for looks.
Date published: 2018-01-09
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The wall behind the unit in your picture appears to be one of ceramic tiles. Is that why the stove can be so close to the wall and without that tile, how far must the stove be placed from the normal interior wall?

Asked by: Dick B
The closest you can get this stove is 12 inches away from the back wall. The closest you could get the stove to the wall even with a non-combustible surface is 12 inches so this means the stove will be as close as you could possibly get it just with the clearance given in the manual.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2017-10-23

Hi. Thank you for your answer on this stove. Do you have any side loading stoves that are under 300 pounds? I find that the front loaders tend to smoke when opened.

Asked by: Kimelking
we do not offer any side loading stoves.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2017-10-31


Asked by: RaNdy1
I apologize about the confilicting information. We actually have two versions of this particular model. the TR001 (without blower) and the TR001B (with blower). The one shown here is the TR001B and it does have an ash pan. The TR001, however, does not have an ashpan.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2016-12-11

Does this product come with a ventilation system

Asked by: James255070
No. We do not offer the piping with any of our products.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2016-10-12

How big should the heat pad/tile be on the floor under the stove?

Asked by: Magggi
40 inches wide and 56 inches deep.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2018-07-19

what is the difference between mobile home approved and none mobile home approved stoves. thanks

Asked by: deputydodge
The big difference in the stove is just in in their approvals. We don't have any stoves that have a mobile and non-mobile version.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2018-03-01

do you have to use the blower with this? if no electricity will it work ok?

Asked by: kcbunn
The blower is optional and can be ran without the blower and electricity.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2018-03-16

yes the wall behind the brick is combustible. What would the clearance be?

Asked by: maria7328
You are going to need to check with your local codes on this. There are too many factors that go into determining clearances. When there is a combustible material behind non-combustibles you still have to worry about heat transfer. The non-combustible material may reduce the clearance requirement but it has to have been done in a very specific way. Even then, local codes always take precedence. The only thing i can tell you for sure is to follow the clearances to combustible materials laid out in the manual. Anything more then that and you would need a professional to come out and look at it and tell you exactly how much your particular set up is able to reduce clearances, if at all.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2016-11-03
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