The Bohemia 60 is the largest model in our range and gives an extremely useful 6KW of heat for warming a large room.  Burn either wood or multifuel on the cast iron grate and enjoy the good heat output that this stove offers.  With its large firebox this stove can be loaded with logs up to 400mm (16”) or with smokeless solid fuel to give a long burn time.

Simple air controls allow you to enjoy a cosy heat and a lovely view of the fire.  Choose from 3 different options including single plain door, single cast iron door.

Optional cast iron decorative door
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HETAS approved appliance

Technical data






Nominal output



Range rating



Flue outlet diameter


125 mm top/rear

Heating area


30-140 m2



89 kg

Distance to flammable materials 





45cm, at side 50cm

to furniture



Width of wood chamber



Max log length



Dimension in mm


606 x 545 x 387 mm (HxWxD) 

Distance from floor to centre of rear outlet



Distance of centre of top flue outlet to rear edge of stove



Colour options



Efficiency when burning wood



Efficiency when burning solid fuel (approved smokeless fuels and brown coal)



For Brochure download click here


Bohemia brochure

2010 New Bohemia
brochure - (815KB)

Can be installed on a 12mm hearth

CE mark, EN13240, Hetas approved for wood burning

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