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The largest wood-burning stove in soapstone


Jøtul FS 166 is a beautiful fireplace that can heat the largest spaces. It offers all the advantages of combining cast iron and soapstone with convection and radiant heating. Soapstone stores the heat emitted by the fireplace and distributes it slowly to your interior. Extend heat distribution with the optional Heat Storage Kit. The Jøtul I 570 fireplace offers a large combustion chamber that can accommodate 55 cm logs. It is equipped with an airflow system that keeps the glass clean.

  • Convective and radiant heat
  • Fireplace dedicated to large spaces
  • Extend your warm moments with the optional heat storage kit


Height: 1,835 mm

Width: 1,025 mm

Depth: 536 mm


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  • Height 1835 mm

  • Width 1025 mm

  • Depth 536 mm

  • Weight 660 kg

  • Log size up to 55 cm

  • Flue outlet Ø 180 mm

  • Flue exit options Top / Rear

  • Nom output 14.0 kW

  • Efficiency 77 %

  • Heating capacity up to 200 m²

  • Heating capacity cubic up to 400 m³

  • CO Emission 0.12 %

  • Dust Product Emission 17 mg/Nm³

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History & Craftmanship

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Our passion for heating and our long experience of mastering the Scandinavian climate has taught us that heat is more than what can be measured with a thermometer.

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That lasts

We want to offer our customers the absolute best stoves, stoves and fireplaces. Therefore, all our products are handmade in Norway with the best materials available.

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