Morso 7990

Average: 4.5 (2 votes)


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The Morso 7990 wood burning stove is the bigger “brother” of the 7943 model. Just like the latter, it also comes with a base which can have an exclusively decorative function but it can also be practical at the same time. You also have the ability to opt for a base featuring a drawer or log storage, just like with the 7943 model. However, with the 7990 you get 1/2 more height as it comes with a 600mm (24 inches) base. The 7943, on the other hand, has a 400mm (16 inches) base.

Being a one of the 7900 wood burners, the 7990 also features a cylindrical cast iron body, large glass viewing window on the door and two glass windows at the sides, all of which are kept clean by the Airwash system. Just like other stoves in the 7900 series, it too has the output of 7.3kW, net efficiency of 79%, self-closing door handle and a range of other features which increase its performance, functionality and beauty. This model is also available with the optional heat storage unit which emits heat long after the fire is out.

Overall Height (A) 1357mm
Overall Width (B) 504mm
Overall Depth (C) 435mm
Height to Centre of Rear Flue (D) 1179mm
Width to Centre of Top Flue (E) 252mm
Depth to Centre of Flue (F) 184mm from rear
Output 7.3 kW
Efficiency Net 79%
Airwash System Preheated
Construction Cast Iron
Flue Outlet Top or Rear
Flue Size 150mm
Flue Type Open Flue
Grate Type Fixed Wood Burning
Guarantee 10 Years
Defra Exempt Pending
Additional Finishes
Ideal Log Length Up to 30cm
Review by Brandon Parkes on Wed, 03/06/2015

We bought the version with the heat storage top because in our region, the temperatures drop quite low during the winter. We were skeptical at first, especially due to the high price, but in the end, we decided to give it a try anyway. And I'm glad that we did because the heat storage system works perfectly. The stones that are heated on the top of the stone emit heat for hours after the fire is out. If the stove is burned late into the night, the room stays warm until the morning thanks to the heat storage system.

Review by Stoveman on Tue, 23/07/2013