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Jøtul F 118

Jøtul F 118 is a timeless classic which has been upgraded by the inclusion of cleanburn technology and new details. It was designed in the late 1930's, amongst others by the famous artist Ørnulf Bast. The wood stove has a deep combustion chamber that cater to 60 cm logs and offers exceptionally long burntime. On the top it has a practical cooking plate.

"I bury my fire." An ancient Norwegian prayer to the fire is written on the front of the wood stove. The prayer was believed to keep fire and the dark forces away from the house and it was used in large parts of the country probably for several hundred years. The prayer also carries a religous element as fire was believed to be the strongest tool to fight off the dark forces. It is a common misunderstanding in Norway that the text comes from Håvamål.