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I'm curious if any other members have one of these stoves from Navigator.
If so how are you using yours? At sea or on land? In your house or shop? Kitchen, bedroom, or living area?

Any discussion would be greatly appreciated.

I had ordered one back when I was planning a camper/ tinyhouse build. Since than I have relised that there is really no where within 20m of my job that I could legally live fulltime in a tinyhouse, and not draw attention. I'm in the Philadelphia suburbs of south jersey where it is densely populated and just about everything is illegal..

So, I have found a small house on an acre I am in the process of buying. It already has a brick fireplace centrally located in the house.. Once I move in I am considering installing my NSW2 infront of the fireplace and than maybe install a larger stove in the basement vented up through the chimney where the nsw2 will tap into it, but really not sure yet..

Any thoughts on this perspective install would also be greatly appreciated .
Tim
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