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Anyone have experience with the Dwarf line of wood stoves?

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Location: North-East Georgia
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Hello all, me and my wife are about to take the plunge into an off-grid life, and we will be living in a 36' fifth wheel, a '93 Newmar Kountry Star, until we build our house (probably 2-3 years). We have decided to go the wood stove/oven route for our heating, and a good deal of our cooking. We will have propane as a back-up. We have ~22acres of oak/hickory/pine forest (mainly hardwood), so wood will not be an issue .

After a lot of searching I came across the Dwarf 5kw Cookstove Combo, and found it very interesting, and seemingly a perfect fit. It is compact, but still quite feature rich.

The only downside is that I have been unable to find reviews about the dwarf line, and would like to hear/read some experiences from owners of a Dwarf stove before I "pull the trigger" and buy one.
Can you really tell me that we aren't dealing with suspicious baked goods? And then there is this tiny ad:
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