Why is the Timberwolf so much less inexpensive than the 1100c? Is it strictly cosmetic?
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 03:29 PM

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For the most part, the difference in priced is based on the material with which each is manufactured. Napoleon's 1100C is a cast iron stove, while this Timberwolf 2100 is made of various gauges of steel. Also, the 1100C has 110 lbs of brick on the inside, while the 2100 only has 47 lbs of brick. The sizes of each chamber is very close to equal, but the 1100C can generate a bit more heat - 55,000 BTU for the 1100C vs. 45,000 BTU for the 2100. Duration of low fire is 7 hours for the 1100C and 6 hours for the 2100.

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