Gas stoves

The gas stoves offer high performance when it comes to heating our house or a room without affecting our pocket, which allows great economic savings.

To help you choose the best gas stove for youBelow you will find an updated comparison with the best models you can buy today. We also offer you a lot of information in which we explain how these stoves work, where to place them, their advantages, disadvantages...

Comparison of gas stoves

To start with, here is a comparative with the best gas stoves that you can buy today:

The best Orbegozo HBF 95 Stove of... Orbegozo HBF 95 Stove of... No ratings yet 101,82 €
Quality Price Orbegozo HBF 90 Wood stove with... Orbegozo HBF 90 Wood stove with... 4,570 Reviews 81,39 €
Our favourite Orbegozo HCE 73 - Stove... Orbegozo HCE 73 - Stove... 1,020 Reviews 81,87 €
Orbegozo HBF 100 - Stove... Orbegozo HBF 100 - Stove... 389 Reviews 118,50 €
Orbegozo H 55 Stove of... Orbegozo H 55 Stove of... 1,570 Reviews 85,66 €
Campingaz CR5000 - Camping... Campingaz CR5000 - Camping... No ratings yet 125,17 €
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The best gas stoves

DeLonghi VBF2

DeLonghi is one of the world's best-known stove manufacturers. and that can boast of having in its catalogue some of the most popular models, such as this one. DeLonghi VBF or VBF2 which are considered to be two of the best blue flame gas stoves.

The price of both models is very low, although in the case of the VBF has a big disadvantage, and that is that it has no thermostat, so we can not control the size of the flame. This means that we will not be able to save on consumption, although if this is what we are looking for we can opt for the VBF2 model which does have a thermostat.

The price difference between the two models is minimal so we directly recommend that you buy the VBF2 model as it is newer and more complete.

Orbegozo HBF 95 Stove

Another of the best-selling blue flame stoves on the market is the Orbegozo HBF 95 that imitates a wood stove. Like the other stove that we have talked about, it has 3 power positions to be able to adapt it at all times to our needs at all times. Yes, it has a little less power, 3,500 W that will be enough to heat any room.

Its current market price is very competitive as well as being powerful and with that flame effect, it has other interesting options such as triple security system or carrying handles to move it easily thanks to its swivel wheels.

Orbegozo HCE73

One of the best catalytic stoves that we can find in the market is the Orbegozo HCE72, a stove that has a catalytic panel offers us a maximum power of 4.200W. Of course, and how could it be otherwise, we can regulate this power thanks to the three levels of selection that incorporates.

It is also a stove with a very low consumption, ideal for heating small rooms, and has a minimum gas consumption of 118 grams/hour, while the maximum is only 305 grams/hour.

Orbegozo HBF 90

If we are looking for a little more power, the Orbegozo HBF 90 offers up to 4200 W and a maximum consumption of 305 grams/hour.This is not too high considering that we are dealing with a butane stove and the price of this gas.

The normal price of this stove is 101 euros, although very normally we can find it with a discounted price that is usually around 80 or 90 euros..

Orbegozo H55

The stove Orbegozo H55 is another option we have within the cheap gas stoves, and is that we can buy it for a price less than 90 € and have in return a more than interesting butane gas stove catalytic.

With a power of 3000 W and a triple safety system, to be always protected, we can heat almost any room, no matter how big it is. In addition we can transport it very easily thanks to its light weight and swivel wheels.

Butsir EBBC0016

With a compact design this Butsir EBBC0016 stove offers us the possibility of heating any room through butane gas. Its price also is the most economical of this comparative and is that we can acquire it for very little money.


Among its main features we highlight its two power levelsYou can use a single burner with a consumption of 98g/h or increase the power with a second burner that in total will offer a consumption of 200g/h.

Types of gas stoves

Blue flame gas stove

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Blue flame gas stoves, heat the room by convention or, in other words, generate hot air that displaces the cold air to raise the temperature of all the air.. This type of stoves are not very advisable for small rooms of less than 15 square meters, being tremendously effective even in rooms of 40 square meters.

Until not so long ago, this type of gas stove was not at all economical as it consumed an enormous amount of gas. Today's blue-flame gas stoves gas much more efficiently, making them much more effective. and above all economical. To give you an idea, the consumption is not usually above 4 liters per gas per hour, which will allow us to reach up to 4000W of heat energy.

Catalytic stoves

Catalytic stoves are recommended by a large number of experts for households with small children or animals, because of the enormous security they offer. One of the main advantages they offer is that they emit heat through their catalytic panel, which means that they do not work with direct fire, avoiding a large number of dangers for the youngest people in the house and for all those curious animals that tend to approach the stoves.

Its power is between 2,500 and 3,100 W, with an estimated consumption of between 140 and 200 grams per hour.. This makes its consumption is lower than the blue flame gas stoves. They also hold the temperature much better once we turn off the stove.

Finally, their great disadvantage is that they do not heat as quickly as other types of stoves, but the advantages they offer undoubtedly make this disadvantage secondary.

Radiant gas stoves

Radiant gas stove

Gas stoves are frequently used in homes to provide heat on colder days. They have always been thought to be more dangerous because of possible fires and gas leaks. However, as the years have gone by, have boosted their safety and efficiency.

When choosing what type of gas stove you want to put in your home, you wonder which one is the best. It is important that you take into account the room where you are going to place it. It must have good ventilation, since the stove consumes oxygen from the environment.

Radiant gas stoves work as follows. They have a high performance infrared burner that makes them more powerful. They are capable of reaching up to 4,000 W, so they can heat larger rooms of 25 to 35 square meters. Since they are more powerful, it is necessary to place them in a well-ventilated room. They usually consume about 300 grams of gas per hour. Taking into account that a butane gas cylinder has 12.5 kg and is the cheapest there is, it is not at all expensive. It is advisable to keep it away from children.

Radiant gas stoves are often confused with catalytic and blue flame stoves. However, their operation is not the same. Catalytic stoves use a catalytic panel that does not use fire directly. These stoves are more suitable if you have children at home.

On the other hand, the stoves of blue flame convection operation. The gas burns at a higher temperature, which has a lower fuel consumption and higher heat emission. They have a longer life than other gas stoves.

With this information, you will surely no longer get confused between the types of stoves.

Where to place a gas stove

One of the most common questions usually asked by all those who buy a gas stove, has to do with its location. And is that most people have cataloged everything related to gas as dangerous, when if we have certain precautions, it is far from being dangerous.

To place a gas stove you must follow the indications below;

  • Place them in a well-ventilated room with a clear view of the size larger than 20 square meters
  • Not recommended for installation in bedrooms, small rooms or poorly ventilated rooms.

Although you should take precautions when placing a gas stove, you should not worry too much because most of them have an automatic shutdown system when the environment reaches a certain CO2 load. This avoids major problems and keeps us always out of danger.

How to light a gas stove

How to light a gas stove

Many people have the question of how to light the gas stove correctly in order to avoid danger. The first thing to do is to open the pressure regulator cock on the gas cylinder. The regulator knob must be pressed for about 20 seconds and rotated to its maximum position. While holding the knob down, press the piezo button several times to light the pilot flame. When the flame is lit, it is best to hold the knob down for a few more seconds and then release it slowly.

If, after lighting the pilot flame and releasing the control knob, it goes out, it's because the cylinder is wearing out. If, on the other hand, the flame does not ignite, the piezo button may be broken or dusty.

It is important not to move the gas stove once it has been lit. If you have to move it, it is better to turn it off and wait a few minutes for the gas in the cylinder to stabilise. This is to avoid possible gas explosions.

Are gas stoves safe?

Gas Stove Buying Guide

Like all heating appliances, gas stoves have their risks. They can be dangerous if they are not used properly and with caution. To avoid dangerous situations we must:

  • Do not use the gas stove in bathrooms and bedrooms.
  • Do not connect them in rooms that are too small (approx. 3.5 square metres), as they consume the air in the room, putting you at risk of suffocation.
  • If the power exceeds 4650 W, the room will must have at all times air circulation.
  • It is advisable to turn them off if you are going to sleep..
  • Do not store reserve cylinders in basements.
  • It is important to leave a safe distance between the stove and possible flammable objects such as furniture and armchairs.
  • Do not cover it with clothes under no circumstances.
  • If the air becomes too stuffy, open the windows for 10 minutes to renew the air.
  • Dust is your worst enemy. During the summer, it is good to cover them up to prevent them from getting dusty, as this could be a danger and reduce their performance.

To increase your safety, over the years, gas stoves have improved their performance with a safety system that works like this:

  • They have a system that cuts off the gas in case the flame is extinguished. This way we will be avoiding a possible gas poisoning.
  • If the atmosphere is heavily polluted, the gas emission is automatically cut off. If the atmosphere is with reduced oxygen or the burner is dirty, carbon monoxide will be generated during combustion. It is a toxic gas, so the stove will prevent this situation.

If the safety systems do not work, the stove will not work either.. Therefore, they are quite safe.

Advantages of a gas stove

Among the main advantages of gas stoves we can find;

  • Power Outages. The gas stoves work as its name says with gas so we should not have to be at the expense of electricity. In areas where power cuts are common they are an interesting resource.
  • Fast start-up and low clean-up. This type of stove is quick and easy to light, and does not require a great deal of maintenance or extensive cleaning.
  • Temperature control. Unlike other types of stoves, gas stoves allow us to maintain a very controlled temperature and regulate it to our liking, depending on the heat we need at all times.

Disadvantages of gas stoves

The main disadvantages of gas stoves are as follows;

  • Portability. Gas stoves are not usually small in size, so moving them from one place to another can be quite a hassle. If you need to move your stove from one place to another constantly or quite often, you may need to look for another type of stove.
  • Gas leaks. As we have already mentioned before, one of the main drawbacks of gas stoves is precisely the gas leaks that can cause more than one problem to a large number of users. To avoid this problem it is essential to check the stoves frequently.

Butane price

Currently the price of a cylinder of butane is 14.15 euros.one of the lowest prices in living memory, but which has been rising since July 2016 with no sign of slowing down.

Below you can see in this graph the evolution of the butane cylinder in the last months;

Evolution of the butane cylinder price

Is a gas or kerosene stove better?

The kerosene stoves are used for situations in which the following are required very fast heat input such as in large rooms and corridors. Areas such as public buildings, where draughts continually enter through doors opening and closing. This means that every time the air is renewed, cold air enters again.

For this type of situation, a kerosene stove is ideal, since it provides warmth in a short time. It is also good for places such as ground floors, workshops, mezzanines and basements for domestic use.

Its main advantage is that no explosion or fire hazard. In addition, they are portable, require no installation or maintenance, are economical and quiet. Kerosene or paraffin is a fuel obtained from petroleum distillate and is quite cheap. However, they give off an odor that can be toxic when ignited and extinguished. They are also too hot, so in a short time they will require ventilation and the cold will come in again.

Unlike this type of stoves, the gas stoves do not burden the atmosphere so much and are more stable over time. So, as a conclusion, if you need more heat in places where there is continuous ventilation through open and closed doors, the best option is kerosene. On the contrary, if you need heat in a stable and closed place, the best option is gas.

With this information you will be clearer about gas stoves and how they work.

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