Invicta made some truly unique stoves. Unlike many manufacturers Invicta make the majority of their stoves, many of which are really contemporary designs, from cast iron which already sets them apart. But Invicta also walk their own path - they seem to consistently come up with unique and individual designs, funky and imaginative shapes for their stoves. The cast iron finish really shows, these are great quality, modern, solidly made stoves full of character.
A simply designed traditional looking cast iron stove, the Sedan has a large window to the fire, good looking cast iron handle, and some nice understated details on the legs and top of the stove. The Sedan comes as a 15kW, 10kW and 5kw model.
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The smallest of the Invicta Sedan models but with all the attributes that cast iron brings, the S has a 5kW heat output for smaller rooms or where it is a secondary heat source. Being cast iron it gives a more even heat distribution and allows the stored energy to continue to heat the space after the fire has gone out.
A unique oval stove, the Invicta Mandor throws out up to 15kW of heat. Like the other Invicta stoves the Mandor is an efficient cast iron woodburning stove.
A large 15kW cast iron stove with a front and side loading door, the sedan L is traditionally, yet simply styled. A woodburning stove with a very large window the Sedan L is also available in an ivory enamel finish as well as the standard anthracite.
The Invicta Pow Wow is the elder brother of the TiPi. The Pow Wow stove shares the same unique shape as the TiPi stove but is larger and has a higher heat output of 14kW.
The Invicta Tipi is a conically shaped tall legged 10kW stove made from the heavy cast iron so typical of Invicta. The design and shape sets this apart from other stoves, it's very unique and you will probably either love it or hate it's quirkiness.
Its French creativity certainly oozes from all aspects of this stove, and is truly something different. This is the smaller version of the Invicta Ove but just as impressive with an average output of 5kW when a focal talking point is your primary objective.
The Sedan M is an attractive 10kW wood stove in cast iron available in standard anthracite, ivory enamel, or a red enamel finish. Strong, sturdy and uncomplicated, it has the added bonus of a side loading door for longer logs giving you more time to relax watching the flames.
The Alcor is a majestic tall contemporary stove with a wide dark frame that sets a nice contrast to the flames. It clearly shows all the attributes of its French design.
The Ove stove is a very much an Invicta design with its tall oval shape in heavy cast iron this is a 10kW contemporary stove like no other.
The Invicta Argos is another distinctive, tall cast iron stove from Invicta. In common with some of the other models the Argos is heavily built and is uniquely shaped with a curved cast iron handle to match.
A tall cast iron stove, the Invicta Pharos can be fully rotated, even whilst burning! The Pharos is a 12kW woodburning stove with airwash.
A tall 14kW contemporary stove that looks like no other – the Chamane is a very solid cast iron stove with a high heat output suited to the larger room.
A high quality stove with smooth rounded corners and a simple unadulterated design, the Invicta Modena is a 12kW cast iron stove.
The Invicta Bradford is a 9kW cast iron woodburning stove with airwash. The Bradford stove is available in anthracite, ivory enamel, or red enamel.
The Invicta Itaya is stunningly different. It's such a wide 15kW woodburner, elegantly strong in design and has an all cast iron construction. This is one of the widest free standing stoves available.