Napoleon Woodburning 1900

Product Type: Free Standing Wood Stove
Brand: Napoleon

Woodburning stove that is both elegantly decorative and energy efficient. For use in single- and multi-family homes, as well as mobile homes. The 1900 unit features: 

  • Full canopy top
  • 12-hour burn time per fueling
  • Cooking trivet deflects heat forward into the room
  • Capable of drawing combustion air from outside
  • Easy operation
  • Single lever burn control for primary and secondary air
  • Clean burn
  • Wraparound side shields
  • Air washed glass window
  • Large ash dump with folding lid
  • 6" flue
  • Secondary air tube insulated with ceramic fiber and a stainless steel cover plate
  • Easy installation of ceramic fiber lining in firebox
  • Non-catalytic high tech design
  • Color options: black, almond, green
  • President's Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Meets EPA regulations
  • Heats 600-1,500 square feet
  • Heating capacities: 11,800-85,000 BTU
  • Accepts logs up to 20" in length
  • Mobile home approved
  • R-2000 Approved (Canada)


  1. Anonymous Says:

    We have a model 1900. we noticed it won't heat the house anymore. the dealer came out to look at it and claimed that the warranty probably won't cover it because it looks like we overheated the stove. we burn only the best wood and have a thermostat on the stove. we have NEVER overheated our stove. It is warped. Could it be that they are using cheap chinese steel? We are very careful with our stove and feel like they are just trying not to honor the warranty.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    We have had this stove since last October and I find it very difficult to control. Read the comments on and you will find many people have the same issue. The stove overfires very easily. Napoleon doesn't tell you in the manual that the safe limit on the firebox is 700 degrees F. This stove is constantly hitting that or exceeding that, even using extreme care to avoid high temps, and having the draft control all the way in. I even installed a key damper in the flue pipe to reduce the draft, and it hasn't help. The problem is the air opening controlled by the draft control is too open, even when the control lever is in the fully closed position. I would not buy this stove again.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    I have had my 1900 series for about 4 years now. I also find it very difficult to control the temp. When this stove is fully loaded for the night and the draft control is set on its lowest setting, the thermometer on the stove pipe is pegged at its highest setting. Due to the stove over cooking itself, I have had to replace many parts due to heat damage and warping. My local Napoleon dealed acts like it is no big deal and the manufacturer will not respond to countless e-mails. I would not buy another Napoleon product.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    I have had my 1900 for a year now and find it easily heats my 3500 square foot house 50 degrees warmer than the outside temperature.

    The square footage rating in you list should be revised.

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