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price of petchka's

Postby tiamet » Sun Mar 07, 2010 8:27 pm

hi all, a quick question I'm hoping you can help with.....

I'm thinking of renewing a very old woodburning stove in my place in a village 25k NW of Veliko Turnavo, can anyone say how much a new stove may be to buy? Just a small one.... Prices from local village shops and general town stores in this area both welcome

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Postby Tiarnan » Sun Mar 07, 2010 8:34 pm

Paid 220 leva last Winter for average size Prity fire in Byala Varna.

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Postby construction_help » Sun Mar 07, 2010 8:54 pm

http://www.prity-bg.com/docs/CatalogEN.pdf

http://www.prity-bg.com/Price.pdf

Hi hope this helps :wink:

prices in bulgarian but easy to work out follow codes and sizes

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Postby scot47 » Mon Mar 08, 2010 3:33 am

The cheapest ones are the "Tsiganski Lyubov" style - like the ones you see in the old Western movies. Effective but will only last for a few years.

"Gipsy Love" because they are quick to heat up - and quick to get cold !

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Postby millomgirl » Mon Mar 08, 2010 7:55 am

As you are in the Veliko Turnovo region, I would suggest a visit to the Priti
factory at Lyaskovets, near to Gorna Oryahovitsa. They have all the Priti petchkas on display, and you can get a brochure too which gives all the sizes, heat output etc. We bought one in November. Think it was just under 400 lev, but it is a large one with an oven.

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Postby tandt » Mon Mar 08, 2010 9:07 am

I think there is a difference between a 'petchka' and 'Kamina' - a petchka is a cooker with oven and a kamina is just a fire. Could someone confirm this ?
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Postby walkage » Mon Mar 08, 2010 10:56 am

A good place to look in VT is Bursa - it's a builders merchant. You go up Bulgaria Blvd towards Metro as you reach the large central island turn right up the hill - past KAT - and Bursa is about 500m on the left - big blue building.

Yes there is a difference the Kamina runs radiators - easy way to check - if there are pipes coming out the back it's for radiators, so you want a Petchka which is all smooth i.e no connections for rads.

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Postby tiamet » Tue Mar 16, 2010 1:34 pm

Thanks for the posts everyone thats all very useful, I'll check out Prity in Lyaskovets and Bursa in Turnavo.
I'm in BG next week and I'm a bit worried it'll be too cold to stay in my house without a stove..... I'm 25k NE of Turnavo, anyone thereabouts want to let me know how the weathers been lately?

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Postby theweeton » Tue Mar 16, 2010 1:48 pm

8) you should have no problems next week double figures (plus) during day and a bit cooler at night if you have high tog quilts you may even find them too hot.
This is my personal opinion i am no michel fish but there will be no hurricanes

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