Charnwood Skye 5


Fuel Type: Wood, Solid Fuel

Output: 5KW

Chunky Contemporary Stove

10 Year Charnwood Warranty Available

None Almond +£130 Blue +£130 Bronze +£130 Brown +£130 Green +£130 Gunmetal +£130 Pewter +£130


Charnwood Skye 5 Multi Fuel Stove. Simple To Use, Clean Burn.

The Skye 5 represents Charnwood’s most efficient wood burning and multi fuel stove to date. This means you will get the very best out of your fuel and in return a comfortable 2-5kW of heat output. The simple and contemporary styling of the Charnwood Skye 5 ensures it will look just as good free standing as it will in a fireplace. The Skye benefits from landscape proportions with an excellent view of the fire.

The Skye is easy to use too. A simple latch opens the door. The output of the stove can be adjusted using one lever.

Efficient burning and optimum control.

The Skye range incorporates Charnwood’s Quattroflow® Air Management System. Using a number of air chambers, the single control introduces the right amount of air into just the right places for ultra efficient burning and optimum control. Pull out to increase the burning rate – push in to slow it down. An outside air supply can be channelled directly into the stove through the rear of the Quattroflow® box.

If you like the unique styling of this stove but need more power, the Skye 7 is an excellent alternative.



Charnwood Skye 5


Key Features

  • Fuel: Multi-fuel and Wood
  • Output: Nominal 5Kw (range 2-7kW)
  • Energy Rating: A+
  • 2022 SIA Eco Design Ready
  • Blu Technology
  • Construction: Steel Body, Cast Iron Doors
  • Airwash: Yes
  • Approved for Smoke-Free Zones: Yes (Wood)
  • Efficiency: Over 86% (Wood)

Optional Extras

  • Choice of Eight Colours (+£129.60)
  • Store Stand (+£108)
  • External Air Kit (+£71.40)


Additional information

Fuel Type



Dimensions without stand



Distance to Combustibles

Side 300mm. Rear 270mm. Reduce to 200mm and 90mm respectively with a heat shield.

Flue Size

125mm (5")

Product enquiry


Installation of domestic solid fuel, oil or gas appliances must be certified by a competent engineer. A HETAS, OFTEC or GAS SAFE Engineer is recommended or equivalent governing body. Building Regulations approval is also possible when work is carried out by a competent person.

Click here to find out more about our Installation Service, available for customers located in the South West.

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