Add healthful moisture to the air and dress up your woodstove with this whimsical Dragon Steamer. He holds three quarts of water, so he won't run dry left on your stove overnight. Durable enamel finish inside and out resists rust and helps to maintain a like-new appearance year after year.
Dimensions 12"L x 7W" x 10-1/4"H 3 qt. capacity
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Comments about Product: Not a lot of people are using wood stoves anymore, but I actually have a friend who heats his home with wood. He usually keeps a kettle of water on the stove to add humidity. I bought this as a give and now he adds humidity with a little more fun and a still traditional cast iron look.
Comments about Product: This is a very good product- well made and adorable in person. I looked at a lot of designs online before I bought this and I admit I bought it for its looks but the quality is very high. Due to the design where the steam only comes out of the snout, the stove has to get going well before it steams. Once it does, the steam comes out well. The size is big enough that you don't have to fill it constantly and the base has not gotten icky so far after a winter of use. And it is so very cute! This is one winter item that will not have to be packed away in the summer.
Comments about Product: I love this dragon and have gotten so many comments on him. It's a great way to liven up your average steamer. The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is because it does not hold a huge amount of water. Otherwise this guy is perfect!
Comments about Product: I wish it had been made with a round area on the bottom for regular stoves (electric or gas). It does still work on the stove-top but is not as energy efficient as it could be. It is heavy but does a great job. Like most steamers, it will collect minerals on the sides and bottom unless you use demineralized water.
Comments about Product: I'm on my 3rd season with my dragon and it is very cute & I love the look, however, it has rusted considerably and I need to try & re-finish it (which I'm not sure how to). Also, he doesn't steam unless the fire is very very hot. Not sure if I would purchase again, I'm thinking the open top steamers are more practical as it is a pain having to lift the heavy hot cover each time you need water. Otherwise, it is cute & fun conversation piece.