Part Number: GDS50-1NSB
eFireplaceStore Item Number: NPL-GDS50
*Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 4 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page if available for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.
With a Napoleon GDS50 Direct Vent-B Vent Gas Stove it's easy to add a touch of rustic charm to any home decor. With multiple finishes and door styles to choose from, you'll have no problem creating a stove that will be at home with any decorating scheme. That is not to say, however, that no one will notice this attractive antique-style stove. Friends and family alike will be drawn to this furnace, with its unique Phazer log set and wide glass viewing window.
But don't think that this gas stove is just for show. The GDS50 is a fully functional stove, capable of providing any room with additional heat. Capable of handling up to 44,000 BTUs, this stove features a large circulating blower and a turbo triple burner system to maximize efficiency. Even the ceramic glass helps conduct heat.
And because electricity is not required for any part of its operation, this gas stove is a great resource during a power outage. As long as you've got natural gas or propane - this model offers you the convenience of choosing the fuel source that works best for you - you'll have reliable and efficient heat. Also, unlike a traditional wood-burning stove which can be difficult to start and requires constant tending, using this gas stove is as simple. Just switch the power on, select your desired heat level, and your work is done.
The Napoleon GDS50 Direct Vent-B Vent Gas Stove is elegant, effective, and convenient. After just one cozy evening by the fire you'll wonder how you ever did without this enchanting home accessory.
Separately sold Thermostats, Remote Controls, and Timers available.
The Napoleon B-Vent Gas Stove Pipe Adaptor Kit (item NPL-GS-150KT) is needed to convert this unit to a B-Vent appliance.
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