★★★★★ Olympus (review)

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  1. Dpopps

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    High temp, side of door. 446

    Air temp - 206.5

    Fines - Low

    Ash volume - 2 oz

    Ash weight - .94 oz

    Ash percent - 14%

    Bag weight -40lbs

    Stove setting - medium

    Fuel type - softwood/ DF

    Pellet length - ¼” - 1 3/8”

    Donated by Alex @ dakeryn
    price? Not available in my area.

    I was very lucky to have these sent to me. These pellets are the best I have burned. Pellets are a nice length, with a some what reddish color. Heat output is great. Ash, what ash? Very low ash and not much of anything left over in the burn pot. I really like these and would buy, if sold in my area.

    This is a home test, always try a few bags for yourself before stocking up.
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  2. funflyer

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    I just got back from Vegas and while there I picked up some Sierra Supreme pellets, same as Olympus. Can't wait to test them against my favorite pellet.
     
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    I burned my 1 bag last night and was a little disappointed. There was no dust, no fines, and no ash. I feel a little cheated.
     
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