Hunter Hawk stove
The Hunter Hawk 3 and 4 stove is available as a multi fuel or wood burning stove. The Hawk is available in 2 different types -
one has a contemporary plain door design and the other a door with a more traditional design.
It will fit into small fire place openings and is available as a double sided stove.
- Height: 553mm
- Width: 390mm
- Depth: 342mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
- Efficiency: 72.8%
Most Recent Review
I have used this for nearly a year now and cant wait to get rid of it. The main problem is that there is no gap between the ash shelf and the door. Every time you open the door, solid fuel and... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Have you tried to push the fuel to the back of the firebox and not putting so much on at any one time. Smaller logs are also important in situations where ash falling when opening the door is reported.
Most Popular Review
If likened to a car the Hunter Hawk would be a Lada. It does the job (just) and is nothing special but will get you there. After 5 years it looks tired and even after new firebricks and an overhaul... [ read more ]
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I have owned the Hunter Hawk from new. I was being patriotic by buying British.I found it was impossible to control the air intake.I finally discovered the door is twisted, unfortunately by... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Hunter warranty on doors is 5 years providing the stove has been installed and operated as per their manual. The cause may be down to over-drawing due to the installation rather than a fault with the stove itself. A flue draw test should have been taken when installation was undertaken. (There are methods to overcome an overdrawing flue should this be found to be the cause.) Your warranty claim should be taken up with your supplier to investigate if you are eligible for a new door should the stove be less than 5 years old. Cast doors do not generally twist, it may be the stove body that has distorted.
Had the Hunter Hawk 4, Double sided, single depth, and installed it 3 weeks ago, if your expecting heat from this then don't buy it. Ideally would like to sell it back!
Stove expert replied: There are several factors why a stove fails to produce the heat expected. Firstly is this the correct size stove for the space you are trying to heat? Has this been installed correctly with adequate air for combustion? What fuel are you using and is it dry and seasoned with a moisture content on less than 20%? I would suggest that you go back to the installer to check that the flue draw is correct ect. The output that can be expected is 4 - 6kW.
Lovely looking little stove istalled a few weeks ago. Dissappointing heat output. Flue does not exceed 120degs C and stove has cooler spots between back and front of around 50deg C difference... [ read more ]
We have moved house now and left my Hunter Hawk 4 behind. I was very sad about that. It kept my house toasty. With it's tertiary vents making the flames spiral it was better than tv most nights... [ read more ]
This is a lovely little stove, the only problem is the glass keeps cracking and at £35 a time it's getting beyond a joke, had the door replaced once by Hunter as they reckoned it could be twisted... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Please insure that the fixings on the glass are not over-tightened as this may cause it to crack. Start with a gentle fire and gradually increase the heat may help.
We have had a Hawk 4 for nearly 7 years and we love it, gives out brilliant heat, sometimes too much if that's possible, the only downfall is the glass keeps cracking, after numerous replacements... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Check that the fixings are no being over tightened and that the gasket between to glass and door is in tact, a shame about the glass problem when other aspects of the stove are so good.
I can't understand the negative reviews on this stove. I have had one for over 4 years now. I live in a 200 year old cottage (2 up - 2 down). The stove is in my lounge and is the principal heating... [ read more ]
Our main 24/7 stove is a Morso Squirrel in the main room of our home. We bought the Hunter Hawk 4 about four seasons ago for our sitting room that is mostly used evenings and weekends. I'm... [ read more ]
A perfect example is the application of poor quality screws used in the glass retaining clips, discovered when attempting to fit the replacement glass. The glass in the Hawk spontaneously cracked... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Disappointing comments but not sure of the age of the stove, screws often cause problems once the stove has been used so may be worth WD40 periodically and just undoing them and re-tightening to insure they are moving freely in future.