Hunter Hawk 3 - 4.2kw Wood Burning Stove
Hunter Hawk 3 - 4.2kw Wood Burning Stove
Hunter Hawk 3 - 4.2kw Wood Burning Stove Hunter Hawk 3 - 4.2kw Wood Burning Stove

Hunter Hawk 3 - 4.2kw Wood Burning Stove

Starting at: £565.83 ex. VAT

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Product Description

The Hunter Hawk 3 4.2kw is a wood burning stove manufactured using high quality cast iron and with a traditional design. This model of stove has a high efficiency rating of 80.5%.

All Hunter stoves come with a 1 year warranty period. As a rough guide, this stove's output is suitable for a room measuring in the region of 16ft (L) X 16ft (W) X 8ft (H) non-open plan with average insulation properties.

Please note, this is not a multifuel stove.

This stove model's benefits include:

  • Advanced air wash system to assist in maintaining the glass window clear of the build up of soot through the use of specially placed vents to draw in air from the outside washing over the front of the glass
  • The option for a rear or top flue outlet


  • Style: Traditional
  • Fuel: Wood Only
  • Construction: Cast Iron
  • Output (kW): 4.20
  • External Height: 507
  • External Width: 346
  • External Depth: 342
  • Efficiency (%): 80.5
  • Warranty: 1 year(s)
  • Outlet Diameter (mm): 127
  • Outlet Diameter (inches): 5
  • Primary Air: Yes
  • Secondary Air: Yes
  • Weight (kg): 62.0
  • Distance rear to center of top outlet (mm): 87
  • Distance floor to center of rear outlet (mm): 413
  • Outlet Location: Top/Rear


The following is the standard warranty as published by Hunter Stoves. However as Stoves-Etc is an Internet Supplier, Hunter only provides a 1-year guarantee (see notes in 'capitals' below).

“Your appliance must have been installed by an appropriately qualified engineer (HETAS or Gas-Safe in the UK) in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and in compliance of any relevant national or local building regulations. The appliance will need to be registered within two months of purchase and the commissioning and installation documentation completed (these need to be kept by the end user).

The appliance must be serviced within 12 months of the installation date for the second year of the standard warranty to be valid, and within every 12-month anniversary thereafter to maintain the validity and coverage of any extended warranty. For this purpose, the installation and user instructions, supplied with the appliance, makes a provision for receipts and annual services to be recorded. This is needed in the event of a claim during the warranty period. Only genuine Hunter Stoves spare parts or consumables can be used in the servicing and maintenance of the appliance during any standard or extended warranty period. These can be sourced from your authorised supplier (Stoves-Etc, Braintree) or through

Any problems or issues giving rise to any claim under the standard or extended warranty must be submitted to the authorised Hunter Stoves Group retailer from whom you originally purchased the appliance. Hunter Stoves Group will then offer appropriate support and help through your original authorised supplier to solve any issues. The standard or extended warranty option is not transferable. It is solely for the benefit of the original purchaser of the appliance. For this purpose please retain the proof of purchase.

Warranty exclusions

No warranty period is extended to naturally-wearing replaceable consumables and spare parts within the appliance. Such parts include, but are not limited to:

Glass and rope/ceramic seals, Fire bricks, Baffles/Throat plates, Log retainers, grate supports & catch bars, Grate parts, Ash-pans, Clip-in Boilers. Also, the paint or surface covering of the appliance - damage to the paint surface caused by the appliance being stored in a damp and cold environment is not covered on the warranty (in the course of the initial firings of the appliance the paint or enamel surface may change colour - this is considered to be normal and as such is therefore not covered by the warranty. In addition, damaged caused by over firing, resulting in cracking, bubbling or discolouration to the paint or enamelled surface finish is not covered by the warranty.

Warranty limitations

Damage to the appliance due to specific local conditions caused by draft or chimney defects. Damage resulting from installation and use where installation is not in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions or local building and/or safety regulations. Damage or premature wear caused by burning inappropriate fuels such as Bituminous coal, “Petro-Coke” or any other Petroleum based coals. Please visit the HETAS website,, for a full list of approved fuels which are covered by the warranty. Fuels outside of this list are not covered by the warranty. Damage caused by burning material with high creosote content or any other painted/treated timber.

Consequential loss to associated non-Hunter Stoves Group products is not covered under the warranty. Consequential loss relating to decorations, soft furnishings or other household assets is not covered under the warranty. Cost associated with the removal and re-installation of an appliance subject to a warranty claim. Hunter Stoves Group total liability will only extend to the total purchase price paid for the goods in any warranty claim. Hunter Stoves Group reserve the right to replace, repair or refund to value of goods purchased.


This standard/extended warranty applies to purchases of Hunter Stoves within the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Purchases in all other countries are subject to the warranty conditions specified by the distributer in those markets.”

To register the warranty please click on the following link:

Hunter Stoves website – warranty registration


Hunter Stoves was originally founded in 1970 in the South West of England, and is widely thought to be the first UK-based wood stove manufacturer; initially producing steel stoves with built-in boilers to run small and medium sized central heating systems. In 2003, Hunter Stoves bought the Parkray brand and moved its operations to the Exeter factory, continuing to develop both the Parkray and Hunter brands.

In 2008, Hunter Stoves Ltd bought a site in Camelford, Cornwall, and initially re-located the Research and Development department there, but it now incorporates the manufacturing of the stoves as well. In 2015 they rebranded as the Hunter Stoves Group, bringing all stove brands under the Hunter Stoves Group umbrella, including Herald, HS Gas, Di Lusso, Avalon, Cleanburn, Eco-ideal and Parkray brands. There are over 200 different designs of multifuel and wood stoves across the brands. The company employs over 55 people and distributes to most western European countries, South Africa, New Zealand and Japan.




Hunter Hawk 3 - 4.2kw Wood Burning Stove

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Delivery Information

Cost of Delivery

To find out the cost of delivery, please add the item(s) required to the Basket and then proceed to checkout. At this point you will be able to obtain a quote by entering your postcode in the appropriate section. Delivery Costs will depend on the product(s) being purchased and the location of the customer. There is no need to create an account to obtain a quote.

There are 4 delivery methods:

Royal Mail – this is used for small items with delivery expected to take no more than 3 to 5 days (excluding Sunday).

My Hermes – this is used for large items with delivery expected to take between 3 to 5 days.

DPD – this service is used for customers who have selected a Next Day Delivery service. If ordering before 2.00pm items will arrive the next day. If ordering after 2.00pm items will arrive two days after ordering.

PALLEX NETWORK – Pallet deliveries for stoves and large quantity orders


Stoves are generally delivered on a pallet and will arrive between 2 to 3 days after dispatch. Note, stoves not in stock or hand crafted may incur a delay before dispatch – please check with one of our sales advisors for an anticipated delivery schedule.
Customers are notified by email when goods have been dispatched.

Stoves are delivered to customers’ property with a vehicle with an attached tail-lift for ease of removal. However, due to the weight of some stoves, it is asked that on arrival a customer is able to assist with the transport of the stove into the property. Two person deliveries can be obtained in some instances, although normally at an additional cost.

Stoves sent on a 'signed for service', do require customers to be at home to take collection. Sorry, but additional charges can apply for missed deliveries.

Arrival of Goods

On arrival of the goods ordered we advise customers check the contents of any box for damage during transit prior to signing for the goods. Any obvious damage found, sign for as ‘damaged’; failure to do so can result in the invalidation of delivery insurance (this allows for the refund of delivery costs to the property and the return of the goods to the company for replacement).

Difficulties with Delivery

Please contact us by email or telephone if the property is often difficult for couriers to find, if access to the property is restricted in some way, if the driveway is not level or of a material which makes it difficult to transport goods using lifting equipment.

Exact Delivery Times

As with all companies using couriers, it is often not possible to give an exact delivery date or time, although most items can be tracked by customers. If you would like to request a specific date for delivery, feel free to contact us, although we are unable to provide a guarantee that it will arrive on that date. We will always do our best.