Hunter Herald 5 ECO Slimline


Fuel Type: Wood


Hunter Herald 5 ECO Slimline. Featuring a reduced depth for modern hearth settings.

The Hunter Herald 5 ECO Slimline has a proven heritage. It’s been a popular choice in UK homes for many years. This latest version has a new exterior design and many internal improvements. Slimline refers to the depth of this stove. It has a reduced depth which means it can fit into many hearths.
With its classic styling, the Hunter Herald 5 ECO Slimline looks at home in a wide range of interior settings. The large door offers an excellent view of the flames within. Hidden door hinges add to the clean design. Detailing like the curved top door and bevelled trim match the curved legs. The legs raise the stove from floor level or if preferred, the Herald can sit on a bench.
This latest version of the Hunter Herald 5 ECO Slimline has an enviable efficiency. Designed to be both ECO Design 2022 compliant and DEFRA approved, it is 78% efficient.
You can expect an output range of between 4 – 6.5KW. The nominal heat output to room is 4.9KW. This makes it ideal for a small to medium sized room.
Controlling the stove couldn’t be easier. A simple slider located under the plinth, slides to adjust the output of heat. It has a steady and attractive flame pattern and air wash which helps keep the glass clean.
The Herald also benefits from a riddling grate and ash pan to remove ash when cold.
If you need a Herald with a smaller footprint The Hunter Herald 4 ECO is an excellent alternative. The Hunter Herald 5 offers similar proportions but with a deeper firebox.
View the full range of Hunter Stoves here.


Hunter Herald 5 ECO Slimline in room setting

  • Fuel: Wood
  • Output: Nominal 4.9Kw
  • Energy Rating: A
  • Flue Size: 125mm (5″)
  • Flue Options: Top or Rear
  • Dimensions: W 575mm x H 567mm (Flat Top) x D 358mm
  • Weight: 104Kg
  • Construction: Steel Body / Cast Iron Door
  • Airwash: Yes
  • Approved for Smoke-Free Zones: Yes
  • Efficiency: 76%
  • Max Log Length: 400mm (16″)

Please note. Video shows the Herald 5 ECO – not the Slimline version.

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