With the latest technology and a robust construction, the Coleman HyperFlame FyreKnight camping stove has revolutionized camp cooking with a new burner design and WindBlock pot support that opens up space for larger pots.
Versatile cooking and easy cleaning thanks to removable pan supports and the Coleman SwapTop system that enables a combination of cooking surfaces to be used on the stove at the same time.
A tough high performance design with heavy duty latch and pivoting handle shock absorbing corner bumpers, and independently adjustable flame control with a total output of 24,000 BTU’s, the FyreKnight is made to deliver a reliable cooking solution wherever you set up camp.
I am very much enjoying this stove apart from one thing. The fast boil feature works extremely well but it also makes it hard to regulate when you want to do just normal cooking. I believe if this stove had one fast burner and one normal it would be a much more useable item.
It's definitely built around high temperatures and fast boiling Kevin. If gourmet cooking is your thing then you may find the simmer control on the Hyperflame stoves a little difficult to manage. I hope it still suits your needs, thanks for the feedback. ~ Ben.
Only had a chance to test in the backyard so far. Boiled our Ultralite kettle - boiled very quickly. Igniter fired first time
This is a super stove so quick we love it only problem is the left Piezo igniter doesn't work we have to use a match
Works really well. Happy with the simmer. Easy to clean.
The "Gladiator" with its hyper-masculine branding came wrapped in three layers of plastic, foam and a box... Surely such a tough product doesn't need to be so wasteful with packaging?
very hot flame,can be a bit fiddly to set on low &similar to other r/v problem with left piezo igniter not reliable
Heats up your cooking really quickly
Very good unit - however I wish I had bought a low pressure unit.
The burners cook very well with plenty of heat. The design is fantastic and packs away well. Some stains are hard to remove but thats no big deal.
The main issue is the igniter is very hit and miss. Occasionally it works but more times than not it doesn't.
Besides this issue highly recommended.
We have used the stove for a few trips now and everything works great and there is plenty of heat. Very easy to use. Highly recommended.
Reporting live from somewhere outside Coolgardie, WA after possibly the fastest boil in history I am having my coffee in no time. Great little light stove in its own carry box. First time buying such a stove for camping, and certainly don't regret it. Has a bit of difficulty on lower settings which has the gas not regulating through the stove so well but still cooked great on these low settings.
Do I need any additional fittings as well?
Unfortunately, none of our stoves are really compatible with the bayonet fitting of a caravan and adaptors mean that it would be double regulated resulting in poor efficiency and heating. Perhaps you could ask caravan stores.
And what other connection will it need to connect to 9kg lpg? Thanks
The Coleman Hyperflame FyreKnight Stove hose length is 1.5m. To connect the stove to a 9kg POL fitting gas bottle, you'll require a 3/8" to POL adapter which you can find here.
Hi. Sorry if this sounds silly, but I am assuming to use a 3/8 LPG gas bottle you just connect the included hose to the regulator which then sits in the stove? That's the only way the fittings go together but just wanted to check I don't need any extra parts. The instructions don't specify. Thanks.
You won't need to purchase any extra parts to use this stove with a 3/8" fitted bottle, the way it works it you connect the regulator to the stove, then you attach the hose to the regulator, and then attach the hose to the gas bottle.
It can be a little confusing, as the Coleman stoves are a bit different to other brands - I hope that made sense, do let us know if you have any other questions.
What would happen if it got rained on? Would it be ok or ruined?
We wouldn’t recommend leaving your stove out in the rain, it would likely still be usable, but this stove is not meant to be soaked in water repeatedly so it would rust eventually.
We’d suggest that you close the lid of the stove and store it away, or alternatively leave it under some shelter if it’s going to rain overnight.
I assume the 3/8 hose and fittings connect to the Swap n Go gas bottles
I’ve looked into this for you, and unfortunately the hose for the Hyperflame isn't sold separately.
Swap’n’go bottles use a POL fitting generally (but you should double check just in case) so if that is the case you may need an adaptor like this one here.
Hi, Is there a stand that's suitable for this stove?
I've just checked with the display models in store, and I've found that the best fit (from our range) for the HyperFlame FyreKnight Camping Stove is the Zempire Stove Stand, which you can check out online here. It's not going to be ideal as it is slightly too small but unfortunately Coleman don't make a compatible one for the Hyperflame.
Can you buy a stand for this stove ? Or is there another brand that it would fit in?
Hi Karen, we don't have a stove stand specifically designed for this stove unfortunately! We do stock the Zempire Stove Stand, but it's a touch on the small side - you could fit this Coleman stove on top but it would sit only on the four corners, so wouldn't really have a lot of support. There may be others on the market that are bigger and would be a better fit!
When the lid is open for cooking, does something stop the top/rear wind shield from closing due to wind?
It sure does - the HypoerFlame FyreKnight has a lid support mechanism on one side that folds out to keep the top open when you're cooking.
when connected to the companion gas bottle the gas leaks . when you place your finger over the hole on the connection the gas works better
I'm sorry to hear that you're having trouble with your stove! We'd like to have a chat with you to get a bit more information so we can work out what's going on here, could you please give us a call on 1300 914 007 - or e-mail us your details at email@example.com and we'll be in touch.
Would you recommend the fyreknight or the fyrecadet for a family of 4? Also thinking of getting the hot plate too, does it work just as well with the hot plate on it ?
I'd say that either stove is going to be a good option for a family of four. the HyperFlame FyreKnight is slightly more powerful at 12000 BTU per burner versus 11000 BTU for the FyreCadet, but in practice, there isn’t much of a difference so you could choose either one.
The hot plate works the same as a frying pan, so it won't make the stove less effective. The only difference is that it will give you the space to cook lots of things at once - so it's great for a barbeque!
Can you please give me a price
I misspoke in the previous response, so I do apologise about that David.
I've just spoken with the Coleman rep, and he has confirmed for me that despite the fact despite the fact that the box says that there is a bag available, it's only compatible with their Eventemp stove. I also tried it for myself in store, and I couldn't get it to fit either.
He did mention that they were planning on bringing out a Hyperflame carry bag very soon, so that should be available in the coming months.
I do apologise for the confusion there, if you need a bag sooner rather than later, the Oztrail 3 Burner Stove Bag is a good fit.
What is needed with this stove to attach a 9 kg bottle safety? Fittings and regulater?
G'day Maysa - Nice and easy. The stove comes with a 3/8" BSP hose. You just need a 3/8" to POL adapter to screw into your 9kg gas bottle. Snowys code: 20610. You can also get a right angle style adapter which, depending on your set up, might be more convenient. Snowys Code: 20609. Hope that helps. Cheers, Paul
I'm looking for s camping stove ere I can turn it down to a simmer, and also want something that's not going to chew hey the gas. At present we have a basic gas mate 2 burner stove, its great on gas but I can't turn it down without the flame going out. Thanks
Hi Kylie. Great question. Portable gas stoves are notorious for blowing out in wind. The HyperFlame FyreKnight is a great unit though, with superior burners that should stay alight with a slight breeze and turn down to a simmer, however the best option is to protect the stove from wind with a Wind Shield which we have in store. This will help prevent your flame from going out when you need it most. Best to check the stove reguarly to make sure that the flame is still burning to avoid disappointing your hungry family at dinner time :)
Can I run this from an external bayonet fitting on my van please? And do I need any extra adapters & leads to those that come with unit? Thanks.
Unfortunately this won't work Jen as the gas supply from your van is most likely already regulated. The regulator on a Hyperflame stove is a separate device unique to Coleman, it provides connectivity between the hose and stove and is required no matter which type of gas supply you use, which means you would have two regulators in the system. On top of this, the pressure to which the gas supply in your van is adjusted is probably not to the requirements of the Hyperflame stove. The only stove we have that is suitable for connection to a bayonet system on a van is the Companion Wok burner (item #20871 on our website) The gas pressure requirements of this stove are similar to a regulated supply on a caravan, and with the purchase of a suitable gas hose can be connected directly to a bayonet fitting.
G’day Andrew, Coleman don’t make their own carry bags for their stoves, but I’ve checked myself and the Oztrail 3 Burner Stove Bag fits the Coleman HyperFlame FyreKnight Stove perfectly. You can find this bag by searching this code on our website - 40611.
I will be using this with a 4.5kg gas bottle. I noticed in store today it doesn't come with a regulator. Does it need one?
G’day Rob, the Coleman HyperFlame FyreKnight does come with a Coleman specific regulator and hose which is compatible on its own with disposable LPG bottles and 3/8 fittings. If the bottle you are using has a POL fitting, you’ll need an adaptor such as this one from Primus (Snowys code: 20610).
Do you stock the flat hot plate for this model? Whole or half? What is the price and availability? Do you stock a carry bag for this? How much and what is the availability?
Hi there Heidi, we do stock the half grill plate for this model which you can find on our website through this code (Snowys code: 44745). I’ve had a go of it myself, and the Oztrail 3 Burner Stove & BBQ Plate Bag (Snowys code: 40611) fits the Coleman Hyperflame stove with room to spare so that would be your best bet.
Is this a high or low pressure stove? i.e. does it require a regulator? Thanks
Would 20609 be the correct fitting to connect this to a 9kg BBQ bottle? Thanks
Hi - Wondering about the differences between the FyreKnight and the FyreCadet, thanks.
Hi Ben, Can this run off the Coleman small green propane cylinders?
It does Lord Farquaad, which makes easier to transport via dragon or donkey. The Hyperflame stoves also come with a hose for attachment to a 3/8" BSP gas bottle which might be handy back at the swamp.
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