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Workzone Stove Fan £15.99 @ Aldi (£3 P&P)
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Workzone Stove Fan £15.99 @ Aldi (£3 P&P)

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Posted 30th Nov 2019

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£15.99 +£3 delivery if less than £20
Cheap price I think! No mention of warranty info on Aldi product page but I think the Workzone stuff is usually 3 years?

This Stove Fan quickly and quietly disperses heat around the room.

  • Colour:

    Black
  • Dimensions:

    23 x 21 x 11cm
  • Material:

    Aluminium, Steel
  • Power Source:

    Peltier Element
  • Product Type:

    Kitchen Accessories
  • Weight:

    600g (approx.)


With an optimal working temperature of 230-650F, this Stove Fan is designed to be used on the top of a freestanding wood stove. It helps to cut energy costs by dispersing heat around the room, using your stove's own heat as its energy source. This maximises the efficiency of your stove so the room is warmer and means you use less fuel.




Cleaning Instructions
Wipe clean with dry cloth
Contents
  • 1 x Stove fan
  • 1 x Instruction booklet

Features
  • Heat powered thermoelectric module
  • Bi metal strip on item base tilts fan for even heat distribution
  • Designed for freestanding woodstoves with surface temperature between 400-650°F
  • Eco friendly with no running costs
  • Silent in operation
  • Automatically starts and runs faster as the temperature increases
  • Steel hanging hook on top of item

Suitable For
Wood burning stoves only
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16 Comments
£15.99 + £3 = £18.99....
I bought one of these a couple of years ago. Not the best, I wouldn’t bother.
SkullMunky30/11/2019 16:06

I bought one of these a couple of years ago. Not the best, I wouldn’t b …I bought one of these a couple of years ago. Not the best, I wouldn’t bother.


I bought one of these last year, works perfectly. Maybe you got a duff one
Maybe so. I just to the side of the stove now and blow with my mouth.
Probably just as good as similar stove fans selling for 100 quid or so in the stove shops.
Doesn't rotate particularly fast, maybe a few hundred rpm if your stove top is red hot.
Tried pointing an electric cooling fan at my woodburner and made quite a boost to the amount of heat coming off into the room.
More than happy with ours. I'm sure these were twenty odd quid last year.
SkullMunky30/11/2019 16:06

I bought one of these a couple of years ago. Not the best, I wouldn’t b …I bought one of these a couple of years ago. Not the best, I wouldn’t bother.


i agree, i have two and they have both started making noises and need quite a few adjustments to them quite again
How does it work? Motion from heat, it's witchcraft!!! Drink!
RO4CHY30/11/2019 19:39

How does it work? Motion from heat, it's witchcraft!!! Drink!


Its all smoke and mirrors.

That and a bit of conductivity.
SkullMunky30/11/2019 16:06

I bought one of these a couple of years ago. Not the best, I wouldn’t b …I bought one of these a couple of years ago. Not the best, I wouldn’t bother.


Dkr196630/11/2019 16:19

I bought one of these last year, works perfectly. Maybe you got a duff one


blootoon76330/11/2019 19:18

i agree, i have two and they have both started making noises and need …i agree, i have two and they have both started making noises and need quite a few adjustments to them quite again


I too bought one a year or two ago and works fine. Pretty much silent and distributes heat effectively. Perhaps some are getting damaged during production/transit.
Murgatr0yd30/11/2019 23:01

I too bought one a year or two ago and works fine. Pretty much silent and …I too bought one a year or two ago and works fine. Pretty much silent and distributes heat effectively. Perhaps some are getting damaged during production/transit.


Both of mine developed wear in the motor shaft resulting in the blades striking the housing so I had to bend the blades a little so they keep clear
kipster30/11/2019 21:03

Its all smoke and mirrors. That and a bit of conductivity.


More likely convection than conduction
mikeey8401/12/2019 08:45

More likely convection than conduction


No its definitely conduction.

The heat on the base generates a small current that drives a motor.
kipster01/12/2019 09:11

No its definitely conduction.The heat on the base generates a small … No its definitely conduction.The heat on the base generates a small current that drives a motor.


Fair enough, didn't realise there was a motor.
It's a bi-metallic strip I think.
energy80s01/12/2019 17:18

It's a bi-metallic strip I think.



No, it's a Peltier heat pump in reverse.

If you want these to last any time you should not put them on the stove while it's warming up, or there may be insufficient heat gradient to start the motor, resulting in the whole thing heating up too much and being destroyed.
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