Heat Powered Stove Fan for Wood / Log Burner - Eco Friendly.In Gold,Black or Silver.£36 Sold by L-Best stove accessary and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Heat Powered Stove Fan for Wood / Log Burner - Eco Friendly.In Gold,Black or Silver.£36 Sold by L-Best stove accessary and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 24th Sep 2016
I am aware that there's a cheaper one submitted on here from Aldi I think but if you can't get hold of one from there then Amazon are doing them for £36 in gold,black or silver.Lightning deal from £82

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It would (wood?) be far better to just use an ordinary fan to move the air in the room. These are a gimmick, like curved TVs

quidstretchy

It would (wood?) be far better to just use an ordinary fan to move the … It would (wood?) be far better to just use an ordinary fan to move the air in the room. These are a gimmick, like curved TVs


sorry, but that is nonsense. These are silent and use no power. They are also much better at moving the warm air around without causing noticeable air currents.

it seems to be £42.99 now on black and £43.99 in the other colours

rickla

sorry, but that is nonsense. These are silent and use no power. They are … sorry, but that is nonsense. These are silent and use no power. They are also much better at moving the warm air around without causing noticeable air currents.


Is that you Grandma? They don't "use no power". They are powered by the heat of the stove. you heated the stove by burning fuel. Oh, and they're "silent" because they are doing ****-all

Edited by: "quidstretchy" 24th Sep 2016

quidstretchy

Is that you Grandma? They don't "use no power". They are powered by … Is that you Grandma? They don't "use no power". They are powered by the heat of the stove. you heated the stove by burning fuel. Oh, and they're "silent" because they are doing ****-all



​Are you suggesting an ordinary fan (without stove) that you plug in is better at heating a room evenly, than a wood burning stove and a fan that simply uses the heat of the stove to 'power' it?

If I'm going to be using a stove over the colder months, and I don't already have a fan, why would I also pay to power a fan when this does the same for the cost of the fuel (that's already being used for heat).

I fail to see the logic, or efficiency in your comments.

quidstretchy

Is that you Grandma? They don't "use no power". They are powered by … Is that you Grandma? They don't "use no power". They are powered by the heat of the stove. you heated the stove by burning fuel. Oh, and they're "silent" because they are doing ****-all


you are quite right - the power they use will reduce the heat output from the stove, and the fact that they are silent will mean that there are no gusts of hot air. I will get my electric fan out as soon as the weather gets cold.

quidstretchy

It would (wood?) be far better to just use an ordinary fan to move the … It would (wood?) be far better to just use an ordinary fan to move the air in the room. These are a gimmick, like curved TVs



these move hot air from the stove out into the room. I'd like to see you stand a normal electric fan on top of a log burner. I've never heard such nonsense.

rickla

you are quite right - the power they use will reduce the heat output from … you are quite right - the power they use will reduce the heat output from the stove, and the fact that they are silent will mean that there are no gusts of hot air. I will get my electric fan out as soon as the weather gets cold.



Utter rubbish. You have no idea what you're talking about.

@ Murgatr0yd - if you could have been bothered to read the thread properly you would have noticed that my comment was sarcastic - or meant to be.

rickla

@ Murgatr0yd - if you could have been bothered to read the thread … @ Murgatr0yd - if you could have been bothered to read the thread properly you would have noticed that my comment was sarcastic - or meant to be.



Oh, and I thought you were just some prat. Silly me.
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