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VonHaus 4 Blade Stove Fan – Heat Powered Fan for Wood/Log Burners or Fireplace - Sold by DOMU UK / FBA - £19.99 Prime (+£4.49 NP)
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VonHaus 4 Blade Stove Fan – Heat Powered Fan for Wood/Log Burners or Fireplace - Sold by DOMU UK / FBA - £19.99 Prime (+£4.49 NP)

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Posted 2nd Feb

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lowest amazon price for this. Looks like a neat idea!

  • HEAT POWERED STOVE FAN – economically increases the efficiency of your freestanding stove oven or wood/log burner to generate warmth
  • ECO-FRIENDLY & SELF-POWERED - a thermoelectric module acts as a small generator to power the fan's motor. No batteries or electricity required
  • OPERATES AUTOMATICALLY BETWEEN 50 - 350°C – self-regulating speed according to the temperature in the room – monitor efficiency using temp gauge included. Circulates 150 - 190 CFM
  • QUIET OPERATION: compact size, no installation required. Black steel construction with four large blades and carry handle. Dimensions: 15 x 9.5 x 22.5cm
  • Manufacturer 2 Year Warranty Included
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Ordered 2
Useless fans, from amazon reviews
I have one of these fans might of been from Aldi though. You don't notice them working that well. But if you place them at the back of the burner I think they work better... I think overall for £20 it's worth it. You'll have it for years so even if it does only work a little bit. You'll save it on heating
I got this after my Aldi one broke - @ItsFrazer i agree didn't ever feel like it.did much. This one is far superior IMO. Can actually feel the air movement.
We had one from Aldi and it broke so might try one of these instead, thank you.
I have one of these............they look well spinning on top of the stove. As to actually shifting hot air its minimal as blades are very small, nothing like a normal room fan

worth £20 I suppose but no more
Edited by: "cullies" 2nd Feb
Had one a couple of years ago they are a gimmick and don't work, save your money and put it towards something useful like logs !
Highly recommend one of these. Circulates the air and regulates the temperature of your stove.
Have to agree with most comments here. I have to two fan version and struggle to feel any air movement. When mine breaks, I won't replace.
Edited by: "stealth00" 3rd Feb
cullies02/02/2020 08:48

I have one of these............they look well spinning on top of the …I have one of these............they look well spinning on top of the stove. As to actually shifting hot air its minimal as blades are very small, nothing like a normal room fanworth £20 I suppose but no more


Dibnah!
Speaking of 'ol Fred, he'd know how to create a efficient alternative to this. RIP lad
Yes I think Fred Dibnah would throw this in the bin

Doesn't really work.....just looks good
Edited by: "cullies" 2nd Feb
Nothing special about this as can be got on Ebay and free postage fot the same price.
My father in law recently bought one of the Von Haus ones and I already have an Aldi Workzone one. The Aldi one is better. The VH seems to spin at a lesser rate for a given heat.

The Aldi one is currently available at £15.99 free delivery if you top the order to £20
aldi.co.uk/wor….ds

They wrok better if the stove is recessed into a chimney breast, so the heat concentrated and pushed out into the room.
Edited by: "airbus330" 2nd Feb
I've got this model and it works really well, a lot better than another make I bought for £70
I bought this last time it was on offer. In our particular install I have to say I'm amazed by the difference this makes. Our chimney is quite deep and (having placed this on the back of our stove) I can definitely confirm they make a huge difference. Hot.
Having read through all of the above comments it’s hard to work out whether this fan is actually any good. Some say it is practically useless and wouldn’t bother replacing if theirs broke whilst a few say it works really well.
Edited by: "cheekster" 3rd Feb
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