Wood burner fan - £24.99 instore @ ALDI
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Wood burner fan - £24.99 instore @ ALDI

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self propelled wood burner fan in Aldi, these sell for £50 on Amazon so they sell out fast
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    Good find, @misterminibus - heat
    amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1 £15.99

    (I actually bought this item for £9.99 from Amazon just over a week ago)



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    For the same money as Aldi one almost, three bladed Price:£69.99 Sale:£26.49 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Delivery DetailsYou Save:£43.50 (62%)

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    Shame they don't really do anything.

    Anyone know if they use the peltier to power other things? (lights etc?)
    Correct me if I’m wrong but surely it’s the movement of the hot air that turns the fan? Therefore completely pointless. If anything it will slow the movement of the hot air by taking energy away to turn the fans.
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    I seem to have success with mine, it pushes the heat upstairs
    Mine seems to work well, definitely helps move the heat
    Had one of these and was okay but only lasted one winter.
    I did bite the bullet and bought a more expensive 5 blade vulcan stove fan which is great at shifting the hot air around the house.
    Produces its own electricity via a thermo electric module to turn the fan---apparently!
    kaptin_d3 h, 2 m ago

    Correct me if I’m wrong but surely it’s the movement of the hot air that tu …Correct me if I’m wrong but surely it’s the movement of the hot air that turns the fan? Therefore completely pointless. If anything it will slow the movement of the hot air by taking energy away to turn the fans.


    Uses the heat from the stove conducting up the metal to generate a current that turns the fan. No idea on how good this one is but I like mine and it dies make a difference. Relatively subtle but does help to push the air around a large room
    We bought one last week. Who can tell... it's not laboratory conditions but it did seem to help get the heat circulating a bit when we've had it on.
    TeamMCS5 h, 8 m ago

    Shame they don't really do anything.


    Got 2 of them (not these ones, 4 blade Valiants) and they do make a big difference circulating the warm air out the room with the door open and into the rest of the house
    Edited by: "Frasr" 4th Feb
    gkiddell9 h, 31 m ago

    Produces its own electricity via a thermo electric module to turn the …Produces its own electricity via a thermo electric module to turn the fan---apparently!


    The infinity loop, now we're talking!
    I had one didn’t feel any difference in heat around the room and I dropped a feather in front of it onceand the feather just went straight down
    kaptin_d12 h, 50 m ago

    Correct me if I’m wrong but surely it’s the movement of the hot air that tu …Correct me if I’m wrong but surely it’s the movement of the hot air that turns the fan? Therefore completely pointless. If anything it will slow the movement of the hot air by taking energy away to turn the fans.



    You're wrong, the stove fans use thermoelectric power generation to convert the heat of the stove to movement. Like a turbo-charger in a car the benefits outweigh the cost overheads of it's operation.

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    These are most beneficial for people whose stoves sit in a fireplace (like ours), as the heat will "hang" above the stove in the fireplace. We have one of these fans and I have checked the temp above the fireplace on the fan side and non-fan side and the fan does get the heat out from above the stove.

    Not sure how much difference they would make to a freestanding stove.
    Already posted.

    Here
    mogsog5th Feb

    You're wrong, the stove fans use thermoelectric power generation to …You're wrong, the stove fans use thermoelectric power generation to convert the heat of the stove to movement. Like a turbo-charger in a car the benefits outweigh the cost overheads of it's operation. https://powerpractical.com/pages/how-do-thermoelectrics-work


    Well you learn something new everyday
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