The 7 Best Heat Powered Stove Fans

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This wiki has been updated 19 times since it was first published in November of 2018. Get the most out of your wood, pellet or gas stove with a heat-powered fan. This clever invention boosts your room's comfort level by circulating warm air throughout the space. Here we rate them by design, durability, and price, so one of these models is certain to meet your needs. Remember to watch children closely around these, since they don’t have any coverings to protect fingers. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Ecofan UltrAir

2. Galafire N429

3. Ecofan 100cfm

Editor's Notes

January 29, 2021:

This time around we found it necessary to delist several selections due to their lack of availability. However, our remaining options should still cover most users needs and budgets. For instance, those who are looking for a more affordable solution may want to consider the Sonyabecca SF-334-US or the Galafire N429, while users who need the most airflow they can get can check out more robust selections like the Ecofan UltrAir and the Ecofan BelAir. The CoutureBridal Silent Fan was also added since it's one of the few models that's designed to be mounted to a flue pipe, which may be preferable for those who have limited space on top of their stove or are worried about accidentally knocking their fan over.

December 03, 2018:

The industry-leading company Caframo has been producing the Ecofan for 20 years, and these models are proven to be sturdy and perform well. We included three of them as well as other, sometimes more affordable options that also get the job done well. Always use this product with caution as the blades rotate quickly and are completely exposed.

4. Ecofan BelAir

5. Voda 4-Blade

6. Sonyabecca SF-334-US

7. CoutureBridal Silent Fan

Brendon Hannaford
Last updated by Brendon Hannaford

After graduating from UC Santa Cruz in 2019 with a bachelors in Literature and Creative Writing, Brendon Hannaford moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in comedy and television. Beyond writing, he’s always had a passionate interest in the clever engineering found in consumer electronics and machinery, with an eclectic interest that spans diverse categories such as photography equipment, musical instruments, and automotive technology. When not writing and researching for Ezvid Wiki, Brendon spends his time performing sketch comedy and tinkering with his motorcycle.

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