Anyone who has a wood-burning stove, for example, knows the problem – and the solution: A wood-burning stove gets very hot very quickly. However, it takes a relatively long time before the temperature is optimally distributed in the room. Stove fans help here to distribute the warm air quickly. You can proceed in a similar way with a classic heating system.
The SpeedComfort fan heater, for example, works with three fans that are attached to a rail. The blower is attached to the heater from below with a magnetic holder. The fans are operated by electricity, but the consumption is said to be only 0.55 watts.
The fan heater is suitable for common radiators and is easy to install. Once the fan is installed, it works with a temperature sensor. At over 35 degrees, the SpeedComfort fan heater switches on automatically and stops the blower at under 25 degrees.
The company promises that you can save up to 22 percent on your heating costs thanks to the better heat distribution through the fan heater and that the CO2 emissions are reduced through intelligent heating.
Since the SpeedComfort fan heater was not tested by our test team, our assessment is based on the customer ratings of buyers on Amazon. The customer was rated more than 150 times with an average of 4.2 out of 5 stars. The buyers were particularly impressed by the increased feeling of warmth and the quiet fan. Others criticize the thermostat switch, which does not always work reliably.