This Garett Wade Electric-Free Fan is Cheap and Eco

By: Zoriana Zwarycz - Published: May 23, 2011 • References: garrettwade and goodcleantech
This handy electric-free cooling fan uses heat from the stove to activate its electric-free motor. The blades from the large Fan can move up to 150 CFM, with speed varying depending on the stove's temperature. This electric-free cooling fan circulates the warm air through the air, and helps users rely on less fuel to generate heat while cooking.

Easy to use, this non-electric fan from Garret Wade can be placed on the stove top and runs at zero cost for as long as the stove stays hot. An environmentally friendly product that goes easy on your wallet and keeps you cool on hot days? Yes, please!