VANQUISH 250

€75. Plus Free Stove thermometerFree Delivery by Courier.

The Vanquish 250 is our deluxe heat powered stove fan.

The fan is designed to circulate the warm air created by your stove into larger than average sized rooms. Which means you will no longer be fighting over the arm chair next to the fireplace! Our Stove Fans are also self-powered, using the heat from the stove to generate power so no batteries or mains power are needed.

Why the Vanquish?

The Vanquish 250 has unrivaled output, pushing out up to 90% greater airflow than other designs. The blade design also makes it especially suited to larger rooms. The quiet, cool running motor provides superior quality and maximizes fuel efficiency.

The Design

The stove fan is the tallest fan in our range, this, combined will the slender aerodynamically designed blades gives it the optimum air movement, pushing out more warm air into your room.

  • Specifications
  • Additional information
  • Up to 90% greater airflow than other designs
  • Easy starting at 50°C (120°F)
  • No running costs – simply place on a stove & the fan uses the heat to operate
  • Maximum operating temperature 340°C (640°F)
  • Optimum operating temperature range 80-250°C (175 – 480°F)
  • Inbuilt protection system to stop the fan overheating
  • Increased fuel efficiency
  • 24 months materials & workmanship guarantee
  • Designed & engineered in the UK
  • Fully CE compliant
  • Height (including blade): 250mm
    Width (including blade): 230mm
    Base plate width: 140mm
    Base plate depth: 76mm
    Weight: 700g
Features

2 Year Warranty, Free Delivery

To all our Customers

Covid Notice: As an essential service our Nenagh shop is open by appointment please call 067 42709 or email sales@ryanstoves. Our shop in the Parkway Shopping Center is open from 09:30 - 05:30 Monday to Saturday. If you are interested in getting a quote for a stove, we have set up an online Inquiry Form (below) where you can send us a picture of your fireplace and your house from the outside there-by reducing the amount of social contact.