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Old 04-08-2018, 01:49 PM   #71
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I got 2 of them fans they have been good for my use so far, never had any battery's used in mine just 12 volt cords. Something other wise computer fans are 12 v I have a few of them used for that, I mounted a few with al. and Velcro over window over sink to suck out cooking smell.
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You might be thinking about the Fan-Tastic Box Fan.
And it's called "Endless Breeze." We have one and it works very, very well. OF course, it should (it's made by Fan-tastic, and it's a bit pricey).
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And it's called "Endless Breeze." We have one and it works very, very well. OF course, it should (it's made by Fan-tastic, and it's a bit pricey).


We find that our Fantastic vent fan drains the battery quickly. How is it with the Endless Breeze?


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And it's called "Endless Breeze." We have one and it works very, very well. OF course, it should (it's made by Fan-tastic, and it's a bit pricey).
I have the same fan; the stand folds for more compact storage. I also added a 12V exterior outlet and have about a 15 ft 12V extension cord so we can use it on a campsite table on low - a light breeze does wonders to keep the mosquitoes away.
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our hot water tank and furnace use propane and 12, fridge works 110v, 12v, and propane but 12v only for driving from site to site and propane would blow out and cord would be to long lol. They did have talk of a 12v Air unit that would have its own battery available but have not heard it is out of proto type to production; would like this item.
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