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Fan-Tastic 01100WH Endless Breeze Stand alone Fan

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Fan-Tastic 01100WH Endless Breeze Stand alone Fan + RoadPro RP-203EC 12V 12' Extension Cord with Cigarette Lighter Plug + Roadpro 12V Battery Clip-On and Cigarette Lighter Adapter
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandFan-Tastic Vent
Item Weight3.8 pounds
Product Dimensions3.8 x 14.5 x 15.2 inches
Item model number01100WH
Manufacturer Part Number01100WH
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000AY2Z6
Best Sellers Rank #2,777 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 1, 2004
  
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Product Description

Endless Breeze Light weight, compact, high air volume, low amp draw. 920 CFM. Stand alone Fan. (Now with a clear fan blade in 2014).

Customer Reviews

Very quiet as well.
Robert C Jr
Will make a great fan for warm weather tent camping which is my intended use.
D. Freeman
This fan moves a lot of air, VERY EFFICIENT!
Rey

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342 of 359 people found the following review helpful By Steven W. Smith on April 17, 2011
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The Fan Tastic Vent Corp 01100WH Endless Breeze 12V Volt Fan is an acceptably good product and would probably rate a 4/5 on value... I kinda like it but it's a tad bit expensive.

What you don't know is its power draw and that's a big deal to those of us living inside battery constraints. I have measured it and I'll share:

low: 15 Watts or 1.25 amps @ 12 VDC
medium: 27 Watts or 2.25 amps
high: 35 Watts or close to 3 amps

But... Fan-Tastic should have published that! The fact that *I* had to document their product cost 'em a star!
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99 of 106 people found the following review helpful By D. Freeman on February 14, 2008
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As the majority of other reviewers say, this fan moves an amazing amount of air. Current draw is around 1 amp, 1.5 amps, and 2.6 amps for the 3 speeds. Doubt I'll ever need to use the highest setting, it's that good at creating a breeze.

Can't speak for durability yet. Everything is plastic so I wouldn't let it get banged around or fall. The feet do look a little flimsy so I intend to fill the hollow spots in with epoxy. They'll break off the housing before the feet themselves will bust. OTOH, because it's all plastic, it's pretty light.

Will make a great fan for warm weather tent camping which is my intended use.
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78 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Davide on September 14, 2010
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Well, you can't have everything. I really reviewed the reviews of this product here on Amazon before I decided to purchase this fan. Yes I read all about the complaints about the "chintzy" feet, and the apparent "cheapness" of the construction. I had to balance these negatives against what other reviewers on other websites chortled about "The fan was w-a-y out of warranty when the fan motor quit and you know what, they sent me a new one at no charge". Others chimed in with similar claims of exceptional customer service.

Then there was the noise issue. Everyone seems to think this fan is exceptionally quiet for the amount of air that it moves. The fan is impressively quiet but not silent on even the lowest setting and I expected that.

Many automotive type fans are horribly noisey; they eat battery power like a wolf eats rabbits, and this fan does neither. It can safely be powered by an automobile battery, fully charged in good condition for a full 12 hours and not affect the battery's ability to start the car. I would not recommend discharging an automotive battery regularly like this, but it may demonstrate that an RV battery would have power to spare powering this fan, even for a lengthy overnight stop.

How much air is "That Much Air?". I placed the fan four feet from my face on an 85F day at 30% humidity. On low I felt the fan on my face, but at that temp I switched to medium and liked that amount of airflow substantially better. The high setting surely didn't blow my hair straight back, but then again my hair is a quarter inch in length. I furrowed my eyebrows and decided that "high" really didn't add that much to my comfort. Picky picky yes/no?
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80 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Verley J. Spivey on November 3, 2006
I have a small Toyota RV.

Most of the 12 volt fans I have used are small and not very useful. This one is a real fan, moves a lot of air and has a current draw that my 30 watt solar panel can just about keep up with. The fan has three useful speeds.

I bought the fan to use when I can't use my air conditioner because I don't have an electric hookup and running my generator is too noisy for conditions. I now also use the fan to circulate air in my RV on really hot days even when I can run my air conditioner.

I also frequently use it outside (I have a handy 12volt plug)

The "feet" of the fan fold out of the way making it easy to store.

I am very pleased with it and and would not be without it.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Chris Wilson on November 18, 2010
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I worked as a summer camp counselor for 11 weeks in central Texas this last summer where there was no air conditioning in the cabin. It worked really well even on low speed. It had more air output than a 6 D-cell battery portable fan on high speed. I had a small deep cycle battery that it ran off of (the battery was only rated for 23 amp hours). I ran the fan on average 3-4 hours a day and I only had to recharge the battery every 2 weeks if I was really disciplined in turning off the fan when i wasn't using it. If you are going to run it constantly over a weekend i would recommend a larger deep cycle battery in the 40 amp hour range. It was no louder than a battery powered fan but there was so much more air output. The kids in my cabin called the high setting "hurricane mode" because of the air output. High speed was a bit loud (similar to a regular box fan), but if sound isnt an issue then it is the greatest 12v fan out there.

If you are using a setup like mine, be sure to get a cigarette plug adapter that hook up directly to battery terminals.
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By paddlepaddle on July 17, 2011
This manufacturer produces the thermostatically controlled roof vent fan that came stock in my camper. It's nearly 10 years old and has never missed a beat. I also use a cheap portable 12 volt fan that left me dissatisfied. I've used this new fan for a few weeks now and can compare it to my cheap 12 volt clip-on fan. Although quite a bit more expensive than the generic 12 volt fans from the big box store, this fan is superior in the following areas:
1. Volume and velocity of air is much greater and has 3 speed adjustments.
2. Much quieter.
3. Made well (except for the feet, poor design, fragile, -1 point).
4. Motor doesn't cause interference on TV & radio (big plus).
5. Made in the USA

I would buy this product again.
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