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O2 Cool Portable Tent Fan with Emergency Device Charger and Auto Adapter

by O2 Cool
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  • Battery Operated Canopy Tent Fan with Portable Battery Pack
  • Power Battery pack included
  • Strong magnetic plate
  • Attaches to tent easily
  • Works well with canopy

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.4 x 5.9 x 10.6 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0018EGJNE
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 1092
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #279,804 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Battery Operated Canopy Tent Fan with Portable Battery Pack. Two speed fan offers quiet cooling. Multi positional fan with adjustable height feature. Lightweight. Portable Battery Pack (included) holds 8D cell batteries (not included) and 12VAuto Adapter (included). Strong magnetic plate attaches to any tent or canopy.

Customer Reviews

Also love that the battery pack can be used to power other things that have that car power adapter.
Purplmyst
This past summer, we camped through the very brutally muggy and hot Florida Keys, and this fan was the only thing that allowed us to sleep through the night.
Jessie Violet
Then, the cord connecting the fan to the battery pack would only stay in if I held the pieces together.
ExPatInAsia

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

185 of 198 people found the following review helpful By A. Steckel on April 19, 2010
This is a great example of a wonderful product that I'd normally be thrilled about, except that it has one fatal flaw...

As for me, I like O2 products, and have known about them for years. They generally are one of THE best names in battery-powered fans. I've owned a few of their fans before, and have been very pleased with them, which is why I thought I'd try this one out, even though it's a bit pricier than the rest.

For starters, I love the concept - a decent sized fan that can push alot of air, yet is designed to be light enough to hang from the fabric ceiling of your tent. Now, every battery powered fan that I've owned (a total of 6) that has had any real UMPH has required the exact same compliment of batters: 8xD. Eight D batteries are HEAVY, so the idea of making a battery fan with gusto so that it was light enough to hang from a tent ceiling has been kinda a fantasy until now. The way they do it is they have a nice light fan with a fairly long cord that hangs down and attaches to a battery pack that sits on the floor. The idea seems alittle strange at first, but it really solves the problem nicely. They give you an on/off control on both the fan and the battery pack itself, which is also nice, since you can keep the controller right next to your bed. They also give you a second cord so you can plug it into a regular AC power outlet, which is useless for me, but still another nice touch.

The fan itself feels very light and, I daresay, a bit flimsy; but I forgive them for that and you should too, because having the fan portion be as light as possible is the whole point. As light as the fan portion is, it still seems well made.
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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Bradley Evans on June 5, 2010
The Portable Canopy/Tent Fan is a great idea that delivers. A lot of fans that are strong enough to move any air around must be ground fan, or a fan that is willing to drop a few batteries (and power) that can hang from the tent top. This fan solves that problem. Leaving the batteries on that ground greatly reduces the weight, so it can hang easily from the tent by the clip, or the strong magnetic plate.

The whole package includes the fan, battery canister, ac and dc adapters. First, the fan. Very light, slightly flimsy (that's the price one pays for lightness) but definitely nothing to get concerned about, just be careful not to drop it. The neck extends and rotates around, not much to be said here. Oh, and there is the OFF LOW and HIGH switch positions. There are 3 ways to set the fan up. First, the clip on the neck can be attached to a string or other object. Second, the magnetic plate (which is super strong) can be put outside the tent and the fan is secured from the inside of the tent. The last way is to attach the magnetic plate to the base and stand upright on the ground or table. I don't see much need for the AC cable but I suppose it might come in handy. The DC is used to plug into the canister.

The canister is light until you put the batteries into it. One reason I like this is because it allows me to turn off the fan right before a go to sleep, and I don't have to get up to turn the fan off. There was a problem though. The canister features a dial so you can adjust the fan's speed. For some reason, all I got was ON and OFF, not in between. Not too big, but it would of been nice. Now the only thing I can do is have the fan on "low" or "high" by hitting the switch on the side of the fan. Oh well.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Floridian on June 9, 2010
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The fan is nice, gives out a good airflow. While moving less air than what a wall socket powered metal fan does, it was more than what I expected from a 10 inch 12V powered fan. It has a low and high speed setting, and we used it at the low speed setting. The fan comes with a separate cord: One end plugs into the fan, the other end has the standard 12V car cigarette lighter plug. When plugged into a working 12V source, the fan works great, is light and very easy to mount with the strong magnet plate. It turned warm nights in the tent into a bearable ones for us.

The battery pack should take 8 D cell batteries and allow the fan to be operated by sticking the 12V plug into it, but mine did not work. The batteries were aligned according to the markings and the batteries were brand new, but no matter what setting for the dial I tried, or any fudging, shaking, taking apart and re-assembling, the fan would not come on. Because 8 D cell batteries are not very cheap, I will be using it with a rechargeable 12V power supply anyway, so I just threw the battery pack in the trash and kept the fan.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Customer3641 on June 23, 2010
I bought this fan last minute for our car camping trip actually on the way to the National Park. I was glad we got it, it actually moved quite a bit of air which helped dry out the wet floor of our eureka 2 room tent that got blown door side up during a thunderstorm while hiking. The cord also stretched pretty far, allowing me to run the fan from the minivan parked in the campsite. The fan is lightweight and efficient, and I actually dropped it breaking a small piece, the fan still ran fine. But to attest to excellent customer service, o2 cool actually mailed me a replacement piece. Not too many companies are able to do that anymore, something to think about when comparing this product to one from other companies.
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