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Bed Fan

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Price: $79.95 + $14.49 shipping
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  • The dual fans are quiet and discrete
  • Features a small, handheld control
  • The fan speed is infinitely adjustable
  • Easy to install and virtually invisible
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 20 x 12 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Made in USA and Imported
  • ASIN: B001Z0OZGE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,074 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Keeps you cool by pushing out the body heat that gets trapped under the covers (instead of cooling the top of the bed like regular fans). Two mini-fans gently blow fresh air from under the bed, up the vertical air duct, then the cool breeze flows down the sides of your body providing relief from hot flashes and night sweats. You have control over the air flow with an under-the-pillow remote. Plus, the breeze only channels down your side of the bed, so it wont disturb your sleeping partner. An added bonus is the potential savings on your energy bill as youll be able to turn up the thermostat at night. Installs in minutes on virtually any bed, including tall beds and those with footboards. UL listed system comes with fan, breeze bar, bracket for tall beds, speed control, and manual. 18.5"x 11"x 3.5". Sorry, express and rush delivery not available.

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Customer Reviews

I hesitate to recommend it to anyone, because of the above points.
cyn ann
Since installing (very easy) this fan I not only have been able to control the temperature of my bed, but I also have not turned the air down past 73 degrees.
Holly Faulkner
I would recommend this product if one of you or both sleep hot or suffer from night sweats, it will help.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

90 of 95 people found the following review helpful By P. Apple on May 3, 2009
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Up until now, hot flashes from menopause have been disrupting my sleep for weeks. My only way to cope has been to crank the thermostat down to 70 degrees at night (wasting energy to cool the entire house), and set up a fan next to the bed to blow directly on me. Even so, I'd wake up several times a night, fling off the covers, cool off, then get too cold, and pull the covers back over my head. The annoyance and sleep deprivation made me desperate enough to spend $80 on a solution, and I'm glad I did.

The Bed Fan took me about 5 minutes to set up, and worked great from the very start. I started out with the unit turned to a medium-intensity setting, and soon discovered that I could turn it down to a very low setting and stay plenty cool. The fan is blissfully quiet compared to the room fan I'd been using, and I appreciate not having to supercool the bedroom. There's enough clearance under the top sheet (where the fan frame holds up the sheet at the foot of the bed) to allow me to turn over, move around, get in and out of bed without the sheet coming undone. The only reason I'm giving it 4 stars instead of 5 is that it does seem rather overpriced, especially given the less-than-substantial feel of the plastic.
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88 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Carlos O. Rodriguez on October 15, 2008
While the idea behind this product is a very good one (get air moving under the sheets for hot sleepers), they didn't quite nail it down.
For starters in order for this to work as advertised you have lay still while you sleep, in my case I'm a very active sleeper, this sometimes causes the sheets to come undone near where the bedfan sits, blowing the sheets off my lower body and at this point might as well just use a ceiling fan, however to prevent this we used a comforter but then that caused a different problem because of the heavier nature of comforters it held down the sheets to the point that no air was moving to my upper body and my feet would get very cold, making me turn off the bedfan.
Also the unit I received had very loud fans, made of mostly ABS plastics and velcro, for the price I'm sure they could've found some better fans, with better CFM and less DCB.
I'd be willing to give this product another try if they ever have a redesigned version.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By princessmitzoue on November 11, 2012
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I bought this fan for DH last Christmas. The first few weeks were frustrating as the fan kept ending up on the floor every morning- no amount of Velcro would keep the fan up when my hubby kicked it in the middle of the night. The problem was solved by securing it to the bed with a bungee cord.
Another problem was that my husband is an active sleeper who tosses frequently and for this fan to be effective, it needs to be tucked under a sheet. Many mornings we would find it blowing air on top of the covers keeping the cat (who sleeps with us) cool. I ended up securing the sheet around the fan with safety pins.
Although my mate is a hot sleeper, I am often still cold with two comforters on me... this fan made my feet freeze- I had to wear socks to bed to avoid this.
Just when I thought the problems were solved, one of the two fans went out after about 4 or 5 months of use. I thought perhaps I could clear a fuzz ball or something to get it to work again like our other fan, but there is no way to open it without breaking it :(
So here it is not even a year after my initial purchase and the second fan has gone out- no way to open it up and fix it, so it is going in the garbage... It's just way too expensive of a product to replace every year, so we will not be buying a new one- at least not this design. I've seen a similar product (but wireless) at the Brookstone store (and for a similar price if I remember correctly), so I might invest in that one and write to tell about it next year ;)
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35 of 42 people found the following review helpful By 71'7 on July 29, 2009
Bedfan pulls the heavier, cooler air from under my bed, and routes it under my sheet, keeping me cool, while the higher parts of the room can be warmer.

- The manufacturer recommends using a top-sheet, with 400 threads per inch.
- The air leaked out of my budget, 200 thread-count sheet, so it would not fully inflate.

- If you are warm, it is counter-productive to put a comforter over your top-sheet, which is like donning a parka, because your windbreaker was flapping in the wind.
- Instead, make your top-sheet extra-secure, by also using Sheet-Straps4 BED Sheet GRIPPERS garters bedding straps suspenders. These are elastic, with garter-style ends, that you put diagonally under the corners, especially at the foot of your bed, if you tend to have "restless legs."

- My feet hang off the end of the bed, so I the Bedfan at the side, about knee-level. I use a Sheet Straps on the opposite side of the Bedfan, helping seal the sheet, holding it firmly against the unit. Duct tape could work, as well, but I don't like its adhesive residue.

- If the Bedfan were made of metal, it would have to be stamped and formed, or extruded, which is more expensive to fabricate. The increased weight would add to shipping costs.

- The velcro for the Breeze Bar is an excellent idea. This way, the Breeze Bar can give way, when kicked by "restless legs." If it did not, someone would damage their feet, sue the company, and thereby, deprive everyone else access to a great product, if the company were put out of business.
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