|Item model number||ABACO-BZG00-010000|
|Item Weight||3.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.2 x 4.3 x 0.9 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||9.25 x 4.33 x 0.94 inches|
ARCTIC Breeze Mobile, USB-Powered 92mm Portable Fan, Portable Cooling Solution, Quiet Fan, Mini USB Fan, Mini Gooseneck Fan for laptop and PC - White
|Price:||$7.93 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Slim & light weight USB fan keep you cool on hot days.
- As the fan and the motor are adapted from ARCTIC's successful case fans, it works virtually silent while offering a high air flow.
- Simply connect to one of the USB ports in your notebook, flexible
- And adjustable gooseneck directs the breeze to blow into the exact direction as you desired.
- Flexible and adjustable gooseneck directs the breeze to blow into the exact direction as you desired.
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|Dimensions||0.94 inches x 9.25 inches x 4.33 inches||3.2 inches x 6.5 inches x 6 inches||1 inches x 8.5 inches x 5 inches||4.3 inches x 8.3 inches x 0.3 inches|
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This little fan generates a nice little breeze and can be used in many different places. I've taken mine camping and use a battery pack to power it.
The fan spins at 1700rpm and the blades are hard plastic, But you can literally stick your finger in the blades while spinning and not be hurt...not that I recommend that. I have seen other hand held fans that use silicone blades and I wonder if that might have been a better choice. I can see how the harder plastic blades might crack or snap if you were to sit on the thing or something.
In any case, this is a really handy and useful little USB powered fan. I like it.
I was provided a sample for review.
It's virtually silent too. At least compared to an old USB fan a friend got me a few years back. It looks something like this New USB Mobile Port Mini Fan For PC Mac Laptop Notebook and generates more noise than wind. The Arctic fan is virtually inaudible in comparison. (It still emits noise, but it's low...and often overshadowed by the sound of the laptop's cooling fan) .
I've also tried it with my mobile charger (Anker® Astro 5600mAh Backup External Battery Pack and Charger with built-in Flashlight) and it works just fine. It barely uses any power. I don't have numbers, but the charger was displaying 3 full bars (out of 4) when I plugged the fan. Left it for 8+ hours overnight. When I woke up, charger was still showing 3 bars.
The blades are made from plastic. Don't worry about accidentally hurting yourself while the fan is running, While you're probably bound to touch the blades while it's running, the fan immediately stops rotating, and you won't feel a thing.
Only drawback I can think of is the short gooseneck. It is sturdy though and it will hold the shape you bend it to. But a slightly longer gooseneck would give more flexibility.
If you're looking for a small, inexpensive fan to keep you cool while on your laptop, or perhaps while you're out and about (used with any mobile charger with USB output), I do recommend this one. Arctic are known for their PC cooling fans, so they know what they're doing.
On low it draws ~ 0.9 watts
On high it draws ~ 2 watts
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→ The ARCTIC Breeze Pro With 4-Port Data Hub is a surprisingly well built product, great for a variety of purposes and uses. This product expands on the ARCTIC Breeze Mobile USB-Powered Portable Fan by adding a sold stand base that also serves as a USB 2.0 hub.
→ One really cool improvement this fan has over the older model is the addition of a speed switch. The knob is illuminated by a blue glow, and allows you to adjust the fan from low to high, and lots of speeds in-between. The fan, when in use, is very quite and nearly impossible to hear on the low speed, and barely a light hum on the highs etting. The blades are a hard plastic, and the unit functions very smoothly. The bendable gooseneck allows you to adjust the fan to a variety of positions, and it appears quite durable keeping the fan in that position the whole time.
→ This fan can be used a couple of ways. You can power the hub via a USB port on the computer, or by using a wall charger. The USB hub is great for flash drives and there is an DC power port on the back for use with an optional power supply (not-included) should you need that extra power.
→ Overall, the ARCTIC Breeze Pro With 4-Port Data Hub is well made, designed very well, and appears to be a great value at the current selling price. Lots ways to use and enjoy this product.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works well, though the short length of the adjustable arm makes it a bit awkward.
Fan blade is surprisingly sturdy, and the build quality as a whole is better than... Read more
Has worked great, I use it to provide some extra cooling for my Surface Pro 3.Published 1 day ago by Jerome
Provides the perfect breeze for your desk. I also like that it's quiet - some of my coworkers sound like they have wind turbines at their desk.Published 1 day ago by Steven Patrick Gallagher
Love it. This is my second one because the last one got "borrowed". It is absolutely silent and moves more air than I would have believed. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Paula Collier
This is an excellent and small unit that works great with my laptop. It's virtually silent and produces a calm breeze which is exactly what I was looking for.Published 5 days ago by DigitalZen
At last i found a fan with no sound and adjustable fan speed. I have a bit sensitive ears and buyed a few fans. This is def. the best.Published 5 days ago by Madworld
We were just told we could no longer have plugged in desk fans at work due to fire hazards. A friend at work had one of these as an alternate so I thought I'd give it a try. Read morePublished 5 days ago by J. Heiner