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KEEN Women S Kaci II Winter Mid WP Boot 6 5 Black Steel Grey
Features of the KEEN Women's Kaci II Winter Mid WP Boot Waterproof premium leather and textile Upper Breathable textile lining Removable EVA insole with arch support for all-day comfort EVA Midsole for lightweight cushioning Higher-traction rubber Outsole Non-marking rubber Outsole leaves no trace Keen. dry waterproof breathable membrane Keen.warm Insulation rated to -4°F/-20°C Eco anti-odor for natural odor control Environmentally preferred premium leather from LWG-certified tannery PFC-free durable water repellent
H. Holland: Probably the best available today, but, certainly not like the old metal ones. It fits where and how I want it to go and will do the job.It's got some sharp plastic edges on the inside. Sliced a finger reaching in to slide the side panels to fit.Low and medium speeds don't move much air and the small motor whines a bit on high. Fortunately I don't have to be in the room with it when it's on high.It does a much better job than the Holmes dual window fan I was using but I do long for the old metal King Air 20" I had years ago. That was a window fan.
J. Ball "jdb2": This is not able to go in front of my window, as the window I use it in is a double. However, I popped the screen out, and this fan fits perfect. When you go outside, and stand in front of it, you KNOW it sucking a TON of air through the house! It's a lot of wind! I'm considering getting another, but I honestly think one may fine for my 1500sf house. I make sure at least three windows are opened, and it works great. I've used the reversible feature a couple times, and I'm glad it's there, but mostly it's on high and exhaust. Hope this review helps. I LOVE this fan.
Jeffrey A. Jones "Jeff in NH": We needed to move the air in our whole house. This fan wasn't up to the task. We got a bigger fan by a Air King, and that got the air going.This fan is fine if you want to create a breeze or move the stale air out a large room. Quiet operation is a big plus compared to the Air King. So I'd recommend it for many purposes, but it wasn't what we needed.
Jeffrey Pittman "Jeff": There are too many reviews already to fret over one detail or another, so here's my brief take: my fan is well balanced, no perceptible wobbling or shaking at any speed. The blades spin freely suggesting little bearing drag to strain the motor. I found that it easily fits several of my windows without actually mounting it (i.e., installing the four screws that come with it). That's a plus for me because I may want to use it in different rooms at different times - I can just set it in a window when needed, then remove it when I want it elsewhere or not at all. My wattage meter says it uses about 63W on low and 78W on medium (very quiet at both low and medium speeds) and about 110W on high (noticeably louder than low/medium but not at all intrusive or annoying in my view). If my house were bigger I'd buy another. Good stuff.
Kmle2599: I have never in my life seen such a poorly constructed item. I never knew they made plastic so flimsy, it bends coming out of the box didn't try it, was afraid it wouldn't make it to the window.