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Trendy Camouflage Plane Print Faux Two Longsleeves Tee
Trendy Camouflage Plane Print Faux Two Longsleeves Tee Review
Richard: ...for a fan that could pull air thru the whole house, but did not want to pay $200 for one. This seems to have done the job, I used it this past hot summer (2012) as an exhaust fan to move air in the house and to get it cooled off in the evening. This machine seems to have done it, quietly...quieter that I thought it would be. It is a two-directional fan, so you can bring air in or pull it out. It also has 3 speeds, I used the medium speed all summer, 24/7. No problems to report, would buy another. I don't have AC here so this was it, and it stood the test. Recommended...
R. Lang: Really, this is close to an ideal fan if you want a window fan. The biggest issue is the way the fan mounts to the window frame. When you do it correctly it is secure, but not tight. There is just enough play in the way it mounts (drops down on screws) that there is a rattle when the fan is on. This was dealt with easily enough with some foam tape, but the tape needs occasional fixes.The ability to close the window while the fan is on, and reverse the airflow is great. For our apartment (1200sf) this fan can make a noticeable difference in temperature and air quality in about 5-10 minutes depending on the fanspeed. This is way more effective than sitting a box fan at the window because the airflow HAS to go through the window instead of cycling back into the fan.
Robert F vonBriesen: I needed a good window fan to keep the air moving in my country cottage. I am able to limit the use of A/C if I have a means for proper ventilation. This fan satisfies that need.It was fairly easy to install but still required a bit of ingenuity as the side panels were a bit of a challenge. They will slide but be patient because they will also break if forced. The fan is very quiet, emitting a hum rather than a roar when running at full speed.I will leave the fan in the window for the entire season so I will not have to struggle with the side panels again until it is time to remove it.
s_johnson: this thing is so cheap that it started falling apart while i was installing it!! just turning the knob to turn the fan off/on and changing speeds and you just know that it is not going to last very long. the electric cord is so short that you need an extension cord. we are talking cheap cheap cheap here. the plastic bends with the wind. what a piece of junk.
Tad Karmesh "Too Smart by Half": This fan has run non-stop in a window since Feb 2013 without issue.The expansion panels are a bit flimsy.I note a $10 price increase since I bought mine. Still the cheapest whole window fan I could find.