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Attwood Ultimate Rechargeable Fan

Attwood Ultimate Rechargeable Fan
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Ultimate Rechargeable Fan

The Ultimate Rechargeable Fan delivers ultra-quiet, powerful, and long-lasting performance. Attractively styled and with three power options, it can be used almost anywhere. The lightweight design with high air flow output make this a practical and convenient addition when boating, camping or enjoying other recreational activities. Three power options: 110 Volt, 12 Volt, or internal NiMH LSD battery pack.

Features:
  • Includes: 12-inch fan assembly, built-in high performance rechargeable battery pack, 12V power adapter plug assembly, 110V AC/DC adapter charger, removable support feet
  • Three power options: 12 volt accessory; 110 Volt to 12 Volt adaptor, or built-in/rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride Long Self-Discharge (NiMH LSD) battery pack
  • Soft-Start Battery Saver: 3 second delay in battery mode
  • High-volume airflow: maximum 424 Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM)
  • Three operating speeds are indicated with LED control lights
  • Support feet are padded for secure footing and removable for easier storage and transport
  • Batteries are integrated rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride Long
  • Self-Discharge (NiMH LSD)
  • Battery charge time = 3.5 hours
  • Maximum amp draw = 1.1 amps
  • Low amp draw allows for extended battery life - over 7 hours run time on lowest setting
  • Integral carrying handle
  • 15" wide x 16.94" tall x 3.138" deep
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