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SOLD Endless Breeze Fan - 12v - VGC - £50

Discussion in 'General Classifieds' started by Minxy Girl, Jul 26, 2016.

  1. Minxy Girl

    Minxy Girl Funster Life Member

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    I have an Endless Breeze fan, like the below:

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    I bought it with the intention of using it in my camper but to be honest have found with having a PVC we don't need it as we can open the doors to get a good through draught, so rather than have it gathering dust in the garage, and seeing as there are a few people thinking of buying one, I thought I'd put it up for sale.

    Price is £50, plus P&P at cost if you want it delivering.

    I am going to the Malvern Motorhome show in August so can take it there to save postage.
     
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  2. Mousy

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    Can I buy it please Mel?
     
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    Thanks for thinking of us Dawn, but we have now bought the Fiamma fan which fits into the top hatch!
     
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    Hi Minxy girl,
    can this be fixed to 400 x 400 vent or heki
     
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    I'm sure Mel will be along soon, but we've got one and it is really designed to be freestanding on its own feet.

    You might be able to 'rig' it with some sort of makeshift arrangements to attache the fan to a 400 x 400 heki, but I'd be somewhat doubtful about the practicality.
     
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    Spend, spend, spend - a tent and a fancy fan! @cliffandger
     
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  8. Armytwowheels

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    If it is still available I would be very grateful for this to help keep the Border Terrorist cool when out in Spain etc.
     
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    Armytwowheels Funster Life Member

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    Hi Terry. If I manage to get this one off Mel, I have a fiamma one you can have, that is designed to fit in a roof vent.
    Edit - as long as @Popeye doesn't mind me passing it on as he gave it to us.
     
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    Damn. To slow
     
  11. John Laidler

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    I've got one for sale at £100.




    Well, this tactic sometimes works on eBay! :)
     
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    Armytwowheels Funster Life Member

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    Oh no you haven't, your terrorist would never forgive you.
     
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    Minxy Girl Funster Life Member

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    Of course Robert, are you going to Malvern?
     
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    Hi Mel
    No I'm not going to Malvern - sorry
    If I pm you my works address later, could you post it please?

    Regards
    Robert
     
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    Yes. We've used ours like that several times on this trip. It just seems to fit almost perfectly and we have an unused 12v socket (for a TV) at high level in the bedroom that could almost have been installed for the fan.

    No "rigging" or other kind of bodging needed.
     
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    That's interesting..

    I also have an Endless breeze fan I was thinking of flogging.. but if it fits in a roof vent I may keep it....

    How did you support it Nick ?
     
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    With the legs turned out and the rather stiff carrying handle it supports itself. It's a bit of a fiddle getting it up there to start with and it doesn't look like it will go but one you get the trick it fits really well. It's definitely not coming out by accident.

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    We've had it running all night a couple of times this trip. It works a treat (y)
     
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    @scotjimland I know it doesn't look great at the moment but I only discovered it fitted late one night a few days ago when it was like a bloody sauna in the bedroom. It does the job for now.

    When I get home I'll have a proper look at it and come up with something better that looks like it's meant to be there and fills in all the gaps.
     
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    Thanks @NickNic presumably you removed the blind/flyscreen or did you not have one fitted ?
     
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    Had to slide it open. That's going to be one of the improvements in version 2.0 (y)
     
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