Extractor fan

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  1. FIDGET

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    Just noticed this , as a different possibility to the endless breeze fan( a bit cheaper)
    Fiamma Turbo Kit Cooling Fan
    http://www.**********s.com/images/fiamma/fiamma-turbo-kit-window.jpg

    The Fiamma Turbo Kit is a caravan and motorhome ventilator and extractor that has two functions

    It serves as a stand alone fan, or an optional fan to be fitted to most popular models of rooflight.

    The Fiamma Turbo Kit is 12 volt dc powered and comes supplied with a telescopic and patented hanging system that allows safe and easy installation to rooflights such as Omni-Vent, Remi Top, Seitz Mini Heki and Midi Heki and Fiamma Vent 40x40 and 50x50 (when vehicle is stationary and rooflight is open).

    The 12v connector can be reversed changing polarity and causing the fan to work as extractor and ventilator.

    The Fiamma Turbo-Kit incorporates a large 24 cm fan and 2 telescopic hangers, which can be adjusted from 36 to 48cm.

    The Turbo Kit comes Supplied with cable and cigarette plug connector and 12Vdc power supply cable for connecting to the motorhome's 12v supply.

    Can also be powered by 8 x 1.5V type D batteries (not supplied) when in use as a table or hanging-fan.

    • Dimensions: 31cm x 36cm-48cm x 10cm
    • Rooflight fitting: Rooflight apertures from 36 - 48cm.
    • Material: Sturdy plastic
    • Voltage: 12Vdc and 8 x 1.5v D type batteries.
    • Absorbed power: 4 Watt.
    • Fan diameter: 24cm
    • Max. air flow: 7.2 m3/min.
    • Functions: Works as a ventilator and extractor.
    • Color: Ivory.
    http://www.**********s.com/images/fiamma/fiamma-turbo-kit-sizes.jpg


    Cost £55. against endless breeze @ £118
     
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    It was the link to ladydanceswithnowtonbutalargefan.com (y)
     
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    I was expecting a thread about someone who used to like tractors.
     
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    £50 at Johns Cross, with Funster discount £45 + £6.95 P&P, £51.95 cheapest total that I have found, just ordered one:)
     
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    would it be cheaper still from @Johns_Cross_Motorhomes as they are fiamma agents and give funsters a discount


    edit....just seen above
     
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    Big thank you to @FIDGET for original post, I had been thinking of the Endless Breeze, this one is more suitable for us, dual functionality! (y)
     
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    I've been considering one of these. Just wondering if it's noisy or not? Any chance of you letting me know once you've tried it out?
     
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    Mine is delivered tomorrow and I'll be using it this weekend ( Burrs Park for the cricket ) Will do a review .
     
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    cool look forward to this , can you also tell us its 12v power usage :)
     
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    I'll be on hook up with solar power so that might be difficult. .
     
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    Not really just read the label
     
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    Got my endless breeze off an ebay link mentioned on here for about £66.
    Still more expensive than the fan you highlight but, still just sayin' ;).
    Endless breeze isn't quite that expensive.
     
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    Sorry I don't understand that ????????
     
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    Also I'm going to plug the 12V into the bedroom TV 12v socket ( Bailey 740SE Approach ) , is there a tidier way to do this I.e a 12v socket in the actual ceiling? Cheers. .
     
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    The fiammastore link gives it as

    Min. electric input
    0.22Amp

    Max. electric input
    0.26Amp
     
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    I have a roof mounted fitted fan and its OK as an extractor fan for the cooker which is below it but pretty useless for anything else. I have since bought 2 endless breeze fans and they are as their name suggests - Fan-Tastic!

    Here are the EB specs

    http://www.endlessbreeze.com

    You must be able to get a better price than what you mentioned in your first post. I paid $191 for 2 in August last year including import duties from Amazon.com.
     
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