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Kevingrc

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Hi folks we're looking at buying a 12v fan and wondered why the fan- tastic fan is around£75 compared to others at a lot less, what is the difference and which would you recommend ? Thanks in advance Kevin.
 

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I think this is similar to the "Endless breeze" fan that I got in the USA a few years ago - it was USD45....... However the above quoted price looks about right for UK.

Pricing apart, it is a really good bit of kit - three way power with built in rechargeable, fitted D size batteries and of course 12V plug in. Very quiet in operation; a good piece of kit but not for £75
 
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Cheers Dave didn't realise they were three way powered I'll check more closely now.
 
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Kevingrc

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Just checked and the endless breeze fan I am lookin at is just 12v but it looks good, seen it on you tube, found them for £55 delivered but 10 to 14 days delivery on eBay, does anyone know if they are more readily available, hoping to be away soon depending on arrival of grandchild, cheers
 

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I think this is similar to the "Endless breeze" fan that I got in the USA a few years ago - it was USD45....... However the above quoted price looks about right for UK.

Pricing apart, it is a really good bit of kit - three way power with built in rechargeable, fitted D size batteries and of course 12V plug in. Very quiet in operation; a good piece of kit but not for £75
Sorry, nothing like the endless breeze which is free standing and portable.
the fan-tastic vent is a roof mounted 12v only fan

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Sorry to interrupt your post but there is a mechanical ceiling fan in the new van i have on order. Am i right in saying that as well as extracting they also blow air into the van? I beleive it is situated over the kitchen / dinette area.
 
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Sorry to interrupt your post but there is a mechanical ceiling fan in the new van i have on order. Am i right in saying that as well as extracting they also blow air into the van? I beleive it is situated over the kitchen / dinette area.
The one in ours (majestic 155) does both Dave, but we still want a portable one just in case.
 
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We had a Fantastic Fan fitted in our RV from new, it's ceiling mounted, variable speed and thermostatically controlled , not too noisy , a useful extractor.

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Sorry to interrupt your post but there is a mechanical ceiling fan in the new van i have on order. Am i right in saying that as well as extracting they also blow air into the van? I beleive it is situated over the kitchen / dinette area.
Fan-tastic is a 12v 3 speed reversible ceiling fan.
depending on model they are reversible and thermostatic, except models 1200 and 1250, and have a rain sensor to auto-close the outer cover if it rains, except 1200, 1250 and 2250.

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Tongue and cheek maybe but has anyone got an endless breeze they are wanting to sell. Please PM me

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