Possible Alternative to Endless Breeze?

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  1. DBK

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    This looks like a possible alternative to the Endless Breeze. Cheaper but at 12" in diameter should shift a similar amount of air. But it only comes with crocodile clips for 12 volts so you would probably want to add a suitable 12 volt plug. The reviews are a bit misleading as they mostly refer to another version sold with a solar panel.

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    I can vouch for endless breeze we are in Italy near to Rimimi and its so hot and humid we cound'n't live without it!! It's been on continually for 2 days.
     
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    I thought that they are supposedly very noisy?
     
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    And I certainly don’t need one down here in Saumur as it is chucking it down!!!
     
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    We have 2 endless breeze on our van and they have been faultless for the last 2 years. I would not be without them in Spain, South of France or Italy. @DBK you will need to buy one and review and tell us the results and the price!
     
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    I recall that I put info of these greenhouse fans on other threads about the Endless Breeze etc ... I don't know if anyone bought one though.
     
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    I've got an Endless Breeze and it's brilliant but this one is about half the price so I was hoping someone would take the plunge and buy one. Then give us a report ! :)
     
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    I’ve just ordered two to get the discount. Will be here Saturday but they won’t see proper use until Croatia in July.
     
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    Do you mean the Endless Breeze fans? The only noise is from the amount of air they're shifting and on the lowest setting, which is usually enough, quickly become unnoticeable. We've got habitation aircon but in most continental places it takes too much amperage - although it is obviously superior to any kind of fan the Endless Breeze made our Italy trip much more comfortable.
     
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    That last portable fan closely resembles one I bought that would run off a 12v socket or D Type batteries. I had to get rid of it because it was very noisy and stopped me getting to sleep. I don't remember where I bought it, but it wasn't Roadpro so theirs might be quieter.

    Ceiling fans in a MH??? :Eeek:
     
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    For those with higher ceilings maybe ... I just saw them and thought the info might be useful to someone! :rolleyes:

    ... useful to keep your gremlins happy ... :D

     
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    So @DBK what are the fans like?

    Might need to purchase one ourselves!!
     
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    We need to wait for @big map 's review. :)
     
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    ... did they arrive????
     
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    Sorry really effective, lightweight but solid and so very quiet. The proof of the pudding will be how it copes with Croatia in the summer.
     
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    Many thanks! Did you fit your own plug?
     
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    No it came with a plug and the 12 volt thing and two things to attach it to a battery and something for it to be connected to the solar.
     
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