OZtrail Rechargeable Fan - 10in
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Versatile portable fan, great for the camp site, the office or anywhere you are that could do with some more air flow.
- Versatile power options:
- Run off 240v directly
- Run off internal rechargeable battery for up to 7 hours
- Charges from 12v
- Oscillating mode and focused mode
- Two fan speeds
- Adjustable base angle
- Integrated LED light for area light or as a night light for the kids
- Separate light and fan controls
Dimensions: 33x11x48 cm
Light Output: 40 Lumens
Charge Time: Approx. 15-20 hours to fully charge
Reviews of OZtrail Rechargeable Fan - 10in
OZtrail Rechargeable Fan - 10in(5) By: Jamie on 12 October 2019Larger than I thought it would be but a very good fan. Well worth the purchase price
OZtrail Rechargeable Fan - 10in(4) By: Jenny on 10 March 2019We bought this to use in our camper trailer. Hasn’t made it there yet. Used the light on it during a blackout, and the fan on our deck for some coolness. Very light, quiet, and gives a good amount of air movement. It is not oscillating, but the front grid rotates creating some extra movement. Seems good at this stage.
OZtrail Rechargeable Fan - 10in(5) By: Candice on 10 January 2019Good sized fan, solid airflow and quiet. Bought for a large cubby house but have used it in the house as well and it works well cooling wise. Hard to tell when its finished charging as light is consistently red when plugged in.
OZtrail Rechargeable Fan - 10in(5) By: Suzanne Costello on 12 November 2018I am pleased with this product though I have only had it a short while. It is well designed, smart looking and extremely user friendly. Great in the bedroom when you cannot run air conditioning (mine is too loud for my neighbour) and still need that cool breeze. The test will be when my electricity goes off and it is a 30c day. I'll let you know......
OZtrail Rechargeable Fan - 10in(4) By: Darryl Perrett on 30 December 2017Have not had time to really have a good look at the fan, but I found one little problem. I put it on AC Charge for more than 48 hours, and could get NO indication that anything was happening other than the RED charge light, which never went out. So, I removed the battery from the fan and checked it on my Multimeter, and got nearly 7 Volts. So, charged! Now to hope that the battery will HOLD the charge. That is to be checked in a dy or so. Really do wish that there was some indication when the unit was fully charged. Other than that, everything seems to be working OK.