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Old 04-03-2017, 06:00 AM   #15
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We absolutely use fans.
A 12v fantastic fan and a 110v fan. I would love to have the Milwaukee fan as it uses the same battery as my drill but they are pricey.
Our uses:
- used in sleeping area to move air around and white noise for noise cancellation
- when its just hot and muggy
- to dry our bath towels
- to dry the shower which keeps down mold growth - shower is then easy to clean
- keep air moving on the floor for the dog on hot days
- outside under the awning to keep bugs away
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Old 04-03-2017, 06:02 AM   #16
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Caframo Fans

I have used these fans - 1-12 volt and 1-110 volt Caframo fans.

The main plus of these fans are that they are very quiet; and with the soft blades you won't hurt your self if you accidentally touch them while they are running. The 12 volt model has an optional clamp which makes the positioning more versatile. You can follow the links or search for them on A..Z..N

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There is also another 12 volt Caframo fan that I used on my sailboat. It has three speeds, can be aimed in any direction and has a timer built in. It needs to be permanently mounted.

3-speed 12 volt 
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Old 04-03-2017, 06:31 AM   #17
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Supertrouper Endless Breeze 12v with a 110v converter works great for us indoors & outdoors. We carry a portable 35amp/hrs AGM Battery so we can use the fan anywhere. Keeps us cool & bug free.
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