Perfect for indoor or outdoor activities, O2COOL’s 10-inch Battery-Operated Portable Fan can be used in the office, at school, on a picnic and especially during a power outage. It operates on six D-cell batteries (not included) or can be plugged in with its AC adapter, features high and low speeds, and boasts a patented fan blade design that extends the battery life while maximizing airflow. Cool by Design, this portable fan is also easy to carry with its built-in handle so you can take the cool with you.
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BATTERY-OPERATED PORTABLE FAN. With O2COOL’s 10-Inch Battery-Operated Portable Fan, you can cool off when you’re at home, work or outdoors. Perfectly sized, it won’t take up much space and features a convenient built-in handle for easy storage and transport
DURABLE CONSTRUCTION. This portable fan is durably crafted using sturdy plastic construction for long-lasting strength and use. It also boasts a patented fan blade design which extends the battery life while maximizing airflow
TWO-SPEED OPERATION. Featuring a powerful 10-inch blade, this fan offers high and low speeds to accommodate your needs. Both settings deliver refreshing air with minimal noise to prevent distractions. Number and Type of Alkaline Batteries: 6-D batteries
EASY TO USE. Position fan face down, slide out the battery door and insert batteries following (+/-) marks, then replace door. Slide switch located on the side of fan to your preferred setting. To operate fan using AC power (120-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz), use supplied adapter only
DUAL POWER SOURCES. For added convenience, the fan runs on six D-cell batteries (not included) or you can plug it in using the included AC adapter. Inserting the adapter plug into the fan disconnects the installed batteries from the circuit
Fans are measured by the full size of their blade span (also called blade sweep), which is the diameter of the circle that you see when the fan blades are in motion. Or, in other words, fan blade span reaches from the tip of one fan blade to the tip of the blade directly across. As such, a 10″ fan is actually larger than 10″ when it includes the outer casing.