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Electric Doorway Fan

Item #13416
8 reviews
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Circulate warm or cool air between rooms to save energy and help balance house temperature. Fits snugly in upper corner of doorway. Swivel bracket (not shown) even lets you direct the airflow. Motor is completely silent, uses less electricity than a 15-watt bulb and delivers 50 cubic feet of air per minute (cfm).
  • Includes mounting hardware and extra long, 12-foot cord with in-line switch
  • 4¾" sq, 4 lb
  • Imported

Customer Reviews of Electric Doorway Fan
Product Rating: 3.9 out of 5.0(8 reviews)
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- 1/7/2012
said: Eileen Stoner
"Absolutely great, just as advertised. We use in 1928 house with high ceilings that trap the hot air in the rooms. We put in the room with the wood burner and it pushes the hot air into the other rooms. Very mighty for its size .... And quiet."
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- 11/29/2011
said: Al
"Awesome fan! Solid construction and design. Quiet and efficient. This fan puts the cheaply made plastic alternatives to shame! I installed it easily and got immediate (great) results."
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- 2/22/2011
said: Carrie Hartley
"The fan was easy to assemble and mount. The fan runs so quietly I have to place my hand in front of it to feel the airflow, and boy, what airflow the fan provides! The long cord is a bonus. Great product!"
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- 11/1/2010
said: Peggy
"If you have a woodstove you need this. These fans are so quiet that you have to look at them to see that they are on, and the cord is long so you don't need an extension cord to reach an outlet. I think only Lehman's has them, and they sell out, so don't wait!"
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- 10/23/2010
said: Julie
"We bought 2 of these fans to help circulate heat from our new wood burning cookstove. They run quietly and move a lot of air. I figured out that the room ceiling fans should be off to move the most ammount of heated air through the one-story house. I really like these and I do reccommend them."
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- 12/12/2013
said: GT
"I gave this 3 stars but in reality it should be around 2.5. The fan is not silent, it is very quiet, but not silent. Before mounting, I plugged it all in to test it, then removed the power cord so I could get the fan on the wall. When I unplugged the power from the fan, the plastic mount that held the wires came off the fan and broke in half. Since the wires to the motor were already very short, it was a bit tedious to get it all back together and snapped into place on the housing again. It moves air, I will admit that, however I am not sure that it moves enough to justify the $43 that I paid for the fan. I have a small plastic swivel 10" fan that is a bit louder but it moves quite a bit more air, and I paid $8 for it. This one will more than likely be returned."
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- 12/10/2013
said: Marty
"This fan moves air well, but it is not as quiet as expected. We bought one from Lehman's several years ago, that is barely audible. The ones we just bought give a constant background hum, which is annoying. It appears to be a different manufacturer than the previous one purchased and definitely not as quiet. It's disappointing."
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- 6/17/2012
said: wakuwaku
"I tried and tried and cannot make it fit snugly into doorway corner. It hangs sideways. It is not silent, either."
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