Battery-operated fan suitable for camping-ipanergy
Are There Fans That Use Batteries?
Fans of all shapes and sizes now come with batteries. Many have lithium batteries that you can recharge with a simple USB cord attached to a laptop, computer, or power bank.
Some depend on alkaline batteries that you have to replace after use, but all battery fans give campers the freedom to create a breeze without depending on 120-volt electricity. Take a fan with you to an outdoor concert or ball game, or hang one from the roof of your tent to circulate air. Cooling down an RV kitchen while cooking can make meal prep more comfortable.
How Long Will a Battery Fan Last?
Depending on the amp hours of batteries you use and the speed set, a fan may be able to run up to 40 hours. A 10040maH battery with a fan set on low can run for 36 hours. However, that battery will only last 8 hours if the speed is high.
Why a Battery Fan Is Perfect for Camping
Power consumption is always a concern when camping, especially if you are boondocking and dependent on your RV’s batteries. A portable rechargeable battery fan is an excellent addition to your equipment.
There’s no need to look for an AC outlet while the generator’s running or worry about the charge in your coach’s battery bank. Take the fan with you anywhere and flip the switch for an instant breeze.
1.2-In-1 Rechargeable Fan and Light
With double the battery size of our first offering, this 2 in 1 rechargeable fan costs about $10 more. It also has a light and a much heavier base for firm support and can run from 8 to 36 hours continuously, depending on the speed you select.
2. Portable Neck Fan
For relief from the heat, try this portable neck fan. It’s hands-free and has two small fans that rotate up to 360 degrees. Recharge it via a USB port by plugging it into a laptop or charging station, then take it to the pool or a summer festival to keep cool. The charge can last from 6 to 48 hours, depending on the speed you use.