The Best Portable Fans to Take on Every Trip-ipanergy

by Zoe Lin
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The Best Portable Fans to Take on Every Trip-ipanergy

Planning a trip to Disney World, the tropics, or a national park this summer? We highly suggest bringing a portable fan with you to battle the hot weather. Portable fans are small enough to carry in a purse, backpack, or even your pocket, so they're also helpful to have in your everyday life.

There are lots of different types of portable fans, including some that are designed to be worn around your neck and others that can be clipped to almost anything to create a makeshift stand. As long as you're choosing something that fits your activity, won't weigh you down, and has a decent battery life, you'll be good to go.

Our favorite portable fan is the VersionTech Mini Handheld Fan. We love it for its diverse functionality: You can hold it in your hand, fold back the handle and place it on a hard surface, and almost always find a something to clip it on to. While the VersionTech model is our all-around favorite, we have plenty of other recommendations for trips that include things like sightseeing or camping.

These are the best portable fans for all of your travel needs.

Best Budget: Mini USB Personal Fan

Why We Love It: The light modes come in handy when you're using the fan in dark places.

What to Consider: Because it is designed to be worn around your neck, this fan requires you to pull back your hair to avoid getting it caught in the blades.

For affordable, portable cooling that you can use hands-free, the Wowgo wearable fan is a great option. This one has less bells and whistles than other wearable fans on this list, but it still gets the most important job done: keeping you cool while traveling. It also has three speeds and seven colorful light modes, which come in handy when you're dealing with low light. There's also the added convenience of being able to bend the silicone arms to your liking to get optimal air flow. The fan is USB chargeable and will last for anywhere from two and a half to six hours, depending on what speed you're using. Keep in mind that if you have long hair, it's best to pull it back so that it doesn't get wrapped in the fan blades.

by Zoe Lin


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