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    I use these in my hammock. it is not rechargeable, but does provide circulation throughout the night. It has a small light and ridgeline clip. While the blades are open, they are foam and don't cause any problem. The whole unit is 5 1/4" and 95 grams. All for a whopping $3.50.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouseskowitz View Post
    I saw that one but didn't think much of it. I'll have to remember it now. Which of the three speeds where you running it at?
    it varies... I usually start of on high to cool off and get to sleep then find myself with a chill after a few hours so I turn it down to medium or low and move it down my ridgeline.
    "Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former."
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtHomeDad View Post
    I use these in my hammock. it is not rechargeable, but does provide circulation throughout the night. It has a small light and ridgeline clip. While the blades are open, they are foam and don't cause any problem. The whole unit is 5 1/4" and 95 grams. All for a whopping $3.50.
    That takes all the fun out of over engineering a solution But it would be a lot cheaper and easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brambor View Post
    I live in Maine and sometimes I'm envious of folks trying to solve problems like that :-)
    I live in Wisconsin, not much better. I think that the season that we need these is shorter than the battery life.

    Mouses, we didn't need these a few weeks ago with all of the wind
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouseskowitz View Post
    That takes all the fun out of over engineering a solution But it would be a lot cheaper and easier.
    I need the time to engineer all of the other strange ideas that you put in my head! I'm telling my wife that it's all your fault!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtHomeDad View Post
    Mouses, we didn't need these a few weeks ago with all of the wind
    That's the truth, had plenty of AC that night. Ran into some interesting toys while looking for a new fan to replace the one on my bed that just died. This crazy unseasonably warm weather has me thinking of summer, supposed to be 77 tomorrow.

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    How much run time do you get for these?

    Quote Originally Posted by AtHomeDad View Post
    I use these in my hammock. it is not rechargeable, but does provide circulation throughout the night. It has a small light and ridgeline clip. While the blades are open, they are foam and don't cause any problem. The whole unit is 5 1/4" and 95 grams. All for a whopping $3.50.

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