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Holmes Electronically Reversible Twin Window Fan HAWF2043-N for $30.79 AC + Free S&H

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Got one myself the other day and not having to flip it in and out of the window is so nice plus it has a thermostat.
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Window fans seem outrageously pricey.
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If your window is big enough, a standard box fan is the way to go. Secure it with some paracord or similar across it and a couple of hooks. WAY more airflow, for less money.
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This has reversible switches on the front very convenient
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I like the basic non digital non fancy window fans so you can plug them into a smart plug to turn on/off with phone. The digital ones won't just come on when they get power you have to fiddle with the settings every time they are turned on
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We've been using one of these for years, it is great. There's a thermostat and the high mode does bring in a lot of air. It's also reversible so you can use it to exhaust air from inside, good for venting oily kitchen air for example.
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I grabbed the non thermostat version from amazon for $6 more. The thermostat can be annoying since you have to cycle it each time to disable and if power goes out and comes back, your fan will have to manually be turn back on.
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Perfect, needed a waterblock cooling fan for my GPU.
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I like the basic non digital non fancy window fans so you can plug them into a smart plug to turn on/off with phone. The digital ones won't just come on when they get power you have to fiddle with the settings every time they are turned on
I'm thinking along the same lines, ideally something much beefier so I can place it out of sight in an unused room, and run it only occasionally.

Shopping for fans is kind of odd, as I can't imagine what features could be more relevant than cubic feet/minute and decibel level, but you can rarely find those details.
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Got mine for 10 bucks at the thrift store
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Can one fan be set to pull and one set to push???

edit:nvm i looked it up
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+1 for a box fan!

I have one of these, you have to cycle through all the settings (pressing the mode button about 6 times) to get it to turn off.

small blades spin fast, so its loud.
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I like the basic non digital non fancy window fans
agreed, i also find the electronic circuit boards ALWAYS fail on these fans after a few years,
so i'm forced to diy hard wire past them to keep using the models with durable fan motors.

i highly recommend this basic one;
https://www.amazon.com//dp/B00005CDPH

it's not powerful, but it's very dependable and whisper quiet so it's great for a bedroom.
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We've been using one of these for years, it is great. There's a thermostat and the high mode does bring in a lot of air. It's also reversible so you can use it to exhaust air from inside, good for venting oily kitchen air for example.
Can the fans be alternated, one draws and then other extracs?
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Can the fans be alternated, one draws and then other extracs?
Yes you can change each fan individually.
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