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  • Our research indicates that Holmes Dual Blade Twin Window Fan w/ Thermostat (HAWF2030-N) is $5.60 less (20% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $28.
  • The Holmes Dual Blade Twin Window Fan with Thermostat maintains comfort level by drawing in cool air from the outside and cycling on and off as maintained by the comfort control thermostat. -slickdewmaster

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It's worth paying for a better one that has a switch to reverse the fans. Depending on your window, these things can be a PITA to secure in the window, and if you have to take it out and flip it around, that compounds the frustration. Ours is a Holmes with a thermostat (borderline useless though) that also has the switches, one for each fan. Very handy if your room gets afternoon sun and takes awhile to cool down at night.
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If you ditch the thermostat feature, you can get this one [amazon.com] from Amazon with Prime shipping for a few cents less.

If you want to gamble on Warehouse deals, looks like they're getting a lot of damaged box units soon.
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If you ditch the thermostat feature, you can get this one [amazon.com] from Amazon with Prime shipping for a few cents less.

If you want to gamble on Warehouse deals, looks like they're getting a lot of damaged box units soon.
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If you ditch the thermostat feature, you can get this one [amazon.com] from Amazon with Prime shipping for a few cents less.

If you want to gamble on Warehouse deals, looks like they're getting a lot of damaged box units soon.
The one you've linked to is reversible, the op's is not.
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The one you've linked to is reversible, the op's is not.
They are both reversible when you flip the fan around. That's how the ~$25 ones make the claim.
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They are both reversible when you flip the fan around. That's how the ~$25 ones make the claim.
It's worth paying for a better one that has a switch to reverse the fans. Depending on your window, these things can be a PITA to secure in the window, and if you have to take it out and flip it around, that compounds the frustration. Ours is a Holmes with a thermostat (borderline useless though) that also has the switches, one for each fan. Very handy if your room gets afternoon sun and takes awhile to cool down at night.
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The one you've linked to is reversible, the op's is not.
I don't see a reversible switch on the Amazon link that was posted
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It's worth paying for a better one that has a switch to reverse the fans. Depending on your window, these things can be a PITA to secure in the window, and if you have to take it out and flip it around, that compounds the frustration. Ours is a Holmes with a thermostat (borderline useless though) that also has the switches, one for each fan. Very handy if your room gets afternoon sun and takes awhile to cool down at night.
I have one with two fans that can be reversed independently. I just run one fan in each direction but I don't really know why I'm doing that. It would make sense if the two fans were far away from each other but with them being next to each other I don't know if it makes any difference. I get the sun in the morning if that matters.
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It's worth paying for a better one that has a switch to reverse the fans. Depending on your window, these things can be a PITA to secure in the window, and if you have to take it out and flip it around, that compounds the frustration. Ours is a Holmes with a thermostat (borderline useless though) that also has the switches, one for each fan. Very handy if your room gets afternoon sun and takes awhile to cool down at night.
Agreed--when it gets close to the set temp it will only run for a few seconds and then constantly turns on and off--all night long.

The thermostat is more bother than it is worth IMHO.
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I literally just bought this yesterday -
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Has independent directional fans so you do not have to take the fan out of the window and one fan can intake cold air from the outside and exhaust hot air from the inside or vice versa.
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I literally just bought this yesterday -
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Has independent directional fans so you do not have to take the fan out of the window and one fan can intake cold air from the outside and exhaust hot air from the inside or vice versa.
But the two fans are so close to each other, is that feature even useful?
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But the two fans are so close to each other, is that feature even useful?
I've always wondered the same thing. I always have them running in the same direction.
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The best window fans were the 12" or larger single fan units with a switch to reverse air flow. These small dual fans are crap.
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bought the twin fan Holmes(no thermos) in 1998; replaced it this year.
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My Bionaire BW2300 has a remote which I really like
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