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t_c 25 33 June 16, 2016 at 10:40 AM in Outdoors (2) More Home Depot Deals
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Last Edited by annie930ny June 16, 2016 at 11:22 AM
Home Depot has the Arctic Cove bucket-top battery powered misting fans on sale for $80 again.

http://homedepot.com/p/Arctic-Cov.../205744083
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Was $60 during the last deal.
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Home Depot has the Arctic Cove bucket-top battery powered misting fans on sale for $80 again.

http://m.homedepot.com/p/Arctic-C.../205744083

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Last edited by wuzzy June 16, 2016 at 11:26 AM.
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Just make your own for $10!
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That just seems so overly expensive.
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Just make your own for $10!
I don't know how, but there has got to be a way.
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I don't know how, but there has got to be a way.
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I think even $50.00 is high but it is cool. uh no pun intended.
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I think I got it for $60 last time. completely worth it - especially if you live in a place like Arizona. we are expected to be in 120s this weekend. The great thing is that it is portable and uses a Ryobi 18V lithium battery that comes with it. It drops the temps and if you are out chilling by the pool or patio, it is so worth it. People see this and go out and get their own whenever I bring it to my daughter's soccer game
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"5-gallon bucket sold separately"

You'd think they could throw in a bucket that's free advertisement for them!
It's easy enough to get a freebie from Costco or Walmart bakeries, but it'd be nice if they sold a complete package.
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This can take Ryobi 18V batteries (the included battery seems to be 1.3mAh, or comparable to the basic Ryobi P102 battery that comes with most of the Ryobi power tools), and if you don't want the battery, and don't want to see if it'll go on sale for $60 again, you can get this without battery for $60 now, but it'll have to be shipped to home (free over $45) or store (free).

If you're near a water hose connection you could whip up a misting fan [instructables.com] with just a fan (and probably extension cord), a misting kit [homedepot.com] (about $15-25), and zip-ties. Mind the electricity and water though. If you're not near a water hose connection, you'd have to add a pump to the build. Neither option would be as portable as the bucket + battery setup, and $60+bucket, w/o battery, is an ok price but can certainly go on sale towards the end of the season.
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Last edited by mangodrink June 17, 2016 at 05:58 PM.
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"5-gallon bucket sold separately"

You'd think they could throw in a bucket that's free advertisement for them!
It's easy enough to get a freebie from Costco or Walmart bakeries, but it'd be nice if they sold a complete package.
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The Walmart bakery will give requesters 5 gallon buckets?
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Cheaper to just stay inside.
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