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WANG XIN Personal Portable Fan USB Desk Fan 8 inch Small Ultra Q

$41

WANG XIN Personal Portable Fan USB Desk Fan 8 inch Small Ultra Q

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Product description

USB Small Desk Fan 3 Speeds Battery Operated Rechargeable Table Fan for Home, Office, Bedroom, Camping, Dormitory

Take your hot flashes away
Feel hot when working or studying on front of a computer?
Wanna a small fan but with powerful airflow?

Our desk fan will help you with all the troubles!
It will be a must of your office supply.
Not only is it quiet,but also it has 3 different speed settings and easily plugs into a USB.
To direct the air to your face by adjust the fan head.

Features
* USB power supply desktop fan
* 360 Angels adjustable
* Powerful airflow
* Ultra-quiet
* Single button
* Easy to clean

Specification;

Material:ABS/SilicaGel
Weight:370g Input:5V==
Recharging Current :1.0A
Working Wattage:2W-7.5W
Item Size:7.7in*4.6in*8.3in

Note:
1. Don't use water to wipe it or touch the water, can use wet cloth.
2. When pulling the power line, should be careful, don't pull the power cord hard.
3. Put it at the place that out of kids reach.
4. When it is working, don't put your hands in the fan.

Package include:
1 X Desk fan
1 X USB power cable

WANG XIN Personal Portable Fan USB Desk Fan 8 inch Small Ultra Q

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