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Home | Technology | ( 5 ) | Subscribe | Post reply Posted by Chiboy on Tuesday June 2, 2015 9:49:45:
Has anyone purchased a rechargeable fan before? What are your experiences? I recently purchased one and I'm really loving it. I bought it online and it also came with a warranty but it has been working fine since then. All I need to do is charge it always and I'm able to use it for up to 6 hrs even when there is no NEPA. It is better than traditional fans since it can work when NEPA goes off.
The only problem I have with it is that it doesn't work for 24 hrs and I wish they did one that can last up to that.
Re: Using Rechargeable fans in Nigeria Posted by Kenneth on Tuesday June 2, 2015 at 10:3:34: I have one but it no longer works up to 2 hrs. What do I do?
Re: Using Rechargeable fans in Nigeria Posted by Felix Okoli on Tuesday June 2, 2015 at 10:4:2: You can always change the battery if it no longer works as long as it's supposed to.
Re: Using Rechargeable fans in Nigeria Posted by Godwin on Tuesday June 2, 2015 at 10:4:47: As Chioma mentioned, does anyone know how to make it work for up to 24 hrs rather than just 6 or 7 hrs?
Re: Using Rechargeable fans in Nigeria Posted by Felix Okoli on Tuesday June 2, 2015 at 10:6:49: You may have to make use an extra battery supply to make it work for that long. You can install an inverter-battery power system to use along with the fan for it work that that long or you may just buy 6 units of the fan and use them for 6 hrs each. Bottomline is that you need extra batteries or batteries with higher capacity to make it work for longer.
Re: Using Rechargeable fans in Nigeria Posted by Arinze Martin on Tuesday June 2, 2015 at 16:30:11: I love mine. Imagine what it feels like having your fan working even when NEPA has disappointed you. I wish we also had other cool stuff to buy like rechargeable decoders and rechargeable tvs.
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