Dimplex Rechargeable Cooling Desk Fan - the ultimate in portability.
The Dimplex DXRCF 5 inch Recharagable Desk fan is easy to move from desk to sideboard or room to room without any constraint. It has 4 fan speed settings and will run for up to 15 hours (on lowest speed setting) on a single charge.
Thanks to its powerful DC motor, you can enjoy a maximum air flow of up to 4.2m/s, with the option to dial down the speed of the fan to suit your requirements. The Dimplex Cooling Desk Fan has also been awarded a Quiet Mark approval, so it won't be distracting.
The direction of airflow can be directed vertically thanks to a 90 degree manually adjustable tilting head. The DXRCF comes with a 3 year guarantee when regsitered online. To recharge, you simply just plug the supplied cable into a USB charging port.
Air Purifier: N
Cooling Fan: Y
Cooling Fans Type: Desk top
Depth: 153 MM
Energy Rating: No Rating
Extractor Fan: N
Recharegable desk fan with upto 15 hours battery life - keeping you cool on the go.
Quiet Mark Approved with a low decebel rating of just 35 dBA - ideal for night time use.
Rechargable battery via a USB plug provides 4 hours of use on high speed and 15 hours on low speed.
4 speed settings allowing you to choose the air flow right for you.
Ideal all around the home including desk, bedside table, garden, gym or where access to a plug is not available.
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