Some of the very conventional people don’t like the idea of using a Tent/Portable Camping fan device for their camping tent.
Camping should bring you closer to nature, and if you enjoy wilderness adventures, tent fan might indeed ruin the magic.
But that’s not how you should think about using latest technologies, as all the camping gear you are taking with you is the result of latest generation developments in the field.
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Odoland Portable Ceiling Fan
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Just as you choose the most waterproof material for your tent and the best insulating interior for your sleeping bag, you can as well opt for a device that will make the hot, humid air easier to breathe and sleep in.
And for some people, the hot weather can be physically exhausting as you may sometimes need more than just protection from the sunbeams.
During the scorching heat days of summer, one of the biggest concerns of campers is how to protect their gear and sleeping bags from the sweat and body oils.
This is something to consider, along with the lack of comfort when you can’t find a shady place for your tent.
A portable fan does not have to be big or powerful as it only has to keep cool the small interior of your tent.
Buying A Tent Fan
Things to consider before buying a tent fan:
You don’t need a powerful AC unit for a little tent, and you also don’t need a big noisy one.
You could get a cold, or the noise will make your experience very uncomfortable.
It depends on where you are camping. In areas with lots of humidity, the air is difficult to breathe so the last thing you need is an air cooler that uses mist.
Outdoor Designed Power Cords:
Make sure you have these as the electrical wires must resist rains and mud and anything else around your tent.
You shall not use indoor designed power cords, under no circumstances. You may pay a little more for it but paying a few bucks less and then having to repair it won’t really be of any advantage to you.
Some fans use different accessories for power plugs/units or hangers.
Try to find a model that has everything you need to be included if you don’t want to run shopping for additional items.
Some fans need to be hanged by the ceiling of the tent. Be sure your tent can support the weight of the fan, so you don’t have to worry about any hazard happening.
Needless to say, you will have to make sure that the actual fan has a cage so in case any accident happens you won’ have to worry about hurting anyone or anything.