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Condition:NewType:Heavy Duty Metal 2-Speed FanManufacturer Part Number:RP1179Brand:ROADPROModel:RP1179UPC:n/a
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RP-1179 12V Heavy Duty Metal 2-Speed Fan
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Retail Price $ 39.99
Keep your cool wherever your active life leads you with this great-looking heavy-duty fan. Built solid and sturdy for dependable performance, it offers high/low speeds to keep you perfectly comfortable on the road. An adjustable swivel base and extra-long 7 foot power cord let you put the cool where it counts. Mounts permanently on the dash, top or side panel with the easy-to-use hardware included and plugs right into your lighter/power socket. Another great innovation from RoadPro, your trusted travel companion, bringing the comforts of home to on-the-go living.
Plugs directly into your lighter/power socket
High/low 2-speed operation
7 foot Power cord
Mounts permanently on dash, top or side panel with included
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