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Register Booster Fan with Remote Control

Register Booster Fan with Remote Control

Register Booster Fan with Remote Control

Item #: 65070F
Average Customer Rating: (4 out of 5 based on 1 review)
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Register Booster Fan with Remote Control helps keep "problem" rooms at a comfortable temperature year-round.

The temperature in so-called problem rooms doesn't match the thermostat; these rooms are generally chilly in winter and/or hot in summer and are often distant from the central furnace or air conditioning unit.

For use with forced air heating/cooling systems only.

Solves the problem of problem rooms by pulling extra air from the duct to raise or lower the temperature of a room by 3 to 5 degrees F. Built-in temperature sensor with automatic on/off function.

Slides directly into a standard 6" x 10" or 6" x 12" floor register and plugs into a standard outlet. (For wall or ceiling mounts, you will need to drill two screw holes and attach it to the surface using standard screws.)

Register booster fan includes a 6' power cord that can be attached to either the front or back of the unit.

One size fits 6" x 10" or 6" x 12" register. 120 volts; 0.70 amps max; 14 watts; sound level 32-35 dBA; three-speed fan. Color: almond. Costs approximately $5.00 per year to operate. 1-year mfg. warranty.

Main photo above accompanied the product review below by David Dowe.

Sorry, product discontinued.

Product Reviews

  AirFlow Breeze Ultra Register Booster Fan,
Posted By: - verified customer   Location: GA   How often do you shop at Comfort House: first time
I bought the AirFlow Breeze Ultra Register Booster Fan to help cool down a bedroom in my house that I use as an office. The bedroom is South facing and gets warm compared to the rest of the house even though the vent damper is wide open. The fan is functioning as advertised and is placed 8 feet high on a wall. I used the rear power jack to run the power supply cord into the attic so no wires are showing. An improvement to the fan would be to make the remote sensor on the fan omnidirectional. As it is, I have to hold my hand as high as I can to make temperature adjustments or to turn the unit on or off. This is somewhat scary as I have a ceiling fan spinning right above my hand. Otherwise this would be a 5 star review. I plan on buying another one for another south facing bedroom and possibly one for the master bedroom as my wife is always telling me to make it warmer or cooler in that room.


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