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Ludger Power and Light EL-8210F Portable 10 Inch Rechargeable Ut

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Ludger Power and Light EL-8210F Portable 10 Inch Rechargeable Ut

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Take your fan on the go with the with Portable 10 Inch Rechargeable Utility Fan. This on the go fan is the perfect tool to keep you cool and comfortable during any job or outing. It includes a built-in FM radio, speaker, and channel scan function to listen to all of your favorite music. There are 4 ultra-bright LED lights built-in making it easy to use and control no matter what time of day. Fan power lasts up to 3 hours on high and 4.5 hours on low. Users can also charge there cellular devices quickly and easily using the USB 5-volt output that can be used with almost any USB cord. Whether you're in the garage working or outdoors camping the Portable 10 Inch Rechargeable Utility Fan has got you covered.

Ludger Power and Light EL-8210F Portable 10 Inch Rechargeable Ut

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