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null 9 in. Twin Window Fan

9 in. Twin Window Fan

  • Produces great air flow
  • Operates quietly
  • Easy to adjust
$34.96 /each

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Product Overview

The Pelonis 9 in. Twin Window Fan features dual motors and 3 speed settings to help meet your cooling needs. The built-in thermostat automatically turns the fans on and off at a pre-selected temperature, while the reversible control draws air in or blows air out for maximum comfort. The side panels are extendable to fit in double-hung and slider windows of different sizes and the fan housing is made of plastic for durability.

  • 3 speed settings offer adjustable airflow options
  • Circulates up to 1,400 CFM for a powerful performance
  • Built-in thermostat control activates the fan at a pre-selected temperature
  • Plastic housing material helps provide durability
  • Fits double-hung and slider window styles
  • Twin motors deliver a powerful air exchange in an open window
  • Electric intake/exhaust reversible control offers 2-directional use
  • Draws 70 watt of power
  • Extendable panels offer a proper fit in windows of various sizes
  • UL listed for safety
  • Seal your windows to keep the elements at bay and utility bills low. Check out our Project Guide for helpful tips.
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Customer Questions & Answers

does the slight arch along the top edge of the fan housing keep the window from closing flat down on the fan? Seems a little odd? Thanks.

Asked by: Jamie
Yes, it did interfere with closing the window on my relatively "old house", built in 1964. I cut the top "fins" off and everything is good. Great product. I bought my first one last Spring and still running strong. I am going to pick up another one next week for one of the other rooms. You can not go wrong with this one, trust me. I have been through far too many and it has been a relief to finally find this fan.
Answered by: Ferriswheel
Date published: 2017-04-14

does this window fan work alot better than a box fan?

Asked by: scooter
I have owned many box fans and the one thing they can do that this fan cannot do, is set on the floor and pointed anywhere. But if you want a fan to go in the window and pull air in or blow air out, this fan is far better than any box fan. It's also better built and quieter. It is the best fan I've ever owned.
Answered by: dpurser
Date published: 2016-08-29

Can you leave one fan off while the other is on? While using the thermostat function?

My window is tiny. This twin fan will fill the entire window, so one fan would be on the closed side and one on the open side. I need to be able to leave the fan on the closed side off so it won't waste a lot of electricity and/or try to push itself out of the window. I can't seem to find a window fan small enough for just the open side, so this twin fan seemed like my next best option.
Asked by: SarahGirl
Answered by: Buddy
Date published: 2016-05-30

Is the fan electrically reversible?

I noticed in the picture, a switch to draw air in, or to exhaust it. In some of the reviews, people were saying you had to physically turn the fan around in the window, to exhaust air. Did they miss the switch on their fan, or the fan they purchased is different from the fan in the picture?
Asked by: lhasty
The fan has a switch that Allows both fans to pull air in and also reverses both fans to push air out. It also has a setting that will set one fan to draw air in and the other fan to push air out.
Answered by: dpurser
Date published: 2016-07-19
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Customer Reviews

9 in. Twin Window Fan is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 415.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from There is simply no way this fan produces anywhere near 1400CFM. I think it's more likely 140CFM. ... There is simply no way this fan produces anywhere near 1400CFM. I think it's more likely 140CFM. It's a nice looking fan, put together well, but it in no way, shape or form produces the amount of air it claims and since that's pretty much the main criteria on which to judge a fan, this one gets 1 star. Also, the accordion panel on the side locks into place which is a nice feature except for the fact that the lock is on top and bottom. The top is easy to lock, the bottom is not, because as you attempt to slide out the panel, the weight of the fan depresses the lock. That flaw could be overlooked if it drew out a lot of air. It just doesn't. Your basic microwave fan or bathroom fan is likely rated at 300CFM or less and both are more powerful. If I hadn't lost the receipt this would be going back. *Picture taken right before removing from the window. Installed there was a piece of foam underneath to seal up the gap and a white panel above with another piece of foam to get the location in the upper window at the right height and seal it to any leaks coming in. Picture was more to demonstate I actually own the product, since I bought it in store.
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super handy fan/extractor It's very easy to set up. Very versatil. I use it in a Food truck, where I need to remove it to drive, and re-install it once stationary, and even then it's very practical. Works great. I have use for it, both, bringing air in, and also extracting the air out, depending whether it is just parked, or being occupied. I've had these units before in an apartment window, and it also worked great there, removing stale air out of the bedroom. By using two units in opposing areas of the dwelling (one out, and one in) you'll be able to have a steady movement of air current throughout the whole area in between. I just love those units.
Date published: 2016-05-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Designed to self destruct after 1 year. Worked ok all summer. Put it up into the attic working, t... Designed to self destruct after 1 year. Worked ok all summer. Put it up into the attic working, the next year all the sudden the fans will barely spin. The only thing that changed was it sat in an attic over-winter. Thats all it took to break this. Also, they dont write the brand name anywhere on the fan, my opinion is that they do this so that when the fan self destructs (which it is designed to do) you wont be able to look up the fan and write a bad review. Luckily I searched through the pictures until I found this to write this review.
Date published: 2017-03-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from good while it works Was good but lasted not even 6 months. Not from every day use either.
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BFF - Best Fan Forever Very sturdy construction, but light weight. Thin enough that I could leave the screen in place, so no bugs. Incredibly quiet and unobtrusive. I'm using it as a vent fan for a bathroom, so the small size is a plus. It even fits behind the plantation shutters! I love the 'exchange' setting which draws air in with one fan and blows it out with the other. Installation took 3 minutes max. You won't go wrong with this fan.
Date published: 2016-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from it's been workin' for 5 years This thing has been running for 5 years so far. Still looks & works like new. I have it in my garage, which I turned into a poker room and my buddies all smoke cigars & cigarettes. You can see the smoke just pour out the window. Both fans are sucking out of course. You can actually feel the draft coming from the gaps in the garage doors, so it has good suction and draft. Overall, this little piece of plastic cranks!!! I had to modify above with a perfectly cut piece of cardboard in the area that the fan doesn't cover, which helps a lot too. When it rains, I take it out of the window.
Date published: 2014-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product has great features. Better than ones twice the price I used the same Pelonis unit for two seasons; the 3rd season I found one of the fans no longer worked. I bought another brand for twice the price with digital read out and temp settings. I returned it to the store after a couple days and found another Pelonis 9" at Home Depot. The Pelonis knobs are large and easy to locate at night. The fans work independently. One can exhaust hot air out while the other blows cool air in or you can run only one fan. The fan speed controls allow you to adjust the fans separately or there is a knob for both at once. I bought two units and put one away for the future. Great options and price! Two years running almost constantly through the summer.
Date published: 2012-07-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I don't know, why ship to me bad twin window fan, one of fan it does not work. Why? I don't know, why ship to me bad twin window fan, one of fan it does not work. Why?
Date published: 2016-10-26
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