Model # 2137

Internet #202019811

Lasko 7 in. Twin Window Fan


7 in. Twin Window Fan

  • Produces great air flow
  • Operates quietly
  • Easy to adjust
$7274 /each

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Product Overview

The versatile 7 in. Twin Window Fan cools both day and night! Set on exhaust during the day, the fan creates a refreshing indoor breeze that expels accumulating heat. Set on intake at night, it draws in the cool evening air. Fits most double-hung, casement and sliding windows.

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Name 7 in. Twin Window Fan 8 in. Electrically Reversible Twin Window Fan with Thermostat 7 in. Twin Window Fan
Brand Holmes Lasko Lasko
Ratings (38) (102) (46)
Thermostat No Yes No
Assembled Height (in.) 22.7 in 12 in 10.5 in
Ionizing No No No
Mounting style Window Window Window
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor Indoor Indoor
Number of Fan Speeds 2 2 2
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Customer Questions & Answers

Does the fan effectively protect from rain intrusion? If not, how best to do so.

Does the fan effectively protect from rain intrusion? If not, how best to do so.
Asked by: skees
No, this fan does not effectively protect from rain intrusion.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-06-11

Why does this fan cost so much compared to the 8" electronically reversible model and looks so cheap?

Asked by: Ian
Hi Ian, prices of items are subject to many factors including a national average set by our corporate office along with collaboration from our manufacturers and vendors, where the merchandise is being sold, the type of materials and labor used to create the product, and other various, related aspects of online merchandising. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
Answered by: THDSupport
Date published: 2017-06-08

Is this window fan battery operated?

Asked by: Stork
No, this fan is not battery operated.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-09-21

How much electricity waits

Asked by: Adriana
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Customer Reviews

7 in. Twin Window Fan is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 46.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst purchase ever This is product is not reversable!! The description online makes it sound like it is. The only way to reverse this product is to physically remove it from the window and flip it over. Unlike all the other window fans for sale at homedepot there is no electronic switch to reverse airflow. The description is misleading. I have no idea why this one is so much more expensive when it has less features than the others offered from the same company.
Date published: 2016-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from quiet. which is great quiet. which is great
Date published: 2017-05-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from NOT reversible if you are looking for a reversible fan, DO NOT buy this product. like another reviewer here i assumed that reversible meant there would be a switch to change the direction on the air flow. that is NOT the case. to reverse the flow of air, you have to take it out of the window and physically turn the entire fan around. not the easiest thing to do with the window flaps in place and several stories up. maybe i'm naive, but if you use this company's definition of reversible would AL fans be reversible if you just turned them around? if thats the case, save yourself a lot of money and buy an inexpensive box fan and just rotate. this product is definitely NOT worth the full price!
Date published: 2013-08-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Look carefully before buying (Re: Reversible) I bought this fan at the end of season when it was marked down to half of what it is now so I wasn't terribly upset once I installed it and realized it's not as they make it sound. The "set to reversible" to me would indicate it's like every other reversible fan that has a switch to make it intake or exhaust. With this fan, set means you have to literally have to remove it from the window turn it around and put the window back down on it. If y ou're like me and installed as I did - it was installed with the side flaps and sealed so no bugs would come in and if it was turned off, minimal air would come in. For all intensive purposes if you look at the fan as this company describes it - ALL fans are thus reversible because all you have to do is turn them around. Every time I see this fan advertised I feel compelled to rate it because it is a very frustrating thing and had I paid full price I would have returned it because I can't reverse mine now and ruin the casing I've sealed around it. Other than that, the fan runs all the time and is so far a workhorse (9 months later). I gave it a 3 simply because it is a workhorse and the value for what I paid. Had I paid full price, again I would have returned it and I would have rated it a 1, maybe 2. Hope that helps to get full disclosure on how it operates because it doesn't have anything to set unless the company means set to exhaust/intake by setting it on the window sill. LOL
Date published: 2010-05-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from adequate for my needs I bought this fan only because it was the only one that fit our my small window. It is almost crude in its simplicity. It turns on and off and has 3 speeds on a crude dial. There is no remote control and it only blows in one direction. Also, it is not very powerful. I didn't know they still made fans like this! But it does the job..
Date published: 2016-07-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just the ticket This is our second Lasko. We moved and had an extra window needing to be cooled in the time between turning off the heat and needing to turn on the AC. It's quiet and moves a good amount of air. Perfect for bringing in fresh spring air. Also, we sometimes flip in around and use it to draw warm air out.
Date published: 2013-04-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good fan We got this fan for our Upstairs bedroom and it works good at night, but to use exhaust part you have to turn it around in the day and switch it at night. Other than that it works good from sundown to sunrise.
Date published: 2010-04-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from buy the pelonis fan 260 cfm?!??!?! That is laughable. The Pelonis 9 in twin window fan can move up to 1400, is quieter and is cheaper.
Date published: 2013-07-09
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