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Model 4905

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Pro-Performance High Velocity Pivoting Blower Fan

$79.96 /each
  • Great for many job sites
  • Operates quietly
  • Easily portable

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Ready to go when you are. This handy blower fan is the perfect partner for any job. With its pivoting blower head, you can blast air where it is needed the most. It will keep you cool while you're hard at work. No matter what your tasks entail, whether it is changing your oil, painting the walls or washing the kitchen floor, this fan is a perfect tagalong. In addition, the Pro-Performance High Velocity Pivoting Blower Fan also has two 120-Volt accessory outlets, safety circuit breaker with reset button, 10-foot cord with grounded plug and easy grip handle.

  • 3 high velocity speeds
  • High velocity air stream for cooling, ventilating, exhausting, and drying
  • Pivoting blower head for directable air flow
  • Plastic and rust-resistant housing affords durability
  • Ideal for garages, workshops, basements, and work sites
  • Compact design and carrying handle allow fan to be placed where needed
  • Easy-grip handle for project-to-project mobility
  • Two integrated 120-volt accessory outlets for added utility
  • Circuit breaker with reset button offers ease of operation
  • ETL safety listed
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Can you use an extension cord?

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June 18, 2015
I want to use this fan in my garage, but I don't have electricity running to it. Can it be plugged in to an extension cord, like one of the big orange ones?
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August 30, 2016
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Yes you can if one is needed.
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August 3, 2016
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Yes, if you need something longer that the 10 foot cord on the unit. It has two plugs on the unit. The fan can be used as an ext. cord as well.
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March 15, 2016
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Yes, it can be plugged into a good, heavy duty extension cord. Just remember the longer the extension cord, the harder the draw on the electrical breaker.
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October 21, 2015
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Yes, from wall to fan cord, of the same gauge, and if greater distances, such as 100', at least 12 gauge if you're using cascade accessories off the included duplex outlet on the fan's side panel.
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July 14, 2015
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You can use a properly sized extension cord with most any appliance. Your home wiring is all 12 gauge and if you were to use a 10 gauge extension cord, even a heavy duty appliance can be used with a long extension cord. This fan would work well on a 50 foot 14 gauge cord, but if you plan to plug anything into it's outlets I would recommend you use a 12 gauge cord
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Brandon, FL
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July 14, 2015
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I do and it works just fine. I have two: one is plugged into a power strip and the other is plugged into an extension cord. I use the fan's side outlets for anything else I might need to power up for short amounts of time (portable DVD player, etc.)
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June 26, 2015
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The Pro model cord has a 3-prong plug for electrical grounding purposes, so it would require a heavier duty extension cord that accepts the grounding plug.
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June 18, 2015
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An extension cord should ideally not be used.
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Does the level of noise sound like a vaccum cleaner?

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June 12, 2015
Can I talk on the phone near this unit? Will it be annoying near the TV?
Does it sound like a vacuum cleaner?
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Glen Burnie, Maryland
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August 30, 2016
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There is no noise to this fan.
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August 11, 2016
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All you hear is a rush of air. The motor is silent. Quietest fan I've ever owned and still moves a lot of air.
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August 9, 2016
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No, it is a quiet fan.
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March 15, 2016
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This fan is surprisingly quiet considering the amount of air it moves. It does not disturb the phone or TV when set on low (or possibly the other speeds) and it is more quiet than my vacuum cleaner when set on any speed.
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October 21, 2015
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Not even. Much quieter than my former 20" box fan on its lowest setting. We use this fan on the patio to keep bugs away and still talk. Not as quiet as a ceiling fan to be sure, but the fan moves a load of air. You'll be happy with this fan.
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July 21, 2015
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There are three adjustable speeds on this fan. The highest speed is loud but not overwhelming.
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July 14, 2015
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Shelly, I don't find this fan to be exceptionally loud, like a vaccum cleaner. It pretty much sounds like a regular floor fan.
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June 26, 2015
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I have this model, along with two of the smaller versions. The Pro puts out more air and is actually slightly quieter. I LOVE it. I use it at night on low to supplement the a/c, and keep the air moving around me, plus I need white noise to sleep. At about 8 feet away, it would be too much air at speeds 2 and 3. If you were watching tv, you might have to raise the volume one bump, but not much. These are Read More
I have this model, along with two of the smaller versions. The Pro puts out more air and is actually slightly quieter. I LOVE it. I use it at night on low to supplement the a/c, and keep the air moving around me, plus I need white noise to sleep. At about 8 feet away, it would be too much air at speeds 2 and 3. If you were watching tv, you might have to raise the volume one bump, but not much. These are awesome fans, and worth the $$. You'll love it. Read Less
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How many watts or amps does this fan use? I want to use it with an inverter on my work van.

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It's rated at 1.4 amps. Includes a 10 amp breaker protected A/C outlet.
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It has an accessory duplex grounded outlet on the side panel marked 10AMP Max. That would equate to 1500 WATTS. The cord is a heavy cord, 12 gauge.
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August 15, 2015
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The person responding with 8-10 amps has no idea what they're talking about. I measured this fan with a Kill-A-Watt meter and it uses 87 watts on high, 76 on medium, and 64 on low. So you're looking at no more than 1.38 amps at the highest setting.
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August 8, 2015
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I answered this question before as 8 amps but it is actually 10amps....So, 10 amps is what it is and the fan is the greatest EVER it really moves the air....Two thumbs up!
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August 7, 2015
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8 amps
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how many cfm does this unit move?

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I was surprised to not see the CFM as a standard field for a fan in the Specifications page. I don't know and the fan isn't marked. Seat of the pants CFM - on low, in the house is plenty even for larger rooms (20 x 20). Outside, out to 15', low is fine. On high, thirty feet and you'll feel a strong flow of Read More
I was surprised to not see the CFM as a standard field for a fan in the Specifications page. I don't know and the fan isn't marked. Seat of the pants CFM - on low, in the house is plenty even for larger rooms (20 x 20). Outside, out to 15', low is fine. On high, thirty feet and you'll feel a strong flow of air.
http://www.laskoproducts.com/usermanuals/4905ProPerformanceBlowFan.pdf
http://www.laskoproducts.com/model-4905/
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July 21, 2015
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Just talked to Lasko because I was look at purchasing this fan but couldn't find comparative info.
According to Lasko this unit on High puts out 374 CFM
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Jerry, I've had my Pro for over 2 years, and when I bought it, that info was ready available--now I can't find it anywhere, and have forgotten the cfm. All I can say was at the time it was the highest rated cfm for this type of fan. On low, it is even quieter than the smaller Lasko model--I have 2 of those also-- even though it's blowing much more air. If my husband works on the car in the driveway, I'll Read More
Jerry, I've had my Pro for over 2 years, and when I bought it, that info was ready available--now I can't find it anywhere, and have forgotten the cfm. All I can say was at the time it was the highest rated cfm for this type of fan. On low, it is even quieter than the smaller Lasko model--I have 2 of those also-- even though it's blowing much more air. If my husband works on the car in the driveway, I'll run an extension cord under the garage door and set it in the driveway to keep him comfortable while he works (we're in Florida). I use this fan everywhere, inside & out, at the elliptical, etc. and it's great. I even sleep with it on low, it keeps the air moving in the room and I sleep better. If I find any other info, I'll post it. Read Less
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 147 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This monster seriously blows (in a good way) The unit was ready to go, straight out of the box. I use it indoors as an air circulator. Of course knowing this item pivots up and down. It is not an oscillator like the traditional floor fan. I just tilt it toward a wall and the blow circles around the room. I have only used the lowest speed (#1), for fear it will blow away all my wall hangings! Some commenters mentioned the unit being "quiet". I would not say it's absolutely "quiet", but considering the force of air being blown out, I don't mind turning up the TV a few notches. My old Oscillator floor fan made noise but did not have near the blow this thing does. If it were a tad quieter, I'd commandeer this thing to my bedroom! August 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product Fan produce a nice stream of cool air pivoting is nice wish swivel motion was also added. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great buy, great price This fan works Great would recommend it highly. We are using it to keep our garage cool. Quiet, powerful just what I was looking for. August 30, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by blows hot air in a small compressed room I needed a good fan for one of the rooms in my house and i saw the great reviews this had so i was excited to buy it. The room i needed it for has a skyline window so ventilation is scarce. The first night was great, but once the heat started setting in for the summer its nothing but Hot air (of course)bc of no ventilation. Bad thing is the dust it picks up and since the door must remain open it carries. Im a little disapponted August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Great Product This Fan is the best it dose'nt make any noise and it really puts out the air its the best fan I ever bought. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by does a great job it moves a lot of air i use it at work and at home August 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quiet and powerful Just bought my second of the same fan for my wood shop. The first is 4 years old and is quiet, vibration free, has 3 speeds and really pushes a lot of air due to the squirrel cage design. The tilt adjustment and A/C receptacle are icing on the cake. A real winner! August 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great fan! This is our second Lasco fan. Both are strong with a 3 position switch as well. Able to dry carpet or keep you cool. August 16, 2016
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