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Ryobi

Model # P3320

Internet # 205022215

Store SKU # 1000047803

ONE+ 18-Volt Hybrid Portable Fan (Tool Only)

$39.97 /each

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Ryobi Hero
Feature 1

Fully adjustable, portable and suitable for indoor/outdoor use

Feature 2

Hybrid design conveniently runs off Ryobi 18- Volt ONE+ battery or electric power with an extension cord

Feature 3

Multiple hanging options with screw mounting holes for versatile placement

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VOLTAGE

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18 VOLTS

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cfm

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267

ON HIGH

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BATTERY PLATFORM

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ryobi one+

NI-CD & LI-ION

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Warranty

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3 year

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Keep your home or job site cool with Ryobi's 18-Volt ONE+ Hybrid Portable Fan. You will never run out of power with the convenient option of using a ONE+ battery to run the fan or switching over to electric power with an extension cord for extended use. This compact design enables easy portability, ideal for both indoor and outdoor use.

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  • Hybrid portable fan conveniently runs off Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ battery or electric power with an extension cord
  • Compact design with integrated handle to maximize portability
  • Multiple hanging options with screw mounting holes for versatile placement
  • Fully adjustable to aim air in multiple directions
  • Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use
  • Helps provide comfortable temperatures during power outages
  • Like all 18-Volt ONE+ tools, fan works with any 18-Volt ONE+ battery
  • Battery, charger and extension cord sold separately
  • 3-year warranty

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
19.8 
Product Height (in.) 
19.08 
Product Width (in.) 
13.37 

Details

Batteries Included 
No 
Battery Amp Hours 
0.0 
Battery Power Type 
Lithium Ion 
Battery Size 
Lithium Ion 
Charger Included 
No 
Color Family 
Gray 
Cordless Tool Type 
Specialty 
Cordless/ Corded 
Both 
Number of Batteries Included 
Power Tool Product Type 
Cordless 
Product Weight (lb.) 
2.2 lb 
Reconditioned 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 
Variable Speed 
Yes 
Voltage (volts) 
18 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
3 Years 

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What is the approx run time for this fan?

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Panama City, Fl
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June 22, 2015
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June 18, 2016
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With the smaller lithium with the meter, i got exactly 5.5 hrs on the slow speed. So the higher capacity battery will run longer, maybe 10 hrs on slow speed.
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June 7, 2016
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I bought this with hopes of 10 hrs with the 1.8 Lithium, I have never achieved this. 5-1/2 hours on the low setting, (Charged the battery and timed it until it died, tried twice). 2.3 hours on high (charged, timed and run until it died) If you are running on low and switch to high it may die quickly, like in minutes. ( I ran it at show for 2 hours on low and switched to high and it was dead in a few Read More
I bought this with hopes of 10 hrs with the 1.8 Lithium, I have never achieved this. 5-1/2 hours on the low setting, (Charged the battery and timed it until it died, tried twice). 2.3 hours on high (charged, timed and run until it died) If you are running on low and switch to high it may die quickly, like in minutes. ( I ran it at show for 2 hours on low and switched to high and it was dead in a few minutes). I do outdoor shows and was hoping to make it through a 10 hour day on a charge, I guess another battery is needed for a full day making this a fairly expensive fan! Read Less
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September 1, 2015
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I have an older Ryobi drill set that came with two One+ Ni-Cad batteries and charger. I was interested in buying the fan, but I did not want to spend a lot of money on a lithium battery and charger. So, I took one of my Ni-Cad batteries with me to Home Depot to test it out. I was happy to read on the box that any One+ battery will work on this fan. I tested it out at the store before buying and it worked Read More
I have an older Ryobi drill set that came with two One+ Ni-Cad batteries and charger. I was interested in buying the fan, but I did not want to spend a lot of money on a lithium battery and charger. So, I took one of my Ni-Cad batteries with me to Home Depot to test it out. I was happy to read on the box that any One+ battery will work on this fan. I tested it out at the store before buying and it worked great. The best part is that when I got home I ran the fan for 3 hours on high speed with the Ni-Cad battery. That was well beyond what I had expected. Read Less
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August 11, 2015
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I think I got about 11 hours on the low setting with the 4 ah battery. It will eat a battery on high speed.
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July 26, 2015
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My best guess is about an hour, depends on the speed setting, and the quality of your battery.
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July 25, 2015
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I get around 7 hours on high with the large lithium+ battery- used almost daily.
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Waldorf, Md
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July 21, 2015
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over 4 hours non stop run time on fully charged big battery.
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Dayton, ohio
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July 21, 2015
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Sorry but I don't know how long this will run on your batteries. I have the full lithium sized battery, not compact. It was fully changed and it lasted over 4 hours. If you have access to electric, you can use an extension cord to power it. Hope this helps.
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July 14, 2015
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I use electrical power most of the time but battery power last about 6 hrs
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June 30, 2015
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These are great little air movers. With the 4Ah (Large) Battery I get between 10 to 11 + hours. Now with the smaller lithium batteries I am getting about 5-7 hours. Hope this Helped. You should see the difference in batteries Large & the 2 different type Smaller Lithium Batteries. The Smaller one that has a Fuel Guage button lasted 7.25 hours (On Low). The Plain Black Lithium Battery lasted a bit less Read More
These are great little air movers. With the 4Ah (Large) Battery I get between 10 to 11 + hours. Now with the smaller lithium batteries I am getting about 5-7 hours. Hope this Helped. You should see the difference in batteries Large & the 2 different type Smaller Lithium Batteries. The Smaller one that has a Fuel Guage button lasted 7.25 hours (On Low). The Plain Black Lithium Battery lasted a bit less for some reason at between 5.75 hours (On Low).
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Christiansburg, VA
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June 30, 2015
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With the large lithium Ion battery it will run approximately 10 hours on low setting.
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June 30, 2015
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Depends on the battery you use. I have the high capacity LithIon+ and if the fuel gauge on the battery is at all accurate, the run time should be well over 8 hours on low. This is an estimation though as I have not just run it from a full charge and timed it.
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June 27, 2015
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I can't tell you exactly how long the fan will run for several reasons. First it is a two speed fan and secondly I don't know what size battery you are using. What I can tell you is that I used the fan on the slower setting with a fully charged Ryobi One + High capacity Li-Ion for 6 hours and it was still going strong when I shut it off. Run time will be less depending on the battery capacity and I Read More
I can't tell you exactly how long the fan will run for several reasons. First it is a two speed fan and secondly I don't know what size battery you are using. What I can tell you is that I used the fan on the slower setting with a fully charged Ryobi One + High capacity Li-Ion for 6 hours and it was still going strong when I shut it off. Run time will be less depending on the battery capacity and I suggest using the Li-Ion batteries instead of the NI-Cad simply because they will run the fan at full capacity instead of gradually fading like a Ni-Cad battery will do,. Read Less
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June 26, 2015
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We had fan running on high ,using the large lithium battery, and it lasted about 8 hours. We had taken an extra battery with us ,but did not need it.
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These are great little air movers. With the 4ah (Large) Battery I get between 10 to 11 + hours with the smaller lithium battery getting about 4-5 hours. Hope this Helped.
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Will my Craftsman drill battery work for this fan?

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December 13, 2015
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I wish. Each manufacturer molds their batteries to fit their specific products. You can take your Craftsman drill-battery into Home Depot and try to put it into any of the display power tools next time you're in there if you want a 2nd opinion.
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I don't think so. The battery-to-tool contacts are not compatible.
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August 16, 2015
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No, it takes Ryobi 18 Volt batteries like in the attached picture, I hope this helps.
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No.
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No. You need to use a Ryobi 18V battery
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August 11, 2015
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Sorry granny but the answer is no it will not.
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August 10, 2015
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Hi Granny. Unfortunately the craftsman battery will not work on the Ryobi product. Hope this helps!
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What is the CFM on high

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February 2, 2016
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Jerry, unfortunately the fan is not rated in CFM. If you have any questions, you can contact us at 1-800-525-2579.
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Hi Jerry,
I'm surprised that the engineers who designed this nice compact fan did not specify the airflow. The RPM at high speed is 2,100 (on the product label). The CFM (airflow) is directly proportional to the RPM and depends on several other factors such as the blade type, static pressure and horsepower of the motor. Without the fan curve for this specific fan or the proper testing equipment, only an
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Hi Jerry,
I'm surprised that the engineers who designed this nice compact fan did not specify the airflow. The RPM at high speed is 2,100 (on the product label). The CFM (airflow) is directly proportional to the RPM and depends on several other factors such as the blade type, static pressure and horsepower of the motor. Without the fan curve for this specific fan or the proper testing equipment, only an estimate can be provided. Since this fan stands in free air we can assume 0 inches of SP. Also assume no load so HP becomes less critical. My guess based on experience and comparisons with several fans of similar size and design: At 2,100 RPM a 7.5 inch diameter, 3 blade, axial flow, disc blade fan at 0 inches SP should move approximately 200 cubic feet per minute of air.
I'm retired and no longer have access to a velometer, but this should be in the ballpark.
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I don't know that trying to express the airflow of this product in terms of cfm is worthwhile. First, there is the issue of the effects of temperature and pressure on a cubic foot of air. Better just to say that this small, portable fan is quite capable of cooling from a few feet away and provides good ventilation for a small space, say 200-300 cubic feet.
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I don't know the exact cfm, but it will move some air on high. It will also eat a battery pretty fast on high as well. It blows as well as any other fan of this size I have used before.
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I don't know the CFM on high speed and have no way to measure it but I was a little disappointed but after using it for a month I am more than happy with the fan. I can run it all day long on high speed with the 4 AH battery.
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July 26, 2015
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I have no idea, but we constantly use it in our vehicle to keep our small dog cool while we may be in shopping somewhere. It does put out some air.
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Sorry Jerry but I have no answers for you on that one. I did research it though for you but I couldn't find any ratings for the CFM output for this fan. I own one & it is a handy little fan to have around. It is pretty quite on low but on high it is a bit noisy. They do move some air though. Hope this helped.
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Does anybody else think this fan is LOUD?

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I just picked this up from Home Depot. I got really surprised regarding its noise level after I turned it on. I read all the reviews on this fan, but did not read anyone commenting on the noise. Anyway, I think this is loud. What do other people think about the noise on this thing? Should I return it and get another one?
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June 29, 2016
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It moves a lot of air tho. Most have some some sound?
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June 28, 2016
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The only 'quiet' fan I have ever heard was a Dyson and even it makes noise. The only noise I could hear was from the movement of the air--no motor noise, so in my opinion it is not loud. I actually thought mine was quiet given the amount of air movement it provided.
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Its not silent. It is somewhat noisy, more so than a lot of larger tabletop fans are. It does seem to move a lot of air though.
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Its extremely hard to respond to a question that is so subjective such as noise level. You really need to furnish decibel readings for comparison, but then the measurement methods may be different as well. All I can say is the fan I have is not silent such as a ceiling fan or even as some table top fans are. Our fan noise is not objectionable to us, but we are used to some white noise while sleeping Read More
Its extremely hard to respond to a question that is so subjective such as noise level. You really need to furnish decibel readings for comparison, but then the measurement methods may be different as well. All I can say is the fan I have is not silent such as a ceiling fan or even as some table top fans are. Our fan noise is not objectionable to us, but we are used to some white noise while sleeping anyway. If you were expecting a quiet, nearly silent fan, this one just isn't. We use it at the campsite and in the motorhome so the noise level really isn't that much of an issue for us. Unless you are hearing a rough bearing type noise indicating a motor problem, I really doubt another one is any different that what you now have. Read Less
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June 18, 2016
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Hello Shopper, Yes. I agree this fan is loud & mine has a funny rattle to it on low but it goes away on high. This fan is noisy all together, especially on high. Hope this Helped.
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Its a bit loud , yet you won't find a fan that can run on a battery or plug in.
It a great value and creates a 2 speed breeze ..
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 140 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by poor quality control Bought this fan for camping and I was excited to use it since I have plenty of Ryobi batteries. The option to use my existing batteries or AC power sold me on this fan. I must have gotten a defective fan because when I hooked up the battery to it, it ran in reverse. Air was blowing out the back on both speeds. I also tried plugging up an extension cord to it but then the fan didn't turn on at all. I'll return it and buy another one. maybe I got a dud. July 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by nifty fan This fan is a great buy. I have used it twice and with the new 4 Ah p-108 high capacity battery, it will run for 10 hours on low speed. It will run 4-6 hours on high speed. It moves enough air to help keep an area cool enough to work, or live in comfort when camping or just relaxing outside. I am impressed with this fan and the way it works. It can be hung on any type of upright pole or wood stud with the hook on the back. It is sturdy enough to use on a table top as well. Another feature is the ability to use an extension cord as well. I would recommend this to my friends. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Fan Nice Fan. Fairly Quiet on low setting. Portable. Like the fact I can plug in an extension cord if necessary. Compact lithium battery lasts quite a long time. I would recommend this. Bought it a little cheaper, because battery was not included but I have about 6 other batteries around. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this Fan I bought this fan to take to an outside music venue. We go weekly and it really helps keep my wife and I cook on the hot Memphis summer nights. I would purchase this product again. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Powerful, versatile fan Very long lasting with battery, strong and powerful. We also use it with a cord when 120v power is available. Primarily used on our yacht, but it can travel to any location that needs some ventilation from painting, cleaning, sanding, etc. We love it- July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great personal fan I really like this fan. I place it near me when needed. Not designed for more than about 15 feet away, it is a personal fan. It is both AC and ONE+ battery operated so it can be used on new construction w/o ac power. It will use a small battery up in a single shift even on low so keep your charger around or use a larger capacity battery. Again, I really like this usit. July 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best battery fan! Ordering on line was an easy experience. Shipping was fast so good service over all from Home Depot. July 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome purchase! Perfect for tent camping This fan ran off of a 4ah battery for 36 hours on a mixture of high and low speed settings. This literally helped me sleep during the hot summer nights camping this past weekend! Great product! July 19, 2016
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