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Product description

USB personal fan features a two-speed design to provide a cooling breeze that meets your personal preference. Quiet operation keeps you comfortable without disturbing those around you. Versatile construction can be placed on flat tabletops or clamped or mounted to wood or metal. Adjustable fan head lets you easily direct cool air where you need it most. Compact fan is perfect for nightstands, tabletops, desks, countertops and more.

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