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Arctic Cove Cordless Misting Fan

By: Danny Lipford
Battery powered Arctic Cove Misting Fan.

Battery powered Arctic Cove Misting Fan.

Find out how to stay cool when working outdoors with the battery powered Arctic Cove Misting Fan.

Misting fan features include:

  • Battery powered operation
  • High and low speed settings
  • Garden hose or 5-gallon bucket water supply
  • Comes with 18-volt battery and charger
  • Over 3 hour run time, 10 hour with Ryobi lithium-ion battery (not included)

The Arctic Cove Misting Fan is available at The Home Depot.

Watch this video to find out more.

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Jodi Marks: When you’re working outside on those warm days, whether in your garden or out on the job site, there are essentials that you need, of course, to have on hand—lots of water, sunscreen, and now this.

This is a misting fan by Arctic Cove. It serves not only as a fan, but also as a water mister. Well, how does this work? Well, it works in number of ways to get the water misting.

First of all if you don’t have access to a garden hose, you can just simply fill up this five-gallon bucket, drop this little hose down in there, and now the fan fits perfectly over there. Turn on the switch, and it’ll start pumping the water through the fan.

If you do, however, have access to a garden hose, you could just simply attach the garden hose right here, and that will feed the water through the fan.

Now the nice thing about this tool is that you don’t have to have electrical power, because it runs on a 18-volt, lithium-ion battery that pops in right here. And it’s compatible with the Ryobi One+ battery.

So if you are working outside and you want to stay cool, this is the perfect solution to do just that.



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