HLSHCF0611AWM

Holmes HCF0611A-WM Desk Fan

12" Diameter - 2 Speed - Oscillating, Adjustable Tilt Head, Clip-on - 15" Height x 12" Width x 7.9" Depth - Plastic, Metal - White

Our Price $25.51 Each

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Convertible design is perfect for use on desk and table surfaces
Durable grip clip securely fastens to variety of surfaces
Tilt head adjusts to direct airflow where you want for customizable comfort
2 speed-settings let you surround yourself in well-ventilated air
  • Additional Info
SKU
HLSHCF0611AWM
Manufacturer
Jarden Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
HCF0611A-WM
Brand Name
Holmes
Product Model
HCF0611A-WM
Product Type
Desk Fan
Packaged Quantity
1 / Each
Features
Oscillating

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Holmes HCF0611A-WM Desk Fan
 
5.0

(based on 5 reviews)

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5.0

Great little fan!

By Caponacres

from Wild & Wonderful West Viriginia

Comments about Holmes HCF0611A-WM Desk Fan:

This is at least my 4th fan with this title. It is quiet, has a strong grip and is well engineered and manufactured -- it feels very sturdy. The on/off switch is a new design from the others that I have, and I definitely like it! You can very easily use it as a clip-on fan, or you can place it into the stand (as pictured) to sit it on a table. I keep one next to my computer, one on my bed's headboard, and one sets out wherever I am working on a project. I have one also on standby in case I have overnight guests who enjoy a fan nearby. I definitely recommend!

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5.0

8 year veteran

By Rick23

from Boston, MA, United States

Comments about Holmes HCF0611A-WM Desk Fan:

Bought mine 8 years ago and its just begining to die at about 24,000 hours (low ball) of constant use

 
5.0

Love this Fan!

By BobC

from Atlanta, GA, United States

Comments about Holmes HCF0611A-WM Desk Fan:

There are very few black clip-on fans available anywhere. I use this on my treadmill and it works great. Quiet, plenty of air. I almost always have it on low speed. I do no understand why they have a coiled cable, because when extended it puts some strain on the connection, so I would prefer a straight cable, but it is still a 5-star fan.

 
5.0

Great value

By Jordan

from Florida, United States

Comments about Holmes HCF0611A-WM Desk Fan:

Bought this fan in 2012 and have used it every single night until it unfortunately died today in a power surge. I plan on ordering it again, as nothing else I've seen seems to compare. This fan is quiet, easily adjustable, and the clip is quite sturdy. I highly recommend this product!

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5.0

Excellent personal fan

By RENS

from Los Angeles, CA, United States

Comments about Holmes HCF0611A-WM Desk Fan:

I like this table/clip fan because it: (a) is very quiet, (b) has a small footprint when using the clip feature, (c) produces a strong breeze, and (d) has a relatively low cost. Overall it has an excellent value.

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