Coleman Tent Fan

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Coleman Tent Fan -
The Coleman Tent Fan is a wonderful addition to your tent. Magnet secures fan without harming tent material. Strong air movement with 16-hour continuous run time. Soft pliable fan blade. Mountable anywhere. Operates on 1 D-cell battery (not included). Wt. 12.5 oz.


  • Import


  • Easy mounting
  • Magnet secures fan to tent body
  • Soft pliable fan blade is safe
  • Operates on 1 'D' cell battery (not included)
  • Weight = 12.5 oz
  • 16 hour run time

Circulates fresh air throughout tent. Magnet secures without harming tent material. Uses 1 D battery (not included). Soft pliable fan blade.

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Coleman Tent Fan Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Simple, plain, great

A simple product that works as advertised. My wife has had one for years, I've used it several times and been happy. Used it for a week at scout camp on the battery it had in it and only changed it out at the end of the week. I tried to upgrade to a more complex model with a light and was not happy, now I'm getting one for myself. The fan mounting hole broke out after a couple of years, but the fan still holds and turns. It doesn't put out a lot of air (4 stars), so you may have to fiddle with positioning it.
Jim at Campmor on 07/07/2010

It was a life saver!

This was the perfect small fan to break the heat at the National Jamboree with temps near 100! I bought two. It is gentle, not strong, but nice to sleep with.I was very happy to have it and used it every night for 10 days. The battery lasted longer than I expected! One drawback, the battery door is tricky, but I thought it was worth the $ and I would buy another.
a Scouter at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Great little fan

I have had two of these fans for years and they have turned humid sleepless hours into more pleasurable sleep filled nights. They still work even after years of use. I had a tent that liked to form condensation inside, and one of these fans moved the air enough to help beat that moisture build up. Blade comes off so they pack fairly well.
Motorcycle camper at Campmor on 07/07/2012

improves sleep

The fan is just enough to keep the air moving in the tent and keep some of the bugs away. Quiet so it did not disturb sleep
MPE at Campmor on 07/07/2013

This Fan is great.

This fan workg great for cooling down my camper van on those hot nights. Works on just 1 battery and last about two nights.
They call me ......Tim at Campmor on 10/10/2012

Good product.

This fan can also be laid on its side in the house to cool you off. They last several years when taken care of.
SD Camper at Campmor on 07/07/2012

Exactly what I expected

Does exactly what I expected it to do which is move the air inside the tent when mother nature won't.
seasteve at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Tent Fan cools scouts at Natl. Jamboree!

Small enough to pack. Worked well to help cool tent on hot, humid July days in Virginia. Batteries lasted.
Life Scout at Campmor on 11/11/2010

Negative Reviews:

Good idea poorly executed

The magnet attaches with such force that it rips the battery cover loose when you try to remove it. Eventually the battery cover won't fit tightly enough to secure the fan to the tent.
KCJayHawk at Campmor on 07/07/2011

Good idea, poor design

great idea to move the air in a tent, but uses a D battery and the base is long and narrow so not real stable.
Sue at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Don't buy it.

this item because it's so ineffective at providing cooling air. The fan is too tiny to make any impact on sleepers below.
Amy O. at Campmor on 11/11/2010

Cheap peice of gear

Product broken while trying to put initial set of batteries in it. It is cheap peice of gear not worth buying
Al the Scout Leader at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Neutral Reviews:

OK, but...

Used this fan off and on for 4 years while canoeing/kayaking, car camping & backpacking in south Florida. The results are mixed. On the plus side, it provides enough of a breeze on hot, humid nights to make a bit of a difference. It's quiet, and goes a long way on one D battery. On the con side, it's way too heavy for backpacking, so don't even think about it there. Second, you have to take the blade off to pack it, but over two or three seasons of taking the blade off, now it won't stay on. The blade comes spinning off after a while. Third, the magnetic attachment for the base makes it hard to position. You can't really attach it to the side walls of the tent because it's so heavy that the blade catches on the walls or is hard to position so it hits the campers. We found that attaching it to the tent attic works, but then has a very small area of influence (so of course, my wife gets the fan). Attaching it to the very top of the tent also works, but then no one can feel any air movement.
Tvl at Campmor on 12/12/2010