The Windchiller™ Personal Hand Held Misting Fans are the most advanced Personal Hand Held Misting Fans and Misters sold today. They are much more then the personal hand held spray bottles with fans that are commonly sold today. These spray bottle types of hand held misting fans deliver a very wet spray (not a real mist) behind the fan blade - so with every squeeze of the trigger you get large water droplets hitting you in the face. This is a far cry from what personal cooling should be like from a quality personal hand held misting fan or mister.
The Windchiller™ Hand Held Personal Misting Fans are quite different then these and any other personal hand held mister, in that it uses a pressurized tank to deliver a continuous ultra fine mist through a USA made brass and stainless steel mist nozzle (not a cheap plastic spray nozzle). It delivers the ultra fine mist in front of the child safe fan blade vs. behind it. This keeps the mist from spinning of the fan blade in large wet droplets giving you the best personal cooling experience available.
To activate the mist cooling of the Winchiller™ Hand Held Personal Misting Fans you only need pump the built in "EZ Pump" about 20 times then just push the mist button for as long as you want it to mist (lasts up to 1.5 hours of intermittent use between refills). You activate the built in High Velocity Personal Fan by sliding the on/off switch up to the on position. You can easily control both the mist button and fan switch with one hand, allowing you to use either one or both at any given time. When the hand held misting fan runs out of water just Refill, Pump and Mist again. The fan takes 2 AA Batteries (not included) that power the fan for days or weeks depending on use.
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KJ Diversified Inc2820 N Pinal Ave, Suite 12-502
Casa Grande, AZ 85122
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.