Large 84" for outside area

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  1. xc351

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    Would u class them suitable for outside?
     
  4. Matthew kane

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    Underneath a big verandah, shed?
     
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    Soc has one in his house, I have worked in hangars that have used them (up to really big size) and other than being fairly expensive they are great bits of kit
     
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    I am definitely a big ass fan of big ass fans.

    Give them a call and find out if they are suitable for external use.

    They do blow crazy amounts of air for their size and I would definitely endorse them
     
  7. Lord Belial

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    :lol: I'd be tempted based on the website alone. Also I love the idea of having basically a helicopter rotor slowly turning above me.
     
  8. spookware

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    We have 4 big ass fans in the production facility, never had a problem with them. Been six years now...
     
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    My folks have a big ass fan in their outdoor area. Is amazing.
     

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