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Old 02-08-2012, 02:02 PM   #1
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Default Where to buy Muffin Fans?

Where to buy 120mm AC Muffin Fans? I found one on amazon that is like $18 bucks, lots of other places aren't far off when you account shipping in there.

Where is everyone else getting theirs?

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Old 02-08-2012, 02:17 PM   #2
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Radio shack has them. They come in 2 sizes. The larger one is $20 not sure on tge smaller one. They have them in Ac and DC

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Old 02-08-2012, 04:40 PM   #3
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Ebay cpu fan ($3) & thrift store cell phone charger ($1)

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Old 02-08-2012, 04:43 PM   #4
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Newegg.com has plenty of computer related hardware, including a HUGE selection of case fans.

Here is the search for 120mm Case Fans, sorted by price.
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We have an electronics surplus place near here. You might see if you have something similar in your area.

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I have some here at work, I'll check a price and stats for you...probably can give you and HBT insider deal.

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We have the Comair MX2B3 Muffin fan

The office lady is trying to find a price.....otherwise I'll just make something up.

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We have the Comair MX2B3 Muffin fan

The office lady is trying to find a price.....otherwise I'll just make something up.
I'll be curious. That thing has blades on it like its ready to cut up something!
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I'll be curious. That thing has blades on it like its ready to cut up something!
I used one last winter on top of some heat bricks on top of my wood stove (the fan has a metal housing), to blow warm air around the room.

Let's say if you knock it over and try to catch it, while it is running, it is not a cake walk on your fingers!

But, you can feel the air at least 20ft. away!


.....still waiting on pricing.
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Didn't catch that you wanted AC fans. What could you be doing with that large of an AC fan??

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