Hi I just wanted to write to state how wonderful your fans are. \
I brought two of the O2 battery powered fans to Upper Red Lake in Northern Minnesota to use in an Ice Fishing House. The fan worked great circulating the air in the house. On day three, my buddy accidently knocked it down a ice hole, and it sank to the bottom of the lake. Not wanting to leave the fan there (but assuming it would never work again) I decided to try and get it out. I called a buddy who had an underwater camera and was staying on a different part of the lake to come over and help me retrieve it.
When he came over and we put the camera down to the bottom of the lake, not only was the fan sitting there, but it was still running while submerged. The fan had been on the bottom of the lake for 30 minutes and was still running. After many attempts, we were able to hook into the fan, and get it retrieved out of the water. The fan was still running once we pulled it out of the water, and we were able to continue to use it the rest of the week without issue.
I just wanted to share this story with you and let you know what a great product it was.
My name is Adam and I’d like to tell you just how greatly I’ve appreciated O2COOL’s products over the past year.
In 2013, I decided to go with my church youth group on a mission trip to Haiti as a junior in high school. While packing, I saw an O2COOL fan was suggested by the group we were working with to serve in Haiti Praying Pelican Missions. I purchased one and soon found out why.
Not only was Haiti the hottest place I have ever been, sleeping under a bug nest every night was one of the most miserable things that I have had to do. I decided to simply leave the fan pointed at me under the next and fall asleep. I awoke the next morning feeling a slight chill, and noticed with some amazement that my small fan was still going strong. I had expected it to run out of batteries during the night and for me to replace them for the next night. As the days of our trip passed I kept expecting to awake to find my fan dead.
After 7 days in Haiti no such tragedy had taken place. I returned home and put my small trusty, and now well-loved fan in a place where I would not forget to bring it on next year’s trip.
I write this letter to you on my thirteenth day in Haiti. One day before I leave Haiti for a second time after a successful return trip and I still have yet to change the batteries of my fan.
In fact, I’m sitting right now writing and having the fan cool me off after a hard day of working around town to plant fruit trees in peoples yards to help them provide for themselves, pouring and mixing 300 plus buckets of concrete for new guest home for future missionaries, and putting on a 2 hour session of fun, game, competition and ministry to the children here.
I recommended your product to the team going forward to Haiti this year without reservation. Great work has been done here this week, and O2COOl has allowed us to keep our sanity and sleep well to have the energy to press on.