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Caframo® Kona weatherproof fan resists dust, splash and spray

by Caframo Marine 9 Feb 06:44 GMT

The Kona™ cabin fan is in a class of its own with an IP55-rating, three speeds, an extruded aluminum body, watertight motor, and stainless steel fasteners.

Thanks to its weatherproof design, the Kona is ideal for the wheelhouse dash, an exposed bridge or cockpit where dust, splash and spray would spell disaster for other fans.

The battery-friendly three-speed fan draws only 0.21 amps on low, 0.26 on medium, and 0.37 on high.

Easily mount the Kona using the included suction cup or more permanently with the included bracket.

A standard lighter-plug adapter is included. Available in black or white at marine retailers worldwide.

More product info at caframolifestylesolutions.com/product/marine/kona-2

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