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Turns out it's NOT fan season anymore as I'd expected... Walmart had like 2 options both were nowhere near what I was looking for, Target had a $50 Honeywell fan and couple of those tower fans and some battery powered thing, Home Depot had nothing, neither Goodwill had anything good and Lowes had nothing... so I ordered THIS cuz why not, should be easy to mount to the door frame with screws or my custom coat hanger bracket for now...
 

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Looks like you could take that C-shape mount bracket and hang it from the ceiling if you had a wood rafter and knew how to find it, and virtually spin that thing anyhow you wanted it, if they only made an invisible cord :/
 

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Got the little fan in today, it's a nice piece, when it says metal it means all metal... blade is metal, housing is 3 piece metal, base is metal (sheet, but not flimsy). It's super quiet in both speeds and moves more air than the previous fan did for sure..

Definitely no regerts... :), there's too many options to find stuff quick anymore...

I'll see about making a new bracket tomorrow evening, it's up with the coat hangar bracket but this one deserves something better, we'll see how fancy I feel :), might just drill two holes and screw it to the wall...
 

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