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Milwaukke M18 Jobsite Fan 0886-20

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Part# 12-05685
MFR Model# 0886-20


M18 Jobsite Fan provides the most powerful airflow, and unmatched run-time in a compact size.

The 0886-20 can circulate air over 40 feet, making it ideal for drying or cooling on a variety of jobsites. Powered by the M18 Redlithium battery the Jobsite Fan delivers up to 17 hours of run-time on low* for all day run-time on a single battery charge. This jobsite fan features a 120 adjustable head, 9 stopping positions and 3 speed settings which provide optimal airflow control. The 0886-20 also includes an AC adaptor for extended run-time.


  • Powerful Airflow System: Circulates Air Over 40 Feet
  • Adjustable Head: 120 Adjustable Head, and 9 Stopping Positions, Provide Best Control of Airflow Direction
  • Up to 284 CFMs & 18MPH Max Air Velocity
  • Ideal for laptops, cellphones, TVs, and other small devices
  • 4 Keyhole Hangers Allow for Multiple Hanging Orientations
  • Compact & Lightweight for Easy Storage and Transportation
  • Redlithium XC5.0 Battery: Provides Up to 17 Hours of Run-Time on Low
  • AC Adaptor Included for Extended Run-Time
  • 3 Speed Settings: High, Medium, Low
  • Hanging Holes Allow Fan to be Hung from Various Jobsite Materials
  • Compatible with all M18 Redlithium Batteries
  • Specifications

  • Battery System: M18
  • Power Source: Cordless
  • Length: 10.29"
  • Weight: 5.2 lbs
  • Width: 7.15"
  • Voltage: 18v
  • In The Box

    • M18 Jobsite Fan(0886-20)



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