• Coolerguys Dual USB Fans (Dual 60mm)
  • Coolerguys Dual USB Fans (Dual 60mm)
  • Coolerguys Dual USB Fans (Dual 60mm)
Coolerguys Dual USB Fans (Dual 60mm)
Coolerguys Dual USB Fans (Dual 60mm)
Coolerguys Dual USB Fans (Dual 60mm)

Coolerguys Dual USB Fans (Dual 60mm)

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  • Fan Specifications /per fan: RPM: 2700 +/- 10%, CFM: 13.8, dB:19
  • RoHS compliance / Boxed
  • USB Powered
  • Dual Ball Bearing, Long Life of 50,000 hours @ 30C

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Very quiet and moves plenty of air I'm using these to cool a WiFi Router. They are absolutely perfect for the job. The router is a DLink DIR760L which is cylindrical. The fans match the router very nicely. I've put the router on its side, and use the fans to push air in one end and pull it from the other. The CPU temp has dropped over 20 degrees C. Noise is negligible. A key consideration was for the fans to be USB powered. There's a USB port on the router, so I don't have to external power supply.I'm going to buy a couple more of these for other installations.At first I just stood the fans at each end and everything sat on a wooden shelf. But there was vibration that got transmitted to and amplified by the shelf. Resting everything on a thick sock eliminated the noise. Then I decided to cut the toe from the sock, slip it over the router, cut a slit for the cables, and let the elastic from the sock ends hold the fans in place. It's out of sight so appearance doesn't matter, and everything is working great. 5Quiet for now, low power draw, RPM is really ~2000 not 2700. These two 60mm fans don't move a lot of air so they are best mounted right next to the heat producing component such as a disk drive or cpu heat sink. One could use them as a case fan if you only need a little airflow on something that isn't supposed to need a fan, but really does. I measured the RPM at ~2000 in open space (no air resistance), even blocked the fan only goes up to around 2100 RPMs. This is well below the advertised spec of 2700 RPM +/- 10% so CFM is likely overstated.Together they use about 150mA of current in open air, fully blocked changes the current minimally (~5% drop). Self adhesive neoprene feet are included. The length of wire to each fan is about 23", so you could space them 40"+ apart providing you have USB port in the middle of them. The finger guards come pre-installed on one side, and could easily be moved to the other side if that's what you need.They are very quiet, at least initially. One reviewer stated that the noise level goes up over time. If true, that implies the bearings are low quality which would directly effect the lifespan. The listing states they use ball bearings which normally hold up very well vs. sleeve bearings. Time will tell as I just received these. 4Great for drying out boots I bought this set to take on a motorcycle tour during the hottest weeks of this summer. I wore Gore-Tex boots, knowing that there would be rain en route. Unfortunately, Gore-Tex can get clammy on hot and humid days. Fortunately, this fan set did wonders drying out the interiors of my boots. Each night before going to bed, I rested the fans on the openings of the boots, powering the fans with a spare phone charger (with a USB port, of course). With fresh air being gently blown into the boots, the boots were dry by morning -- and no funky smells! An added bonus is that the fans were so quiet, I never heard them when going to sleep.I'm looking forward to using this pair of fans on my snowboarding boots this coming winter. 5This is a cool set of fans This is an awesome set of fans. I was quite impressed with the quality and db rating.Super quiet.I fastened the two fans together with some electrical tape to make one unit. Then I removed the two top corner screws and replaced them with a screw that was about 29mm in length. the actual width is 25mm thus allowing me to screw the longer screws right into the little ventilation slots on the side of my receiver. Once I plugged in the usb power cord into the front of my receiver it started cooling my component instantly. I took a reading just before plugging in the fan. The unit was being used at 1/3 volume for one hour. Temp with digital thermometer of receiver body was 103 degrees. After using device, now it keeps the receiver at a 79-83 degree temp reading taken in the same area with same operating conditions. I would also like to comment on the fact that I like the fact that there is no fan cover on the opposite side. It allowed me to mount it flush to my receiver side. As space was an issue. 5I have them installed (Set is probably a better descriptive term) behind two wine coolers I have under ... These have worked out so far. I have them installed (Set is probably a better descriptive term) behind two wine coolers I have under my counter. I didn't want to spend the money for the built-in wine fridge style, and instead just had the cabinet designers put spacers behind the cabinets so I had a few extra inches of room to fit in regular 'free standing' wine coolers for a built in look. These fans fit in the space perfectly and circulate the air behind and to the sides of the wine coolers to help avoid overheating.They are very quiet, I could hear them when I plugged them in to test, but don notice the sound at all under my counters. They have been running non stop for a couple months at this point, and are still going strong. 5Great air flow for small spaces Heating concerns have always been an issue with me and my game consoles. My furniture has build in cubbies with no air flow so I decided to install a fan with the convenience of a USB adaptor. I cut 2- 3" holes in the back panel and used screws to secure them in place. Hot air is discharged to the back of the furniture forcing cooler air to flow over the console.I have these fans attached to my Xbox One and the fans do run even if the console is off. Doing so, I connect and detach the power from the forward-side USB outlet when needed.I will be purchasing a second set for my living room furniture. 5Great fans for my purposes. High Quality. I purchased these fans to help cool and circulate the air in and out of the area in which my computer is. My computer is in a space in my desk that is made to house a computer, however due to the size of my new tower this made ventilation somewhat difficult. I noticed that heat was building up in the compartment. I set up these fans - with a USB to wall outlet adapter sold separately- so that they would not be plugged into my computer.My fans are sitting on top of the PC tower outside of the case almost side by side in a manner of counter current flow so as to facilitate circulation.At times I feel the heat pouring out of the compartment, however I have also noticed that there is a major increase in overall airflow in other areas of the compartment due to the induced current of these small but powerful fans. Overall, I feel that these fans have decreased the temperature in the compartment by at least 10*F.Bottom line:Totally Worth It. High Quality. So glad I bought these. Will buy again if / when the need arises. 5Easy addition to keep my router cooler than its passive heat venting could provide I bought these Dual 80mm USB fans to help cool down my Linksys AC5400 Tri Band Wireless Router (Max Stream EA9500) in my wiring closet. The router has its own USB port (otherwise unused in my use of the router). It was easy to just plug these fans into that USB port on the router and lay the fans atop the router case which is already vented with many small holes through which heat is supposed to passively escape the router. With these two fans now pulling air through the top surface, the router case is much cooler to the touch than without the fans. The fans are very quiet, though my device that the fans are helping to cool is isolated in a closet anyway. They were easy to install, and effective at the task for which I chose them. 5great fans, great price I bought this product to use in my entertainment center since I just bought a surround sound system that puts off quite a bit of heat. Below are the positives and negatives of the product:Pros:- Incredibly easy to set up and use. The fans came already assembled, all I had to do is plug them into my surround sound system and they worked.- Very quiet. These fans run so quiet you wouldn't know they were on unless you saw the blades moving. Extremely big positive in my opinion.- Keeps my system cool. This is really important to me considering this is the main reason I bought the fans. They move a lot of air and keep my surround sound system very cool.Cons:- This isn't mentioned in the product description, but I knew this from reading other reviews on here - the fans only have a covering on one side. I preferred to have a covering on both sides, so I bought a two pack of fan covers (CityNet CF-FG-80-2P 80mm Fan Guard 2x Pack). These were really cheap and attached really easily (Instead of buying additional screws, I removed 2 screws from each of fans and used them to attach the new covers. The covers are still held on extremely securely even though they are being held on with 2 instead of 4 screws.)Overall, I really like this product and would recommend it for anyone looking to keep an entertainment system cool. 5Automatically cooling my Onkyo receiver I had to have the hdmi board in my Onkyo receiver replaced, which I believe was due to heat buildup. I didn't want that to happen again (especially now that it's out of warranty) and looked for a good solution for cooling. I had been using a small box fan which provided plenty of air flow but I had to manually turn it off or on when I used the receiver (life is hard, I know).With these cooling fans plugged into the receiver's usb port, they only turn on when the receiver is turned on. They don't provide near as much air flow as my box fan but I wasn't expecting them too. I believe they provide adequate cooling however as the receiver doesn't get really hot like it used to.Tip for beginners:Some equipment puts out power through the usb port all the time, even when it's turned off so if you want to have an automatic setup like mine, make sure it doesn't power anything when turned off. To test, just plug in a tablet, phone, playstation controller or whatever when your unit is turned off and see if it starts charging it. If it does, that means these fans will be on all the time, even with your unit turned off. 5
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Very quiet and moves plenty of air I'm using these to cool a WiFi Router. They are absolutely perfect for the job. The router is a DLink DIR760L which is cylindrical. The fans match the router very nicely. I've put the router on its side, and use the fans to push air in one end and pull it from the other. The CPU temp has dropped over 20 degrees C. Noise is negligible. A key consideration was for the fans to be USB powered. There's a USB port on the router, so I don't have to external power supply.I'm going to buy a couple more of these for other installations.At first I just stood the fans at each end and everything sat on a wooden shelf. But there was vibration that got transmitted to and amplified by the shelf. Resting everything on a thick sock eliminated the noise. Then I decided to cut the toe from the sock, slip it over the router, cut a slit for the cables, and let the elastic from the sock ends hold the fans in place. It's out of sight so appearance doesn't matter, and everything is working great. 5Quiet for now, low power draw, RPM is really ~2000 not 2700. These two 60mm fans don't move a lot of air so they are best mounted right next to the heat producing component such as a disk drive or cpu heat sink. One could use them as a case fan if you only need a little airflow on something that isn't supposed to need a fan, but really does. I measured the RPM at ~2000 in open space (no air resistance), even blocked the fan only goes up to around 2100 RPMs. This is well below the advertised spec of 2700 RPM +/- 10% so CFM is likely overstated.Together they use about 150mA of current in open air, fully blocked changes the current minimally (~5% drop). Self adhesive neoprene feet are included. The length of wire to each fan is about 23", so you could space them 40"+ apart providing you have USB port in the middle of them. The finger guards come pre-installed on one side, and could easily be moved to the other side if that's what you need.They are very quiet, at least initially. One reviewer stated that the noise level goes up over time. If true, that implies the bearings are low quality which would directly effect the lifespan. The listing states they use ball bearings which normally hold up very well vs. sleeve bearings. Time will tell as I just received these. 4Great for drying out boots I bought this set to take on a motorcycle tour during the hottest weeks of this summer. I wore Gore-Tex boots, knowing that there would be rain en route. Unfortunately, Gore-Tex can get clammy on hot and humid days. Fortunately, this fan set did wonders drying out the interiors of my boots. Each night before going to bed, I rested the fans on the openings of the boots, powering the fans with a spare phone charger (with a USB port, of course). With fresh air being gently blown into the boots, the boots were dry by morning -- and no funky smells! An added bonus is that the fans were so quiet, I never heard them when going to sleep.I'm looking forward to using this pair of fans on my snowboarding boots this coming winter. 5This is a cool set of fans This is an awesome set of fans. I was quite impressed with the quality and db rating.Super quiet.I fastened the two fans together with some electrical tape to make one unit. Then I removed the two top corner screws and replaced them with a screw that was about 29mm in length. the actual width is 25mm thus allowing me to screw the longer screws right into the little ventilation slots on the side of my receiver. Once I plugged in the usb power cord into the front of my receiver it started cooling my component instantly. I took a reading just before plugging in the fan. The unit was being used at 1/3 volume for one hour. Temp with digital thermometer of receiver body was 103 degrees. After using device, now it keeps the receiver at a 79-83 degree temp reading taken in the same area with same operating conditions. I would also like to comment on the fact that I like the fact that there is no fan cover on the opposite side. It allowed me to mount it flush to my receiver side. As space was an issue. 5I have them installed (Set is probably a better descriptive term) behind two wine coolers I have under ... These have worked out so far. I have them installed (Set is probably a better descriptive term) behind two wine coolers I have under my counter. I didn't want to spend the money for the built-in wine fridge style, and instead just had the cabinet designers put spacers behind the cabinets so I had a few extra inches of room to fit in regular 'free standing' wine coolers for a built in look. These fans fit in the space perfectly and circulate the air behind and to the sides of the wine coolers to help avoid overheating.They are very quiet, I could hear them when I plugged them in to test, but don notice the sound at all under my counters. They have been running non stop for a couple months at this point, and are still going strong. 5Great air flow for small spaces Heating concerns have always been an issue with me and my game consoles. My furniture has build in cubbies with no air flow so I decided to install a fan with the convenience of a USB adaptor. I cut 2- 3" holes in the back panel and used screws to secure them in place. Hot air is discharged to the back of the furniture forcing cooler air to flow over the console.I have these fans attached to my Xbox One and the fans do run even if the console is off. Doing so, I connect and detach the power from the forward-side USB outlet when needed.I will be purchasing a second set for my living room furniture. 5Great fans for my purposes. High Quality. I purchased these fans to help cool and circulate the air in and out of the area in which my computer is. My computer is in a space in my desk that is made to house a computer, however due to the size of my new tower this made ventilation somewhat difficult. I noticed that heat was building up in the compartment. I set up these fans - with a USB to wall outlet adapter sold separately- so that they would not be plugged into my computer.My fans are sitting on top of the PC tower outside of the case almost side by side in a manner of counter current flow so as to facilitate circulation.At times I feel the heat pouring out of the compartment, however I have also noticed that there is a major increase in overall airflow in other areas of the compartment due to the induced current of these small but powerful fans. Overall, I feel that these fans have decreased the temperature in the compartment by at least 10*F.Bottom line:Totally Worth It. High Quality. So glad I bought these. Will buy again if / when the need arises. 5Easy addition to keep my router cooler than its passive heat venting could provide I bought these Dual 80mm USB fans to help cool down my Linksys AC5400 Tri Band Wireless Router (Max Stream EA9500) in my wiring closet. The router has its own USB port (otherwise unused in my use of the router). It was easy to just plug these fans into that USB port on the router and lay the fans atop the router case which is already vented with many small holes through which heat is supposed to passively escape the router. With these two fans now pulling air through the top surface, the router case is much cooler to the touch than without the fans. The fans are very quiet, though my device that the fans are helping to cool is isolated in a closet anyway. They were easy to install, and effective at the task for which I chose them. 5great fans, great price I bought this product to use in my entertainment center since I just bought a surround sound system that puts off quite a bit of heat. Below are the positives and negatives of the product:Pros:- Incredibly easy to set up and use. The fans came already assembled, all I had to do is plug them into my surround sound system and they worked.- Very quiet. These fans run so quiet you wouldn't know they were on unless you saw the blades moving. Extremely big positive in my opinion.- Keeps my system cool. This is really important to me considering this is the main reason I bought the fans. They move a lot of air and keep my surround sound system very cool.Cons:- This isn't mentioned in the product description, but I knew this from reading other reviews on here - the fans only have a covering on one side. I preferred to have a covering on both sides, so I bought a two pack of fan covers (CityNet CF-FG-80-2P 80mm Fan Guard 2x Pack). These were really cheap and attached really easily (Instead of buying additional screws, I removed 2 screws from each of fans and used them to attach the new covers. The covers are still held on extremely securely even though they are being held on with 2 instead of 4 screws.)Overall, I really like this product and would recommend it for anyone looking to keep an entertainment system cool. 5Automatically cooling my Onkyo receiver I had to have the hdmi board in my Onkyo receiver replaced, which I believe was due to heat buildup. I didn't want that to happen again (especially now that it's out of warranty) and looked for a good solution for cooling. I had been using a small box fan which provided plenty of air flow but I had to manually turn it off or on when I used the receiver (life is hard, I know).With these cooling fans plugged into the receiver's usb port, they only turn on when the receiver is turned on. They don't provide near as much air flow as my box fan but I wasn't expecting them too. I believe they provide adequate cooling however as the receiver doesn't get really hot like it used to.Tip for beginners:Some equipment puts out power through the usb port all the time, even when it's turned off so if you want to have an automatic setup like mine, make sure it doesn't power anything when turned off. To test, just plug in a tablet, phone, playstation controller or whatever when your unit is turned off and see if it starts charging it. If it does, that means these fans will be on all the time, even with your unit turned off. 5
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