Illuminate your tent and cool down on a hot summer’s night of camping with the CPX Lighted Tent Fan from Coleman.
Air flow wise, you can put it high if it’s sweltering, or low if you just need a bit of cool air flow. You can either attach this fan to the tent ceiling by the carabiner or included magnetic plate, or you can rest it on the floor by extending the stand.
The light on this fan is comprised of four LED lights, with bright and night lighting modes for brightening the interior of your shelter. This fan features soft foam blades, which operate quietly and safely, and you power this unit by either a separate Coleman CPX power system or D Cell batteries.
Add some extra creature comfort to your tent when the weather is warm, with the CPX Lighted Tent Fan from Coleman.
Operates on CPX power system sold separately or 4 x D cell batteries
Soft foam fan blades for safety
Carabiner and magnet for attaching to tent ceiling
Stand for setting up on a flat surface
Four 5mm LED lights with bright and night light mode
Fan has high and low airspeed control
In Use Dimensions:
25W x 25H x 14D cm | 18cm Blade Diameter
25W x 25H x 14D cm
Plastic Body | Foam Blades
4 x 5mm LED
240V AC Adapter sold separately
4 x D Cell (cartridge included) | Rechargeable CPX6 Battery (sold separately)
High Fan Only − 10 hrs | Low Fan Only − 30 hrs
0.9 Kg (ex. batteries)
Power 1 answer
Can this be run off a USB power bank?
Ruben - North Sydney (1 year ago)
The Lighted Tent Fan & Stand can't be run from a USB power bank unfortunately, you'll need 4 x D-cell batteries to run this fan.
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
Good way to reduce condensation?1 answer
Hi, I've got a Blackwolf turbo twin 300 that's got a condensation problem. Do you think this could help reduce condensation if I invert it and use it as an exhaust fan? Or is there a better option for this?
Jez - Sydney(4 years ago)
Using a fan like the Coleman Lighted Tent Fan & Stand will definitely help with condensation. Just make sure you leave a window or door unzipped a little bit to allow the air to move in and out of the tent.