Arctic Cove Misting Fan


Have you ever seen a product you just knew was a gimmick, only to find out you were dead wrong?  Well that is what happened with this misting fan.  Before Dan and myself did the unboxing, we kinda of thought this was more of a gimmick.  While the idea seemed cool, how would it really work?  If you watch the video below, we were both very surprised how much water this put out.  Turns out this thing really works.  The bad news is it does take a while for the battery to charge. The good news is if you own a Ryobi tool, well you can use that battery to power this fan.  You might even see the similarities with this fan and the Ryobi fan.

So who is this good for?  Maybe a hot day on the job site, maybe at a baseball game or even better a tailgate party.  Almost anyone who wants a cool, mist breeze would get plenty of use from this misting fan.  We really like how they use brass nozzles instead of plastic.  They also implemented a two speed fan, so you can choose what speed is right for you.  All in all this is a great idea that really works.

What We Like

  • Works Great
  • Works with Ryobi batteries
  • Works from bucket or hose

What We Don’t Like

  •  Battery takes a while to charge


  • Length of Tubing Included (in): 2″
  • Pipe Diameter (in.): 3/8”
  • Nozzle Spray Size (in.): 6”
  • Pipe/Tubing Material: Polyethylene
  • Nozzle Material: Brass
  • Volts: 18V






  1. Yesterday I needed a space heater. Today I need this. If you don’t like the weather in Michigan than 5 min. It will change.

  2. Saw this at HD & I really wanted to pull the trigger, but I’m iffy about the price for something somewhat new to the market. At $110, I rather wait for the summer special to roll around. In the mean time I’ll play with my kids water toys. Laters TIA

  3. Juan mentioned the fan goes for $110 where he lives, but out in Los Angeles, she’s $99.97. There were six reviews, and each was five stars. Watching the short HD video, I suspect you couldn’t easily have a corded version unless it was sealed really well to prevent users from potential electrocution. It would need a different motor (AC), and other changes might push it to an undesirable price point. They do mention you can get up to seven hours with an optional 4.0 Ah battery, but I imagine that costs as much as the fan itself.


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