AMAZON is selling a rechargeable neck fan for £13 – and shoppers can’t get enough of it.
The fan has been designed to be completely hands free, so you can stay cool in the scorching temperatures without too much hassle.
The rechargeable battery is built inside the fan and to power it back up, you just need to plug the USB cable, which it comes with, into the fan and then attach it to your phone charger, computer, power bank or car charger.
You can order it for next day delivery for free with Amazon Prime, but you need to sign up to the scheme.
Amazon Prime costs £7.99 a month or £79 for a full year and allows you to get same day delivery or next day delivery for free as part of the package.
There’s no order cut off time to get next day delivery with Amazon Prime.
If you opt for normal delivery, it will cost you £4.49 for standard delivery.
The fan, which comes in six colours, has been designed so that it can be moved around easily and comes with three speeds – high, medium and low.
There’s also a built-in lighting mode which means it changes colours while you wear it.
The fan was spotted by shoppers online, who then posted about it in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group.
One wrote in the group: “Loads of people raving about these rechargeable necks fans, It’s amazing.
“My body can’t regulate temperature so I’m always hot, so this is a godsend. It also has aromatherapy inserts to put in the fans, and it’s got pretty lights and it’s quite powerful too.”
Another said: “I got some without lights so it didn’t use much battery but yes they are fantastic even for me being at home.”
Another shopper added: “This is a game changer absolutely fab, my mum ordered me one and had it sent to me.”
B&M sells a similar fan for £10, but it only comes in one colour, grey, and can’t be purchased online.
To find your nearest branch, use the B&M store locator tool.
JML also sells a blue and black version, but it’s a lot pricier at £20.
Standard delivery from JML costs £2.95.
Some shoppers said they also managed to buy one of the fans from Home Bargains.
A post from the group in June shows that they were on sale for £6.99.
We checked to see if they still available and they were no longer listed online.
But they could still be available in store so make sure you check your nearest branch.
We’ve rounded up the cheapest places of where to buy the cheapest fans including Argos and Wilko.
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