The Fan with Light Socket Attachment is a small electric fan with an integral screw-in light socket adapter to provide localized spot cooling capability.
Inventor Bradley K. Kadau of St. Petersburg, FL has created a small electric fan with an integral screw-in light socket adapter to provide localized spot cooling capability.
Quite often, even in locations that are air conditioned, an individual may require additional cooling. One disadvantage to a small fan is that the person frequently has to alter his or her position to take advantage of the airflow path. Often there is not a suitable location to place these fans. Even units with a built in spring clamp will not work in areas where there are no locations to clamp them. Fans with floor stands can be inconvenient since they use valuable floor space. Inventor Kadau has created a means by which one can enjoy the benefits of a personal fan in almost any location without these disadvantages.
This clever new invention is powered by a direct drive motor. It fits a standard light socket. There are speed control capabilities and an adjustable arm. It can be mounted on ceiling or wall. The use of the Fan with Light Socket Attachment allows one to enjoy the comforts of a personal fan without the space requirements, in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.