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7 Best Rechargeable Fans And Prices In Nigeria

When it comes to Rechargeable fans they are many in Nigeria, but finding ones that will last long considering the power situation in the country is an issue. The popular brands like Lontor, Sonik, and Century are being clowned, as such they have lots of fakes in the market.

The problem usually starts from the Battery, the battery gradually but steadily losing juice, until it becomes weak and then dies, it then depends on AC current only. 

As with many electronics the battery life cycle will eventually wear out with time, but the duration in years is what makes the difference, between original and fake.

Here are long lasting rechargeable fans for Nigerian climate, the prices and where to buy.

1. Lontor Rechargeable Fan 16 inches

You have one of the hottest fan on the market, this rechargeable fan can work continuously for over Eight hours, after electricity power supply is off, you can also get  24 hours minimum use.

 16 inches Oscillating 3-Speed Fan blades
2. 6V 7Ah Rechargeable Sealed Lead-Acid Battery
3. Duration time: 8 hours when fully charge (approx. )

4. AC/DC Operated

5. Battery main switch at the bottom

6. Over discharge & Overcharge Protection.

Buy on Konga N27000

2. Sonitec Rechargeable Fan

It is no fluke that this tops the buyers list on major online markets. The fan comes with an extra cooling effect through its auto atomized  function to provide cool and refreshing air even during hot weather conditions. 
   Buy on Konga N19,000

It has a 12V7AH rechargeable battery that guarantees long hours of full speed function after power outage.

3. Mini Fan Mini Fragrance USB Air Conditioning Fan 

Portable fan, especially ideal for students. It is easy and convenient to use, last long for the price. Have space for USB cable. It also comes in various colours, blue, black, white, yellow etc.

The size is small doesn't make noise. It can run from a power bank or an android phone with OTG cable.

1.100% brand new and high quality 

2.Low power consumption and ultra-quiet design

3.Input some scents,then it could make air more fresh

4.Add 50ml water or ice water in the box,then you will feel more cool

5.Hot summer must-have such fan 

6.Powered by USB cable or 3X 1.5V batteries(battery not included);

4. QASA Rechargeable Fan

QASA Recharge Fan is one of the giant rechargeable fan available in the country. With this fan you are sure of eight hours after charge. Good for indoor and outdoor use, this is so because t is energy efficient and it operates quietly,‎ even at high speed.

Features and Specification

1. Oscillation control Knob

2. Multi-angle tilting 

3. AC/DC auto changeover

4. With a handle

5. 4 pcs LED light

6. Over-charge and over-discharge protection

7.With remote control

  • Battery: 2*6 V 4.5Ah ctype lead - acid battery
  • Duration time: 90 hour / LED
  • Fan: 5 hours / high
  • 7.5 hours / low
  • Charge time: 20 - 24 hours

Buy on Konga N18,500

5Andrakk Water Mist Rechargeable Fan with Solar Panel.

This rechargeable fan is a three way power fan, plus it has a hybrid source of charging, it can run on its battery, electricity and solar, making use of the sun to charge. It also has water mist function.

Really despite the price people are snapping this product, for them it is better than buying cheap fans which may not last, as this one is quality. Just check out their specifications


12v7ah lead acid battery

1-7 hours timer

Ac mist function: max 150ml mist per hour

Automatic ac/dc function

Battery charge/usage indicator

Battery over charge

Over charge discharge protection

2.1l water capacity

Mist function: max13hours; min 20 hours

3- speed control: high:4hrs , mid 7hrs; min 20 hrs

3 pin plug with in built fuse, digital led display

Dc socket for solar charging option

Solar panel charging time 15- 24 hours.

6. Lontor Rechargeable Wall Fan - 16 Inches

This rechargeable fan from Lontor is specifically meant for your wall, just hang it there and you are set. It comes with an in-built rechargeable lead-acid battery and works constantly for 7 hours.

Can be charged with solar and electricity, can also be used when plugged in to power outlet.


Remote Control

16 inch blades

Led Emergency Light

Standing Fan

It can also be charged or powered with a solar panel of or more than 12V.

Buy on Konga N18,000

7. Lontor Rechargeable Lamp & Fan

Portable and comes with a bright, ideal for homes and especially students as it can be easily moved. Can work with electricity and battery.

LED light



Charging chord.

Buy on Konga N3480

Note: The prices listed above may change in future, so it is out of our hands. one way to cut cost is to buy early before people start rushing to get this products. This list will be updated once new quality recharge fans enters Nigeria.

Beware of fakes, that is why it is advised that you follow each product's link, as we took time to research on quality rechargeable fans in the country.


  1. one of the challenges with the rechargeable fan is the rechargeable batteries. most of this fans manufactured in china comes with low quality backup batteries. they tend to pack up within 4 to 6 months.
    A solution to this is buying a quality replacement battery for your rechargeable fan. i discover many people dump the fans to buy a new one , will advice instead look for a quality battery with an external charger , this will extend your battery life to more than a year .....

    for more info on quality rechargeable batteries ....


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