- Luna Quiet Boost 250
An exhaust fan than doesn't sound like a Cessna trying to take off.
We're really happy with this fan. It clears the steam quickly and quietly from our good sized bathroom. It also doesn't seem to suffer strain from back pressure on windy days like our old fan did. The LED light option was also worth getting as it puts out a nice soft light that fills the corners of the room. If you are looking at 3 in one fan heaters, do what we did and buy the Martec Contour Heat lamps separately. This gives you greater flexibility in where you place the lamps to get the best benefit.
Purchased in June 2020 at Fansonline for $139.00.
Nice efficient, quiet fan, easy to install. Very happy with it.
I have summed up my opinion of this fan in less than 30 words and almost deleted the entire review as I see NO requirement to elaborate on my review.
Purchased in May 2020 at Fansonline for $79.00.
I bought 5 of these fans for two bathrooms and a laundry. I like a very hot shower and this always steams up the room. They are not "super" quiet however they are not annoyingly loud. They clear the room very quickly and within a few minutes the mirror is clear also. I installed them myself and it was very easy with the supplied cutout template. The only minor issues is the instructions are not clear about removing a piece of tape from the back draught flap before putting them in the ceiling. Very happy with this purchase.
Purchased in May 2020.
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This is a great exhaust fan if you have a bathroom that has a lot of steam. Easy to install and great construction. Would recommend if looking for easy DIY.
Purchased in April 2020 for $99.00.
Happy to recommend
Works well, all items as described and went in without any issues. I can recommend this product. Well packed, all items correct. I installed the vent to the outside and it works well.
Purchased in April 2020 for $100.00.
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Are these fans suitable to install in shower cubical?
Hi, the optimal position to install an exhaust fan is outside of the shower, away from the bathroom door. This allows for a cross flow of air, so the exhaust will work more efficiently. If you need to install over the shower, a better option would be using an inline fan, which can be positioned away from the intake vent to create a similar cross flow effect. If you have any other questions, our sales team would be happy to help you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
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