The Ryobi Fan is versatile in that it can run on battery or AC power depending on your needs or, and let\u2019s hope this never happens, in an emergency situation. And while it is compatible with the One+ system, all the accessories are sold separately. Check out our best outdoor floor fan list for more great options!\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Ryobi Fan\r\nThe Ryobi Fan is compatible with Ryobi\u2019s One+ system which means if you already own a Ryobi Power Tool and battery, they will be compatible with the fan. It weighs only two pounds, so it\u2019ll be easy to carry from room to room or warehouse to warehouse, and the two speeds means you won\u2019t have to keep searching for the right airflow power.\r\n\r\nPerformance\/Power\r\nThe Ryobi Fan comes equipped with a high speed setting and a low speed setting. While we can appreciate the simplicity and straightforwardness of this, most fans in this class usually have three speed settings, so check out the Geek Aire Fan if you want that middle option. Still, this helps add to the run time of the fan if you\u2019re using a battery. It should be able to last a complete work day and still have plenty of charge left afterwards. Just make sure you have two batteries so one can charge while the other powers.\r\nDurability\/Build\r\nThe Ryobi Portable Fan only weighs a measly 2 pounds, so it\u2019s a fantastic fan to be able to carry around from room to room. It\u2019s also very easy to hang anywhere if you need to save space on your floor and shelves for power tools. A back bracket, hanging hooks, and screw mounting holes are located below and behind the Ryobi Fan for an easy mounting experience. Check out the Pelonis Fan, though, if you don\u2019t really need to mount a fan.\r\nNoise\/Sound Level\r\nThere are no dB levels outright when it comes to the Ryoni Fan so we\u2019ll need to look at Ryobi tool reviews by customers. We\u2019re happy to report that most customers find the fan to be almost noiseless and when it does make noise, mostly on the high setting, it amounts to nothing more than some pleasing background noise.\r\nVersatility\/Modern Features\r\nThe Ryoni fan works with Ryobi Tools\u2019 Ryobi One+ 18-volt battery powered system. Alternatively, you can use an extension cord to plug the fan into an AC if you don\u2019t want to run it on battery power. This kind of versatility is always welcome, as it allows you to save on energy bills if you need to, or bring it someplace where there is no outlet, such as camping. Unfortunately, the extension cord, battery, and charger are all sold separately, something often mentioned in reviews Ryobi. But if you don\u2019t require this kind of versatility, consider the B-Air FIRTANA.\r\nValue\r\nThe Ryobi Fan offers some excellent features for a fan that\u2019s only $50.00 (a price matched by Home Depot, by the way) and, honestly, you won\u2019t be sacrificing much if you decide to just try it out. In a first we\u2019ve seen too the Ryobi Fan is certified frustration free (yes that\u2019s a real certification it has) meaning you can just take it out of the box and get to cooling.\r\nRyobi Fan Wrap Up\r\nThe Ryobi Fan may only have two speeds, but this adds to its incredible run time if you\u2019re using battery power. It\u2019ll get you through your work day no problem. It\u2019s easily mountable, thanks to the pre-drilled holes, and most customer reviews are happy with the noise level despite no explicitly stated dB levels.