Best RV Vent Fans: Top Picks for Ventilating Your Motorhome
Make sure you’re comfortable no matter where you are with these top RV vent fans
The Maxxair fan comes with reversible blades, a built-in thermostat, and a ceiling fan mode for complete personal control of your environment. Its 10 different fan speeds also allow you to determine airflow and noise levels.
Fan blades are virtually silent on lower settings without sacrificing airflow.
Vent lid opens manually and has double struts for added durability.
Remote-control models also include a backup keypad.
The instruction manual is generic and covers a range of fan models, which can hamper an easy installation. It does not come with an integrated rain cover, and only the Maxxair branded one will fit.
The fan has a universal design and fits into most RVs with straightforward wiring and easy installation. The product comes with a vent cover and interior ceiling garnish, so no extras (apart from screws) are required.
While not a deluxe fan, its considerably low price point means you can move fresh air in and stale air out without spending a fortune.
It includes a removable screen for easy cleaning.
The company also offers replacements for all outdated or older parts.
It does not include screws, sealant, etc., so you'll need to buy these items separately. It’s either on or off; there is no option to adjust the speed of the fan blades.
The Fan-Tastic vent fan includes a three-speed fan with low amp draw to ensure constant use even without access to a mains power supply. It’s made from ABS plastic to fit a standard 14 by 14-inch opening. This is a universally designed fan that can be used in most vans, and an integrated white lid means no additional purchases are required.
Very low amp draw (only three amps on the highest speed setting) makes it perfect for use off-grid and in other situations where air conditioners are off-limits. The locking lid design means the fan will not operate with the roof closed to further prevent inefficient usage.
The knob for opening and closing the lid can wear smooth following sustained but not excessive use, resulting in no grip and difficulty operating the vent cover. Fan blades are not reversible and can only pull air in.