July 23, 2021

Professional Tool Reviews for Pros

Ryobi 18V One+ 4-inch Clamp Fan (PCF02)

Take the Super-Convenient Ryobi Clamp Fan Anywhere

The Ryobi 18V One+ 4-inch Clamp Fan (PCF02) blows with a force greater than you might expect from its small diameter blade design. Because of its compact, lightweight, and portable design, this fan can also go pretty much wherever you do.

Ryobi PCF02 Design Features

The Ryobi Clamp Fan has a few notable features, but we’ll start with the size. With a 4″ blade, this personal fan stays compact and portable. But, small build aside, the ability to clamp onto materials actually opens it up for use in a variety of work and play applications. It can open up to 1-1/2″, making it usable with a variety of pipes and 2x lumber. If that doesn’t work for you, the fan sits upright using a standard Ryobi battery as a base.

Ryobi 18V 4-inch Clamp Fan (PCF02)

It features a multi-directional rotating head, so positioning the fan in a place where it can reach you is just about a non-issue. It also features two different speed settings, so you can tailor the power to your liking.

And, speaking of power, the Ryobi Fan can generate over 180 CFM. For its size, this is some pretty solid air movement. And, with a 6Ah battery, Ryobi claims that it can run for over 40 hours on a charge.

Ryobi PCF02 clamp fan


When the Ryobi 4″ Clamp Fan becomes available, you’ll be able to find it exclusively at Home Depot, either in-store or online. It comes only as a bare tool and retails for just $19.97. Ryobi warranties its cordless products for 3 years.

Ryobi Clamp Fan Specs

  • Model: Ryobi PCF02
  • Battery Platform: 18V One+
  • Blade Dimension: 4 in.
  • CFM: Over 180
  • Warranty: 3 years
  • Bare Tool Price: $19.97

For more information about the Clamp Fan, visit the Ryobi website by clicking here.

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