- Bathroom extractor fan advice
So the bathroom extractor fan has expired and I’m looking to upgrade when I replace it.
The Manrose inline ones (e.g. the MF100 and the MF125) look like they should do the job.
What appear to be identical fans seem to be available on ebay but for much less e.g. the MF125 for £35 rather than £80
Any reason I shouldn’t get the ebay one?Posted 4 years ago
Both say they are the MF125DangerboyMember
Not sure about whether or not it’s an import, but I decided that the ebay one was worth a punt and ordered.
Shipped out quickly (but via DPD who have a history of throwing my deliveries over the neighbour’s fence).
Email invoice/receipt is from Fantronix, who appear to have a website outside of ebay which is reassuring.
Fingers crossed!Posted 4 years agojuankingSubscriber
I’ve used Fantronix before and bought exactly the the same fan for our ensuite. Fitted it about 2 years ago now and works a treat. Just make sure all the connections and joints are solid and if the vent runs through a very cold roof space don’t forget about a trap and/or insulation.Posted 4 years ago
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