Tent fans are the easiest solutions for cooling a tent. Battery operated tent fans are the most common ones, some have power adaptors with a rechargeable battery but the best ones take normal batteries which you can buy anywhere. Solar tent fans is also an option but the endurance is limited and when you need them the most (daytime) they are sitting outside being charged.
If a fan is not going to do it for you, have a look at our top recommended tent air conditioners.
Here are the Top 4 Tent Fans on the Market:
AGPtek 2-in-1 tent fan and light
As the name suggest this is a tent fan and light all in one. Its got 18 bright, LED lights to light up your tent and runs on 2D cell batteries which will light up your tent for 37 hours. The fan will run 50 hours on low speed or 30 hours on the high setting, the light and fan combined will last for16 hours. This cool fan is also water resistant.
O2Cool 10" Fan
This is a great fan and high capacity air mover. It can run on 8xD cell batteries or a power adaptor and folds up. The down side of the fan is that you cannot suspend it from the ceiling of the tent and the 8 batteries makes it heavy.
Coleman Cool Zephyr Ceiling Fan
Coleman has been making outdoor gear for a long time and this is their solution for a camping fan. The Zephyr fan has a 2 speed adjustable setting and 4 white LED lights and one amber LED for reading. It comes with magnetic plates, which enable you to hang it anywhere in the tent, which is a great feature. It runs on 4xD cell batteries and will last 24h on high speed and 48 on the low setting.
The WoneNice small fan and mini airconditioner
This fan is a little bit different in the sense that it is a mini evaporative cooler. Like all coolers it works best in dry climates and the manufacture claims it can cool air up to 30 deg F. It can be powered from a USB port or 4xAA batteries, which will last for about 5 hours.
For the small amount of space these fans take, every camper should consider having one of them in his tent. If you take cooling your tent seriously why not build your own evaporation cooler?