4 reviews
  • Build Quality
    3.0 (2)
  • Value for Money
    3.0 (2)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    1.0 (1)
  • Noise Level
    4.5 (2)
  • Power
    5.0 (2)

CraigPerth, WA

Good fan until it breaks


This fan is great, there's no denying that and I really liked it and would have recommended it until I found out that you can't buy spare parts for it.

It will inevitably get dusty and need a clean and in doing so one of the blades snapped trying to remove it off the shaft. They are stiff and have no flex to them and are very brittle. If you break one there are no replacement parts available meaning you have a $170 paper weight.

You've been warned. Be extremely careful with the blades or you will be bitterly disappointed in the outcome.

Purchased for A$170.00.

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DeLonghi 360 Degree Pedestal Cooling Fan


Purchased in January 2021 at The Good Guys for A$169.00.

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Pricey51Sydney, NSW

  • 9 reviews

Good Quality Works Well


Purchased the fan yesterday so far so good, it's being used in a small bedroom.
I was going to install a ceiling fan but chose this instead, I like that it has a remote and 8 hour timer, air circulation is good and you are able to adjust the swing and of course fan speed. It has an interesting function where the fan head will swing a full 360 not sure where you would use this.
Build quality is good and the fan noise is low it is expensive however $161, I will have to wait for 38c days to test the full cooling capabilities.

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ZdracoGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC

  • 3 reviews

It’s ok but not worth the price


Firstly, it’s nice work well but not what I expected the fan power and output to be on a really hot day. It just blow warm air rather than cool air.
All function are great and useful, and also it’s quiet which is nice but only problem is that it doesn’t point down close to the ground enough where you want it. Fair enough it can point straight up to the roof which is not really required there at all.
The price is a bit over the top for a fan that’s only does half the things that you want out of it

Date PurchasedJan 2022

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