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Great pedestal fan! Has various speeds and they are super handy sometimes you need a light breeze to circulate the air and other times you need the higher speeds. It is super quiet compared to others on the market
High speed fan!
Has 8 speed settings, in very hot temp, i just keep it on 8.
Its a strong fan that's hard to tip over and the wind is good.
Has a remote and works with 2.5ghz wifi, which i have so its great. Can control through my phone.
It s a bit noisy on speed 8 but not something that you can't sleep through.
Purchased in January 2021 for $70.00.
Quiet & Amazing
Quiet & amazing! We love this fan. We have purchased a lot of fans and none have impressed us like this one. Good quality, exceeded my expectations I would highly recommend
Love this fan
So glad I brought this fan for summer! Having 8 different speeds is so good. I usually cant sleep with fans on because of the noise but this one is very quiet. Definitely worth the money!
This fan is very easy to assemble and I put it together within about ten minutes. It's got a wide, heavy and very stable base which I like better than the normal cross shaped bases that I always stub my toe on!
The various modes like the natural mode and sleep mode are a great addition and the fan really pushes a lot of air around even at the lowest level. I don't have cooling in my house and so far this has been good enough to keep me cool (on a 40 degree Melbourne day!) It's very quiet as well. The only disappointment is that the wifi features don't work on a 5hz network which, due to NBN, most of us have. It's really only a novelty because there's a remote control anyway but it would have been fun.
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Yes It's Useless / How To Fix It
I've only ever owned cheap pedestal fans, so I was determined to upgrade to something better looking (and hopefully better quality) for my bedroom for those hot summer days and nights.
I naively assumed all fans operated silently, so the first fan I brought ended up being way too powerful and noisy for even my huge bedroom. I returned that one and brought this after reading reviews about how quiet it is, although in all honesty I chose it because of its looks.
When I got it home and turned it on, it made a noise like it was working, but ...no wind came out. I checked the blades weren't in the reverse direction. They weren't. I turned it up to maximum and stuck my face 2cm from the blades. A couple of flyaway hairs started to waft gently. I began to panic. I couldnt return a second fan. I liked the looks of this thing. I'd doggedly set up the wifi connectivity. I'd invested. The fan, for all its fancy little designer fan blades, simply did not create any wind. Well if I'd learned one thing from assembling all these fans, it was that they all appear to use a very similar blade attachment, so I theorised that a cheaper 3 fan blade (which we all know generates wind effectively) might be exactly what it needed. I brought the basic Click 40cm Pedestal Fan (comes in black or white) from Bunnings ($17), and it attaches perfectly. My theory turned out to be correct: the fan now generated about as much airflow on low as a cheaper pedestal fan would on low-medium (legit about 10 times more power than it produced when previously run on maximum), so it was much more efficient/quiet. You would not hear this over a tv or radio, it's quiet enough to have on while youre sleeping.
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