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Brookstone - Bed Fan with Wireless Remote
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- Great for couples with different temperature preferences, naturally warm-bodied people, and for alleviating night sweats
- Sends a breeze over the body rather than the entire house-turn off the AC and save on cooling costs
- More effective and efficient than traditional cooling methods, which only affect the air outside the sheets
- Adjustable height clears thick to ultra-thick mattresses on a variety of bed frames
- Wireless remote is backlit upon touch, has variable speed, and sits on the nightstand for easy-to-reach adjusting
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I purchased the Brookstone Bed Fan a month ago. The first one came with a defective wireless remote control that would only work some of the time. Since I wasn't sure whether the defect was limited to the remote control, I returned the entire bed fan and have now been using a replacement one for 2 weeks.
Regardless of how cold the temperature is in our bedroom, I always wake up in the middle of night, hot and sweaty. This item seemed like a perfect solution to the problem. The first thing that you notice upon removing the fan from the carton, is that it's extremely lightweight. My immediate impression was that it probably cost less than $25 to manufacture the bed fan, as it's so sparse on quality materials that it immediately gives the impression that it's cheap. The entire unit is made of very thin plastic, thus I don't see it lasting for a long period of time.
Setting the bed fan up is very easy. You simply take the top section that contains the vents and lower it onto the bottom section that contains the air intake screen. There are 2 clips on either side of the top section. When pressed inward, you can adjust the level of the fan, so that it will be able to direct a flow of air over the level of just about any mattress. It can be set up in one of two ways. The first is to have the intake vents facing the bed. In this case the bottom section of the unit fits under the bed and is out of the way.Read more ›
#1 It's plasticy super light weight. It gets knocked over ALL the time. I flip over, it's on the floor. I get up to pee, it's on the floor. I thought placing it closer to the bed might help but nope it keeps falling over still and I just ignored it mostly cause I'm too sleepy. I imagine this a bigger problem for couples that sleep in the same bed, people with pets and/or kids.
#2 It doesn't blow very well. Its very weak and you hardly feel the breeze, I thought it was due to the blanket blocking it but it still felt kinda weak with only sheets (I have a queen bed so my bed isn't huge either).
#3 It's spendy. For 15$ you can get a regular fan from Walmart (I'll be expecting my endorsement check soon Walmart lol) or somewhere around that range. That's a fraction of the 99$ I paid for this fan. Also the regular fan blew harder (hehe). Just put a box or something underneath it and boom you saved 84$!
my bed onto me. It's great because we don't need to run our air at night and
yet I'm still cool enough. A little loud, but I can live with that.
The Bed Fan seemed a low barrier of entry solution, one I discovered during a recent visit to a local Brookstone store. Reading Amazon reviews, however (I love this community's willingness to help out), I discovered that the original Bed Fan (made in the US) tended to get better reviews. Thus, I took the plunge for this alternate model via a terrific seller within the Amazon Marketplace.
The problem is, the original features a critical design flaw upgraded in this newer offering, in specific an open versus closed encasing around the vertical fan channel. This flaw means a lot less power from the fan, far too much finagling with the sheets to create an artificially encased channel, also a greater likelihood of knocking it over due to less footprint. Let alone the moronic velcro approach to positioning...ridiculous for a nearly $100 fan.
I'd like to point out, however, that neither model fits underneath the front of my standard, Ashley Furniture (mainstream) bed. Thus - and in both instances - I had to leave the fans facing outward (a minor eyesore) with the vents output reversed. Both models support this feature. Be prepared for this eyesore possibility from the get-go.
After several days with each model, the newer (and less well regarded) Bed Fan runs circles around its predecessor. The closed, air flow channel makes a world of difference, and - dare I say it - I'm actually cold in the middle of nights.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this bed fan. It works as it says and is quiet. I can now sleep peacefully next to my always-hot husband without one of us being uncomfortable or inconvenienced. Read morePublished 2 months ago by j_evan3
Love this fan. My husband thought I was nuts when I told him I bought it but now he can't sleep without it. He even put the remote on his nightstand.Published 4 months ago by Neisha Heidelberg
really great and cool off my other half that happens to become an oven even night. however it is a little noise... can't fall asleep with it on easilyPublished 4 months ago by CJ
The only positive thing i have to say about this is that it blows very well, pretty much everything else has been bad and/or annoying
First of all the volume; this thing... Read more
It's a nice, quiet fan; but wasn't the ticket for what I wanted to use it for, which is, as a face/head fan while you sleep...not enough power to cool a head. Nice product, though. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. L. Bernthal
Excellent product however if your comfortable is heavy it causes the fan to topple over and fall. We had to make shift something to keep in from doing soPublished 7 months ago by Leslie M
I get over heated very easily and lose a lot of sleep. It's nice to be able to adjust the level of air being blown under the sheets from barely on to heavy wind. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jason Newsom
Ok please read whole review. Let me put the positives first.... Works amazingly, fairly quiet, has at least 6 fan speed choices. Draw backs.... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lindsay Murdock