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Honeywell Fresh Breeze Tower Fan with Remote Control, HY-048BP

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  • 3 speeds, timer function for 1-12 hour shut-off
  • Electronic LCD display, easy to use touch button controls
  • Programmable Thermostat
  • Remote Control withbuilt-in flashlight, washable air filter
  • Oscillation for greater air distribution
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  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 8.2 x 32.8 inches ; 12.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: USA
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  • ASIN: B000E13ERQ
  • Item model number: HY-048BP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,089 customer reviews)
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Honeywell Fresh Breeze Tower Fan withRemote Control

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The Honeywell 3-speed digital tower fan with ionizer exudes the feel of a spring breeze throughout your home. The powerful, Turbo Wind generator blades move more air than typical blades. You can turn on the breeze mode to simulate a gentle outdoor wind, or set the fan to shut off on its own in 2-, 4-, or 8-hour intervals. Either way, you can control it from your favorite spot with the convenient remote control, which features three cooling speeds and infrared technology. The tilted head also allows for directional cooling, and the strong motor operates with a quiet performance. Best of all, this fan's ionizer and dust/pollen filter can provide relief from allergies.

What's in the Box
Tower fan, remote control with three cooling speeds

Customer Reviews

Love the remote control feature.
Stephanie R. Beeson
I can also cool down my bedroom only at night for sleeping while leaving the room at normal temperature during the day.
Complexity
Keeps the room nice and cool and fan is very quiet.
Russell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

632 of 657 people found the following review helpful By Eric J. Kovach on August 3, 2006
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I bought one of these fans locally and I liked it so much that I ordered another one from Amazon.

Here are the pros and cons as I see them.

Pros:

1. It pushes a lot of air - I can get a nice breeze from as far as 25 feet away.

2. It doesnt take up a lot of room.

3. It is not ugly like many fans are.

4. The remote control with flashlight is a nice feature even though I rarely use it. For the person who complained about one LED being burned out straight out of the box. Only one LED is for the flashlight. The other is for the remote control functions and doesnt illuminate.

Cons

1. The breeze feature is kind of annoying because of the fluctuation of the noise level.

2. You have to hold the remote in a specific postition to make it work. If the fan is oscillating, its hard to find that position.
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622 of 654 people found the following review helpful By Keith Chiem on August 3, 2010
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I have central AC, but my home office is typically a few degrees warmer than the rest of the house. I decided to add a fan to help cool the area off, but I wanted the quietest fan that did the job. I ended up ordering the following three fans through Amazon for comparison:

- Lasko 4924 Space-Saving High-Velocity 3-Speed Oscillating Blower Fan (HVB)
- Honeywell Digital Tower Fan with Remote and Ionizer
- Lasko 42 In. Wind Curve Tower Fan

I'll start with the quick summary for the TL;DR crowd. In terms of air flow, from highest to lowest, the ranking is: HVB >> Wind Curve > Honeywell. In terms of noise, from loudest to quietest: HVB > Honeywell > Wind Curve. Thus, the fan with the best air flow for the noise generated, and the one I picked, was the Lasko Wind Curve.

And now for the details, for those that don't suffer from ADD. Wall of text inc.

Power Usage

I was able to measure power usage for each fan using a Kill-A-Watt meter. All 3 fans had 3 output settings (low/med/high), and I measured their power usage to be:

HVB - 95/103/111 watts
Honeywell - 32/36/40 watts
Wind Curve - 37/41/47 watts

Noise

I used an SPL meter app on my iPhone to measure how loud each fan was at each of those settings.
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226 of 246 people found the following review helpful By Complexity on April 16, 2012
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I'm a hot sleeper, and I've tried many things to help cool me down so I can sleep. This fan has turned out to be the BEST thing I've used by far. I discovered this fan at a doctor's office and then again at a sleep center. After experiencing it at both locations, I decided to buy one for myself. I've had my fan for almost a year and could not imagine being without it now.

The fan performs all the normal features you'd expect of an oscillating room fan as already mentioned by many others so I'm not going to review those features. Instead, I'm going review one feature that is often overlooked: the temperature control.

The temperature control is the feature that puts this fan above all others. It literally behaves like a thermostat! After turning the fan on, setting the temperature control is very easy. You just press the mode button one time and use the up/down arrow buttons to set a specific temperature (2 degree increments). That's all there is to it. Once set, the fan will run until the room has cooled down to the set temperature, and then it will shut off automatically. When the room temperature raises above the set temperature, the fan will turn itself back on automatically. It does this just like how a thermostat controls an air conditioner!

The temperature control offers incredible flexibility. I don't have to babysit the fan so I don't have to run back and forth to turn it on and off as the temperature fluctuates from daytime to nighttime. I can cool down while using the fan just in my bedroom while leaving the rest of the house as normal so I don't freeze out my children. I can also cool down in my bedroom only at night for sleeping while leaving the room normal during the day.
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239 of 268 people found the following review helpful By Joey on March 25, 2007
I am not entirely sure if this is what I have but it looks identical. (My Model #: HY-047B) From my experience of using several tower fans, this Honeywell product is excellent. It pushes a lot of air quietly and oscillates in a wider angle compared to the tower fan from Lasko. Its look is decent but if you prefer a fancier fan, I would recommend Lasko 42" Wind Curve though it doesn't circulate as much air. (I have recently bought this Lasko fan and returned it because it is not powerful enough; its third level of wind speed is only equivalent to the first level of this Honeywell fan.) In addition, I like that this fan comes with a filter that can be easily washed and reinstalled. I would consider this a four-season fan because its three levels of wind speed fits my needs all year round unlike the Lasko 42" Wind curve, which I would consider it as a winter fan, and Nexus Tropical Breeze, which I would call it a summer fan because it pushes unbelievable amount of air to great distances. I plan to buy another Honeywell 3-Speed Digital Tower Fan soon.
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