Hunter 90022 12-Inch Oscillating Table Fan, Satin Black with Brushed Nickel
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- 12-Inch satin black table fan with brushed nickel trim
- Powerful hunter motor delivers maximum airflow
- All-metal construction
- Smooth oscillation with 85º range of air movement
- Measures approximately 17-2/3 by 13-2/3 by 9-3/5 inches; 5-year limited warranty
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UPDATE -- 5 STARS -- tried yet another much more expensive fan that was too loud, returned it, bought THIRD Hunter Fan from LNT, same problem--click-click, was done with Hunter, shot off a quick email on their website just to let them know of the defect, turns out they have pretty decent customer service, sent me another fan, NO CLICKS, at least not in the time that i wd have normally started hearing clicks. if you don't hear from me again, i'm happy and you can consider this fan, in my opinion, stylish, the quietest of the many I've tried, and at a good price.
-The oscillation is super quiet. If you don't fully push the knob down for oscillate mode, it will click.
-The fan tilts but it does not tilt that much. It is meant for a table top. Not the floor or close to the ceiling.
-The grill easily comes apart so the blades can be cleaned.
I think this is a heavy duty appliance that's definitely worth the extra cash.
Yep, it's made in China. That doesn't bother me at all. If it bothers you, look elsewhere.
What bothers me is that the 90021 Century 12-Inch Silver Fan is listed at $70 and this black version at $80. Either price is too high, but they both sell for $60 which is also too high as far as I'm concerned. Why list the different colors of the same item at different prices? These fans sell at other retailers for $50 to $60, so the list prices here are hard to accept.
It's just a fan. I realize that some people pay top dollar for top of the line. This is just "above average" though. You'll want to step up to a Vornado Silver Swan Fan or one of those highly hyped Allaire fans from Restoration Hardware if you have even more money to burn on a desk fan.
After researching a number of fans, I saw this one at my friend's house and thought it was a decent compromise. My friend's fan ran smoothly with a lot of power and minimal noise (from the fan head, not the motor). Of course, I did read about others getting clunkers.Read more ›
This is a lot of money to pay for a fan that doesn't function properly one week out of the box.
Now I have to go try for a refund. I don't want a refund, I want what I paid for, a quiet oscillating fan.
Don't buy this model.
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I live in Southern California. I bought this, in conjunction with 2 matching floor stand models, because my air conditioner broke. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Johnny Cajero
Bought this fan several years ago and it's still working great! Quiet as oscillating fans go which I appreciate because I hate background noise. Read morePublished 16 months ago by BurghMo
This has been a very good fan. Quiet operation, smooth oscillation and moves quite a bit of air. I wish I could find a couple of more of these.Published 23 months ago by Kirby Carswell
Sorry-I wrote this review for model #90406. It's just like this 90022 fan but is a different color. I hope the 90022 doesn't have the same clicking noise as my 90406. Read morePublished on August 18, 2013 by magnolia205
This thing blows. I use it year round to regulate temperature in my loft. It's been going strong for years. The screen comes apart fairly easily to facilitate cleaning. Read morePublished on November 26, 2012 by N. Eney
I was impressed with the heft of this fan. The noise level on medium was perfect for "white noise" for sleeping. I rarely used it on oscillate and I kept it clean. Read morePublished on October 8, 2012 by fayelasflores
worked for about a year then quit osilating. opened it up to try to fix...all plastic gears and stripped...if your looking for quality this is not it!!!!Published on September 12, 2012 by jetfn62
I prefer vintage oscillating fans from the 40s to the 60s to modern "metal" fans. After having our first child I decided our vintage fans had to go for the safety of little... Read morePublished on May 26, 2012 by Grimm