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Lasko #2554 42-Inch Wind Curve Fan with Remote
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- Multi-function remote control
- High-reaching tower design for maximum air delivery
- Convenient electronic timer can be set from 0.5 - 7.5 Hours
- 3 Quiet Speeds
- ETL listed. Patented fused safety plug.
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- 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.
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
I used an SPL meter app on my iPhone to measure how loud each fan was at each of those settings.Read more ›
I have a toddler and an infant.
Why I was not looking for a fan with blades:
Fans with blades can be a danger, but so can the heat, so I decided on a tower style fan for our rather small apartment. Standing fans we have had in the past were easily tipped and the front metal plate or sometimes plastic was quick to pop off as it hit the floor blade still going strong. Very scary when your child is just 2 and has tipped the fan.
My experience so far:
*auto shut off
The first day I was quite worried as the fan had tipped (my husband the larger child in the home was playing with it) and it would not turn back on. I became very worried. I unplugged it and plugged it back in. Sure enough this fan has a safety so that if it is tipped it will turn off.
So far the baby has tackled it with his 26lb body and it has held up. It is just tall enough that my toddler can't yet push the buttons.
I didn't really care if the fan was quiet or not, but it was an added bonus that it is very quiet compared to our Lasko box fan. If you aren't looking at the fan you would never know that it is rotating. Also make sure you get the screws in the right place. The diagram is poorly labeled. That may be the problem with some of the fans people are having noise with. There are more holes than there are screws and the diagram suggests that they go into holes that they really don't belong in. I will include a picture of the base so you can see.Read more ›
1) The fan comes assembled - only the base needs to be attached (you'll need a Phillips-head screwdriver). I had no trouble getting the two halves of the base to fit together, and then attaching it to the fan itself. The instructions are clear. No problems at all.
2) Operating the fan is easy - whether with the remote control (included) or by using the buttons on the top of the fan. You will need to pick up two AAA batteries for the remote. The buttons are coded with icons to make it easy to turn on the fan, switch speeds, and add oscillation or the ionizer feature.
3) Great job circulating air, with or without using oscillation -- when combined with the ceiling fan in our family room, it really does feel like we're surrounded with comfortable spring breezes!
4) Very, very quiet - in fact, it's much quieter than the little $20 fans we've placed around the room in the past to circulate the air. I hardly notice that it's on at all.
1) It's a bit large and a tad top-heavy - the base is light-weight plastic, which makes the fan seem a bit top-heavy, especially on thick carpet. So far, we haven't had a problem with this, but I could see it falling over easily if someone bumped into it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very disappointed that I was not able to replace this fan. The speed setting button was broke, and they said I would have to get a refund which I did not want, I simply wanted to... Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Dawn R. Bussey
I love this thing. It works almost too well, it was my hero during the most recent heat wave.Published 8 hours ago by Mimi
Terrible fan. Ordered it because I had a previous version of this fan that lasted for 8 years before it gave out. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Michael
This fan works good but its not as quite as I thought it would be, also the fan makes a very funny noise on low like its clicking or something. Read morePublished 4 days ago by rex864
After regular use for about six months, has started making some perturbing noises. This has raised some serious concerns re: long-term functionality for me, which is sad, because... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Arrianna
Best feature: it's quiet!
Lightweight, can easily carry from room to room, before you decide to buy one for each : )
timer if you wish to set how... Read more