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Lasko 4916 Desktop Wind Tower Oscillating Fan
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- the two fan sections pivot for even wider coverage
- three speeds
- front-mounted electronic controls
- 6" X 6" X 14" tall
- ETL listed with patented, fused safety plug
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Still, set on low, it helps in the afternoons when the sun is coming in through the window and I need a little airflow to keep me awake. The low setting is a nice, gentle breeze that's enough to refresh without whipping papers off my desk.
Had to drop the rating to three stars because I can't take the rattle anymore. It seems to have gotten worse. I just e-mailed Lasko's firstname.lastname@example.org support desk to see if they can recommend a way to fix it without having to return it as defective. I'll update again when I see how their support handles things.
Support was very cool, had me return it to Amazon, who sent me a new one. New one is quieter and hasn't developed the rattle. Raised the review back up to 4 stars.
I like how it is sectioned, so that you can have the two ends pointing in different directions. Useful when oscillating, believe it or not. Constant breeze, but never getting too cold.
It provides a decent ambient noise in the room. I am a veteran suffering from Tinnitus from an IED in Iraq, and this fan is loud enough to cancel out any ringing, but quiet enough to sleep next to.
FEATURES: There are two control buttons nestled together in an inverted pyramid shape. The larger button on the left is the main control button. Pushing once turns the fan on at the highest setting while another push takes it to medium and a third push puts it in low. The second smaller button to the right turns the oscillation on and off. In oscillation mode only the base remains stationary and the upper 2 sections of the unit with the two vents rotate in unison in an arc of roughly 70 degrees taking 10 seconds to complete one complete oscillation cycle of left to right and right to left. There are three soft plastic gripper "anti-skid" feet which are supposed to keep it from sliding when you push the control buttons, but if you press the buttons harder than actually needed to operate the buttons the unit will scoot across the desk a little.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The little room fan that could! Relatively quiet- a nice little low hum that you'd expect from something meant to constantly push air out of it. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
I bought one in walmart a few years back that's what led me to purchase another one but did expect it to be a bit louder while in usePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Bought several of these during a heat wave. They are lightweight, convenient and easy to position. We use them primarily on a desk or dresser top and point directly on us. Read morePublished 2 months ago by RespectfullyReviewed
Loud as all H**L and doesn't move any air for its size. The oscillating movement is very narrow and sounds clunky. Overall a POS....Published 3 months ago by Jonathan
This little fan will be sure to please. Simple to operate (as a fan should be). Makes great white noise for those who can't sleep without it, but isn't "mind numbing" loud. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Crazy Fan Dude