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Stanley High-Velocity Blower Fan, 655702
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- Multi-purpose fan ideal for cooling, ventilating, exhausting, and drying
- Two 120-volt grounded outlets make it perfect for worksites
- 3 speeds; 10-foot power cord with grounded 3-pronged plug
- Fully assembled for immediate use
- 12.5 by 9 by 11.5 inches; 9 pounds; 1-year warranty on parts and labor
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At the same time, I also purchased a Lasko 4900 to satisfy comparative curiosity more than anything. Well, the Lasko puts the Stanley to operational shame. Being slightly larger than the Stanley and with much larger air intake grills, the Lasko moves significantly more air, is quieter and appears to have superior build quality. The $10 premium for the Lasko is well worth the additional investment. So much so that I purchased another Lasko to circulate the air in our family room. I found by "bouncing" the airstream off the ceiling, I could noticeably improve the A/C performance in this western exposure, 600 square foot space. And for those concerned, operating on speed 3, the Lasko is quiet enough not to interfere with one's ability to hear the TV.
All considered, I would recommend the Lasko 4900 over the Stanley 655702
I have seen this fan for significantly less at other stores (Menard's), so shop around. Otherwise, I recommend this as a well designed, quality product!
I bought one of these fans to replace a standard 10 inch personal fan to use at work that just wasn't keeping up. I am an electronics technician, and use it to both stay cool, and to keep the air where I am working clear of dust and fumes.
I am impressed with the quality of this product. Sure it's plastic, but it still feels like a solid product. I have been using it steadily for almost 7 months now.
Something to note, it fits in a standard upright locker. I store it in mine at work ever day. I actually hang it by its handle on the coat hooks in the top-back of the locker, leaving room for my tool box in the bottom of my locker. though this might not work for you if your locker has junk hooks as this fan weighs in at more than 8 lbs. Mine has stood up to this sort of use well. It still has minimal scratches and dings on it.
As for use, it has a good design. The blower drum is divided, so half the air is drawn in under the control and outlets and across the motor housing, and the other half through a large intake on the opposite side of the unit. This means I have no worries about the fan overheating even in warm weather. It does however mean you should pay attention to whether or not this fan will be drawing in bad things along with surrounding air. The wiring inside does appear to have been sealed, but I doubt I would trust it against anything more than minimal damp or high humidity. The motor however appears to be a high quality unit. It has a metal casing, and appears fully sealed. Due to everything but the motor being plastic, I have to take extra care not to introduce it to my soldering equipment of course, but that's not been a major problem.Read more ›
I like to clean our own carpets monthly and this little fan works wonders at drying the carpet within minutes (yes, minutes vs. hours like other fans). You could go buy one of those fancy, huge, professional carpet drying fans and spend approx $200 and get the same results with this much less expensive fan.
I don't use the 2 outlets on the side of the fan, but I imagine they could come in handy for some folks. The power cord on this thing is quite robust, which is a good thing if you were to plug in power tools. The cord is of a decent length, too. One of my favorite things about this fan is the rubber feet is has mounted on the bottom to keep it from scooting around. It's electrical areas are mouted a few inches off of the ground so I don't worry when placing it on wet carpet or tile.
Now, this fan has a very narrow direct route of air-flow and really doesn't do a good job of moving air across a wide area, you have to gradually move it if you wish to dry a wide area. This doesn't bother me because I wasn't looking for that in a fan. One other negative to is is the plastic housing...it shouldn't be dropped.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Makes a lot of noise and quits (burn out motors)
Only used 3 mos and Motor burnt out both. (I had 2)
The loud clank noise is annoying. Read more
Great fan! The blower and speeds are able to move a lot of air for the size of the fan. The pivoting directional fan allows the fan to be precise and efficient. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joshua J. Dutt
This high-velocity blower move a lot of air and is quiet. This does a great job drying floors.Published 5 months ago by Glassman
There's spray paint inside and out, it's been caked with dust, dog hair, and dander, then blown out and caked up again within a few months. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sandy SoCal