Holmes HBF2010AWM 20" White 3 Speed Box Fan
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- 3 speed-settings, 20 Inch blade diameter - HBF2010A-WM
- Patented blade design for maximum airflow, Removable front grill for easy cleaning.
- Attachable feet for extra stability
- Integrated carry handle for ease of portability. Cord wrap neatly stores away. Ideal for Medium Rooms. Measures approximately 21 inch x 4.5 inch x 21 inch
- 1-year limited warranty.
- High efficient motor and blade combination costs less than $.02 a day to run
- Three speed settings
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Surround Yourself in Comfort.
The Holmes brand provides products to transform the home environment for enhancement and ultimate comfort in everyday living. Bringing elements of design, performance and value together in climate control and air quality products, families can depend on the Holmes brand to offer both style and functionality while effectively optimizing their home environment.
Holmes 20 Inch Box Fan
The 20 inch blade diameter of this box fan provides cooling relief during the hot and muggy weather. The sturdy metal frame and multiple speed settings make this ideal for use in medium and large rooms. The integrated carry handle and cord wrap are available for added convenience. Three speed settings allow you to select your fan speed for optimal comfort and airflow. The compact, lightweight design allows you to save space. For added stability, the fan comes with attachable feet. This Made in the USA box fan features a highly efficient motor and blade combination that costs very little to run all day. 1 Year Limited Warranty.
- 3 speed-settings
- 20" blade diameter
- Attachable feet for extra stability
- Integrated carry handle for ease of portability
- Cord wrap neatly stores away
- Removable front grill for easy cleaning
- Patented blade design for maximum airflow
3 Speed Settings
Set and control your fan speed for optimal air flow and comfort with 3 speed settings.
Costs less than 2 cents per hour to operate.
Powerful, Quiet Circualtion
Engineered 20 Inch blade design allows for maximum airflow and circulation all while maintaining whisper quiet operation.
Made in the USA
|Stand Fan||Table Fan||Window Fan||Personal Fan||Tower Fan||High Velocity Fan|
|Best Use For...||Large blade diameter and motorized oscillation help to deliver a powerful airflow in large living areas where there is ample floor space.||Small footprint allows for use on a table or desk and is ideal for use in bedrooms or other small living areas of the home.||Designed for use in most double hung and slider windows. Can be used to bring in fresh air from the outdoors or to exhaust stale indoor air.||Small blade size is designed for personal space cooling and is ideal for use in bedrooms, office cubicles, or dorm rooms.||Slim space saving tower design takes up less room than stand fans and is ideal for use in living areas where floor space is limited.||Durable construction and powerful air velocity makes this ideal for use in the garage or workshop.|
|Airflow||High||Medium||Medium||Low||Medium to High||High|
|Form||Stand||Low profile||Low profile||Low profile||Slim Tower||Floor|
|Use Location||Living room, bedroom||Kitchen, bedroom||Kitchen, bedroom||Office, desk||Living room, bedroom||Garage, basement, workshop|
Chill out with the Holmes 20-inch box fan. Three speed settings ensure that you can adjust the airflow in your room to match your desired comfort level, and it has feet for maximum stability. Wrap the cord around the back so that you can take this Holmes 20-inch box fan anywhere quickly.
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Why does it make this rhythmic wobbling, cranking noise, you might ask. Does it hate us? Is it sentient? From my research, and from opening the fan up to see its twisted inner workings, no, it is a simple manufacturing defect. The blades you see, are plastic and very easily are moved from their precarious position upon the motor.
How does one fix this? After putting the fan back together, I discovered that pressing on the middle of the fan where the logo is, while it's on its fastest setting pushes the blades back into the position they need to be in to smoothly rotate. After a while though, and especially if you move the fan around a lot from the window to the floor like I do, it begins wobbling and making noise again.
In conclusion, I bought this fan because it was cheap, and I am poor. Other fans have fancy features and although I looked at them, I thought to myself, no. No, I do not need the luxury and quiet of a $50 fan. Nay, not even a $30 fan. For I am not a picky person. I am content with the mass-manufactured, unexceptional fan. But I was wrong.
Unboxed the fan upon arrival today, and I found two of the screws used to hold the protective grill in the bottom of the box. Took out my Phillip's screwdriver and reinstalled them -- I"m just grateful they were in the box. Be aware that the power cord is not attached -- it is detachable and in the bottom of the box. If you're someone prone to loosing things, then you'll likely loose the cord from season to season. You'll also find two detachable "feet" for the located in the bottom of the box. All three speeds work as promised. No extra noise other than air movement. I consider these $20 box fans to be replaceable from season-to-season due to the struggle to keep the blades and screens clean. I'm happy with the purchase.
Update: a little disappointed , hard to make this fan work as described above. Because the switch and the cord are in the middle of the back of the fan, so I have to put the paper filters on the front. This means that I have to take apart fan and clean the blades more frequently than the types of box fans that have the switch on the top and cord on the bottom.
This box fan does what we need it to do: push cold air from one end of our house to the other. It's fairly high powered, and surprisingly quiet, compared to our last fan.
There are a few features I dislike, however. There is no handle on the top of the fan, only a hand-hold built into the back of the fan, which makes it awkward to pick the fan up and move it. The controls are on the back as well- a tiny knob right behind the center of the fan blades that is awkward to reach (especially for those of us who have difficulty bending over due to spinal problems) as well as awkward to turn, and makes it very difficult to see which setting the fan is on. The power cord connects right under the control knob, causing the cord to stick straight out from the back of the fan, which makes it MUCH more of a tripping hazard. (The cord has already tripped me twice, and we've barely had it a week!) Finally, the way the feet are designed only prevent the fan from falling backward, not forward, which can be problematic if the fan is accidentally bumped into.
This fan will work for us, but I will definitely be more careful when purchasing box fans in the future.