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Honeywell Fresh Breeze Tower Fan with Remote Control, HY-048BP, Black
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- 3 speeds, timer function for 1-12 hour shut-off
- Electronic LCD display, easy to use touch button controls
- Programmable Thermostat
- Remote Control withbuilt-in flashlight, washable air filter
- Oscillation for greater air distribution
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Honeywell Fresh Breeze Tower Fan withRemote Control
The Honeywell 3-speed digital tower fan with ionizer exudes the feel of a spring breeze throughout your home. The powerful, Turbo Wind generator blades move more air than typical blades. You can turn on the breeze mode to simulate a gentle outdoor wind, or set the fan to shut off on its own in 2-, 4-, or 8-hour intervals. Either way, you can control it from your favorite spot with the convenient remote control, which features three cooling speeds and infrared technology. The tilted head also allows for directional cooling, and the strong motor operates with a quiet performance. Best of all, this fan's ionizer and dust/pollen filter can provide relief from allergies.
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Tower fan, remote control with three cooling speeds
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My only complaint is that the stickers on it for assembly don't come off well.
If anything changes, I will update the review.
Update: you don't choose a temperature, you set a minimum temp that the fan cools to and shuts off. Just clarifying for those as blonde as me.
The fan performs all the normal features you'd expect of an oscillating room fan as already mentioned by many others so I'm not going to review those features. Instead, I'm going review one feature that is often overlooked: the temperature control.
The temperature control is the feature that puts this fan above all others. It literally behaves like a thermostat! After turning the fan on, setting the temperature control is very easy. You just press the mode button one time and use the up/down arrow buttons to set a specific temperature (2 degree increments). That's all there is to it. Once set, the fan will run until the room has cooled down to the set temperature, and then it will shut off automatically. When the room temperature raises above the set temperature, the fan will turn itself back on automatically. It does this just like how a thermostat controls an air conditioner!
The temperature control offers incredible flexibility. I don't have to babysit the fan so I don't have to run back and forth to turn it on and off as the temperature fluctuates from daytime to nighttime. I can cool down while using the fan just in my bedroom while leaving the rest of the house as normal so I don't freeze out my children. I can also cool down in my bedroom only at night for sleeping while leaving the room normal during the day. Plus, because the air coming out of the fan feels colder than the room temperature, the feeling of being cooled is instantaneous. It does this better than any other fan I've used! In fact, sometimes the air feels so cold that I have to turn it off to not freeze my own self too much.
So not only does this fan offer all the benefits of an oscillating tower fan, but the temperature mode automatically controls the fan so it runs when the temperature is too high and stops when it's cooled back down again. But the best part is that the air truly feels colder than I have experienced with other fans (even ones with a more powerful air outflow), making this particular fan the best one I have ever used. I cannot explain why the air feels colder on this fan than other fans. I simply know that it does.
UPDATE: I ran across my old review and thought I would update it. I bought two of these fans on June 29, 2011. It is now March 9, 2013 and both fans are still working perfectly! I haven't even had to replace the batteries on the remote controls yet even though I use one quite a bit (I never expected to use the flashlight feature so much, but I use it very often).
I am still very pleased with my fans. I use one every single day, almost all day long; although, it can be too cold at times so I turn it off if I get chilled. I am contemplating buying a couple more fans just to keep on hand since I know these fans won't last forever, and I can't imagine doing without one now. I've bought many different fans over the years and nothing has come close to cooling me down as well as this particular model. This was definitely one of the best buys I've made!
UPDATE 2: It is now April of 2014, and both of my fans are still working perfectly even after 3 years of daily use! I cannot be more pleased with the performance of these fans!
UPDATE 3: It is now January of 2015, making my fans 3.5 years old and I still love them. Both fans continue to work flawlessly even though I turn one on and off frequently every day and even once had a bookcase fall over and knock over the fan so hard that it came apart. I just snapped the pieces back together and it was up and running as if nothing had happened. This model continues to remain the best fan ever!
I also want to note that I edited my review slightly to be careful to not imply that this is an actual air conditioner. My wording has appeared to upset some people so I tried to explain myself more clearly with the edits (e.g., clarifying that the temperature control does the same basic thing as an air conditioner *thermostat* instead of saying it behaves like an air conditioner). Hopefully, this will help convey my meaning more clearly. But make no mistake about it, the air that comes out of this particular fan model does in fact feel COLD, far more any fan I've ever tried. I don't know how it does it. I understand that it is not an actual air conditioner. But considering that the whole reason I bought the fan was to cool me off and the air from this fan actually FEELS like cold air coming from an air conditioner, I'd say it's doing all I hoped for and more. We can mince words on what to call it, but I know what the air feels like no matter what name is used. I actually get cold from it. No other fan has ever done that before. So while I want to make it perfectly clear that this is a fan, not an air conditioner, there is no mistaking that this one remains the best fan I have ever used. The air coming out FEELS COLD, unlike any other fan I've used. That may be why my doctor and the sleep center selected this exact fan model for their professional businesses. I'm very glad I got one (make that two) for myself.
UPDATE 5! It is now August 2017, and I still love my fans! I bought a third fan on June 2015. I honesty cannot tell which fan I bought first, second, or third. They all look just as good as new and all work perfectly. I'm still very, very pleased with these fans.
I think the best way I can sum up how happy I've been with this fan is this: Since I bought my first one in June 2011, I have not bought any other fan ever since. I only bought two more of these same fans. I bought several fans before, but none ever since. These fans do all I want and they do it as well as I hope for. I continue to be thoroughly pleased with this fan for over 6 years and counting.
The manual says that the fan is most stable when the pedestal is not installed, but I find that it's fine, unless maybe you have a dog/cat/toddler running around and might knock it over.
It's also pretty easy to move around from room to room-- just lift it from the handle at the top.
The highest setting is rather strong and since the fan is tall, it can cool a room with several people in it.
Because of its height, you can feel it while lying in taller beds (the top of mine is 28 inches from the ground).
Built-in timer is useful for sleeping.
(I don't think it gets cool enough here in Hawaii to register on the temperature sensor and shut off, but I assume it works.)
Everything you'd expect from a fan-- oscillation, speed settings, etc.
The instructions for putting the fan together with the base was a little off. It says to twist the pedestal onto the base to secure it. After twisting and trying to get it to stay, I realized that there's no way to secure the two together that way. I did notice that there were some screws included and what appeared to be screw holes through the base and pedestal. Lo and behold, you line the holes up and secure the screws in. Nowhere in the manual is any of this noted.
Secondly, the remote will sometimes send two signals instead of one. For example, when you turn on the fan, it starts in the highest speed setting. Press the power button a second time and it will change to medium speed, a third time-- low speed, and finally turn off on the fourth press. Usually the lowest setting is enough for me, so I will press the power button three times; however by doing that the fan shuts off. It registers as four presses instead of three, so you have to be really careful to press the buttons on the remote lightly so that they don't accidentally register as two presses.
Third, this may not be a big issue, but the oscillation sign is always showing on the display, regardless of whether the fan is actually in oscillation mode or not. You would think that it would show only in oscillation mode because otherwise, what's the point of it?
Finally, and this may or may not be an issue for most people, but I sometimes wish that there were more speed settings. The lowest setting isn't exactly gentle if it's blowing directly at you. If there were four or five speed settings, one could be used for very gentle, "natural"-feeling air.