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Lasko 1827 Adjustable Elegance and Performance Pedestal Fan, 18-Inch, Black
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- Wide Oscillation. 3 quiet speeds to create powerful airflow in your fitness studio or large living space
- Simple -no tools- assembly
- ETL listed. Patented fused safety plug.
- Tilt-back feature to direct air where needed
- Simple -no tools assembly
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Lasko 18" Pedestal Fan, Model 1827
This elegantly designed pedestal fan from Lasko blends into surrounding decor and cools the largest home spaces.
With 90-degree widespread oscillation , you can easily choose to spread the airflow throughout your room. SImply turn the option off for a steady stream in one direction.
Built to be Adjusted
This powerful fan features adjustable fully height, from 38 to 54.5 inches. The fan head also tilts to maximize options for customized airflow.
Quiet & Energy Efficient
Three quiet speeds cool larger home spaces. Engineered to be energy efficient, this fan is a great way to spread your air conditioning throughout your home.
Look for the Blue Plug
All Lasko residential fans feature the patented Blue Plug. This safety device is an additional layer of safety and protection and is designed to cut off electric current to the fan if the fuse inside the plug detects a potentially hazardous electrical fault.
Lasko's No. 1827 Elegance and Performance 18-inch adjustable elegance and performance pedestal fan quietly cools with three energy efficient speeds and features an elegant grill design. A great fan for the great room. Made in the USA from Domestic and Imported Parts. Lasko; 100+ years of quality, comfort and durability.
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But if you want a product that can last for ten years or more, moves a huge volumes of air and don't care what it sounds like, this is the fan for you.
Since I have used previous Lasko pedestal fans before, this was very easy to assemble and I only had to refer to the instructions once. And yes, assembly is tool free for most people. For some people they may want to use a medium sized screwdriver to insert the outer grill.
The new fan blade design moves huge volumes of air even on the low setting, so think about where you are going to use it before purchasing.
Another new feature for me is being able to point the fan almost straight up which is a huge bonus for the all the seasons.
It is very efficient, and it moves a tremendous amount of air, at a reasonable noise level.
The height is very adjustable, and it can oscillate smoothly (though we never use that feature).
I am amazed that you can buy a large, floor-standing, adjustable, oscillating fan of this quality for under $40.
We had previously purchased the 16" diameter Lasko fan on Amazon, and we were so impressed with it
that we bought this 18" Lasko fan... to give us some relief on those rare occasions that our air conditioner
stops working and needs repair.
I must say: even though the 18" model is just 2" larger than the 16" model... it moves at least 50% more air.
I encourage you to choose the 18" model for maximum effectiveness. It is a very impressive fan.
I sleep with a fan on at night. I like the breeze. This thing has 3 settings. Windstorm, Gale, Tornado. I have an old Emerson from 70 years ago that puts out hella wind. I never thought I would find anything that could match it. Yeaaaah.... I turned this thing on high like my old one.... laid down, got blown out of the bed and across the floor.
You were warned.
I gave it for stars because it was a pain to assemble. Whoever came up with the design for putting on the grill should be fired. It took me a half hour of trial and error before I was able to get the dang thing on half way straight. I am not looking forward to the time I need to clean the blades and have to take this thing apart again.
I like the fan and can recommend it, but be ready to have your patience tested putting the thing together,.
Luckily, I could take the fan blade and the shroud off the old model and put it on the new one and it fixed the shortcomings in this version, but without using the old parts this new one would have gone back.
I would much prefer to get an identical Honeywell fan to the one I got back in 2000 that lasted 12 years, but it isn't available any longer. The previous Lasko lasted 4 years, how long will this one last?