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Lasko #4930 35" Remote Control Oscillating High Velocity Fan, Gray
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Lasko's #4930 oscillating high velocity fan with remote control offers the power of a 20-inch high velocity floor fan in a streamlined body. It features three powerhouse speeds and oscillation for broad area coverage. This unit also includes an electronic on-off timer.
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In a word: WOW! This is a fan. Forget about going to the drug store or the local discount store and paying twenty bucks for a pedestal fan or tower fan. Buy this one and you'll never be sorry. As soon as I took this out of the box and turned it on Low, I knew I made the right decision in spades. I recently bought and reviewed a Sharper Image window fan with remote that I bought for my bedroom and for comparison purposes, this fan on Low is probably more than twice as powerful as the Sharper Image fan is on the high setting. This thing moves air.
The tradeoff: noise. Yes, on high it is a loud fan but an air conditioner in the window is loud too. You get used to it. If you turn it off, you'll notice that the TV is pretty loud but so what? Just turn it down. Well worth it to have a lot of air moving around the room. I am not a fan of air conditioning and prefer just having a fan in the living room and a window fan in the bedroom. I think this fan would be overkill in a small bedroom. You want to feel a breeze when trying to go to sleep but not like someone is pointing a hair dryer on high at your face.
This model comes with a remote control and a timer. I think I read in the customer questions someone asking if it had the tab that allows you to redirect the airflow and someone said it does not. Mine does. You can adjust it up or down depending on which direction you prefer. This fan is worth every penny. I'm contemplating a second one.
One piece of advice: take a look around before you turn it on for the first time and make sure it's not pointing at a desk full of papers. Mine turned on at the highest setting. It didn't blow any papers away but the cats were like, "What the heck?!" Definitely the best fan I have ever owned.
TLDR: Very Powerful High Velocity Fan of Totally Unique Design, Not as Noisy as Some Say, It's Powerful Air Stream When Pointed At You Has a Great "Wind Chill Effect" That Will Turn Sitting in An 80 degree Room Make You Feel Like You Are Outdoors On a Windy Autumn Day.
I live in a midrise building in the Metro D.C. Area. It is constructed very well with cinder block and brick that retains heat very well, which is great in the winter but not so great in the spring. Rather than an individual heat-pump for each unit it has a central HVAC system that creates either heat or A.C, but has to be "changed over" from one to the other according to the season.
While the management is pretty good about changing over from heat to A/C early, there is always at least a 3-4 week period before the heat is turned off while the temp outside during the day ranges from 70 to 80. This coming Monday it will be in the low 80's and all week will be in the hi 70's, but the heat will still be on (hot water will be running throught a large nine story building which brings heat to my unit even if with my HVAC convector unit turned off. Because of its solid construction the building will retain that heat within my unit.). The temperature in my unit is usually 10+ degrees warmer than the outside air while the heat remains on.
This fan will not lower a room's temperature, but have it pointed at you and it's wind chill factor will literally act as an airconditioner within a narrowly focused degree range (Wind-chill is the perceived decrease in air temperature felt by the body on exposed skin due to the flow of air.) The fan is able to throw its airflow for long distances. My living room is only 25' long so am not able to tell you its maximum air throw ability.
I sit approximately 7 feet from the fan. It is so powerful I only need to run it on low where the noise level is a surprising low level and not irritating, pleasnt white-noise. But even on high, it is not that loud, condsidering it is a high velocity fan. And the wind speed it generates at high will literally blow stuff off your table or desk, so it is unlikely you would use the fan at the high setting without the fan being relatively far from you, thus reducing the noise you hear.
The fan has louvers that allow you to adjust the direction of the wind flow vertically. It also oscilates. On/off/speed/and oscilaiation all can be set via the remote. It also has a timer function. Once the A/C is turned on in my building I will use it to bring cold air nore efficiently from my living room, where the HVAC convector is located, to the adjoing dining room area and use the oscilation feature
I have been using Lasko products for years and have found them to be reasonably priced and problem free and durable.
#2 No moving parts that my 15 month old can get into. He has stuck his fingers in the slots with no initial worry from me he would get them chopped off like with a standard circular fan. He knows now not to stick his fingers in there, even though he wouldn't get hurt.
#3 remote control of the fan is a plus.
#1 con- the other reviews shared about the oscillation turning no more than 45 degrees. Well that's true, and it kind of sucks. I feel the room could be better cooled if the fan had better oscillating range. This is my only mechanical complaint.
The fan came Fully assembled, as it states on the box. So it was easy plug- in- play.
I recommend this fan if you don't like moving parts for safety reasons (small children) and you like a fast cooled room.
UPDATE 25 Apr 2017 This fan is still going strong after 3 years! It was worth what I paid for, as we use this off and on all year long; to cool or to circulate the air. You do have to clean the dust bunnies every now and then, just like any other fan, but I put this up there as a best Buy!