Miallegro 1760 Air Ionizer Tower Fan with Remote Control Oscillates Internally
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- Elegant ionizing tower fan purifies air while cooling the home or office/slim internal oscillating design takes up minimal space for wide range of air circulation
- 3 quiet speed settings/stylish remote control with compact ergonomic design
- Programmable shut-off timer of up to 8-hour to help save energy
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Miallegro's elegant Ionizing tower fan elevates the purity of your indoor air. Its internally oscillating tower creates and disperses ions that minimize allergens and pollution, making for a healthier home or workplace. The harmonious slim design optimizes space, giving you fresh air circulation in even the tightest spaces, and its recessed handle and light weight make transporting a breeze. The included remote allows for setting the timer and gliding through its 3 quiet speeds from the comfort of your bed or couch. To refresh, oxygenate, ventilate and sweeten your surroundings, this ionizing tower fan is the perfect addition.
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Upon unpacking and assembly (and to my disappointment), the entire unit did have a cheap feeling to it; The tower and base are made of plastic, and the base is thin and feels flimsy. However, once I screwed it on it seemed sturdy enough without any sway whatsoever. The cover, when ejected, does not go all the way up on its own as another reviewer noted; however I plan on keeping the remote on my nightstand and never opening it anyways so I don't care too much about this. The height is definitely a pro (I chose this over a honeywell simply because it wasn't tall enough and shot air into my mattress instead of me), and on your average queen bed with box spring and bed frame, the fan works nicely to cool you off.
The remote control is a nice touch, however with its circular design you have no idea which button is which in the dark (it is perfectly symmetrical). I just feel for the IR LED bulging out from the disc, and I know that that is the front. The unit runs very quiet in the first two settings, and the third setting does make a bit of noise but it is still magnitudes lower than a traditional standing fan and not loud enough to the point where it becomes uncomfortably noisy. The LED display is dim and not bothersome at all in the night.
I will admit this did make the air in my room feel and smell a lot fresher, as if the window was open. I was skeptical about ionizing fans as this is my first one, but I can definitely tell the difference in air quality (and temperature). The internal oscillation is a neat feature and has a surprisingly wide angle of oscillation (more than 45 degrees for sure, but less than 90).
The fan advertises a "breeze" mode which is supposed to simulate an outdoor breeze. I can't tell the difference and just keep it off, but I think it varies the air output, which is more annoying than interesting. If I wanted a breeze I'd open the window.
All in all I think this unit definitely holds its own for the ionizer and height alone, but its flimsy plastic finish and simplistic LED display makes me think that it is a bit overpriced when compared to its competitors. Ultimately, I would purchase this again.
i attached the video to hear the fan on each setting. The video starts on setting 1 then when it beeps it goes to level 2 then the next beep is level 3 . about 10 secs apart for each setting. the camera is 2 feet away and not directly on the wind path
the motor on setting 1 and 2 will make an annoying clicking sound from time to time which makes the fan unusable at night for sleeping
Now onto my review of the product. I was looking for this particular type of fan because the fans that oscillate the entire tower always end up giving me problems. With the inner oscillation, I find it to be more reliable. This 2nd unit has been just that. Also the fan is rather quiet on the low setting. The medium and high settings on the fan move a large amount of air without the annoying loudness that most fans have. Unless you're a light sleeper, you'll be able to sleep with this on. If you have issues with limited floorspace, you'll be pleased to know that this fan takes up an extremely small amount of space for the job it does. Lastly, this fan just looks cool. It's sleek, has that l.e.d. display, and the display slides back to reveal the remote's location.
Overall I'd have to say that I'm quite pleased with this fan. It does the job it's designed to do and it does it well. For being a brand that isn't as well-known as the major brands, in my case it stands above them.
Packing wise, Miallegro's was IMPECCABLE. Beautifully wrapped and protected (very much unlike the Lasko, which the box was very, very badly battered even to the point of exposing product before unboxing, and this is an amazon prime shippment order.. (the fan worked fine though)
MFKG wise. Miallegro has a very modern look and feel to it that I like. The internal oscillation, and remote control cabin show this fan was designed and manufactured with want and care. Same thing with the instruction manual, expertly written and laminated. Comparitively The Lasko barely had an instruction manual
I hear tell from another review that customer service will follow this same trend, with Miallegro actually responding to customer issues while Lasko leaving customers high and dry. But this is hearsay, take it for what you will (I did)
Functionality wise: Miiallegro is very quiet. On high fan power, it does a great job in small and midsize rooms but not well in larger rooms. It does blow well but keep in mind that fan speed/ wind speed is not what this fan is designed to excel in. Sacrifices were probably made to achieve the internal osci and other form factors.
The Lasko with it's broader and taller frame pushes much more air. It is also quiet as well but not as much as..
The LED lights are not super bright at all. On either model. I think people exaggerate about that.
Four Stars, because nothing is perfect.