Miallegro 1780 Tower Fan, Sophisticated Brushed Metal with Remote Control
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- Sophisticated design that combines art, technology and innovation for the home and office
- Programmable shut-off timer of up to 8 hours to enjoy just the right time
- Slim oscillating vertical design takes up minimal space for wide range of air circulation
- 3 Quiet fan speeds plus distinctive setting to simulate a gentle breeze
- Silent mode and stylish remote control with ergonomic design
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I wouldn't usually write a review, but Miallegro actually called me a few days after I had received the fan to ask if I was satisfied with the product and see if there was anything they could help me with. Superb customer service! I hold their products and customer care in high esteem and will certainly buy from them again.
- rather quiet
- average air movement
Compared to a regular fan, it is relatively quiet. But it is not super quiet as some of the comments stated. When the fan is set at low you CAN hear the fan running during the day. If you have some people over and have music on on the background, maybe you won't hear the fan running. When the fan is set at high the noisy level will be equivalent to a regular fan at Medium speed.
The amount of air the fan is blowing was of my primary concern when I ordered the item. The concern was immediately gone when I turned it on the first time. Note that this fan is not a complete room air-circulating fan. It is to keep one or two persons cool. Well, very cool.
The fan looks fantasitic. It's quite tall! The entire fan has the "Made In Italy" look except the bottom of the fan, the buttons on the fan body, and the remote control. They have the cheap "Made In CHINA" feel. But then those are small parts relative to its entirety.
The 5 operating buttons on the fan body changes their colors as the mode changes. For example, set at low speed, the fan button goes red. set at mid speed, it goes orange (but it looks redish). high speed changes the color to green. Set at 2-hour timer, the timer button goes red. set at 4-hour timer, the button goes orange (again it looks almost red). Set at 8-hour timer, it goes green. There are 5 buttons: Power On/Off, Fan speed(low, mid, high), Osil. On/Off, Timer(off, 2hr, 4hr, 8hr), Wind type (fixed air flow/natural air flow).Read more ›
E-MAIL to Miallego dated 7 June, 2010:
I'm sorry to say that while assembling the Miallego Model: 1760 Tower Fan I had an accident and the top of the unit was broken off. No excuses, but I'm at a loss if anything can be done to rectify my misfortune.
Please advise at your convenience.
Within 24 hours; REPLY from Miallego:
Thank you for your purchase from Miallegro's collection of small home appliances. I'm sorry to hear that the 1780 Tower Fan was damaged during assembly. We will make a one-time exception and send you a new 1780 Tower Fan as a replacement. Along with the new fan you will also receive a pre-paid return shipping label so that you may return the broken unit to us. When ready, kindly drop off the unit to be returned at a UPS location near you.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any further questions or concerns.
Note: This is an exceptional example of customer service! I therefore endorse Miallego and their products most emphatically!
When I first plugged the fan in and got it running there was a buzzing/rattling inside. I dissembled the fan to locate the problem, and it turns out that part of the plastic molding to hold a screw in place for the middle part had broken and was up inside the hollow metal top rattling around. I was able to configure a patch-- again, i got what i paid for- but I'd have sent it back if I'd paid full price because the looks aren't enough to compensate for lower quality construction.
I don't think that the issues I encountered were related to the item having a used status, because while the package had some damage to the exterior, the interior was well packed and well protected, and the fan looked like it was still in the plastic from the factory. Maybe not, maybe that's why this unit was so cheap; thought I'd throw my experience into the mix anyways.
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Actually I love this fan and own 3 of them. This last one i purchased, does not oscillate as do the previous 2 fans. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
It's a great looking fan, very sleek. The remote works well, but after a year of use it has problems oscillating.Published 10 months ago by Daniel Molina
Sexy fan that works quietly and gives me no lip. Looks like I shouldn't be able to afford it.Published 10 months ago by Nathan Upchurch
I have 3 of these fans. I got them in 2010 and now one is on the verge of dying and another is no longer changing speeds - it only goes at the lowest speed. Read morePublished 11 months ago
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great fan, has strength if you want it to cross the air thru a large room.Published 22 months ago by dominique carrizosa
Loud and flimsy. The noise doesn't stay consistent either, it seems to gradually increase and decrease over 10 second intervals. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Joe Maley