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Vornado 184 Whole Room Tower Air Circulator, 41"
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- Vornado's signature V-Flow Technology provides complete circulation of all the air in a room
- Powerful motor produces higher volume of air movement up to 500 cu ft. per minute and pushes air up to 100 feet
- Unique crosscut outlet create a wide span of constant airflow, eliminating the need for a wobbly oscillating base
- 4 speed settings and energy LED saving timer with 1, 2, 4, and 8 hour intervals
- Whisper-quiet operation and backed by a 5-year limited warranty
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Vornado 184 Whole Room Tower Air Circulator
The 184 Whole Room Tower Circulator offers a more effective way to circulate air with V-Flow Circulation. 4 speed settings, selected by push-button controls, allow you to tailor the airflow perfectly for your needs. An included remote control magnetically cradles at the top of the unit, so the remote is always in reach. And the 184 comes equipped with a 1, 2, 4, or 8 hour timer to ensure you run your tower circulator in an energy-saving, efficient way.
The Vornado Tower Circulator offers a more effective way to circulate air with V-Flow Circulation. Uniquely contoured air outlets create a wide span of constant airflow, without the need for oscillation. With V-Flow Circulation, a high volume of air is continuously moving throughout the room, creating quiet, comfortable whole room circulation.
Save Energy with Whole Room Circulation
Vornado V-Flow Air Circulators effectively circulate all the air in the room. Save energy by raising the thermostat 5º F while maintaining the same comfort level.
Take the Wobble Test
Vornado has eliminated the wobbly base found on oscillating tower fans in favor of a solid and sturdy system that stands the test of time.
5 Year Warranty
When you choose a Vornado, you’re investing in superior performance and design that will deliver total satisfaction. If not, we’ll repair or replace it, for 5 years.
|Duo Tower Circulator||143 Tower Circulator - 29"||154 Tower Circulator - 32"||173 Tower Circulator - 37"||184 Tower Circulator - 41"|
|Max Distance||50 ft.||60 ft.||80 ft.||70 ft.||100 ft.|
|Item Weight||3.74 lbs.||6.85 lbs.||8.42 lbs.||8.05 lbs.||9.7 lbs.|
|Item Dimensions||5.25"W x 5.35"D x 14.5"H||8.9"W x 8.9"D x 29"H||11"W x 11"D x 32"H||10.5"W x 10.5"D x 36.5"H||11"W x 11"D x 41"H|
|High Speed RPM||1900||1380||1225||1530||1050|
|High Speed CFM||107||263||385||322||536|
|Volts / Hertz||120V / 60HZ||120V / 60HZ||120V / 60HZ||120V / 60HZ||120V / 60HZ|
|Power Cord||6 ft.||6 ft.||6 ft.||6 ft.||6 ft.|
|Warranty||5 Years||5 Years||5 Years||5 Years||5 Years|
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The size of the office is small around 150 sq feet. I set the Vornado in the corner (as recommended in the manual) next to a door going outside. Right now I have it on the lowest of the 4 settings and it has cooled down this room a ton! Huge difference within minutes.
I don't think its that loud at all...in fact the loudness is comparable to the other Vornado fan I own, Vornado 215B Full Size Classic Circulator Adjustable Height Fan.
Yes, it is louder on the highest setting but for my usage I will rarely use it that high...maybe to cool the place down fast.
Remote control is round at about 2 1/2 inches in diameter, 1/2 inch thick. Has 3 buttons: Power, Speed, Timer. I can use it across the room at about 8 feet across with no issues.
The cord is a bit shorter than the other Vornado at about 6 feet in length.
Looks great in the office.
Vornado is running like it did the day I bought it.
No complaints here at all.
2 years of nearly daily use here in The Hot Southwest. Working as GREAT as the day we bought it. Ironically, ALL of our Vornado fans are still like new. NO complaints-period.
Below is a copy of my review of the model 154 I also bought. I want to ad that measuring sound, this largest model 184 is by FAR more quiet and blows a LOT more useable air at the same time than my model 154. It has taken me some time living with all these fans to be sure of their differences. If I could choose all over again, I would simply have bought 2 of these 184 models and called it a day. Of course this is too tall to not block the view of our TV so I suppose I really just had no choice. For the record, EVERY room in our house has ceiling fans and forced a/c. But I find that using fans down lower to the ground, do a better job cooling than do ceiling fans, blowing all that hot air gathering up high.
In the past month I have now purchased from Amazon a collection of fans. I bought the:
Honeywell Fresh Breeze Tower Fan with Remote Control, HY-048BP
and Vornado 184 Whole Room Tower Circulator, 41"
Lasko 4000 Air Stik Ultra-Slim Oscillating Fan
as well as this fan the Vornado 154 Whole Room Tower Fan
I have found this to be the perfect compromise in cooling, noise, price, RELIABLE features. I love the look of the Honeywell but I am disabled and the remote simply SUCKS. In fact, if flat out does NOT work....My disabilities are now so severe that the most important feature of all in the end has become a remote as there are times I literally can NOT even get up to make changes. Ordinarily I would think any remote for a fan was simply stupid. But then I never expected to be a basket case either. I have discovered that in a heartbeat, your world can change....
The results I walk away with in the end (as far as comparisons go is that to ME the largest Vornado 184 is the most quiet on the 2 lowest settings (it has 4 speeds instead of just 3) and yet moves FAR more air than the Honeywell. My only problem is it is to tall and blocks the view of our big screen TV. This 154 is the perfect and EXACT size of the Honeywell without the base extension so sits perfectly below the screen and still has the 4 speeds, not just 3. The lowest setting actually seems a bit less quiet than even on the Vornado 184. Not sure why, I had assumed the internals would probably be the same as on the 184. I may have been wrong. Reason I suspect this is that it also seems LOUDER on the highest setting than on the 184 model. All I know for sure is in a side by side test, this Vornado blows quite a lot more air on high than does my 3 speed Honeywell. And the Honeywell is LOUD on all 3 settings by comparison than either the Vornado 154 or 184. In my bedroom, I place this on the floor (carpet) and on the lowest setting of #4, I have it 8 feet away from me and it is almost too strong of a breeze, strong enough to dry out my throat in about an hour. I actually now turn it more away from me so instead it will just circulate the are AROUND the room instead of directly on me. I tried setting it on a 30 inch high wood table but the normally almost silent/lowest setting now resonated a pretty loud hum so back to the carpet it went. Make no mistake, the lowest setting WILL move plenty of air but you need to give it a few minutes to get the job of circulation to take effect.
I like the look of the Honeywell far better than any fan I ever owned. But then I am getting used to the look of these Vornado fans as well and the real important difference is that they move the air in a far wider arc than any other brand. The Honeywell and others simply do no more (to ME) than any simple conventional fan does, yet they make far more noise than any conventional fan. NOT something I like. We also have 3 15 year old school pedestal/conventional stand fans I got on sale for 20 bucks each at k mart for $19.99. All are 14 inch and can be made to oscillate or not etc. These were the very first thing I ever bought made in China. I KNEW they would fail in a month but for 20 bucks I thought, "why not". And here I am, they all work as good as the day I bought them! Go figure. But again, becoming unexpectedly disabled, my fan search began so I could control them from bed or my recliner when unable to move on my own.
I read prior reviews about this having a strong odor. Mine has had NO odor of any kind so guess I got lucky for once. Even though at the lowest setting it seems a tad more noisy that the larger 184 series, it is still perfectly fine for my bedroom to sleep without being disturbed. I am considering returning the Honeywell and buying another 184 Vornado since it is a far more simple design without all the features that FAIL. Like:
1-The remote that NEVER works correctly.
2-The so called ionizer that fails almost ALWAYS within warranty period and always at some point thereafter.
3-The oscillation feature which get noisy and ALWAYS fails and is simply not needed with this style Vornado.
Bottom line for me is the Vornado's of this style move far more air in a very WIDE swath with NO need to oscillate so less to go wrong. It is just a far more simple design. I can best describe it this way. I sit on one side of our living room 14 feet away from the fan & TV. My wife sits at the same distance away on the couch on the other side of that living room 6 feet to my right side. ANY other tower fan has to oscillate to hit us both at the same time, just giving one of us at a time, a BRIEF blast of air, then nothing. This Vornado as well as model 184 hits us BOTH at the same time continuously, with no need to oscillate. It also cools down the entire room much faster and at a much lower (quieter with less electricity) setting.
No fake ionizer to fail & take out the entire fan as well as complicated/faulty remote. The remote control works 100% FLAWLESSLY so if lazy or disabled as I am, it becomes your best friend if bedridden. This once thought trivial feature has become the difference between being trapped in bed all day miserable or being comfortable and that difference is just something I can't stress enough. In the end, my overall opinion is that the best 2 single fans for me are this Vornado 154 and the Vornado 184. Between these 2 fans alone, there is simply NO cooling need that is not met. They cost more. But they DO more with less to go wrong. They also have a 5 year warranty. Ordinarily I never ever give any product 5 stars unless it has stood the test of time. But this journey into the world of tower fans has been such a pain and so full of real surprises, as well as expense, I find this brand to be head & shoulders above the rest. What I need may not be what YOU need etc.....But I have found the performance differences to be so profound in price, performance, noise, convenience (remote control effectiveness) an the like that this simply HAS to get 5 stars from me. If & when it changes, I will adjust this rating down if needed or reiterate how well it has earned it as time goes by. This style and brand has flat out earned it's 5 stars from me, and become a new best friend.
After returning the Ozeri and going through about 4 other tower fans and returning them, I became skeptical. Was there no such thing as a solid tower fan that didnt whobble and feel flimsy? I found out my local Bed, Bath, and Beyond had these in stock. I bought one knowing I could easily return it if I had the same problems as my Ozeri and other fans. However, this is not the case.
This Vornado feels like a $100 fan, it's quality and stability is far above the $130 Ozeri fan. This fan will only slightly whobble if you put pressure on it when pressing the buttons,the Ozeri whobbled from normal oscillation and when you touched the buttons on the Ozeri, the fan moved around dramatically because of how flimsy it was. I had to actually put my hand on the back of it to press some buttons because the buttons had more force required than the entire fan could handle. This fan on the other hand, feels SOLID.
Quickly set the fan up with my Harmony 880 remote in about 2 minutes. Works great! Get this fan over the Ozeri, save yourself $30 and get a much better fan. Ozeri's reviews are skewed due to the fact they offer you free items if you post a positive review. Soon as you order, they email you asking you to review and offer a $20-$40 item if you give it 5 stars.
EDIT: On the second day I had the issues some other reviews were stating. Vibration sounds coming from the fan on 1 and 2 settings. However, it is not the fan but the grills on the front that can cause a vibration sound. You can fix this by tightening all the screws on the case, and then moving the plastic "clips" that are inbetween the grills up or down so they put more pressure on the grills. Has not happened since.
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