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Amazon Price: $39.99 (as of August 18, 2018 2:09 am –
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A poem about a fan.
I’m quite a large man, my temperature’s hot
Surprisingly sturdy, quiet
Executive summary: In this review I compare 3 fans, including this one.
"TurboForce" doesn’t say it right… "TurboHurricane", maybe?
Let’s be realistic: when you buy a fan, you want it to move the air. This beauty does it IN SPADES! Even on low, it is still pushing quite a bit of air and does so relatively quietly. I set it up a few feet from my bed thinking it was “enough”. Wrong. It’s almost too much, and from me, that’s saying something. If I lay with my back to it (like I normally would) there is enough wind going past my ears that IT MAKE A SOUND – yes, literally the wind rushing past my ear. And that’s on low from 3 feet away! … Frankly, I LOVE IT! I have had too many little fans that just couldn’t live up to the task. But this little jewel does EXACTLY what it is supposed to do. But be advised, it makes noise. Especially on high. This is a FAN! And I am a FAN of this fan!
Excellent fan with a single glaring con,for those young at heart
let me start off by saying this: Before this fan I was sweating enough to get us out of the California drought. With this fan now I am cool as a cucumber I have not drippity drop dropped a single sweat in my room ever since I plopped this puppy on my desk.
The Perfect Air Circulator!
I’ve got a much older version of this fan that still works as well as the new fan I just purchased. The only difference is that the old one, that could be about 10 years old by now, (who knows), is that it produces slightly more white noise. I would rate the new fan a 1/5 in noise, on the medium setting, and the old fan is about a 2/5 in noise (5 being an airplane flying by). I have nothing negative to say about this fan, after using it for thousands of hours. The only notable difference between the much older one is the newer fan does have a slightly shorter power cord, which is slightly inconvenient for my use, but I tilted the fan in a way that makes the cord long enough, so it works out just fine. The cord must be about 50 inches or so long measuring it from the eye. The older one might be 75 inches at most, perhaps. All in all, this is a terrific desk fan, however, i use the two fans to ventilate my rather small space in a basement, and it does exactly that. It makes the area feel much more enjoyable, and I feel like there is a window open, and I don’t even have any windows, in my room. As for the longevity of this product, for an inexpensive fan, you can’t beat this deal. between the low noise and the subtle look, I would without a doubt buy this fan for anyone looking to replicate the feeling of fresh air!
It works as a window-mounted fan, too!
It literally just got here about twenty minutes ago. I’ve already found my likes and dislikes about it. I’ve owned quite a few fans in the kat decade since my room used to be the garage, and just got renovated into a bedroom, but never got fitted with an A/C vent.
Great fan but electrical connections for the switch were/could be a problem
I love the fan. It worked for a couple weeks and then I noted that it would intermittently not turn on. Sometimes turning the switch slightly more or less from the locked speed positions would made it work. Then it stopped working at all. Shipping it to get repaired under warranty (which would cost $$) did not make sense as the “return shipping fee” was going to be almost as much as the fan.
It’s a great fan with plenty of power, which I have used every day since 2015. A good value for a fan that costs only $13.99.
Aloha! What a great little fan. I paid only $12.79 for my Honeywell HT-900. Shipping was free to Honolulu. I purchased this fan in 2015 and since then I use it practically every day. Since I do not have air conditioning in my house, I rely on this inexpensive but reliable room fan. I am considering purchasing another HT-900 to keep in my garage. In Hawaii, plenty of local families use the garage for entertaining their guests. That’s where we set up white, folding banquet tables and serve tasty Hawaiian “pupus” (small meat and seafood appetizers) and beer. It’s also a good place for “talking story” with friends and neighbors. Anyway, back to the fan. It gets extremely hot in my garage. This is the ideal place to plug in my HT-900. For years, I’ve been using an ancient standing fan from the 1980s that weights a ton. The Honeywell is light so that I can place it anywhere. It is now March 2017 and I see the price has increased to $13.99, but it is still an excellent value for a fan of this quality.
Works for my sleeping noise
I Have used a fan for it’s noise to sleep for over eight years now. I have gone threw well over twenty fans in the past eight years. I run a fan non stop for hours until I wake up each and every night. When I travel I take my fan with me as well. I have purchased so many brands and styles. I owned fans that were plastic, metal, standing, floor, expensive, cheap, you name it… I tried most.