Lasko Wind Machine
2017 Lasko Wind Machine 3300 Review (Window Fan)
Lasko 3300 20 Wind Machine 3 Speed Cooling Special discount
20" Lasko Wind Machine Pivot Floor Fan
Lasko wind machine fan 3 speds
5 of The Most Popular Air Circulator Fan You Can Watch
Service and Repair Galaxy Wind Machine
Vintage 1988 Galaxy "The Wind Machine" model 3521
LASKO FAN 20 Air Circulator + remote control
My Lasko Breeze Machine fans.
Amazon Price: $37.12 $37.12 (as of March 23, 2018 10:03 pm –
Lasko's 20" Wind Machine features three high performance speeds, rugged design and construction with a pivoting head for directional air power. Made in the USA from Domestic and Imported Parts. Lasko; 100+ years of quality, comfort and durability.
Powerhouse of a fan!
200 people found this helpful.
This is a great fan, and very powerful, especially for folks on a budget.
333 people found this helpful.
This fan really moves the air. To give you an idea how good this fan works, do you know those 20″ box fans they sell for 15 or 20 bucks, well this Lasko 3300 fan on low blows as hard as the 20″ box fan on high. No kidding. I think this is by far the best fan I’ve ever owned.
13 people found this helpful.
Accuracy of description: The description is accurate. It does have three speeds and it does cool. I use it in my living room which is sitting at 84.5 degrees right now. I don’t feel overheated when the fan is blowing at me which is a plus. It feels great and keeps me from sweating until they finally fix the AC in our apartment after two months of waiting.
My fan search ends here!
7 people found this helpful.
I have heat intolerance and am unable to sleep at night without a fan on, especially since the central air in our home does not go below 70°F. I have been through dozens of fans, and many different types; from stand up oscillating fans to table fans to box fans and window fans, too. This fan BLOWS!! And I mean that as a compliment. It far exceeds in strength, durability, and convenience than many comparable types and brands, even those 2-3 times its price range. I LOVE this fan! Time will tell how it holds up with 3 destructive children 3 years and up(they’re all good kids but they are kids,lol.)
Great white noise
9 people found this helpful.
Love it. I have had this fan for 15 years for a good sturdy white noise and for moving air. On the second of three settings it is louder than most fans with a beautiful sound. The wife and I tossed around the idea of purchasing a tower fan(highly rated). It was tingy and the noise was awful. Returned it. Then looked at $120 vornados. Finally decided, it has worked and will work in future. Only reason I bought (3 of them) was to replace older one (didn’t work as well after 15 years) and to have one in each child’s room as well as ours. Love it.
Absolutely great! Best fan I’ve ever owned.
3 people found this helpful.
It’s hot and super muggy in Brooklyn now and this fan has been one of the best things I ever purchased from Amazon. It arrived in a crunched box and I thought I would find a broken fan inside but to my happy surprise, it was without a scratch. The wind this dynamo produces actually does cool down my hot living room (it’s quite large for a mid-income building in NYC). Sadly, my old air conditioner is kaput. Several years ago, I bought a large overhead light and ceiling fan thinking it would help with sky-rocketing energy costs and I wouldn’t need to run the air-conditioner on high as much. Boy, was I wrong. The afternoon sun burns up my apartment and even with the air-conditioner and ceiling fan, it tends to get stifling in here. Last summer when the air-conditioner sighed it’s last cool breath, I was pinching pennies and decided I needed another fan so I bought a costly Lansko upright model locally. Total waste of money. It hardly blows any air even though it’s silent and oscillates. Still pinching pennies these days, a new AC is not an option. On top of the cost of buying one with a high enough BTU, my building’s management wants $375 just for the installation because of the kind of custom windows we have under strict warranty. All this to say, the Wind Machine 3300 has been doing double-time when the temp rises over 90 and the heat index feels more like 115 degrees. Yes, it’s a little noisy when turned on high and it does not oscillate but that’s nothing I can’t live with for the breeze. I like that I can adjust where the air is blowing by tilting the fan up or down. Twice now, I’ve even forgotten to turn on the overhead fan which proves to me that this (under $40) powerhouse is a bargain. I risked the bad reviews and am thrilled with this purchase! Just keeping my fingers crossed that the Wind Machine will keep working as it is now.