Time to put away the winter duvet and get off some clothes! We don’t like disturbed sleep and waking up from a hot, sweaty mess at 4 a.m. Opening windows will not allow fresh air to circulate if it is hot, stale and still outside. Plus, depending on where you live, this might not be the best option either. Cars and buses are screaming, neighbors argue, the wild animals of the night get underway! Depending on your space and budget, a traditional air conditioner or oscillating fan may also not be a practical solution.
Dyson Cool AM07 Air Multiplier Tower Fan
You’re freaking out about how modern this tower fan is, right? It has a completely futuristic design and functionality. It is so modern that it has Air Multiplier technology, which draws and amplifies the surrounding air, providing an uninterrupted stream of smooth air. With no blades, it is much safer, in addition to avoiding air gusts, offering a smooth draft. Its design also reduces noise levels.
As if this were not enough, its simple shape, without blades and without grids, makes it extremely easy to clean . And, unlike other fans, their speeds are not stipulated, but you can regulate it yourself at the level you want from your remote control.
Run to Amazon before it runs out.
Seville Classics UltraSlimline 40 in. Oscillating Tower Fan
This is without a doubt a sleek looking model with its UltaSlimline footprint that matches its UltraQuiet release. It’s so inconspicuous you won’t even notice it. Although of course you will absolutely feel and benefit from its cooling power. It’s a great option for an office, bedroom, or any room that might need a little wind.
There are four settings to choose from: High, Medium, Low and also an Eco setting. The fan itself can be set using an LCD remote control and is also equipped with a timer.
With its contemporary satin black finish, it will find its place in any home and has a floor space of less than a square foot, which means it is a great option for small rooms and apartments.
Featuring an all-steel air intake grille designed to maximize airflow for smoother, more quality, and quieter operation than a plastic fan. We love the simple push button control panel with its large, clearly marked style buttons that make this Seville Classics easy to set up and use. If you are looking for a compact and space saving oscillating tower fan at an affordable price, then this is worth considering.
Lasko Portable Electric 48″ Oscillating Tower Fan
t’s super thin, ultra-thin looking and uniform in appearance, and it’s ideal for living rooms, bedrooms, and offices where you want something understated yet powerful that has strong aesthetic appeal and design so that it fits perfectly into its environment.
It’s one of the larger ventilators we’ve reviewed today, standing at 48 inches tall, which means it’s great for distributing air over your head while you sleep. It offers a slim, space-saving solution to staying cool and refreshed when summer temperatures start to rise.
This Lasko Performance model diffuses cool air throughout the house, providing comfort and relief from heat as well as things like dust particles.
It is equipped with an electronic timer as well as three quiet speed settings. There is a regular and widespread oscillation, and all of this is easily manipulated by remote control. Again, as this is a Lasko product, it comes with the Blue Plug signal. This means your fan is equipped with patented safety fuse technology, so there is no need to worry about a potentially dangerous electrical fault.
For fresher natural air, this device offers a slim and stylish solution. Be sure to also check out the guide to the best cordless fans, for more great products like this.
Honeywell White Comfort Control Tower Fan
Honeywell Comfort Control Tower Fan is not the prettiest or the most sophisticated of models. It’s mostly made of white plastic, but it’s harmless. It also comes with three wind speeds, which is pretty much the basic for all the fans in our review.
The operation of the oscillation function is done with the push of a button on the top of the device. Again, nothing extravagant here! No flashing LED panels that you have to decipher to know how to control. There is a timer, but it only lasts 120 minutes, so if you’re looking for overnight relief, this isn’t the best of our selection for you. You don’t want to get sleepy out of bed 4 times a night just to keep resetting it.
We would say that if you are looking for a basic and simple to use cooling unit and are not on a budget, then this option could be a viable option.