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Monday, March 31, 2014

Review: Ozeri 360 Oscillation Tower Fan, with Micro-Blade Noise Reduction Technology

I was super excited to be asked to review this Tower Fan from Ozeri. I knew from my previous use of their products that this would have the same quality and usefulness. The fan happened to arrive right as we were hit with another wave of bitterly cold weather and our temperatures plummeted to single digits! Not very common for our area. No way I couldn't turn on a cooling fan when we were struggling to stay warm! My first thought when the weather man said we would begin warming up, was that I would finally get to try out the fan! It has exceeded my expectations! There were many more features and functions than I anticipated.
When the fan arrived I had to assemble the base, but it was super simple and I completed it in just a few moments. Assembling the base, plugging it in and putting the included battery in the remote were all I needed to do and the fan was ready. 

Within moments from across the room we could feel the cooling breeze. We love that the fan has a quiet operation. We can have it on and it doesn't disrupt us while watching television or talking. It is even quiet when we have it oscillating. 

The remote control is a great feature too! You can control all the functions without running back and forth to the fan. You can choose from 3 wind speeds, 3 breeze patterns, set a timer so the fan automatically turns of, set a temperature so the fan will turn on and off based on your target temperature and you can choose from four oscillation setting: 60, 90, 120 or 360 degrees. The is also a night mode display that dims the icons on the LED screen.  
The Tower Fan measures just under 38 inches tall and only 6 inches wide, which makes it an awesome choice for small spaces. The remote control is about 3 1/2 inches long and 1 5/8 inches wide. There is a convenient built in compartment for the remote on the back of the fan. The fan is light weight so moving it to suit your needs is an easy task. 

Summer has not arrived yet and I am already in love with the Tower Fan. I know this will be super for us once those triple digit, heat index days come back in and blast us with heat! 

You can check out the Ozeri 360 Oscillation Tower Fan, with Micro-Blade Noise Reduction Technology on Amazon

Disclosure: I receive a product to facilitate this review. The opinions expressed are 100% my own and you opinion may differ form mine. This post contains affiliate links.

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