|Product Dimensions||33.02 x 33.02 x 107.95 cm; 5.44 Kilograms|
|Noise Level||35 dB|
|Item Weight||5.44 kg|
Lasko Wind Curve Platinum Cooling Fan, Silver, 13 x 13 x 42 inches ; 0.5 ounces
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||33 x 33 x 108 centimetres|
|Item Weight||12 Pounds|
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From the manufacturer
Lasko has been creating great-looking, high-performing home comfort products in the U.S. and around the world for more than 100 years. The company has grown to an international organization and market leader in portable fans and ceramic heaters including room fans, high velocity fans, ceramic, low-profile heaters and many more.
Wind Curve Tower Fan with Nighttime Setting
Lasko’s Wind Curve tower fan has a space-saving design that blends into your home decor. The high-reaching design, 3 quiet speeds, and oscillation provide maximum air delivery and full-room coverage. Set the fan to automatically turn off with the electronic timer option. The convenient Nighttime setting automatically decreases fan speed and dims controls for overnight use. Has a built-in carry handle and on-board remote control storage. Comes equipped with patented safety fuse technology.
- Powerful tower fan featuring 3 quiet speeds and an electronic auto-off timer function (set up to 7.5 hours)
- Nighttime setting automatically decreases fan speed and dims control lights when needed
- Widespread oscillation for full-room coverage
- Easy-to-use controls, plus convenient multi-function remote
- Equipped with Lasko's patented, fused safety plug
Slim, Space-Saving Design
Tower fans feature a slim, space-saving design so they fit perfectly into any home office, bedroom, living room, or any room in the home. With widespread oscillation, tower fans provide a cooling breeze throughout your space. Features a built-in handle for portability.
This oscillating tower fan from Lasko features easy-to-use electronic controls for selecting fan speed, oscillation and timer options. This tower fan also comes with a multi-function remote control with on-board storage so you can control the fan from the comfort of your sofa or your bed.
THE BLUE PLUG is an important safety feature on all Lasko residential pedestal fans. The plug is designed to cut off electric current to the fan if it detects a potentially hazardous electrical fault in the fan’s motor or power supply.
|Wind Curve Tower Fan with Nighttime Setting||42" Wind Curve with Fresh Air Ionizer|
|CONTROLS TYPE||Electronic controls||Electronic controls|
|OSCILLATION||Widespread oscillation||Widespread oscillation|
|SPEEDS / SETTINGS||3 speeds||3 speeds|
|REMOTE CONTROL||Multi-function remote control with on-board storage||Multi-function remote control with onboard storage|
|HEIGHT||42.5 in.||42.5 in.|
|TIMER||7.5-hour timer||7.5-hour timer|
|COLOR||Platinum and Grey||woodgrain|
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I compared the Lasko fan to the Holmes 32" Oscillating Tower Fan and there was no comparison. The Holmes fan was too short to generate a breeze above my bed where I needed it. The power of the fan was also extremely weak in general--especially since it was being advertised as a whole house fan. Essentially, Holme's most powerful breeze was equivalent to the lowest setting on the Lasko. The interface was confusing. And there also was no remote. The Holmes base is sturdy and I experienced no rattling.
I also compared the Lasko to the Sunter 40" Tower Fan (2 Pack Combo with a 13" Personal Fan). While I preferred the look of the Lasko (the silver color made it more versatile for both dark and light color themes), the truth is, of all three, the Sunter was the most powerful--though maybe only a step above. The 40" height was still high enough to reach over the bed where I needed it. Its top portion of the vent is not adjustable up-and-down like the Lasko--but most fans don't have that feature. The Sunter was fairly quiet, but not as quiet as the Lasko. The remote appears chintzier than the Lasko's but it turns out Sunter's remote range is stronger than the Lasko's. The Sunter base is sturdy and I experienced no rattling. However, I did experience vibration and rattling with its bonus personal 13" fan that came with it.
Of all three fans, the Lasko was the easiest to assemble. I felt the Lasko was the most attractively versatile with its silver finish. Both the Lasko and Sunter have an easy interface to understand. Both were sturdy and did not rattle. The Lasko has the quietest breeze, with the Sunter a close quiet second. However, the Sunter offered the strongest breeze, with Lasko being a close second. Both were good for 20 x 20' rooms. The Lasko offers three speed settings; the Sunter offers four speed settings. Both offer timers. The Lasko offers an ionizer feature which is nice; however, the Sunter offers an interesting evening breeze feature. (The evening breeze feature tapers off the breeze to the next lowest level every half an hour as you drift off to sleep--VERY nice.)
Finally, [at the time of this review] the Lasko costs $56.52 on Amazon; while the Sunter costs $39.99 at Costco (or $44.32 on Amazon). The $16 higher price for the Lasko dramatically altered my star rating for the product down to a 4-star. And since the Sunter is fairly comparable (with a bonus fan) at a dramatically cheaper price, I am posting a 5-star for the Sunter as a best-buy.
NOW onto reviewing how well it works.
I live in Louisiana. Not only is the temperature around what the fiery pits of Hell must be like. But there is also humidity to add even more fun to it. I come home to a house that is roughly around 84 degrees F at 5:30 in the evening so I needed a little help with cooling off. Within 5 minutes of turning this thing on it was like an angel had come down from heaven and began to personally blow cool air on my face. I was genuinely close to tears. If this thing only lasts a month it will have been worth the money. Also people keep mentioning the light being bright at night. It's a little bitty green light the size of a pen top, not a laser beam.