Honeywell TurboForce Power Fan (Quiet Operation Cooling, 90° Variable Tilt, 3 Speed Settings, Wall Mount Feature, Table Fan) HT900E
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Looking to style up your desk with a fashionable and functional gadget? May we present the Stadler Form Q desk fan designed by Swiss sculptor, Carlo Borer. Let’s cut to the chase here, this is a serious design statement. It is shaped like the letter after which it takes its name and is finished in stainless steel and aluminium. There’s no oscillating feature but place it in front of you and it will cool you down a treat and it’s very simple to use. All of the more expensive fans we've reviewed in our guide to the best fans also offer oscillating powers that work much better to cool an entire room rather than just the spot they're directed at. But, they are just that; more expensive.
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It might not have many frills or a stylish design, but it’s very efficient at cooling your room down, which is essentially what you want from a desk fan. It’s only 18cm in width so it sits neatly on your desk or table and it’s easy to operate with two speed settings. The adjustable tilt feature means you can position the incoming breeze to best suit your needs.Unfortunately, there is also one more downside to this bargain buy... and that's that the Honeywell Turbo Force Power Fan is noisy. Size: 30 x 17.8 x 21cm | Weight: 1.8kg | Oscillation angle: Not specified | Cord length: 1.7m | Warranty: One year | Noise level: Not specified | Power: 22 watts Our verdict
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The 3 speed Honeywell HT-900 TurboForce Air Circulator provides a quiet and efficient means of cooling a surrounding area. The HT-900 is 25% quieter than its competitors and represents a superior selection for those seeking a relatively noiseless experience when it comes to emitting large amounts of cool air. An adjustable fan head is fully capable of pivoting and reaching a 90° angle that can be used for direct cooling or circulating the air. Maximum air distribution is achieved via the inclusion of an Aerodynamic Turbo Design. This fan's small size and efficient output opens a wealth of installation options in the home, office or dorm setting. The availability of three selectable speeds carries the added bonus of potentially reducing energy expenses. The TurboForce Air Circulator Fan can be used for personal or powerful directional cooling. On the Honeywell Turbo Force Power Fan, this is a manual operation, with five positions you can choose from to direct the fan's airflow from pointing straight ahead and then upwards through 90 degrees until the fan's face is pointed at the ceiling. You do this by simply holding onto the fan body and pivoting it up or down whilst the legs remain on the floor or desk surface.On first use, the most obvious difference between this budget fan and its more expensive counterparts is that you get a lot less functionality. Key specs – Dimensions: 380 x 280 x 280mm; Weight: 2.5kg; Oscillation angle: 80˚ vertical/90 ˚ horizontal; Cord length: 2m; Warranty: 2 years; Power: 14W We also love the remote – it's a doddle to control, and means you won't have to get up to turn it off if you're using it from bed before you go to sleep. On the other hand, it's one of the heaviest fans on our list, so it's not the best for portability, but the 2m power cord is a decent length for flexibility.