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Stay cooler during the hotter months with the #A20301 Lasko 20" Air Circulator Wind Machine. It helps you enjoy a cooling breeze in every room. The Lasko Wind Machine is suitable for situations where you just need to freshen up your space. This high performance unit offers a pivoting head to set it to the angle you desire. Place the Lasko three-speed fan directly in front of an air conditioning vent to circulate the air conditioning faster and boost your chill factor. It has an easy-grip handle, which makes it simple to transport around your home, business or job site. The plastic construction makes it fairly lightweight and immune to rust to use it in humid conditions. It's made with patented Blue Plug safety fuse technology, making it a safe and an energy-efficient option. The rugged design of the Lasko Wind Machine gives it long life and is available in your choice of assorted colors.
Best fan ever!
I love this fan! It has been through several moves and abuse by me. I use it every night. .well except for tonight because after 15 years it has just spun it's last breath. I intend to buy the exact same fan.WisGal
I love the loud fan
I'm ordering another one next month.I have to have a fan on every night.I had 1 for 6 years and the motor finally gave out. And NEVER GET RID OF THE LOUDNESS OF THE FAN.I have no use for quiet fan's.I back this up as far as the lasko 3 speed floor fan is concernedPamDarby
Good value for the money
This is the third one we've had. They last about 3 years of virtually continual 24/365 use. We live in South Central Florida. It is my estimate that it would last much longer elsewhere. But even at 3 years, it's a savings considering I can raise my thermostat which really saves money. So at about $10 a year, I spend on the actual fan, it saves me a couple of hundred in energy costs. It can tilt toward the ceiling in winter and at low it circulates the warmer air down to you. It's fully assembled and ready to plug in right out of the box, really sturdy and easy to operate. The one drawback is that it's a little tough to completely clean unless you take it apart which I don't recommend. You can do a pretty good job on the outside with a vacuum with a brush attachment and I blow the blades off with my air compressor. That's about the only thing to complain about that I've found in the last few years and that isn't much...like I said, this is my third one.CarflShppr